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I try to live my life without too many regrets. I’ve had highs and lows like everyone else, sure, but I do what I can not to worry too much about what could have happened if I’d made a different choice, if I maybe hadn’t “taken the road less traveled”. I figure everyone makes the best decisions they can with the information they have available to them at the time. Going through all the “what-ifs” is ridiculous, because the only way you would have made a different choice is if you’d had some other detail, which of course you didn’t. Hindsight is perfect, and even then, you can never be sure exactly what the sequence of events might have looked like if you’d gone right instead of left. And yet, there is one choice I made, one road I took, that I just can’t help but wonder how things might have turned out if I’d only done something different. (Read more...)
The Halloween category is for stories about that spookiest time of year and includes 80 stories. There are many aspects of Halloween that these stories cover, including costumes, trick-or-treating, haunted houses, and Halloween rituals. The Halloween subgenre can be considered a type of meta-horror, which is horror fiction centered on horror media and popular culture.
As with many creepypasta subgenres, nostalgia is a common theme. These stories often take the kid-friendly trappings of Halloween and twist them into something darker.