Welcome to the Creepypasta Wiki! Proudly hosting 12,377 of your worst nightmares since 2010.
Please be sure to thoroughly read the wiki rules and our quality standards before you begin posting stories. Also, the Writers' Workshop is an excellent place to get feedback and advice on your story before posting it to the main site.
And these aren’t cute little human dragonflies with flower petals for clothes and sweet smiles. I don’t know about you guys, but when I think of fairies, I’m picturing something like Tinkerbell (yeah, I know, she’s technically a pixie, sue me).
That is not the shit my roommate is fucking with.
I noticed she was weird when I moved in. She was advertising for a roommate on Craigslist and she said she’d need someone who was… open-minded. Who was alright with strange people coming and going at all hours. Who wouldn’t ask questions about things that didn’t involve them. 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.
This wiki is always looking for new stories, however there are some things to keep in mind when contributing. Be sure to read the Rules and our Quality Standards before posting a story. Also, keep in mind that there are some Blacklisted Subjects for stories.
For new wiki writers, we recommend checking out the Writers' Workshop board. There, you can get feedback on story drafts.
Not ready to submit stories? That's fine, you can still contribute to the wiki in several other ways. You can help writers on the wiki by leaving feedback on Workshop drafts or on published stories. You can also review new stories for grammatical and spelling errors.
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