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  • Hi folks,

    I’ve been looking for this creepypasta for months. Here’s what I remember.

    This specific pasta tells the story of a guy (he could be a university student) getting a photo of a man who committed suicide in his hotel room. The photo’s been sent to him by a friend. This guy decides to go investigate the mystery. IIRC, the young man gets to this hotel located in a Central/South American country (can’t remember which one). He talks to a receptionist or a maid and ends up in a wood/forest. I can’t remember anything about the conclusion of this pasta.

    I tried looking for the story multiple times. Keywords didn’t yield up anything and it is not among my saved ones.

    Any ideas?

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    • Anyone?

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    • With such a basic premise its kind of hard to pin it down. There's quite a few "suicide hotel" based stories in circulation. 

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    • I remember this pasta. I believe this is what you're looking for.

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    • Thanks to both!

      I know William See. My searches didn’t yield anything, I guess that the search button doesn’t work that well.

      Cornconic, thanks, that is the creepypasta I’ve been looking for! Must have been deleted sometime. I tried putting the title in the search bar to no avail.

      I hope you don’t mind if I ask for some more creepypastas I can’t find. Here are some basic descriptions.

      1) This pasta tells the story of a man who stands in the middle of the road. He doesn’t do anything; rain or shine, he just stands there. Some people keep harassing him, others try to help him. If I recall correctly, this story is told by someone who finds this man standing just outside of his/her house. I guess it was in the Reddit section, but I can’t find it there.

      2) Story involving a guy who is a gamer, there is a reference to Veneta, Oregon. This guy ends up meeting a mysterious/suspicious man who owns lots of rare videogames. The story may end with this guy who finds a secluded place and then flees because he meets what he assumes to be some strange white doll/kid with black button-shaped eyes.

      3) I read this pasta some years ago. The protagonist is a kid who has a friend in the woods, some sort of creature. During one of his trips to those woods, the creature kills his mother and father/stepfather by snapping their heads.

      4) I can’t remember much of this pasta. A kid in his/her room. Room disappears, kid sees Hell. At some point this kid sees a street, maybe he finds himself on a roof.

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    • Yeah, I'm pretty sure that pasta I linked was on the wiki at some point, I'm not sure why it got deleted though. Probably author permission issues or something of the like.

      As for the other pastas you've mentioned:

      1) Pretty sure it's this one.

      2) Didn't get a chance to read much of this one, but it mentions Veneta, Oregon so it could be the right one.

      I couldn't find anything for 3 or 4, sorry. The descriptions are too vague. My advice for you now would be to start bookmarking any favourite pastas you read in the future. Have a good one.

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    • @AShadyShadow: Yeah, the search bar is only very good for certain keywords and titles. 

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    • Thanks, Cornconic, but the first one doesn’t seem my pasta. The story I’m looking for takes place in daylight and night too. I seem to recall that the story takes place in different seasons too, including autumn and winter. This man interacts with the people living on the street (he talks but does not move) and the protagonist always tries to help this man (e.g. he/she gives him clothes). At one point some construction workers try to forcibly remove the standing man. It has to be in the Reddit section but it could be in the Weird section too.

      I clicked on the second link but it shows the same story as the first one (“There was someone standing in my yard last night, and I don’t know what to do about it”). In that story there’s no reference to Veneta at all.

      I’ll take your advice, I’ll bookmark my favourite pastas. May I kindly ask you to tell me how can I bookmark them?

      P.S. I may have another pasta or two I’m looking for, I hope you don’t mind if I ask for those too.

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    • Sorry, I must've put the same link twice by accident. As for the first story, I couldn't find anything on that either.

      If you have a laptop running on a Windows OS you should be able to add certain pages to a 'favourites' tab, represented by a little star in the top right of the screen.

      And sure, go ahead with asking what those next two pastas are.

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    • I finally managed to find the story I was looking for: Stuck . I googled something like “man standing bird reddit” and there you go. I’m 100% sure this story was posted here as well, must have been deleted sometime after.

      I liked the other story too, thanks for posting it! I see that the second link still redirects me to the same story though. Would you please update it with the story referencing Veneta?

      I thought there was a way to save your favourite pastas and keep them on your personal account/page. That’s why I asked.

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    • Here's the link to the second story.

      As for saving your favourite pastas, you can always edit your user page and keep them there. To link to a pasta published on this site, use two brackets on either side of the name of the pasta. Make sure that it's spelt and capitalised properly, or it will appear as a red link instead of a yellow one. I have a section on my user page for my favourite pastas if you want an example of how to set it out, or if you want some suggestions for more pastas to read.

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    • Yep, thanks, that’s the other story I was looking for! I’m sure it was on the wiki and then it must have been deleted just like the other one.

      Here are the other two pastas I’m looking for.

      The first one is about a guy who has to visit someone. This person, maybe a friend, lives quite far away. The guy gets to the airport and he sees some weird stuff (one thing I remember vividly, he sees all these people with blank stares on his plane). I can’t remember why, but he finds himself in his car and he goes crashing against a tree or he just crashes his car. At the end of the story there’s a line/sentence, something like: “You killed my son” or “That’s what you get for killing my son”.

      The second story deals with a guy and his friend. The friend goes nuts, gets into some cult and starts wearing a black mask (there’s even a pic of him with the mask on). He goes on to kidnap the other guy’s girlfriend. There’s a reference to a very huge worm (the beast worshipped by the cult) and to a strange building where the girl is held captive (maybe an octagonal building). All the cultists get killed when the worms manifests himself.

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    • I tried the search button to no avail. I guess these stories must have been deleted just like The Coraline Easter Egg. Hopefully some of you guys can track down these two stories.

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    • Yeah, I couldn't find anything, I'm afraid. There are a lot of pastas about planes and cults. Sorry I didn't get back to you for so long.

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    • No problem at all, thank you for being so helpful! Now that I think of, I have two other pastas I’m looking for, that if you don’t mind of course!

      I’m sure the first one was deleted some time but was on the wiki. Four friends, two males and two females, meet at the house of one of them and, while they’re chatting, a hole appears out of the bleu in the middle of the living room and starts sucking everything in the room. All of them but one (one of the two males) want to leave the house.

      The second story describes different symptoms of a man (fever and cough being the ones I remember well) and how he changes while time passes. At some point he sees a doctor too. I’m sure this story is still on the wiki but I can’t find it in my marked ones (I’m sure I did it because it’s one that I liked).

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    • AShadyShadow wrote: No problem at all, thank you for being so helpful! Now that I think of, I have two other pastas I’m looking for, that if you don’t mind of course!

      I’m sure the first one was deleted some time but was on the wiki. Four friends, two males and two females, meet at the house of one of them and, while they’re chatting, a hole appears out of the bleu in the middle of the living room and starts sucking everything in the room. All of them but one (one of the two males) want to leave the house.

      The second story describes different symptoms of a man (fever and cough being the ones I remember well) and how he changes while time passes. At some point he sees a doctor too. I’m sure this story is still on the wiki but I can’t find it in my marked ones (I’m sure I did it because it’s one that I liked).

      The first one was written by JonathanNash and was called The Nothingness in the Center of the Room. Iirc, he requested its removal. If you want to read it, I'd suggest contacting him.

      As for the second one, I'm not sure. Some more details might jog my memory like the ending or other details.

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    • Yep, there it is, that’s pretty much the title of the first pasta! I’ll try and contact the OP.

      There's another cool pasta, A Repository of Human Thought. That one too has been removed. Do you remember who wrote that one?

      IIRC, the second story was written in second person point of view: “You go”, “You take” and so on. There may be a part of the body that explodes, maybe the head (it’s not the Exploding Head Syndrome pasta though).

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    • Sorry if I'm bothering you, I'm trying to contact JonathanNash, but I can't find PM button. How can I contact him?

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    • AShadyShadow wrote: Sorry if I'm bothering you, I'm trying to contact JonathanNash, but I can't find PM button. How can I contact him?

      No worries, you can contact him by visiting his talk page and leaving a comment. You'd click "Leave message" and write something. Just make sure to sign your post at the end with four tildes (~) so he can easily identify and respond.

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    • Thank you very much, I’ve just left a message. I’ll let you know how it goes.

      Any idea what story I’m looking for? I mean the second one describing the symptoms of a man.

      As for the other story, A Repository of Human Thought, I can confirm that it has been removed. What a shame, I liked that one too.

      I’ve managed to find many old pastas by simply clicking Search and searching some key words. I guess that the very few ones I couldn’t find (including four ones I described in this discussion) where deleted by their OPs.

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    • Here’s the pasta I was looking for, the one describing some symptoms: The Cold.

      Now I only miss two pastas and hopefully you’ll be able to find both!

      The first one tells the story of a computer technician who is called up by a firm and tries to remove a super powerful virus and fails to do so. The virus gets in his USB device and, once at home, the same virus becomes human and haunts the guy.

      The second pasta is a series of quite long stories detailing the life of a former army guy who’s back to his everyday life. IIRC he works as a janitor in a school and has a friend who’s trying to help him keep going. In the first pasta of the series this guy is at the school checking the premises and jogging a bit. He discovers a monster in the hallways. In another story he confronts two drunken kids who try to smuggle him at night and he apparently kills both and later has a talk with his friend about the whole ordeal.

      I think it's a fairly recent pasta because I remember reading it just one year ago.

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