After reading through all the stories in Suggested Reading and Historical Archieve, here are some of the ones I liked the most. Some are well known while others are obscure and underrated.
2. Burgrr Entries
3. Candle Cove
4. Mr. Widemouth
5. Pale Luna
7. The Strangers
8. Ted the Caver
10. Candle Cove
11. Devil's Wood
12. The Disappearance of Ashley, Kansas
13. Hitchhiker's Object
14. House of Rules
15. I Found a Digital Camera in the Woods
16. Mother's Call
17. Where Bad Kids Go
18. The Woman in the OvenRead more >
Alright, you know the drill. After reading through the Christmas Category, here are some stories that stood out to me.
2. Christmas Lights by Ossifer
3. If You Hear Sleigh Bells by Ramunetan
4. My Christmas Tale by Icydice
5. The Naughty List by RedNovaTyrant
6. No Gifts This Year by Mr. Zalgopasta
7. Occupied Chimney by Doom Vroom
8. The Advent Calendar by Michael Whitehouse
9. Santa's Other Workshop by Derek HawkeRead more >
I know I'm a few days late for this, but during October I read through all of the Halloween category. Here are some of the stories that stood out to me.
1. Bitter Candy by Kolpik
2. The Fun House by Thecrownclown
3. Halloween Party by Lucy Kay
4. Hoax by NuekerFilms
5. Paulie's Puppy by Mmpratt99Read more >
Don't forget to check out Part 1.
1. Neon by SoDaft Potato
When I was a young kid, I went through a phase where I had a special fascination with neon lights, and even wanted to decorate my room with them at one point. This story incorporates the beauty and intricacy of neon sign work for a fascinating tale.
2. Ball-Pit by Icydice
Similar in some ways to Neon, this story reveals how there may be more to worry about from ball pits at McDonalds than just catching pink-eye.
3. Happy Sun Daycare by Chelsea Adams
This story was posted in 2014 but has the feel of an older classic creepypasta. Had it been written earlier I have a feeling it would be better known as a semi-viral creepypasta. It's investigative narration approach and historical intrigue …Read more >
I have news that is bound to frustrate and confuse many. If you haven't already heard, Fandom is planning to phase out wikis within the next couple years and replace them with "communities."
The information can be found in this Community Central blog post, but I'll summarize the key points here. To start with, Fandom will be replacing what is left of the MediaWiki software framework with its own proprietary engine. This means namespaces, page lists, etc. will be drastically overhauled as the last remnants of MediaWiki are swept away in 2021. Fandom says this is to improve security and facilitate the overhaul of Wikis to Communities.
Under the overhaul, all community and content pages will be combined into one system, and the new emphasis wil…Read more >