This is the scariest story I've read
One night, the most scariest night of them all, I went out for a walk. Something bit me. I screamed. There was something out there, but only I know because that very night I turned into a vampire[/quote]
[QUOTE=ForestRaptor;23051077]Could somebody post Russian sleepping experiments?[/QUOTE]
I was just about to ask that. I'm going to try to dig it up
Oh my god my computer just started making strange noises.
[QUOTE=SpasticPinoy;23050889]Page stretch incoming. A good read in my opinion. Found it in one of the recent LMAO pics threads
That was an amazing read, it's so true!
[QUOTE=yuki;23045994]Fallout thing was pretty neat, but not creepy.
These are really good stories from another creepy thread, are there any more sites like them? The dionaea house was really good, and I'm disappointed the lady didn't put up another post :([/QUOTE]
You just stole like six hours of my life, lol.
[QUOTE=Xenetic;23051398]That was an amazing read, it's so true![/QUOTE]
I'm glad you liked it but you didn't have to quote the image.
[QUOTE=Dr. Fishtastic;23045923]It's just some dumb creepypasta about a "lost episode" from Season 1 of The Simpsons where Bart dies in an accident[/QUOTE]
Actually, in one episode, Bart thinks it would be fun to jump out of the window of his aunts' apartment into the pool. He lands on the concrete, and is in a coma. He eventually wakes up, though. Just thought I should clear that up. Don't have the time or patience to read the thread to see if this has already been said. I will later.
russian sleeping experiments was good until it had the generic retarded /x/ ending of "WE ARE WHAT LURKS WITHIN YOU BJAIDISUAJDASDA"
Is there any creepy pasta that's actually believable? Anybody can write some shit down, but there's never any proof to all of these crazy theories, and I find that impossible to believe in.
OH MY FUCKING :wtc:
There's loads of videos like these, with like Rihanna, Jay-Z etc, just put Illuminati then a mainstream singer and there is probably an Illuminati video for them.
I don't know wheather to belive it or not though
That one is bullshit though, I mean many things used in normal life are being used to express the video should be satanic. Take for example the white-black tiled floor, who hasn't ever seen these in a bathroom? Then the sign they do at the end, with diving it simply means everything is okay, or good.
But relating to the Beatles' it's another story, the whole song doesn't make any sense, except when you turn it around. I don't know either whether to believe in this or not, but it sure is creepy.
[QUOTE=Mexican;23047261]you believed the part where it predicted the future, but ban happy mods is what gave it away?[/QUOTE]
Hmmm, steamforum moderators were on a quite of an roll with the alleged third-party group password leak a few years back. Anyone who even hinted, posted, or made a thread about the subject were banned for a week, their posts eradicated, and threads locked and deleted.
The story behind the dog picture on the first page, (its called smile.jpg or smile.dog).
[quote]I first met in person with Mary E. in the summer of 2007. I had arranged with her husband of fifteen years, Terence, to see her for an interview. Mary had initially agreed, since I was not a newsman but rather an amateur writer gathering information for a few early college assignments and, if all went according to plan, some pieces of fiction. We scheduled the interview for a particular weekend when I was in Chicago on unrelated business, but at the last moment Mary changed her mind and locked herself in the couple’s bedroom, refusing to meet with me. For half an hour I sat with Terence as we camped outside the bedroom door, I listening and taking notes while he attempted fruitlessly to calm his wife. The things Mary said made little sense but fit with the pattern I was expecting: though I could not see her, I could tell from her voice that she was crying, and more often than not her objections to speaking with me centered around an incoherent diatribe on her dreams -- her nightmares. Terence apologized profusely when we ceased the exercise, and I did my best to take it in stride; recall that I wasn’t a reporter in search of a story, but merely a curious young man in search of information. Besides, I thought at the time, I could perhaps find another, similar case if I put my mind and resources to it.
Mary E. was the sysop for a small Chicago-based Bulletin Board System in 1992 when she first encountered smile.jpg and her life changed forever. She and Terence had been married for only five months. Mary was one of an estimated 400 people who saw the image when it was posted as a hyperlink on the BBS, though she is the only one who has spoken openly about the experience. The rest have remained anonymous, or are perhaps dead. In 2005, when I was only in tenth grade, smile.jpg was first brought to my attention by my burgeoning interest in web-based phenomena; Mary was the most often cited victim of what is sometimes referred to as “Smile.dog,” the being smile.jpg is reputed to display. What caught my interest (other than the obvious macabre elements of the cyber-legend and my proclivity toward such things) was the sheer lack of information, usually to the point that people don’t believe it even exists other than as a rumor or hoax.
It is unique because, though the entire phenomenon centers on a picture file, that file is nowhere to be found on the internet; certainly many photomanipulated simulacra litter the web, showing up with the most frequency on sites such as the imageboard 4chan, particularly the /x/-focused paranormal subboard. It is suspected these are fakes because they do not have the effect the true smile.jpg is believed to have, namely sudden onset temporal lobe epilepsy and acute anxiety. This purported reaction in the viewer is one of the reasons the phantom-like smile.jpg is regarded with such disdain, since it is patently absurd, though depending on whom you ask the reluctance to acknowledge smile.jpg’s existence might be just as much out of fear as it is out of disbelief.
Neither smile.jpg nor Smile.dog is mentioned anywhere on Wikipedia, though the website features articles on such other, perhaps more scandalous shocksites as ****** (hello.jpg) or 2girls1cup; any attempt to create a page pertaining to smile.jpg is summarily deleted by any of the encyclopedia’s many admins.
Encounters with smile.jpg are the stuff of internet legend. Mary E.’s story is not unique; there are unverified rumors of smile.jpg showing up in the early days of Usenet and even one persistent tale that in 2002 a hacker flooded the forums of humor and satire website Something Awful with a deluge of Smile.dog pictures, rendering almost half the forum’s users at the time epileptic. It is also said that in the mid-to-late 90s that smile.jpg circulated on usenet and as an attachment of a chain email with the subject line “SMILE!! GOD LOVES YOU!” Yet despite the huge exposure these stunts would generate, there are very few people who admit to having experienced any of them and no trace of the file or any link has ever been discovered.
Those who claim to have seen smile.jpg often weakly joke that they were far too busy to save a copy of the picture to their hard drive. However, all alleged victims offer the same description of the photo: A dog-like creature (usually described as appearing similar to a Siberian husky), illuminated by the flash of the camera, sits in a dim room, the only background detail that is visible being a human hand extending from the darkness near the left side of the frame. The hand is empty, but is usually described as “beckoning.” Of course, most attention is given to the dog (or dog-creature, as some victims are more certain than others about what they claim to have seen). The muzzle of the beast is reputedly split in a wide grin, revealing two rows of very white, very straight, very sharp, very human-looking teeth.[/quote]
there is loads of others in the related videos too. I used to always watch that program. Some of them are really creepy.
Also watch this one lol
More videogame Creepypasta please.
More content please.
I found it accidentally, while browsing /x/. Weird-ass shit.
I found it accidentally, while browsing /x/. Weird-ass shit.[/QUOTE]
Wow, some psycho must've been wrote all those things, and the photos ... :ohdear:
Two words for everyone.
That video man jesus christ that just wasn't natural.
[QUOTE=shatteredwindow;23049301][media] [URL]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lund56xAG4g[/URL] [/media]
thats creepy[/QUOTE]I was waiting for a prick like you to post a screamer :frog:
[QUOTE=bravehat;23057750]Two words for everyone.
That video man jesus christ that just wasn't natural.[/QUOTE]
err... don't you mean the grifter? That's not real, btw, so stop trying to fool us.
[QUOTE=Reborn9;23057924]err... don't you mean the grifter? [U]That's not real[/U], btw, so stop trying to fool us.[/QUOTE]
Most folk think that because most folk see the first 5 seconds and close it pretty much weeping.
What's "The Grifter"?
[QUOTE=blast;23058147]What's "The Grifter"?[/QUOTE]
Don't look for it, don't watch it.
Just don't, trust me I'm a /b/tard and it brought me to tears.
I too would like to know what the "Grifter" is.
How the hell is "The Grifter" creepy at all? I just watched it and it looks like a bad scary movie trailer.
I heard "the Grifter" is a maniac who rapes babies and stuff.
Well one true creepypasta is Max Headroom, the guy who hacked into the tv signals back in the ol' days
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