• The Generally Just Fucking Creepy Stuff Thread V3 - "Let The Brick Shitting Begin" Edition
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[QUOTE=SirVerbose;34842160]This was a hacking on some channel (presumably British), back in '87. [video=youtube;tWdgAMYjYSs]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWdgAMYjYSs[/video] I still have trouble watching the whole thing. Gets NSFW at about 1:43[/QUOTE] where the fuck did you get British? did you ever do any research on this?!?! it is in Chicago. also, very related [url]http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/eeb6e/i_believe_i_know_who_was_behind_the_max_headroom[/url]
[QUOTE=q0q;34845887]where the fuck did you get British? did you ever do any research on this?!?! it is in Chicago. also, very related [url]http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/eeb6e/i_believe_i_know_who_was_behind_the_max_headroom[/url][/QUOTE] Apologies. The person who sent me this told me it was british.
I remember in elementary school, noone knew what creepy pasta was or that it existed. Instead we all would buy those "Weird USA" or "Weird (STATE HERE)" books. It was so cool reading about all these creepy places and monsters. It was back in the day when there was no random weird stories, no Slenderman, no Rake, just cryptids and urban legends. I remember reading about the Jersey Devil and El Chupacabra and being completely enthralled. Then I read the Mothman story, first he was my favorite cryptid (still is), but then I found out he lives in the state next to mine and I about shit my pants in fear because I thought he was going to get me. Then I got the "Weird Virginia" book and it scared the living shit out of me. I was convinced that Mothman, Bunnyman, the Flatwoods Monster, the Black Panther, and whatever other scary shit that lives near me is out to fucking kill this 10 year old boy who got a little too curious. Good times... Gooooood times...
[IMG]http://img.medscape.com/pi/emed/ckb/dermatology/1048885-1111503-1475.jpg[/IMG]
[QUOTE=Lufttygger306;34847563][IMG]http://img.medscape.com/pi/emed/ckb/dermatology/1048885-1111503-1475.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE] This picture made me feel hungry, for some reason...
it's horrifying because it's a real condition
Yeah, harlequin babies. And some of them actually survive and grow up. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/bQYGL.jpg[/IMG]
[QUOTE=Chris220;34848002]This picture made me feel hungry, for some reason...[/QUOTE] bacon and cherries [sp]i'm a horrible person[/sp]
[QUOTE=Katatonic717;34847309]I remember in elementary school, noone knew what creepy pasta was or that it existed. Instead we all would buy those "Weird USA" or "Weird (STATE HERE)" books. It was so cool reading about all these creepy places and monsters. It was back in the day when there was no random weird stories, no Slenderman, no Rake, just cryptids and urban legends. I remember reading about the Jersey Devil and El Chupacabra and being completely enthralled. Then I read the Mothman story, first he was my favorite cryptid (still is), but then I found out he lives in the state next to mine and I about shit my pants in fear because I thought he was going to get me. Then I got the "Weird Virginia" book and it scared the living shit out of me. I was convinced that Mothman, Bunnyman, the Flatwoods Monster, the Black Panther, and whatever other scary shit that lives near me is out to fucking kill this 10 year old boy who got a little too curious. Good times... Gooooood times...[/QUOTE] I love those books. I hope they finish the series of all 50 states soon.
I remember reading a book, that I think was by Clive Barker, when I was in upper elementary-school. It had several small stories in it, and one of the was about 2 villages that fought each other by forming 2 giant humanoid beings from the villagers' bodies. The writer went into great detail when describing them. Anyone know what book it could have been? I would like to re-read it, since it's been over 10 years.
[QUOTE=Katatonic717;34847309]I remember in elementary school, noone knew what creepy pasta was or that it existed. Instead we all would buy those "Weird USA" or "Weird (STATE HERE)" books. It was so cool reading about all these creepy places and monsters. It was back in the day when there was no random weird stories, no Slenderman, no Rake, just cryptids and urban legends. I remember reading about the Jersey Devil and El Chupacabra and being completely enthralled. Then I read the Mothman story, first he was my favorite cryptid (still is), but then I found out he lives in the state next to mine and I about shit my pants in fear because I thought he was going to get me. Then I got the "Weird Virginia" book and it scared the living shit out of me. I was convinced that Mothman, Bunnyman, the Flatwoods Monster, the Black Panther, and whatever other scary shit that lives near me is out to fucking kill this 10 year old boy who got a little too curious. Good times... Gooooood times...[/QUOTE] I need to read the others. I have Weird Indiana (My home state). I like how they collect more local legends and avoid the more famous stuff, only giving it a passing mention.
Candle cove is still my favourite of all "creepypasta".
[QUOTE=David Tennant;34849759]Candle cove is still my favourite of all "creepypasta".[/QUOTE] I didn't get it. I feel like I'm missing something. It's just a bunch of puppets dancing around to people screaming. It's unsettling, yeah, but not "scary".
[QUOTE=TheFilmSlacker;34851534]I didn't get it. I feel like I'm missing something. It's just a bunch of puppets dancing around to people screaming. It's unsettling, yeah, but not "scary".[/QUOTE] In my opinion, the story is the creepy bit, not the video.
[QUOTE=BananaFoam;34849141]I need to read the others. I have Weird Indiana (My home state). I like how they collect more local legends and avoid the more famous stuff, only giving it a passing mention.[/QUOTE] I have that book too (being from indiana) me and some friends were going to go exploring some of the locations; it hasn't come about yet but hopefully this summer we make it.
If you would like some ambient music and some reading of creepypastas, I would recommend checking out the youtube channel theLittleFears.
I've been listening to this and it makes things a lot less scary. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rAHrHd2lcw[/media]
[IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZsDlI.jpg[/IMG]
[QUOTE=TheFilmSlacker;34851534]I didn't get it. I feel like I'm missing something. It's just a bunch of puppets dancing around to people screaming. It's unsettling, yeah, but not "scary".[/QUOTE] There was a video? Oh god, do you have the link?
>vibration >dogs bark [h2]INITIATE HYPERVENTILATING.EXE[/h2]
[QUOTE=Mr. Smartass;34857627]There was a video? Oh god, do you have the link?[/QUOTE] Here you go, buddy. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2h5ym6ZlVY[/media]
[QUOTE=TheFilmSlacker;34857805]Here you go, buddy. [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2h5ym6ZlVY[/media][/QUOTE] What an interesting wall of static Anyone have the real one?
[QUOTE=KingKombat;34857481][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZsDlI.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE] :suicide:
Hey, guess what [img]http://i.imgur.com/OzRY1.jpg[/img] This image isn't edited at all.
What am I supposed to be looking at?
[video=youtube;TBsdWW7MOew]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBsdWW7MOew[/video] youneedme
[QUOTE=KingKombat;34857481][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZsDlI.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE] [media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bQwin3Vv0k[/media]
[QUOTE=KingKombat;34857481][IMG]http://i.imgur.com/ZsDlI.jpg[/IMG][/QUOTE] Everyone stay calm. Make no sudden movements. Very slowly, and very carefully, someone go get some Reeses Pieces.
Love creepypasta, except when I'm about to go to bed. Despite that, I still read them. Ugh. What am I doing to myself?
So can anyone explain the NormalPornForNormalPeople.com one? The ending does NOT make sense.
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