Previously: “Lost Episodes Can Be Found Again.” Uploaded by Creepypasta Wikia user NickyXX in May of 2015, the creepypasta “Three Friends Diner” has a lot to recommend it. It’s well-written, with a Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “Three Friends Diner”
Previously: The Toynbee Tiles. Just off the western coast of Scotland lies a chain of islands known as the Outer Hebrides. Just off the western coast of the Outer Hebrides lies another chain of Continue Reading > about Unresolved: What Happened To The Lighthouse Keepers Of Eilean Mor?
Previously: Red Numbers. Is there something you’ve been wishing for? Something you want more than anything else — and are willing to give anything in order to get it? If you’re in Thailand, try Continue Reading > about The Price Of A Wish: Investigating 999-9999, Thailand’s Phone Number Of Death
Previously: The Domino Sugar Factory, Brooklyn, New York. Mount Maya in Kobe, Japan is notable for a few reasons. First, it’s one of the major peaks of Hyogo Prefecture’s Rokko mountain range. Continue Reading > about Abandoned: The Maya Kanko Hotel, Kobe, Japan’s Most Iconic Haikyo (Photos/Video)
Previously: The Hex Murder House, Pennsylvania. (CW: Unethical human experimentation.) In Tokyo’s Shinjuku ward, there’s a park just north of the Shin-Okubo JR station. Called Toyama Park, it’s Continue Reading > about Haunted Globetrotting: Toyama Park, Hakone Yama, And The Ghosts Of Unit 731, Tokyo, Japan
Previously: "A Game Of Tag." Written by prolific Creepypasta Wikia author HopelessNightOwl, “Lost Episodes Can Be Found Again” is quite a recent creation; it was uploaded to the wiki on Apr. 24, Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “Lost Episodes Can Be Found Again”
Previously: Unconventional Indie Horror Games. I say often that while I can usually take or leave old things, I have a deep and abiding love of new things that are made out of old things. Continue Reading > about Old Things Made New: Horror Riffs & Re-imaginings To Read, Watch, And Play
Previously: The Burning of Bridget Cleary. (CW: Child abuse, abduction.) In the 1980s and ‘90s in both the United Kingdom and the United States, a terrifying rumor was passed around in parenting Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: Phantom Social Workers