Previously: "The Special Christmas Ornaments Of Mr. Everett." Published at Creepypasta.org in 2014 by David King writing under the name CrackedMack, “Grad Night At The Haunted Mansion” is, I feel, Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “Grad Night At The Haunted Mansion”
Previously: Classics, Vol. 1. You probably already know "Suicidemouse.avi"; it's an early creepypasta, and known for being the one that introduced the immensely popular "Lost Episode" subgenre of Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: "Suicidemouse.avi"
Previously: "The Woman in the Oven." The history behind “The River Country Film” is all true: Walt Disney World’s original water park, River Country opened on June 20, 1976, predating later Disney Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: “The River Country Film”
Previously: Williams Grove Amusement Park. In the Changping District of China, some 20 miles outside of Beijing, the ruins of an abandoned castle once rose out of the desolate landscape. The castle Continue Reading > about Abandoned: Wonderland Amusement Park, The “Fake Disneyland” of Beijing, China (Photos)
Previously: “Come Follow Me.” Remember our buddy Slimebeast? Creator of the much-lauded “Abandoned by Disney” story? Well, he’s got plenty more where that came from, including this one. A prequel Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: “A Few Suggestions”
Welcome to Creepypasta of the Week! As you may have guessed, this is going to be a regular feature here on The Ghost in My Machine; but first things first: What the heck IS creepypasta? Most of you Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: "Abandoned by Disney"