Previously: "Knocking." Written by Charlotte Bywater under the Reddit username u/v0ids, the r/NoSleep story "I've Found A Hidden Door In My Cellar, And I Think I've Made A Big Mistake" is often Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “I Found A Hidden Door In My Cellar, And I Think I’ve Made A Big Mistake”
Previously: “Username:666.” In 2015, a Redditor going by the name u/searchandrescuewoods began posting stories to r/NoSleep about some of the strange things he had experienced working as a Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: The NoSleep “Search And Rescue” Series
Previously: Roko’s Basilisk. Type: PE (Preternatural Entity). Period/location of origin: 2007 (approximate), Seattle, Washington, United States. Appearance: Subject, known as the Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia Of The Impossible: The Smiling Man
Previously: The Hooded Man Ritual. Although the ritual game referred to as the Doors of Your Mind has been reposted in a number of places, I’m pretty sure it first appeared on the Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: The Doors of Your Mind
Previously: The Dark Reflection Ritual. The Hooded Man Ritual appeared on the NoSleep subreddit in November of 2014. According to its submitter, nickybutler123, it has surfaced on other sites Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: The Hooded Man Ritual
Previously: The Hosting Game. There are a lot of reasons why you shouldn’t play The Candles Game; the least spooky one is “good gravy, fire hazard, much?” The others, though… well, let’s just say Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: The Candles Game
Previously: "Kagome Kagome." I debated filing "The Strangest Security Tape I've Ever Seen" under “Creepypasta of the Week,” as technically I’m not sure that it actually qualifies as creepypasta. It Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: “The Strangest Security Tape I’ve Ever Seen”
Let's get this party started with the story that started it all, shall we? This post originally appeared on The Toast. It starts with a phone call. You won’t call them. They’ll call you. When Continue Reading > about Scare Yourself Silly: DON’T CALL THIS NUMBER. SERIOUSLY, I MEAN IT.