Previously: The Chained Oak Of Alton Towers. (CW: Homicide, suicide.) Type: EV (Electronic Virus). Period/location of origin: Late 1990s; Japan; the internet. Appearance: Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia Of The Impossible: The Red Room Curse
Previously: The Smiling Man. Type: UCD (Unusual Communication Device) Period/location of origin: Late 1800s - 1930s, United States of America. Precise timeline and locations remain Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia Of The Impossible: Thomas Edison’s Spirit Telephone
Previously: The Playing Card Game. The Telephone Game is less about calling a spirit to talk to them, and more about… well, it’s kind of like prank calling a spirit: If your efforts are successful Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: The Telephone Game
Previously: Who Killed Sister Cathy? In April of 2010, a woman named Karin Catherine Waldegrave joined Facebook. This in and of itself is obviously not unusual; people join Facebook all the time. Continue Reading > about Unresolved: Karin Catherine Waldegrave’s Perplexing Facebook Presence
Previously: “The Puppetmaster’s Regime.” “I’m in that weird part of YouTube” has been a meme since roughly 2011; the phrase is usually trotted out in response to particularly odd or irreverent Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: “The Weird Part Of YouTube”
I'm rather fond of video games. I don't always have a ton of time to play them these days (hi there, adulthood), but I do love it when I get the chance to sit down with a good one for a few hours. Continue Reading > about The Best Horror Video Games I’ve Played Recently, March 2016 — And Why They’re Worth Your Time
Previously: "String Theory." I actually don’t know much about the origins of “Pale Luna”; it was first uploaded to the Creepypasta Wikia on August 6, 2011, but I’m not sure whether the person who Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: “Pale Luna”
Previously: "Satellite Images." Like "Annie96 Is Typing...", "Are You Still There?" takes place primarily in the format of an online chat. Unlike "Annie96," however, "Are You Still There?" hearkens Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: "Are You Still There? (Chatroom)"