Previously: Creepy Phone Numbers That Actually Work. I haven’t had cable for more than five years now. I don’t really miss it; I was never much of a channel-surfer, and thanks to the internet, I Continue Reading > about An Ode To The Travel Channel’s October Programming (Halloween 2018)
Previously: The Dice Game. I’m actually not at all sure where the Ritual of Static comes from. I’ve mostly seen it on Brazilian sites written in Portuguese, where it’s called O Ritual da Estática; in Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: The Ritual Of Static
Previously: Frequently Asked Questions Vol. IX. And just like that, we're looking at the tenth — tenth! — edition of the Most Dangerous Games’ FAQ. We’ve covered a lot of ground in the three years Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: Frequently Asked Questions, Vol. X
Previously: Tsuji-ura, Or The Fortune Game. I was unable to find any versions of Ritual da Televisão, or the Television Ritual, in written English; as the title might suggest, the versions of it Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: Ritual da Televisao, Or The Television Ritual
Previously: Tomino's Hell. (By request.) I’m honestly not sure where Channel Infinity comes from; it was first posted to the Creepypasta Wikia on March 2, 2014 by user Jett Cyber, but beyond that, I Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: Channel Infinity
Previously: "Mereana Mordegard Gelsgorv." What if all those "lost" episodes of familiar television shows that pop up so frequently in creepypasta tales weren't just... "found?" What if they all Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: "Lost Episodes"
Previously: "The Zapata Letters." It's been a while since we've looked at a weird childhood memories/strange children's television show pasta, so let's dive back down that rabbit hole and see where Continue Reading > about Creepypasta of the Week: "Where Bad Kids Go"