Previously: Kotoribako. Type: CC (Corporeally Challenged). Period/location of origin: Unknown, São Paulo, Brazil. Reports of subject proliferated around São Paulo during the 1970s — Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia Of The Impossible: Loira do Banheiro, Or The Blonde Of The Bathroom
Previously: The Black God Ritual. Note: Please don’t copy/paste or republish the text of this post on other websites without permission. There is virtually no information about the mirror Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: Black Helen
Previously: Alice Park, South Korea. It doesn’t have an official address, so you might have a hard time finding it — and even if you did locate it, it’s on private property, so getting up close Continue Reading > about Abandoned: The Forgotten Fairy Village Of Waterbury, Connecticut (Photos/Video)
Previously: The Locked Ritual. Note: Please don’t copy/paste or republish the text of this post on other websites without permission. As far as I can tell, this ritual for summoning a Continue Reading > about The Most Dangerous Games: How To See Your Occult Twin
Previously: On The Momo Challenge. Some people know it as Elevator To Another World. For others, it’s the Elevator To Hell. Some simply call it the Elevator Ritual or the Elevator Game. But no Continue Reading > about On The Elevator Game: The History Of A Modern Urban Legend And Its Real-Life Connections & Consequences
Previously: The Forest Grove Sound. The story goes something like this: In June of 1947, the Dutch vessel S.S. Ourang Medan was reportedly navigating the Marshall Islands in the Micronesian Continue Reading > about Unresolved: What Happened To The Ourang Medan — And Did It Exist At All?
Previously: The Grifter. Type: PV (Phantom Vehicle). Period/location of origin: 1965, Stockholm, Sweden. Appearance: Subject appears to be a silver-colored, eight-car, C5 model train running Continue Reading > about Encyclopaedia Of The Impossible: Silverpilen, Or The Silver Arrow
Previously: “Jvk1166z.esp.” Originally published to the Creepypasta Wikia in September of 2014 by user Indefinitesilence, “Hanging Man Hill” is what I might call a middle-aged creepypasta — it Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “Hanging Man Hill”