Previously: "I Went To The Address On My Fake ID." Have you ever wondered what the monster under your bed might say if you took a moment to listen to them? Creepypasta Wikia writer SpiritVoices, Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “Dear Theodore”
Friends! Romans! Spookypeople! It's Sept. 3, and hey, guess what? That also means it's Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark's birthday! Happy book birthday, Dangerous Games! Specifically, it's my Continue Reading > about Happy 2nd Birthday, ‘Dangerous Games To Play In The Dark!’
Previously: “Letter To The Editor, June 2004.” The thing I like the most about the story "I Went To The Address On My Fake ID" is that it's such a classic kind of creepypasta — despite the fact Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “I Went To The Address On My Fake ID”
Previously: "Teaching Jake About The Camcorder, Jan. '97." CW: Alcoholism and addiction, drunk driving, lots and lots of murder and death and dismemberment. Also, there are flashing lights in most Continue Reading > about The Weird Part Of YouTube: Decoding ‘The Walten Files’ And The Mystery Of Bon’s Burger
Previously: The Missing Girl In The Odessa Catacombs. The house located at 1114 Fountain Drive in Atlanta, Georgia is small and cozy. Built in 1945, it’s made of brick and has three bedrooms. Continue Reading > about Unresolved: What Caused The Atlanta Blood House’s Mysterious Mess?
Previously: “The Bubble Brothers’ Happy-Happy Funhouse.” (CW: Missing children.) There's something about a good epistolary story, isn't there? Something about the form of a letter that's so Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “Letter To The Editor, June 2004”
Previously: Ong’s Hat. (CW: Homicide, suicide.) When Captain Julian A. Harvey was found drifting in a small dinghy on the open sea on Nov. 13, 1961, no one had any reason to doubt the story he Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: The Final Voyage Of The Bluebelle
Previously: What Happened To Crow 64? There’s a place outside of reality which, if you’re not careful, you can sort of… slip into — or “noclip,” as the terminology goes. This place is called the Continue Reading > about The Backrooms, Explained: How To Make Sense Of The Internet’s Favorite Non-Reality