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
Hello, friends! It's a holiday where I am, so I'm taking the day off; we'll be back on Wednesday with a new Most Dangerous Game. Speaking of Most Dangerous Games, here's something to keep you Continue Reading > about A Day Off And A Short Film
Previously: "Doors." (CW: Child abduction, murder.) Part Chuck E. Cheese and part "Candle Cove," the creepypasta "The Bubble Brothers' Happy-Happy Funhouse" taps into the hellishness of Continue Reading > about Creepypasta Of The Week: “The Bubble Brothers’ Happy-Happy Funhouse”
Previously: Mike The Headless Chicken. If you search for “Ong’s Hat” on Wikipedia, you’ll find not one, but two different articles. That’s because when we talk about Ong’s Hat, we talk about two Continue Reading > about Creepy Wikipedia: Ong’s Hat, New Jersey vs. Ong’s Hat And The Incunabula Papers
Previously: The Nickelodeon Clock Man Mystery." As was the case for many middle-class kids growing up in the ‘80s and ‘90s, it was Big News in my childhood home when we got our first camcorder. I Continue Reading > about The Weird Part Of You Tube: “Teaching Jake About The Camcorder, Jan. ’97,” Grief, And The Obsessive Trap Of Memory