Creepoest, Scariest website. You gotta peep this

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  1. #2 Wet Horse Lips, Sep 23, 2009
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    Some of these are fucked up...


    For example...

    The man in the baseball cap walked through the hardware section of Home Depot.

    Something was wrong. He had to fix it when he got home. It was a little stuffy in there; might feel good to let some air in. He thought for awhile. The hacksaw would probably take too long, and it would be a weird angle for the phillips head screwdriver. He had tried the hammer, but couldn’t get it to work, even with the four inch hot-dip galvanized nails he’d bought yesterday.

    It was an old place. Sold construction, over forty years old. The fuck if he knew what it was really made of. His eyes wandered over to the power tool section. That might do the trick. He just wanted to fix it up a bit. The ventilation wasn’t right.

    After some inspection, the man purchased a DeWalt 14.4 volt electric drill, with a 7 piece set of rapid load masonry bits. 3000 rpm, 98.7 foot-pounds of torque, two batteries and a charger. He paid in cash, thanked the casher, and drove home. As the clock hit 1:47, he figured he’d give it a go. He didn’t know if the batteries were fully charged or not, but figured a few minutes of juice would be enough. Besides, he was getting a headache, and he wanted to get this done before the kids came home.

    The man sat down at the dinner table and loaded the drill with a battery and a 17/64” masonry bit. He wasn’t sure what size to use, so he guessed he could start low and size up. But it didn’t really matter, anyway. After removing the baseball cap, the man pressed the electric drill to the left side of his head and squeezed the trigger. The drill made a loud grinding sound as the bit struggled to pierce his skull.

    Two, three minutes later it was done. The man pulled the drill from his skull. Little flecks of bone were stuck to the bit. It felt like a slight wind was blowing through his head. He sat there for a moment, smiling.

    It felt good to let some air in. But now it was time to take care of that leak.

    And another!



    I’ve always had a terrible fear of being submerged completely in water. Not that I can’t swim or anything. My dad made me learn; he said I almost drowned when I was really young.

    I was afraid of it because, for as long as I can remember, whenever I am under water and look up at the surface I see a woman reaching down to me with a warm smile, with glowing golden hair and dark blue eyes. Even if its just in a bathtub. It always happened, it was just normal for me, but i never got used to it.

    It was unnerving, but also soothing at the same time. She always made me feel like it was okay. I still avoided it, though, because I was just a kid and it was really freaky.

    I never told my dad about it as a kid, but I did ask him about my mom. He never wanted to talk about her. Sometimes he even got mad at me for trying too hard to bring it up.

    It was only recently that I described this apparition to him. He nearly drove into a telephone pole; obviously he knew something. I asked him, again, about my mom. He still would say much, except that she died when I was very young, and that she loved me very much. He also admitted that her hair and eyes were those colors, just like mine.

    So I did some research on my own, looking up her name for myself on my birth certificate and trying to find any references I could, any news clips about a boy nearly drowning, any thing. I mostly wanted a picture, something I could match to my guardian angel.

    Today, buried in our town library, I found it.

    WINCHESTER: Marie Withie, 28, drowned to death yesterday evening after climbing a razerwire fence and fleeing to a nearby resevoir. A funeral is scheduled by her family for the 25th. Marie was institutionalized just six months ago, after being found “not guilty” of attempted murder on grounds of insanity. Her husband Daniel Withie had acted quickly enough to rescue their infant child when she was found trying to drown him in a bathtub.
  2. My favorite creepypasta

  3. Don’t dismiss this outright as the work of some raving lunatic. There’s some sense to this story, if you’ll just hear me out…

    Look, we all wonder if time travel is possible, right? Well, let me tell you something… it is. I’m from the future, actually. I know you probably don’t believe that, but seriously, I’m from the future. It’s a really great thing; getting to see the past, watching events unfold… stuff like that. We know more now than we ever would.

    Behind all the fun, though, there’s a more serious aspect. We aren’t supposed to go in our own lifetime, and we are never allowed to contact our past selves. Let me tell you, I’m breaking that rule right now. Yes, kid, you’re talking to yourself. Your future self. I’m going to be executed for this, but you know what? I accept that. I’m preventing something by talking to you that is worse than death. I can’t tell you outright what to do, because the filters would catch it. This is the closest I can get, trust me. I can, however, send a little message.

    You should probably read the first word of every paragraph, now.
  4. damn b these are actually scary. are they real accounts?
  5. dayum those are muffed up
  6. shit that dog is scary as shit :(
  7. Hah, for realz.

    That one about the mom trying to drown the baby was pretty freaky too.
  8. that is a creepy looking dog yo. Very strange site.
  9. #10 Annonymous, Sep 23, 2009
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    I just read that dog one, it was done so well as if there was so much mystery behind it i was waiting until i was done reading it all before i looked for the image. Then bam that scary ass doggy in my face, i was just at my friends and his big ass german sheppard nearly wanted to take my hand off.

    now the scariest part is my foot is asleep and im on the toilet...geez smile dog wtf you want me to limp around with my laptop?
  10. Ahh... I can't do this shit man. It's dark. I'm paranoid and stoned, man.

    Oh shit.... what was that sound?
  11. I sure as hell won't be going to sleep anytime soon.
  12. Haha, I actually got shivers down my spine when I saw the

    It's crazy how having the back story (even though an aspiring journalist wouldn't have laid out his little article in such a horrible manner.) can increase the psychological impact of an image.

    I've seen a man beaten to death with a hammer online yet the sent shivers up my spine?

    I love stuff like this.

  13. I was going to read some of these for entertainment before I go to bed in like 20 minutes, but now I'm kind of afraid to...:smoking::hide:
  14. During the war a soldier faithfully wrote his mother every week so she would know he was all right, until one week she didn't get a letter and immediately began to worry. Within a couple of weeks she got a letter from the Army saying that her son had been captured and was being held in a Prisoner-of-War camp, and they assured her that they had no reason to believe the American prisoners were being mistreated in any way. A few weeks later the woman finally received another letter from her son, it read: “Dear Mom, Try not to worry about me, they are treating us well and I'll be released as soon as the war is over. Make sure that little Teddy gets the stamp for his collection. Love you, Joe” The woman was overjoyed to hear the news, but was confused because she had no idea who “little Teddy” was. She decided to steam the stamp from the envelope and have a look. When she did she saw that written on the back of the stamp were the words:

    “They've cut off my legs”.
  15. Bahaha, this is the best one yet:

    Once, there was a boy who loved to read. He read everything he could get his hands on, and loved going to his favorite book store. One day, the boy realized he had read everything the store had to offer. He confronted the owner, and asked him if he had anything the boy had never checked out. The owner said why, yes, I do, and pulled out a book called “Death”. He gladly sold it to the boy at a discounted price of $50. However, he warned the boy, never to read the front page.

    Well, the boy returned to his house and read the book, and he was content. However, he always wondered, what could be on that front page, it was always in the back of his mind. One day, the temptation was too much for the boy, and he flipped to the very front of the book, and dropped the book in HORROR.

    There, in bold print, was MSRP $6.99
  16. While brushing your teeth in the evening, you catch a glimpse of your wall mirror, covered in fingerprints. Annoyed, you grab a towel and rub at them. They remain. Upon closer inspection, you realize that they seem to be on the other side of the glass...
  17. That is some freaky stuff.

    You know when you're falling asleep, and you suddenly get the feeling that you've tripped? You're body lurches forward in an instant, ready to protect you instinctively from injury. You can almost SEE the ground rising to meet you. This occurs when the boundaries between you and the “you” in an alternate universe are weakest.

    This is the feeling that happens when another “you” dies.

    This one scares me the most, because it has happened many times.
  18. This is smile dog.


    Nighty night :smoking:
  19. lol ya dude. its funny how you posted that.

    last night my girlfriend read this story and was a lil creeped out lol

    i read it this morning and thought it was funny.

    last night however i googled smile dog and that was the second image that came up!!!!!

    that one has definitely stuck in my head way more than that other one!!!! i was giving this some thought this morning. and last night i didnt even see the whole thing, just a quick glimpse.

    something about the red makes it much more impressionable on my mind

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