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Re: Creepypasta

Postby YakkitySax » July 8th, 2011, 12:28 am

Well okay then, here's some more I have. The ones that don't quite tell you a story, but make you think on your own reality, are always more chilling to me.

Have you ever gotten a glimpse of something out of the corner of your eye? A simple movement caught in your peripheral vision. Most will simply dismiss this as a shadow brought about by a flickering candle, or perhaps a pet jumping down from a piece of furniture. Ninety-nine out of a hundred times, these people are right.

But then there’s that one elusive sight. It can easily be explained by the above conditions, but something feels wrong about it. A chill down your spine, a slight pain in your side. Maybe even a complete blanking of your mind, only to recede moments later.

Should any of these symptoms be felt, there may be cause for worry. Our peripheral vision is designed to catch motion, even in the dark. This was used to defend against predators in our early days, and as with many aspects of our human nature, it has remained, but weakened. This view out of the corner of our eyes still alerts us to danger, and although predators have dropped on the list of dangers we may face today, they still exist. Should you ever feel that queer chill in your back, try not to focus on that shadow you saw in the corner of your eye. It might be better not to see.
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby Cannetella » July 8th, 2011, 12:30 am

YakkitySax wrote:Well okay then, here's some more I have. The ones that don't quite tell you a story, but make you think on your own reality, are always more chilling to me.

Have you ever gotten a glimpse of something out of the corner of your eye? A simple movement caught in your peripheral vision. Most will simply dismiss this as a shadow brought about by a flickering candle, or perhaps a pet jumping down from a piece of furniture. Ninety-nine out of a hundred times, these people are right.

But then there’s that one elusive sight. It can easily be explained by the above conditions, but something feels wrong about it. A chill down your spine, a slight pain in your side. Maybe even a complete blanking of your mind, only to recede moments later.

Should any of these symptoms be felt, there may be cause for worry. Our peripheral vision is designed to catch motion, even in the dark. This was used to defend against predators in our early days, and as with many aspects of our human nature, it has remained, but weakened. This view out of the corner of our eyes still alerts us to danger, and although predators have dropped on the list of dangers we may face today, they still exist. Should you ever feel that queer chill in your back, try not to focus on that shadow you saw in the corner of your eye. It might be better not to see.

Are all of these written by one person?
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby eishiya » July 8th, 2011, 12:31 am

No, probably not. Most of these were written by anonymous writers, collected over years on message boards.
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby Cannetella » July 8th, 2011, 12:34 am

The writing style on that one and the one about the generic creepy face seemed really, really similar. Maybe it's just me.
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby YakkitySax » July 8th, 2011, 12:41 am

Well, they are both talking about the human mind and natural instincts that we still have left over from our days of using our teeth as currency and beating each other with sticks (not much has changed I guess?) I can see the similarities in typing, but I think that's only noticeable because of the topic. It could be the same author, but I know the last one I posted is a fairly old concept and creepy story.
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby Extreme5000 » July 8th, 2011, 12:42 am

Oh, I'm making Creepypastas now. Here's the topic I made for it.

viewtopic.php?f=23&t=8985

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Re: Creepypasta

Postby YakkitySax » July 8th, 2011, 12:45 am

Extreme5000 wrote:Oh, I'm making Creepypastas now. Here's the topic I made for it.

viewtopic.php?f=23&t=8985

You like?


I'm going to move that over to the Creative Showcase forum so people will look at it more, just so you don't wonder where it went.
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby Cannetella » July 8th, 2011, 12:54 am

YakkitySax wrote:Well, they are both talking about the human mind and natural instincts that we still have left over from our days of using our teeth as currency and beating each other with sticks (not much has changed I guess?) I can see the similarities in typing, but I think that's only noticeable because of the topic. It could be the same author, but I know the last one I posted is a fairly old concept and creepy story.

That's true.
They're more like in concept than anything.

...Also, the using teeth as currency thing immediately made me think of American McGee's Alice. =.= Because I'm lame like that.
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby Palutena » July 8th, 2011, 1:17 am

Oh geez I LOVE Creepypasta! Despite some actually being scary and stuff, they're fun to read.
Particular favorites include Slenderman, Smile.jpg, BEN DROWNED, and Pokemon Creepypasta in general.
Also read a ton of Cartoon ones. There was an Ed, Edd and Eddy one that I liked, forgot what it was though.

Darn. Now I feel like reading some.

Edit: Oh! Almost forgot. One of my other favorites is The Truth about Animal Crossing. That one was amazing.
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby Froken Keke » July 8th, 2011, 2:15 am

I fucking love these. The one that sparked my interest was suicidemouse.avi, and from there, I've read and watched a bunch.

I think my favorite would have to be Ted's Caving Page. It's pretty long, but so rewarding. The use of suspense and mystery is done in such a great and subtle way. I absolutely love it.
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby YakkitySax » July 8th, 2011, 4:21 am

Froken Keke wrote:I fucking love these. The one that sparked my interest was suicidemouse.avi, and from there, I've read and watched a bunch.

I think my favorite would have to be Ted's Caving Page. It's pretty long, but so rewarding. The use of suspense and mystery is done in such a great and subtle way. I absolutely love it.


Thanks for linking the cave page. I'm still reading it, but it's keeping my attention to far. I love that it comes with pictures.
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby Snuffan » July 8th, 2011, 4:42 am

I'm being freaked out to death by all this stories ;_; awesome. ;_; ;_; and I can't stop reading either!

auugghhh.

Reading the caving one right now and UGH, it's really good and I'm already scared. I haven't even come to the scary part yet.

Now all of SJ knows that I am a major pussy.

Also, me being slightly claustrophobic (eherm, slightly...) IT MAKES THIS CAVING THING SO MUCH WORSE
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby YakkitySax » July 8th, 2011, 5:04 am

Snuffan wrote:I'm being freaked out to death by all this stories ;_; awesome. ;_; ;_; and I can't stop reading either!

auugghhh.

Reading the caving one right now and UGH, it's really good and I'm already scared. I haven't even come to the scary part yet.

Now all of SJ knows that I am a major pussy.

Also, me being slightly claustrophobic (eherm, slightly...) IT MAKES THIS CAVING THING SO MUCH WORSE


D: I just finished.

UGH.
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby Snuffan » July 8th, 2011, 5:14 am

YakkitySax wrote:
Snuffan wrote:I'm being freaked out to death by all this stories ;_; awesome. ;_; ;_; and I can't stop reading either!

auugghhh.

Reading the caving one right now and UGH, it's really good and I'm already scared. I haven't even come to the scary part yet.

Now all of SJ knows that I am a major pussy.

Also, me being slightly claustrophobic (eherm, slightly...) IT MAKES THIS CAVING THING SO MUCH WORSE


D: I just finished.

UGH.


I won't be able to sleep for a while now, right? ;_; AUUUGHHEHGHEG this is terrible! UGH
THERE'S SOMETHING IN THAT ROOM AND THE PHONE IS DEAD!?!?!?! ;_;
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Re: Creepypasta

Postby blankd » July 8th, 2011, 5:19 am

Froken Keke wrote: think my favorite would have to be Ted's Caving Page. It's pretty long, but so rewarding. The use of suspense and mystery is done in such a great and subtle way. I absolutely love it.

I haven't finished the cave thing yet, but jesus, I've done a little caving and fffff.
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Oddly enough it's the claustrophobic+darkness part that gets me the most, not the ~mysterious thing~ I think I might be missing the point of the creepypastas.
EDIT: Finished, that wasn't so bad.
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