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Stodd December 2nd, 2012 9:51 PM

Creepy Fan Fics or Creepypastas?
I'm on a quest to read some of the best creepy fan fictions or creepypastas on the web. A creepypasta is a story on the internet that is made to terrify or disturb the reader. For some reason, these stories are entertaining to me and give me a certain thrill. I'm sure I'm not the only one. So here is what I am asking: tell me the title of your favorite creepypasta or creepy fan fiction and tell me why you like it. Some rules here:

-First and foremost, remember that this is a public website, which means younger people can see whatever you post. Don't be too graphic with the description; just give a basic description of why you like it.

-Links are appreciated! Not a requirement, but it is highly recommended. WARNING : KIDS UNDER 13 READ AT YOUR OWN RISK! Some stories can be graphic or terrifyingly disturbing and that is not what you want to see.

-Most topics are open, but please avoid posts about : sexual situations, degrading a race or religion, anything that may offend someone, ect. Basically, if you think it may offend someone, don't post it, or just ask me and I will tell you if its ok!

-State the title, a brief description, a link, and a rating (ex. G, PG, PG-13, R).

-NO STORIES OVER THE 'R' RATING! Nothing like : NR/MA, NC/17, or anything higher than an 'R' rating. TV ratings can also be used (G, PG, TV-14, R), but the same limitations apply. NOTHING HIGHER THAN AN 'R' RATING IN ANY WAY, SHAPE, OR FORM!

-DO NOT post ANY pictures from the website! If the picture relates to your story, but is not on the page you linked, post a separate link. Just be sure to be specific of which link leads where.

-And finally, if you post anything to intentionally scare a young reader, a moderator will be informed. Kids, or others scared, tell someone if you are harassed in any way. I am not a moderator, but I'm sure a mod will take care of anyone who tries to intentionally scare, harm, or harass you. This goes for all aspects in life but DON'T BE AFRAID TO REPORT IDIOTS!

Here is the website where some of the best ones are found.

Happy hunting.....

Mr Cat Dog December 3rd, 2012 4:46 AM

I'm gonna move this to the Writers Lounge, as it's about fan fiction specifically. I think it'll get a better response here than in GE. :D

Moving on up

Volcanix769 December 3rd, 2012 4:51 AM

I did write this creepypasta story named Bob's Life in School. People found it scary, though I wasn't trying to. Especially with this that's named Marowak: The Avenger since it's more graphic and I try to put a feel to the readers of what's going on.

Stodd December 3rd, 2012 6:24 PM

Bob's Life in School- Needs some format and grammar improvements. But the injuries are oddly specific and thus, somewhat disturbing. Not the scariest, but still good story.

Marowak the Avenger- I have the same comments for this story. You are on your way. Keep writing.

Now, let me see something that will terrify me. I want something that will frighten me to my very core.

Marowak the Avenger- I have the same comments for this story. You are on your way. Keep writing.

Now, let me see something that will terrify me. I want something that will frighten me to my very core.

Volcanix769 December 3rd, 2012 6:50 PM

Thanks. Most of the Bob stories were written last year, so that's my old style. But you feel bad for Bob right? Even for how mean Beck, the girls, Derek, and the rest are?
For the Marowak story, I got inspired by a Yamask fanfiction.

JX Valentine December 3rd, 2012 7:12 PM

Without giving in to egotism (although I'm very, very fond of writing horror apparently), try The SCP Foundation. There's hundreds of entries, and given the fact that I have no idea what actually scares you (whether you're a psychological horror fan, a person who gets a rise out of an image more than text, a reader who gets chills from lots of buildup more than actual scares, fan of lost episode/lost media-type creepypasta, just someone who actually thought the Saw movies were scary, etc, etc), I can't really offer any specifics. I can say that one of my favorite non-hilarious ones is 1046, although that tends to be more gloomy than creepy. 1981 is creepy, but what makes it is really the accompanying images; the rest of the content is a pretty standard "tape does weird ****" story. But the point is, The SCP Foundation has a ton of material, so it's usually pretty easy to find something you like in it. Or at least get distracted trying. The comments are usually relentless about getting things fixed up (because entries can be "decommissioned" and replaced if they're not up to par with the rest of the site), so the writing there is usually pretty decent.

As a tip when going into the archives, despite the fact that Keter objects are meant to be the most dangerous, it's the Euclid objects that usually have the more interesting entries. Unless you're the type of person who likes a lot of gore in your pasta, anyway. (You can filter out objects by their classification via the tag cloud on the left-hand side of the page, under the list of page links.)

And on that note, yes, some of the objects are not appropriate for kiddies. There is no porn, but there are things that would not please the squeamish. If you want the kiddie objects, the Safe ones are usually safe, no pun intended.

*goes back to lurking*

Stodd December 3rd, 2012 11:22 PM

I like disturbing things, such as: a child drugging its family, gagging them, binding them, and when they first wake up, groggy from sleep, the child drags them all into the pool one by one. he pours lighter fluid and alcohol in the water. then sets it on fire. the child looks at them and films it all. just that kind of disturbing, nightmar-ish stuff.

Oh yeah, and i did feel bad for bob.

JX Valentine December 6th, 2012 12:06 PM

Sooooo... the kind of person who would find the Saw movies scary. No problem.

In that case, you'll find the Keter objects more interesting after all. Many of them deal with terrible things done to the human body. 813, for example, involves an electronic parasite jamming itself into the eyes of innocent people and using them to record everything they see before destroying their nervous system from the inside out and jumping to another victim. Some of the Euclid ones are pretty full of "oh god why" too, like 027 (an entity that causes vermin to crawl all over and inside its host) and 1070 (a toy robot that scars children for life by switching on in the middle of the night and showing them fun images). 1918's also a pretty good one too if you consider things like Slenderman to be part of what scares you.

Stodd December 6th, 2012 9:24 PM

Saw was a weak movie, although i enjoyed the creativity of the murders.those mentioned pastas do seem pretty good. i like that disturbing stuff. oh god why describes my tastes. slenderman is more interesting than scary.

Sam89 November 26th, 2013 5:53 PM

Absols and Emily's Espurr are ones that I've made but not posted. Absols is about a person who gets warned about loved ones dying by an Absol but they think Absol kills them. A Seviper in it's pokeball gets dropped in tha garbage disposal. Espurr is insane and kills everyone and it traps them in Lysandre's lab.

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