Scary Paranormal Stories & Short Horror Microfiction

Creepypasta

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A 15-year old boy in a small town in Maryland sat down at his computer after getting home from school one day. He turned it on and logged into an instant messaging program, and was then surprised to receive a message from a classmate of his, who had been absent that day.

It consisted of two words; “please come”. Confused, the boy sent a reply, asking why he’d been absent that day. After two more messages and fifteen minutes with no response, he decided to get on his bike and head over to his classmate’s house. It was a short ride, only about five minutes away.

When he got to the house, he found the door was unlocked. Inside, partially dried blood was splattered over the walls and floors, and an unrecognizable figure was crumpled against the far wall. It was missing an arm and a leg, and bloody streaks on the floor lead away from the body and into the kitchen. The boy slammed the door closed, and immediately called 911 on his cell phone.

When the police arrived, they found three corpses, as well as tracks leading away from the house from the back door. The forensics report concluded that the entire family, the boy’s classmate and his parents, had been killed sometime the previous night.

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  • King Progdor

    Major deja-vu. I’ve read this one before, definitely. But I can’t remember if it was here, or somewhere else.

    But it’d be impossible if it was here, now wouldn’t it?

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  • Rachel

    Hmmm, i’m feeling the same as King Progdor. Nonetheless this is one is good!

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  • King Progdor

    I remembered where I saw it, it was on the Encyclopedia Dramatica’s creepypasta collection list.

    And yes, this one is a good one.

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  • Anonymous

    This one always makes me a little sad, if only because I imagine the ‘please come’ as less of a “Come and see how scary this is and then maybe you’ll die too!” than a “please come see what’s happened to me”.

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    • Night

      You don’t seem to get it. It wasn’t the kid that sent the message, because he died the night before the message was sent.
      Whatever killed him and his parents sent the message.

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  • kristi

    I agree with 4. And i think of it as the classmate saying “come help me be put to rest”

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  • Anonymous

    THEN WHO WAS INTERNET???

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  • The Unnamed

    And he came.

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  • anonymous

    -is confused-

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    • Anonymous

      How can he get a message from a dead class mate?

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  • Anonymous

    BUT THEN WHO WAS IM?

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  • EnjoyTheRide

    I believe that the point to the story is that the absent boy and his family was murdered then the killer IM the boy saying “come please” and when the boy got there the killer murdered him. Story should’ve went into more detailed like instead of the boy closing the door a figure closed it behind him.

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    • nigles

      Disagree, creepy stories that don’t leave anything to the readers speculation are not scary, they’re like cheep knock off screamers in horror films.

      Real Horror stories make you think and fill in the blanks.

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    • Anonymous

      The point was that the classmates family was murdered the night before, so it was the classmates ghost sending the message so that they bodies can be found and an investigation started to find the killer.

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  • OmnomAvenger

    @EnjoyTheRide

    Um. No, perhaps not. The overall impression is that the ghost/spriit/whathaveyou of the classmate sent a message seeking someone to find his body.

    How the hell would the killer know who the kid was, anyway?

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    • Endoplasmic Reticulum

      Or he sent a message as quick as he possibly could when he found out there was a murderer in his house.

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  • Dead.

    Dayyyymmmm..

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  • lally

    I wish it would had gone into more detail, how they died etc

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  • Hendetta

    Well, I would guess their deaths have SOMETHING to do with the fact that the body is missing an arm and leg.

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  • DJLoONa

    it is a bit sad, what happened to the family and such…but there’s one thing that gets in the way of this being really good…the dumbass kid actually went to the guys house!!!

    i would never! he had no idea what to expect.

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    • Anonymous

      And what if his friend was struggling with depression? I would go. I know too many people who would send that to someone because they’re considering committing suicide. You can’t just abandon your friends.

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  • asdf

    @DJLoONa

    You have to realize not everyone thinks about reality as if they were in a horror story all the time. Most people don’t expect a weird scratching sound at their door to be a guy with a hook for a hand, etc.
    Clearly they’re all fools and we’re better off.

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  • Anonymous

    Oh fuck you all i live in maryland.

    :’C

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  • bang bang

    ;~;
    Most of my friends are fifteen year old maryland boys.
    So this scares me so badly.

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  • Grangan

    But then…
    WHO WAS COME?!

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  • Sir Shoop Woopington

    howmany time are you fuckers going to joke abut “and then he came”? itt was funy oncew, stop trying
    btw i like the pasta, please pass some more

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    • nigles

      The irony of someone naming themselves after a meme complaining about overusing a joke

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  • Temporary Wounds

    Reminds me of a story in which the ghost of a dead mom gets help for her child who’s in danger.
    Stories like these always sadden me.

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  • Midnightgirl

    i think i read this once before but i can’t remember. I find it really sad beside the fact the creepy part is who messaged him to come.

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  • Anonymous

    Actually, I think the horror here is that the boy got the IM from the murderer, and now the murderer knows who the boy is, and can follow him to his house.

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  • http://ermarian.net Arancaytar

    I’ve received text messages as much as 24 hours after they were sent, so this doesn’t strike me as particularly supernatural. Now, /talking/ on the phone is something else – then you have a guarantee of synchronicity, which is important if the weirdness is in the timing.

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  • pastalover

    I agree, I always read this creepypasta as if the kid were simply receiving an offline IM as many IM services do save your IM until the recipient logs on.

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