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A Mother’s Love

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One afternoon, a couple was traveling on by car when at a far distance they saw a woman in the middle of the road, waving frantically.

The wife told her husband to keep on driving because it might be too dangerous, but the husband decided to pass by slowly so he wouldn’t stay with the doubt on his mind of what might have happened and the chances of anyone being hurt. As they got closer, they noticed a woman with cuts and bruises on her face as well as on her arms. They then decide to stop and see if they could be of any help.

The cut and bruised woman was begging for help telling them that she had been in a car accident and that her husband and son, a new born baby, were still inside the car which was in a deep ditch. She told them that the husband was already dead but that her baby seemed to still be alive.


The husband that was traveling decided to get down and try to rescue the baby and he asked the hurt woman to stay with his wife inside the their car. When he got down he noticed two people in the front seats of the car but he didn’t pay any importance to it and took out the baby quickly and got up to take the baby to it’s mother. When he got up, he didn’t see the mother anywhere so he asked his wife where she had gone. She told him that the woman followed him back to the crashed car.


When the husband went back to look for her, he noticed that clearly the couple in the front seats were dead, one of whom was unmistakeably the woman who had flagged them down.

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159 thoughts on “A Mother’s Love”

  1. Classic story, decent plot, but the storytelling was so flat that it hurt.
    Also, the man goes to the car, sees two people in and just shrugs it off? I don’t mean thinking “oh, it might be the woman who stopped us”, I mean “oh, let me see if they are alive and need help”…

  2. That’s so unoriginal my mom told me a similar story when I was little in Spanish and its basically the same story she told me

  3. This pasta is another more-sweet-than-scary one, like ‘Forgotten Valentine’, which is another of my favorites. 8.5/10.

  4. Great pasta it was very touching but FUCK!!! I accidentally liked a comment I meant to dislike and now everyone’s going to be like “what kind of douche would like this?”

  5. I think one of my teachers read me something like this before. It was a dead mother who her and her baby were buried together and her ghost had gotten milk for the baby, and the person who was selling the milk had followed her, and the town had followed her too. She went in the graveyard and vanished by her grave, they dug her up, and there she was. She had saved her baby who was weak, tired, but alive. And the baby got to live with some people. AND THEY ALL LIVED HAPPILY EVER AFTER.

  6. I saw an episode of Unexplained (or a similar show) in which a couple were driving down an old highway and saw a naked woman lying on the shoulder. The driver didn’t notice, but the boy in the back did, but remained silent. a day later they were driving past the same spot and this time the boy saw the woman lying in the fetal position and finally said something to the driver, they stopped to investigate and after coming out of the woods the body was gone. They called 911 and police led a search team, discovering a car in which the mother had crashed into a tree, died, but her toddler was in the back, dehydrated and unconscious. A day or two more and the child would have died. Creepy shit.

  7. i don’t know whats wrong with people, Just stop being english teachers. I’ve never read a pasta like this and i think its fantastic!

  8. i\’ve never seen this one before, it made me smile. now i wanna go hug my mom. ha

    people take shit too seriously on here holy

    1. Wouldn’t it be better if everyone in the car survived, so that no one would have to come back as a ghost and help? Living is better than dying, no matter how touching the death or not-death.

  9. Creepypasta is more like creepystarter. Surprisingly satisfying. A new rendition of a traditional dish.

  10. “If both of the parents were dead, where was the ghost father”

    ghost dad-watching the game, now go make me a sammich

  11. thats a really creepy thing to think about. but i like how the baby was saved because of the mothers creativity.

  12. veeerrryy old pasta. think R.L Stine also did his one version of this…
    but eh, still kind of sweet I guess. also, if your going to spread this around… might as well fix the horrible handwriting before you post it XD

  13. The woman shouldn’t have been a ghost but the murderer of the passengers in the 1st car, when the dude finds out that they are cut up and returns to his car, his wife should have been cut up and dead with the “ghost” woman no where to be seen until he hears something in the corner of his ear…

  14. I’m sorry but i have 2 agree with most of the other readers, generic and bland…horrible pasta. I could tell from the beginning that she was a ghost i mean she JUST HAPPENED 2 escape while the others r stuck. U epically failed

  15. I heard a similar story on a documentary, Maybe unsolved mysteries only in the version I heard the woman was naked and someone called the police to come out and there was no woman anywhere to be found, Just the dead mother and the little kid still alive in the car. The little boy said he saw the woman too.

  16. I saw the ending coming. Give me a break. I like the idea, but it’s really far too cliche.

    This pasta left much more to be desired. I’m hungry for something keyed by a skilled hand.

  17. meh. just… meh. Not creepy at all, and not exactly well written either. I didn’t find the concept touching either, too clichè and overused, but it does have some potential.

  18. So the dad wouldnt have at least checked the people in the front of the car before taking the baby? Yeah HUR DUR I dont think so, what a badly written pasta

  19. Fart McFartison

    the writing made me wish everyone involved with the story…all characters in it, the writer, the poster, and everyone who’s read it…would die a horrible death so that this story ends right here and now.

    now they’ll be a creepy pasta about how this story murders people so that no one can share it.

  20. Poorly written, and an old idea. Nice try, but I suggest a little more practice and some better ideas before posting again.

  21. Charlotte Mander

    This pasta was enjoyable, but rather tame in comparison to some of the other pastas. Perhaps that’s good or perhaps that’s bad.

    Decide for yourselves, Creepypasta viewers.

    –Char Mander

    1. A Twelve Year Old

      So you are implying that all twelve year olds cannot write well? I do not agree, nor does anyone who had seen my writing. By the way, I don’t think the story was meant to be creepy or exactly perfect. The writer probably wanted for you to just ponder on how far love can take you.

  22. Tuomey Tombstone

    Good story, if a little unoriginal.

    Underdone, though. In these super-short pastas you need a little more description.

    Sentences run on a bit too much.

    Potentially very good, if you like this type of pasta.

  23. Cute little creepypasta, but I agree on the writing. Prose and word choice screamed Junior High writing assignment.

  24. This is absolutely terrible. No doubt. This looks like it was copy and pasted from one of those “Scary Stories For Kids” websites. This pasta was a complete failure. You know what, i dont even think its worthy to even be CALLEd a pasta. Screw it, crappy story is crappy.

  25. I think people will hate this and while I find it’s obviously an old and tired pasta, it’s nice to see something that isn’t as “edgy” and masturbatory posted on the sight. It’s just an old-fashioned piece of short ghost fiction.

  26. “So if both parents were dead, where the hell was ghost dad?”

    The story is called “a MOTHER’S love”, weren’t you paying attention?

    … Nah, but seriously, it’s a sweet story idea, but not terribly insomnia-inducing.

  27. Violent Harvest

    Ugh. So terrible …. not even one ounce of original plotline here. This is like an R.L. Stine pasta or something….

  28. I give it 5/10 because it reinforces the stereotype that men does not help with chores. WHERE’S the ghost dad?!

  29. Ancient Pasta, has been sitting in the back of the fridge. Deserves a place on the site, but anyone who is a fan of creepypasta has likely come across this again and again for the past few years. But, like I said, it should stil be here.

  30. Ghost dad was off at the ghost bar having a ghost beer before driving his ghost wife and ghost baby home and driving into a ghost ditch turning them into ghost ghosts.

  31. I agree, this pasta is old and boring, I for one want to see some original posts on here, rather than old stuff that’s already plastered all over the net before someone decides to send it here. Use your imagination people, copy-paste is not cool anymore. I an not criticizing WHO WAS PHONE, just the people that should take a creative writing class or two before posting stuff here.

  32. allow me to paraphrase this pasta in a shorter, more accurate form.

    “so theres this guy an his wife and they were driving and they see a lady waving for help. so the guy says holy shit and pulls over. he asks the w oman if she needs help and she says she had a wreck and her husband is ded but her baby is still alive. so the guy’s like fuck yea ima save baby and git laid so he goes and HOLY FUCKING SHIT BOTH PARENTS ARE STUCK IN THE CAR IT WAS A FUCKING GHOST OH MY FUCKING GOD.

    an he never got laid”

        1. He was probably drive not knowing he’s dead til 10 miles later

          “Oh crap I’m dead
          And oh look
          Thats my body next to my wife”

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