Creepypasta Stories Sorted by Author

Average Rating:
8.91

The Thing That Stalks the Fields

It was a few weeks ago that the hay bales started creeping slowly away from the house. Every morning when I woke up, each had moved a few hundred feet from where it was before. I ...
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No Eyes, No Tongue, No Fingertips
Average Rating:
8.76

No Eyes, No Tongue, No Fingertips

A few years back, I worked as a nurse in the geriatric unit of the hospital in my hometown. There was one old woman there with pale blue eyes whose mind was still fantastically sharp, and ...
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Average Rating:
8.38

Ya-Te-Veo

Even as the sun vanishes behind the tall, impossibly green trees and the rainforest around me fades into darkness, the air feels unbearably hot. I can’t walk anymore tonight. I’ll have to find a place to ...
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Renaud Herbert Hansen
Average Rating:
8.32

Renaud Herbert Hansen

Mr. Hansen’s body was interred in a stately mausoleum of his own design years ago, and yet he still works for us.  I’m forced to interview with the remains of the sad dotard almost daily. The ...
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Spearhead Unlit Frontier
Average Rating:
8.24

Spearhead Unlit Frontier

The message has been smuggled via a plaintext file saved to a MicroSD that I pray survives its trip to the surface. If the journalist or civilian receiving this can read this message, I am posting ...
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Average Rating:
8.24

The Tundra

The native villagers around these parts say that there’s a stretch of tundra just north of here that is occupied by benevolent spirits. These spirits grant insight and warning to whoever visits them at night, once ...
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Average Rating:
8.2

Unrequited

That woman over there, in the corner of the room, is really a terrific tease. I don’t even think she means to be, but I’ve simply never encountered anyone like her. She’s got this breezy, powder-blue ...
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New England Residents Beware
Average Rating:
8

New England Residents Beware

One night outside Longfield, Massachusetts was all it took to never feel peace again. The little town is not too far from Thoreau’s famed Walden, and curiosity drove me and some like-minded friends to make the ...
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Average Rating:
7.97

Sick

Tending to my sister Emily is a taxing job. It’s been perhaps three years since she’s become too infirm to leave the house, and I’m afraid I’m often the only company she can enjoy anymore. She ...
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An Open Letter to My Best Friend
Average Rating:
7.95

An Open Letter to My Best Friend

You know who you are. I wrote this because you've been complaining recently about how you want to be set free.  I decided to post a letter to you here, on your favorite website, for you ...
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Bad Trip
Average Rating:
7.94

Bad Trip

It was my fifth day in Gloaming, Nevada – an unincorporated township skirted on all sides by scorched barrenness. I had never been this far west before, and so the craggy, acacia-dotted desert was dazzling to ...
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Smiling Jane Doe
Average Rating:
7.6

Smiling Jane Doe

At no point during the night was she more than a half-mile from the police station, but the park was thinly lit, and the road snaked through forest in both directions. I took a personal interest ...
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100% Real Human Hair
Average Rating:
7.52

100% Real Human Hair

We know that you demand only the finest hair when looking to buy a new wig, weave, extension, or toupee. That’s why “Spirited Away Hair” uses only the freshest human hair available. Our exclusive process for ...
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Average Rating:
7.49

A Camp Fire Story, of Sorts

December 10th, 2003 My frozen hands tremble as I fumble to work my little butane lighter. The tips of my fingers are raw and bloodied already, and I wince in pain with every failed attempt to ...
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Acrimony
Average Rating:
7.23

Acrimony

Two whiskey sours, one Old-Fashioned, and a Madras. Two whiskey sours, one Old-Fashioned, and a Madras. Where’s the cranberry juice? I’ll have to cut up another orange. I can’t find a sugar cube; I wonder if ...
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Rattle-Face Fever
Average Rating:
7.14

Rattle-Face Fever

The new epidemic is already beyond its patient zero. Whether or not I am infected, I am confident that Mr. Bridestar will soon have me murdered. He will do this in order to keep the disease’s ...
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Average Rating:
6.52

Overburden

A stone quarry is an awful place to be at night if you’ve got a nervous disposition, like I do. The silhouettes created by the hewn rocks look like stalking figures, and the whole place is ...
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Average Rating:
6.28

The Voice

The snow rests pale on the naked metal of the shacks around me. The pastel paint stripped away in ugly patches, the rusted iron underneath leers orangish-red at my intrusion - like a thousand fiery eyes ...
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Maximilian Schäfer
Average Rating:
6.07

Maximilian Schäfer

The image above is a sketch by Maximilian Schäfer, a criminally insane arsonist formerly committed to the now-defunct Gelassenheit Asylum outside the city of Linz, Austria. Weeks previous to his violent suicide, Max began complaining to ...
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