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Top-Ranked Creepypasta Stories (Sorted by Average Rating)

Mr. Widemouth
Average Rating:
9.1

Mr. Widemouth

During my childhood my family was like a drop of water in a vast river, never remaining in one location for long. We settled in Rhode Island when I was eight, and there we remained until ...
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Out in the Woods
Average Rating:
9.09

Out in the Woods

Hey /x/ Just thought that I'd share a couple of spooky stories from my childhood, to get everyone all hyped for Halloween. When I was a child, it was just me and my mother. We lived ...
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The Favor
Average Rating:
9.09

The Favor

Part 1 Tess stood at the mirror applying her eyeliner. It was Saturday night and, although she didn’t officially have any plans, she was sure that, at any moment, she would get a call inviting her ...
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Devil in the Details
Average Rating:
9.09

Devil in the Details

Trevor looked at the sweaty, crumpled paper in his hand, reviewing the instructions yet again. Soon it would be too late to read over them, but until then every rehearsal could be the one that saved ...
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The Lost Cosmonaut
Average Rating:
9.09

The Lost Cosmonaut

Officially, Yuri Gagarin was the first human to reach outer space. His historic flight in April of 1961 kick-started the space race in earnest. The Soviet space program, however, was shrouded in secrecy from the beginning ...
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The Fairies
Average Rating:
9.09

The Fairies

I’ve always been fascinated with the unknown, particularly creatures of the unknown. I don’t know when this obsession of mine started. It probably started when I was a young kid and would watch documentary series on ...
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My Grandfather's Final Invention
Average Rating:
9.09

My Grandfather’s Final Invention

My grandfather was an inventor. All his life he’s be tinkering with something, either taking something that existed and changing it, making it into something brand new (Or at the very least different) or inventing something ...
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Bound
Average Rating:
9.09

Bound

Paul pulled the envelope out of his leather attaché case and settled into an uncomfortable chair behind a large writing desk. Late afternoon sun filtered in through the bay window but couldn’t defeat the dankness of ...
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The Devil Game
Average Rating:
9.09

The Devil Game

Pray, for devils have no reason Satan waits to curse your ways Have you seen it in his eyes in the sunset? Have you wondered if he's laughing when he plays? - Kansas, “The Devil Game” ...
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On a Hill
Average Rating:
9.09

On a Hill

Part 1 The events of the past several days have both shaken my understanding of the world, and left me with a disheartened and perplexed disposition. Yet I feel that I must organise these events in ...
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survival guide
Average Rating:
9.09

Survival Guide

We've all been there. You have just gone to a certain place, at a certain time on a certain date, done a special thing and the thing you suspected would happen has just fucking happened, not ...
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The Art Of Jacob Emory
Average Rating:
9.09

The Art Of Jacob Emory

Ghost stories? Nah, we don't have anything like that around here. We DO have the story of Jacob, but that's about as close as you'll get. ...You really want to know?... Well, I'm not supposed to ...
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Julia Legare
Average Rating:
9.09

Julia Legare

A few years ago I was spending some time with friends exploring old, supposedly haunted, places. We were at the Edisto First Presbyterian Church, where a girl named Julia Legare was buried in her family mausoleum ...
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It Dwells
Average Rating:
9.08

It Dwells

Excerpt from a letter received by Governor Irvish Jackson and sent by Dr. Wilford Bellenshamp on December 17th, 1985: I have seen that despite my personal attendance in the past few months to each and all ...
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I was a British intelligence officer in Ireland during the 1970s. We unleashed something terrible.
Average Rating:
9.08

I was a British intelligence officer in Ireland during the 1970s. We unleashed something terrible.

From a young age I always knew I would become a soldier. I was born into an upper-class family with a proud military tradition. My grandfather was wounded at the Somme, and my father served under ...
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The Murder That Saved My Life
Average Rating:
9.08

The Murder That Saved My Life

I was done. This time I meant it. There were several times in my life where I found myself considering it, contemplating taking my trip to the other side. The last time I had called the ...
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Daughter's Drawings
Average Rating:
9.08

Daughter’s Drawings

Part 1: A Diner Called Daisy’s This whole thing started on a road trip around four years ago. We left to go from Northern California to the East Coast, traveling through the Midwest. It was me, ...
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Dawn in Texas
Average Rating:
9.08

Dawn in Texas

Publisher's Note: This story is the third and final part of the 3-part series which began with the story, A Sunset in Texas. The author encourages you to read the first installment in the series to ...
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Midnight in Texas
Average Rating:
9.08

Midnight in Texas

Publisher's Note: This story is a sequel to the previously-featured tale, A Sunset in Texas. The author encourages you to read the first installment in the series to better understand the events of this one. You can ...
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The Blaganschlor
Average Rating:
9.08

The Blaganschlor

“Have you seen the Blaganschlor Hung by rope composed of gore Who says his name and nothing more His true name lost in days of yore? At the gray and barren meadow Where ancient rivers used ...
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