“Would you just do it already? Man, I didn’t know you were such a pansy,” Shayne said shaking his head, looking away. “What do you think is going to happen? It’s going to be fine.” “But Shayne,” his little brother, Josh, protested, “I heard you tell...

A 2ch thread from December 2011 about… um… Well, about confusion, we’ll say. To aid in your reading, #OP is always the original poster - the 'main character,' if you will. #2ch is just a generic handle used to specify someone not the OP posting. #2ch is not...

Winter had arrived again, but this winter was different than the others. This winter, my aunt and uncle decided to go on a ski trip, leaving their house for me to look after. You would have expected me to grumble and moan with the additional...

Let me start by saying that this is a very true story from my childhood, and if you visit the big library in the Nottingham City Centre, and check out their newspaper records, you will actually find information about the events detailed here. This story takes...

I suck in the air through my dry lips. I have to keep quiet. It’s here. And if It finds me, I’m as good as dead. I wish I knew what It actually is because my mind’s eye is probably much worse than reality, (or at...

Have you ever heard of imaginary friends? You know, those invisble creatures that children would create to provide an artificial friendship for themselves? It's funny to think of how real they seem to a child when everyone knows it's just a figment of their imagination....

Stories are often wrought in the darkness, the immeasurable sea of the unknown. Man becomes irreversibly convinced that here lies his demise, here lies his doom and his defeat. Such is his nature that he rarely pauses to consider the other, the light, the known...

One time in my childhood, my family and I visited my father's hometown. It was a very tiring trip to the north, lasting for almost half a day. We arrived at my grandmother's place in the afternoon. All were tired and everyone started to rest. I...

The thin ones, the Impervious, were watching. I would never be safe from them. They were there, they were always there. The warped, the dead, the undead, whatever the fuck they were.  They had been there for as long as I could possibly remember. Before I...

Case Number 31 Name: Emily Coles Nationality: American Age: 32 Location: Elliot Gram's Institute of Mental Illness ======================================================================= You want to know about the Indigo Village? Well, I've been there you know. No seriously, I have. I even stayed there for a couple of weeks. You know, just to get away from...

I woke up.  Sheets were stained with sweat, breath was no longer bated, and unconscious solace began to surcease. Depression kills.  Not in a directly physical way, not in a way perceivable by anyone except the sufferer.  It made me feel psychotic.  It went past the...