Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Creepypasta

Browsing the "supernatural" Tag

The Wires

The Wires

When I was twenty four, my older brother died. At the time, I was working as a customer support guy at a major internet service provider on the Canadian West Coast. That was my stand-by job while I tried to [...]

September 8, 2018 Beings & Entities
The Grovewood Company

The Grovewood Company

There was once a small business in New England by the name of “Grovewood & Co.”. It existed for roughly seven months; from April 27th to November 22nd, in the year 1913. At least, that’s true for one timeline. I’ll [...]

September 7, 2018 Artifacts & Objects, Locations & Sites
The Cat With Human Teeth

The Cat With Human Teeth

  There I was, scratching my ninth scratch-off ticket in a row at my local convenience store. My eyes widened with hope, but also sank in with the anticipation of disappointment. The other eight representations of my gambling fuel rested [...]

August 24, 2018 Beings & Entities, Strange & Unknown
The Vintage Carousel

The Vintage Carousel

I grew up in a pretty crummy town – Nowheresville; a real one-horse piece of crap with a small municipal park that housed a vintage carousel since time immemorial. The same elderly guy sat in his little booth in the [...]

July 9, 2018 Strange & Unknown
La Bruja

La Bruja

“Goddammit! Not again!” screamed Ricky after opening the much-anticipated email. “Pinche pendejo!” he said even louder. “Hijo de tu puta madre!” He picked up his expensive mouse and threw it against the wall. “Besa mi culo, puto!” He slammed his [...]

July 3, 2018 Beings & Entities
Reflections of the Majorette

Reflections of the Majorette

Tap. Tap. Tap. It must be raining. Tap. Tap. Tap. Blaire rolled over. Knock. Damn tree branch. Tap. Tap. Tap. She pushed the blanket off her head and surveyed the darkness from where she lay in bed. Beyond the crack [...]

April 15, 2018 Murders & Deaths
A diner open 25 hours a day

A Diner Open 25 Hours a Day

Late one night, I found myself driving down what seemed liked an endless stretch of road. I was on my way back from a week-long business trip, facing at least a twelve hour drive home. Having always been afraid of [...]

November 14, 2017 Beings & Entities

The Oojkata

Turn back now, before your past is dug up like old bones and your soul is consumed in fire. I blinked once, watching the faded trees, like twisted, gnarled fingers reaching up to caress the sky, roll by the carriage [...]

May 19, 2017 Beings & Entities