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21st Jan '18 9:10:49 PM dvorak
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** ''Why I Hold My Breath Whenever I See a Fed Ex Van'' is about a group of teenagers who accidentally cause a huge fuckoff car accident.
13th Jan '18 9:13:49 PM dvorak
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* SwampsAreEvil: ''Voices in the Fog'' is about a paranormal investigator who interviews someone about the legends surrounding the local bog. The bog had become claimed by a demon known as "The Mother of the Bog" who demanded blood sacrifice. The local tribe of Indians would bury their dead there, but that stopped when the tribe was displaced. Now she lures people into the bog and kills them, enslaving them as zombies.
** ''Bog of Whispers'' is about a guy and his friend who go camping near a haunted swamp that gained sentience from all the people and animals who died in it over the centuries.
13th Jan '18 5:06:35 PM dvorak
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* DarkIsEvil: ''Darkness'' is about a man who suffers from Nyctophobia. Whenever he's in pitch darkness, he feels it stretching out infinitely around him. At the climax, he becomes stuck in an elevator. He hears footsteps and calls out. A reply comes in his own voice... He is then rescued. He thinks that the next time will be the last time.



** ''Love'' has [[PapaWolf the ghost of the protagonists father get into a knock-down-drag-out fistfight with the monster in his closet.]]

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** ''Love'' One has [[PapaWolf the ghost of the protagonists father get into a knock-down-drag-out fistfight with the monster in his closet.]]]]
** ''I Asked a Paranormal Investigator for His Scariest Story'' involves, well, exactly that. The investigator makes up something on-the-spot to tell the narrator's class. Later, he tells him of a time when he was investigating a house, but found nothing out of the ordinary. As he was packing up, a spectre descended the basement stairs, and asked: "Do you know what he did to us?" The investigator [[ScrewThisImOutOfHere ran for it and didn't stop until he was in the next town over.]] He did some research into the house; it had been a mortuary until the proprietor was arrested for his... proclivities.
** ''The Sealed Room'' involves the narrator attending his aunts funeral. While exploring her house, he finds a room hidden behind a tapestry. Seeing that the key is still in the lock, he opens it. The room is pitch black. He hears something coming towards him; chattering its teeth. He locks it up and hides the key. At his aunts funeral, he sees the picture on her casket includes his uncle in it. Said uncle, since deceased, was a man with very big teeth...
13th Jan '18 4:49:07 PM dvorak
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* BazzarOfTheBizzarre: One is about such a place, accessible through a door made of scabs somewhere in Eastern Europe. The items for sale are pretty much whatever you want, but the price is a body part, starting with the breath you've just taken in exchange for tomorrow's weather forecast. Trying to trade someone else's bits results in the shopkeepers screaming "THAT'S NOT YOURS!" and forcibly ejecting you.

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* BazzarOfTheBizzarre: One is about such a place, accessible through a door made of scabs somewhere in Eastern Europe. The items for sale are pretty much whatever you want, but the price is a body part, starting with the breath you've just taken in exchange for tomorrow's weather forecast. Trying to trade someone else's bits (or [[YourSoulIsMine a soul, regardless of wether or not it's your own) results in the shopkeepers screaming "THAT'S NOT YOURS!" and forcibly ejecting you.



** The titular creature from The Horror From The Vault. It’s psychic enough that it can inflict truly horrifying dreams for anyone unlucky enough to be in range, and although first portrayed as a HumanoidAbomination, it grows into a Lovecraftian monstrosity resembling a crab made out of body parts after consuming and absorbing the inhabitants of the facility the creature’s sarcophagus was being studied, and the surrounding town.

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** The titular creature from The ''The Horror From The Vault. Vault.'' It’s psychic enough that it can inflict truly horrifying dreams for anyone unlucky enough to be in range, and although first portrayed as a HumanoidAbomination, it grows into a Lovecraftian monstrosity resembling a crab made out of body parts after consuming and absorbing the inhabitants of the facility the creature’s sarcophagus was being studied, and the surrounding town.



** The "Shitty gas station in the edge of town" from "Tales from the Gas Station" has some crazy shit going on. It reads like a combination of ''WebSite/NotAlwaysRight'' and ''Literature/JohnDiesAtTheEnd.''

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** The "Shitty gas station in the edge of town" from "Tales from the Gas Station" has some crazy shit going on. It reads like a combination of ''WebSite/NotAlwaysRight'' and ''Literature/JohnDiesAtTheEnd.'''' It's so wierd that even the [[TheSacredDarkness Dark God]] has no explaination for it beyond "NotMeThisTime."


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* GeniusLoci: Some stories ostensibly about haunted houses reveal themselves to be about sapient houses who kill people.
** [[SwampsAreEvil Haagan's Bog]] in ''Bog of Whispers'' is, as the name suggests, a living bog, granted sapience from everything that died there.
8th Jan '18 12:24:53 PM thevideogameempire
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** The protagonist of ''The Monster in the Pantry'' is tormented throughout his childhood by a SinisterScrapingSound coming from the pantry. [[spoiler: it turns out to be a ghost dog.]]

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** The protagonist of ''The Monster in the Pantry'' is tormented throughout his childhood by a SinisterScrapingSound coming from the pantry. [[spoiler: it It turns out to be a ghost dog.]]
8th Jan '18 12:23:24 PM thevideogameempire
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** In ''My Grandfather Made a Deal with Death,'' the narrator's grandpa recounts a story about how, one day during WW1, he cheated Death at coin-toss. Every time he told it, he's change what death smelled like; cat pee, rotten meat, etc. However, as time goes on, his grandpa gets more and more decrepit, and fears that he may be BarredFromTheAfterlife. Finally, in his 90s, he comes down with cancer. When the narrator visits him in the hospital, Death comes to his grandpa, and explains that [[ILetYouWin he'd let him have the coin toss,]] because he'd bee fated to live a long life, and takes him. The narrator describes Death's scent as Christmas dinner, fresh-baked cookies, and his mom's perfume. Death smells like Comfort.

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** In ''My Grandfather Made a Deal with Death,'' the narrator's grandpa recounts a story about how, one day during WW1, he cheated Death at coin-toss. Every time he told it, he's he'd change what death smelled like; cat pee, rotten meat, etc. However, as time goes on, his grandpa gets more and more decrepit, and fears that he may be BarredFromTheAfterlife. Finally, in his 90s, he comes down with cancer. When the narrator visits him in the hospital, Death comes to his grandpa, and explains that [[ILetYouWin he'd let him have the coin toss,]] because he'd bee fated to live a long life, and takes him. The narrator describes Death's scent as Christmas dinner, fresh-baked cookies, and his mom's perfume. Death smells like Comfort.
8th Jan '18 12:17:43 PM thevideogameempire
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** A common joke is to replace the climax with "[[Music/WasNotWas Open the door, get on the floor, everybody walk the dinosaur.]]" The 'pasta ''How my Grandfather Killed his Brother'' has him use this to break the tension in his story at a certain point, because he doesn't want the narrator's little sister to hear the ending.

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** A common joke is to replace the climax with "[[Music/WasNotWas Open the door, get on the floor, everybody walk the dinosaur.]]" The 'pasta ''How my Grandfather Killed his Brother'' has him use this to break the tension in his story at a certain point, because he doesn't want the narrator's little sister brother to hear the ending.
5th Jan '18 10:26:07 AM fruitstripegum
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* OldShame: In-universe; the reason the Lost Episode "[[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Mickey's_Best_Friend Mickey's Best Friend]]" is "lost" in the first place is because it became one of these to Walt Disney.

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* OldShame: In-universe; the reason the Lost Episode "[[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Mickey's_Best_Friend com/wiki/Mickeys_Best_Friend Mickey's Best Friend]]" is "lost" in the first place is because it became one of these to Walt Disney.
5th Jan '18 10:25:17 AM fruitstripegum
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* OldShame: In-universe; the reason the Lost Episode "[[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Mickey's_Best_Friend "Mickey's Best Friend]]" is "lost" in the first place is because it became one of these to Walt Disney.

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* OldShame: In-universe; the reason the Lost Episode "[[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Mickey's_Best_Friend "Mickey's Mickey's Best Friend]]" is "lost" in the first place is because it became one of these to Walt Disney.
5th Jan '18 10:24:39 AM fruitstripegum
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* OldShame: In-universe; the reason the Lost Episode [[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Mickey's_Best_Friend "Mickey's Best Friend"]] is "lost" in the first place is because it became one of these to Walt Disney.

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* OldShame: In-universe; the reason the Lost Episode [[http://creepypasta."[[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Mickey's_Best_Friend "Mickey's Best Friend"]] Friend]]" is "lost" in the first place is because it became one of these to Walt Disney.
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