History NightmareFuel / CreepyPasta

1st Feb '18 8:04:25 PM Gravityman
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* ''[[https://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/6r5vb2/the_orangutans_are_skeptical_of_changes_in_their/ The Orangutans Are Skeptical of Changes in their Cages]]'' turns an innocuous line from a Paul Simon song into a psychological horror story told from the point of view of a young man who has a mental that hinders his ability to perceive changes in his environment. His mother has disappeared and his father, a butcher, is implicated in the case, but he has no idea how he fits in this gruesome case. [[spoiler:It takes him quite a while to find out that his father has been manipulating him and using him as a mean of disposing of his victims, since he can't really distinguish the taste of human meat from beef steak.]]

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* ''[[https://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/6r5vb2/the_orangutans_are_skeptical_of_changes_in_their/ The Orangutans Are Skeptical of Changes in their Cages]]'' turns an innocuous line from a Paul Simon song into a psychological horror story told from the point of view of a young man who has a mental that hinders his ability to perceive changes in his environment. His mother has disappeared and his father, a butcher, is implicated in the case, but he has no idea how he fits in this gruesome case. [[spoiler:It takes him quite a while to find out that his father has been manipulating him and using him as a mean of disposing of his victims, since he can't really distinguish the taste of human meat from beef steak.]]]]
* The "[[https://wh.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/7ijwwz/just_bought_my_childhood_house_am_finally_about/ I Just]] [[https://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/7j41a3/just_bought_my_childhood_house_am_about_to_find/ Bought]] [[https://wh.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/7jpb5w/i_bought_my_childhood_house_theres_a_weird_tunnel/ My]] [[https://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/7l3gmo/just_bought_my_childhood_house_sick_update/ Childhood]] [[https://wh.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/7lphlm/i_just_bought_my_childhood_house_the_end/ Home]]" series. The narrator finds a strange chute in the floor of his attic as a kid and doesn't get a chance to see what it is or where it leads until he buys the house as an adult. When he uses some climbing equipment to explore the place, it's just an empty, unusually cold chamber under the house that leads further down. [[spoiler: When he fully explores the place later on, he discovers that the place keeps getting bigger, colder, and according to his equipment, more ''radioactive'' as he goes, with his condition deteriorating the whole way. When he finally reaches the last chamber, it's so huge he can't see the ceiling even with a flashlight and it's actually snowing inside, is colder than any natural place on the planet, and is radioactive enough to kill a person easily.]] Here he discovers that [[spoiler: his dad tried to explore the place at some point, but whatever monster was contained in this chamber killed him and shapeshifted into him to take his place, indirectly killed the narrator's mother by giving her cancer with its radiation, and is now walking around free disguised as his father.]] And for all his trouble, [[spoiler: the narrator didn't know what the readings on the Geiger counter he brought with him meant until he got back and had no idea what kind of damage he was taking just by being down there. When he gets back he describes his teeth falling out, his skin burning, and his organs feeling like they've been turned to mush. He decides to use the time he's got left to sell the house to his brother and go back down into the tunnel to die by his father, sealing the entrance on the way down]].
26th Jan '18 3:49:41 AM Pro-Mole
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* ''[[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/The_Quiet_Sky The Quiet Sky]]'' begins with the premise that the Arecibo message gets a response. The response comes in two parts, the first of which is an unintelligible radio signal coming from the direction of Messier 13. The second is a telepathic voice asking "Where are you?", for which the entity is named the Voice. Then the dead start screaming, and not just the human dead either. Every dead thing on Earth that once had a voice is screaming. The mysterious entity's response is "I hear you. I am coming." This causes humanity to go into a mass panic and things just get worse from there.

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* ''[[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/The_Quiet_Sky The Quiet Sky]]'' begins with the premise that the Arecibo message gets a response. The response comes in two parts, the first of which is an unintelligible radio signal coming from the direction of Messier 13. The second is a telepathic voice asking "Where are you?", for which the entity is named the Voice. Then the dead start screaming, and not just the human dead either. Every dead thing on Earth that once had a voice is screaming. The mysterious entity's response is "I hear you. I am coming." This causes humanity to go into a mass panic and things just get worse from there.there.
* ''[[https://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/6r5vb2/the_orangutans_are_skeptical_of_changes_in_their/ The Orangutans Are Skeptical of Changes in their Cages]]'' turns an innocuous line from a Paul Simon song into a psychological horror story told from the point of view of a young man who has a mental that hinders his ability to perceive changes in his environment. His mother has disappeared and his father, a butcher, is implicated in the case, but he has no idea how he fits in this gruesome case. [[spoiler:It takes him quite a while to find out that his father has been manipulating him and using him as a mean of disposing of his victims, since he can't really distinguish the taste of human meat from beef steak.]]
18th Jan '18 9:08:43 PM Ghostninja109
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** Later installments in the series clarify that when someone interacts with the stairs in any way, something bad always happens. In the narrator's case, he stood at the top of a set of stairs at one point when he was just starting out and only felt like he was somewhere he really shouldn't be. Then he finds out that a kid went missing at the exact same time that he went up the stairs. Sometime later, a visitor died within seconds of just touching another staircase themselves. The narrator and his colleagues keep their distance for a reason.



* ''Darkness'' is about a guy who gets teleported to an infinite plane of pitch darkness whenever the lights go out. Luckily, he comes back to reality when he's illuminated. The finale involves him being trapped in an elevator for an hour during a power outage. He starts yelling, and gets an answer from [[spoiler: himself]].

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* ''Darkness'' is about a guy who gets teleported to an infinite plane of pitch darkness whenever the lights go out. Luckily, he comes back to reality when he's illuminated. The finale involves him being trapped in an elevator for an hour during a power outage. He starts yelling, and gets an answer from [[spoiler: himself]].himself]].
* ''[[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/The_Quiet_Sky The Quiet Sky]]'' begins with the premise that the Arecibo message gets a response. The response comes in two parts, the first of which is an unintelligible radio signal coming from the direction of Messier 13. The second is a telepathic voice asking "Where are you?", for which the entity is named the Voice. Then the dead start screaming, and not just the human dead either. Every dead thing on Earth that once had a voice is screaming. The mysterious entity's response is "I hear you. I am coming." This causes humanity to go into a mass panic and things just get worse from there.
13th Jan '18 5:12:46 PM dvorak
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-->'''Doug:''' [[WhamLine I can't tell which one is real.]]

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-->'''Doug:''' [[WhamLine I can't tell which one is real.]]]]
* ''Darkness'' is about a guy who gets teleported to an infinite plane of pitch darkness whenever the lights go out. Luckily, he comes back to reality when he's illuminated. The finale involves him being trapped in an elevator for an hour during a power outage. He starts yelling, and gets an answer from [[spoiler: himself]].
11th Jan '18 6:28:53 AM 8BrickMario
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** Want a summary anyway? [[spoiler: The story is about Parker's investigation of a problem patient, Joe, admitted for night terrors as a little boy. Over the course of his residency, his behavior becomes increasingly worse, and he has an unnatural knowledge of people's triggers, driving most of his regular carers to suicide. The horror starts to set in when it is explained that Joe adapts to suggestion, embodying the insults leveled at him. The doctor who first treated him worries that his "it's your imagination and you can control it" approach to the monster in Joe's night terrors has caused Joe to internalize the monster itself, and take to drawing out negativity like the monster. Parker doesn't fully agree with the hypothesis, with the monster in the terrors and Joe's knowledge of people's weaknesses worrying him, and goes to Joe's house to investigate. [[DeadAllAlong He finds Joe's body in the wall]], taken by the monster, who has turned into Joe after being told it was just him. The thing known as Joe is a creature that assumes the form of whatever its observers believe it to be, and it has stayed a human for so long because of Joe's perception. When the Parker confronts it, he accidentally sets it free by letting it know he knows the truth, thus showing he believes its real nature. It escapes, and Parker is left to treat similar cases to young Joe, [[ParanoiaFuel not knowing how many are real children]]. The end of the last post is a conclusion by his fiancee, who has stayed by his side, feeling much closer to him after being brought home from a bar on a bad night. She details how close she is to the narrator and how she's glad to be there to support him and help him through his negative thoughts, and finally reveals her name: Jocelyn. [[OhCrap She prefers "Jo".]]]]

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** Want a summary anyway? [[spoiler: The story is about Parker's investigation of a problem patient, Joe, admitted for night terrors as a little boy. Over the course of his residency, his behavior becomes increasingly worse, and he has an unnatural knowledge of people's triggers, driving most of his regular carers to suicide. The horror starts to set in when it is explained that Joe adapts to suggestion, embodying the insults leveled at him. The doctor who first treated him worries that his "it's your imagination and you can control it" approach to the monster in Joe's night terrors has caused Joe to internalize the monster itself, and take to drawing out negativity like the monster. Parker doesn't fully agree with the hypothesis, with the monster in the terrors and Joe's knowledge of people's weaknesses worrying him, and goes to Joe's house to investigate. [[DeadAllAlong He finds Joe's body in the wall]], taken by the monster, who has turned into Joe after being told it was just him. The thing known as Joe is a creature that assumes the form of whatever its observers believe it to be, and it has stayed a human for so long because of Joe's perception. When the Parker confronts it, he accidentally sets it free by letting it know he knows the truth, thus showing he believes its real nature. It escapes, and Parker is left to treat similar cases to young Joe, [[ParanoiaFuel not knowing how many are real children]]. The end of the last post is a conclusion by his fiancee, who has stayed by his side, feeling much closer to him after being brought home from a bar on a bad night. She details how close she is to the narrator and how she's glad to be there to support him and help him through his negative thoughts, and finally reveals her name: Jocelyn. [[OhCrap She prefers "Jo".]]]]
10th Jan '18 5:51:26 PM 8BrickMario
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** Want a summary anyway? [[spoiler: The story is about Parker's investigation of a problem patient, Joe, admitted for night terrors as a little boy. Over the course of his residency, his behavior becomes increasingly worse, and he has an unnatural knowledge of people's triggers, driving most of his regular carers to suicide. The horror starts to set in when it is explained that Joe adapts to suggestion, embodying the insults leveled at him. The doctor who first treated him worries that his "it's your imagination and you can control it" approach to the monster in Joe's night terrors has caused Joe to internalize the monster itself, and take to drawing out negativity like the monster. Parker doesn't fully agree with the hypothesis, with the monster in the terrors and Joe's knowledge of people's weaknesses worrying him, and goes to Joe's house to investigate. [[DeadAllAlong He finds Joe's body in the wall]], taken by the monster, who has turned into Joe after being told it was just him. The thing known as Joe is a creature that assumes the form of whatever its observers believe it to be, and it has stayed a human for so long because of Joe's perception. When the Parker confronts it, he accidentally sets it free by letting it know he knows the truth, thus showing he believes its real nature. It escapes, and Parker is left to treat similar cases to young Joe, [[ParanoiaFuel not knowing how many are real children]]. The end of the last post is a conclusion by his fiancee, who has stayed by his side, feeling much closer to him after being brought home from a bar on a bad night. She details how close she is to the narrator and how she's glad to be there to support him and help him through his negative thoughts, and finally reveals her name: Jocelyn. [[OhCrap She prefers "Jo".]]]]
*** There's a follow-up story, where [[spoiler: the thing now known as Jocelyn gives birth to the narrator's child, having taken Jocelyn's place because Parker swore with sincerity that his negative thoughts would be the last it ate, forcing it to stay near. It dies in "childbirth", and the daughter is already shown to be feeding on the new wave of negativity caused by the horrific revelation.]]
2nd Jan '18 5:00:46 PM Delphi
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* [[http://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/2pl8cl/a_successful_trade/ A Successful Trade]] describes how the narrator and his ability to revive the dead by borrowing the remaining years a living thing has left and putting them into the deceased body. To make extra money, he brings back the bodies of his customers' loved ones by using animals they agreed to bring with them. However there is a time limit where the trade must occur 72 hours after the recipient has died. [[CameBackWrong Or else.]]

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* [[http://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comments/2pl8cl/a_successful_trade/ A Successful Trade]] describes [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKelXAYKNOs describes]] how the narrator and his ability to revive the dead by borrowing the remaining years a living thing has left and putting them into the deceased body. To make extra money, he brings back the bodies of his customers' loved ones by using animals they agreed to bring with them. However there is a time limit where the trade must occur 72 hours after the recipient has died. [[CameBackWrong Or else.]]
10th Dec '17 9:53:51 AM nombretomado
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* This one DeviantArt user - [[http://charcoalman.deviantart.com Charcoalman]] - draws arguably the most horrifying renditions of any kind of Creepypasta character to ever exist on the entire site. Be prepared before you go check their art out. ''[[SchmuckBait You'll get consumed by fear and piss your nappies if you're not.]]''

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* This one DeviantArt Website/DeviantArt user - [[http://charcoalman.deviantart.com Charcoalman]] - draws arguably the most horrifying renditions of any kind of Creepypasta character to ever exist on the entire site. Be prepared before you go check their art out. ''[[SchmuckBait You'll get consumed by fear and piss your nappies if you're not.]]''
6th Dec '17 4:05:50 PM AHI-3000
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* ''NightmareFuel/TheSlenderManMythos''

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* ''NightmareFuel/TheSlenderManMythos''''NightmareFuel/AbandonedByDisney''



* ''NightmareFuel/AbandonedByDisney''
* ''NightmareFuel/TheRake''



* ''NightmareFuel/HappySunDaycare''



* ''NightmareFuel/PenPal''
* ''NightmareFuel/TheRake''



* ''NightmareFuel/HappySunDaycare''
* ''NightmareFuel/PenPal''

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* ''NightmareFuel/HappySunDaycare''
* ''NightmareFuel/PenPal''
''NightmareFuel/TheSlenderManMythos''




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23rd Nov '17 10:14:50 AM CantNotLookAtThisSite
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* [[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Doug's_Real_Life Doug's Real Life]] is a fairly spooky little LostEpisode pasta about ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'', and one that relies heavily on psychological horror, too. The opening shows the lines as per usual, but none of the characters are in it. The ColdOpen begins with no narration from Doug, which is almost unheard of in the show itself. Doug has some unusual fantasies throughout the episode, including Porkchop turning into a slab of meat and his house being completely deserted...even though he's still acting like he's talking to them. The scene goes back to normal, but then his family gets a call, which he assumes is his teacher telling them he failed a test. Another fantasy occurs wherein they scream at him for it and he breaks down in tears, apologizing. When this fantasy ends, his family is gone and he's all alone in the house. He heads up to his now empty room, picks up his journal and writes, narrating this time:

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* [[http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Doug's_Real_Life com/wiki/Doug%27s_Real_Life Doug's Real Life]] is a fairly spooky little LostEpisode pasta about ''WesternAnimation/{{Doug}}'', and one that relies heavily on psychological horror, too. The opening shows the lines as per usual, but none of the characters are in it. The ColdOpen begins with no narration from Doug, which is almost unheard of in the show itself. Doug has some unusual fantasies throughout the episode, including Porkchop turning into a slab of meat and his house being completely deserted...even though he's still acting like he's talking to them. The scene goes back to normal, but then his family gets a call, which he assumes is his teacher telling them he failed a test. Another fantasy occurs wherein they scream at him for it and he breaks down in tears, apologizing. When this fantasy ends, his family is gone and he's all alone in the house. He heads up to his now empty room, picks up his journal and writes, narrating this time:
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