Creepypastas with their own WMG page:
A malevolent, inter-dimensional being is driving our favorite cartoons insane.This being is responsible for many "lost episode" Creepypastas; let's start with Squidward's Suicide. The story consists of Squidward comitting suicide after a horrible day. Note Squidward's red eyes on the page image. Next, we have ''Suicide Mouse'', a surreal clip consisting of Mickey Mouse walking down a road (Worse than it sounds). Note the theme of suicide occuring. This image◊ (Nightmare Fuel warning) has been associated with the video. Note the red, bloodshot eyes not unlike Squidward's. So what, right? Bloodshot eyes are used for horror, that doesn't mean that something's killing off cartoons. Enter Red Mist. It's Squidward's Suicide, except with a buisnessman telling Squidward that "the Red Mist is after you", and a lot more emphasis on the red eyes. But that's not enough evidence, right? It's just one story where the Red Mist's presence was explicitly shown. Take a look at Rectified Anonymity, a (gruesome) fanfic (I'd add a link but I can't get it to work). Why did David have red eyes if red isn't a natural eye color? David met the Red Mist, and his sanity didn't survive the encounter. It's not a coincidence. Something is in our beloved cartoon universe, hunting its denizens, and it will not stop ever, until they are dead.
The malevolent force from above? Its one of the The Fear Mythos.Specifically, its the fear of betrayal; betrayal by your family, idols, or in this case betrayal of innocence. It targets fiction towards children because it's trying to have your childhood innocence betray you. Many Creepypasta bases itself off the Fridge Horror of the series because its the easiest to convince you that your childhood figures are betraying you by being such Nightmare Fuel. Gary's Raticate? You never see Raticate again. Squidward's Suicide? Given all the pain he's gone through, its not implausible that if SpongeBob SquarePants wasn't aimed at kids, Squidward would try to kill himself. It usually steers away from darker material because you expect this kind of thing. It spreads itself on the internet because of a fear of betrayal that could affect the whole human race-the fear of technology betraying you. Why else is it on the internet?
The creature from the above WMG is Forenzik.Back when he was alive, he did the same thing to Happy Appy. Now he is dead. In any lost episode creepypasta before the Happy Appy one, he was doing it the normal way. But now that he is dead, he actually IS going into their universes, controlling them. Thanks, Yakovlev.
The creature is the Crymson King.In Stephen King's The Dark Tower, the Crymson King is a kind of lovecraftian entity that turns all it touch in pure chaos and madness. When the main character finally defeat the King in the final book, all that is left of him is a pair of red eyes, much like the ones in these stories. The King always had the ability to travel between the universes, so it would be easy to invade the cartoons.
The creature is RedBesides the obvious fact that Red corrupted a nostalgic NES game, the simularities between "Red" and "Red Mist" are very notable. Although, due to the introduction of the Transendance Project in Godzilla: Replayed, it's possible that the creature is whatever created the Transendance Project.
Jeff the Killer is a victim of HABIT.Homicidal insanity, seemingly supernatural strength and endurance, self-mutilation? Jeff has just been a vessel for HABIT for a long time now. GO TO SLEEP RABBITS
Jeff the Killer is a Snatcher.His apparent self-mutilation is just the snatchee's skin fitting incorrectly.
Jeff the Killer is a genetically-engineered being with implanted memories.His childhood memories? Killing his family? Never happened.
This is all being caused by some form of eldrich horrorAnd the Creepypastas are all the work of some form of misery spreading beast that travels the multiverse, that's why some of the stuff in the videos seem nearly impossible to fake, because IT ACTUALLY HAPPENED on another Earth, but as for how they got here...it's possible that their warnings sent by something else, something that wants to stop this evil before it shows up here, of course this is just a theory of mine, but personally I hope and pray it's just the result of a man with a very sick sense of humor or that they never happened at all...and you all should as well.
The killer in The Smiling Man in Black was the protagonist's fatherThe demonic entity that kills the abusive grandmother is described as inhuman, and leaves a gory mess all over the room. Yet after the protagonist faints, she wakes up to a spotless room while her unnaturally calm father tells her that her grandmother has passed on and is "in heaven now". He is far too collected to have just walked in on a gory crime scene in his own home. The demon is present at the grandmother’s funeral as well, but looks “more human this time”; the protagonist even gives him a smile in thanks for saving her. He is implied to watch over the protagonist guardian-angel style after this event as well, which certainly gives him a paternalistic spin. The fact that the killer is only described as monstrous one time, and only immediately after the protagonist’s failed suicide attempt and a resulting knock on the head, could indicate that the protagonist was either suffering from some kind of hallucination or psychotic episode, or that she invented the scenario as a coping device. Seeing a demon tearing her grandmother apart, while traumatic, would arguably be less difficult for her to process than walking in on her father killing her grandmother after finding out about the abuse.
The Rake and Slenderman are exes.This should be cannon.
Jane the killer was in love with LiuThe reason she hates Jeff is because she wants revenge for Liu'S death. And in line with one of the above WMG's, her insansity comes from HABIT tempting her on her vengful homocidal rampage.
Jeff will have a Morality Chain.Jeff vs Jane ends with Jane having a baby that is presumebly Jeff's. In that same one, Jeff makes no attempt to kill a baby in fact he pacifies it with a teddy bear. And odds are the baby won't look like Jeff because you can't inheirit scars. It might be a reminder of Jeff's former humanity, hell, he might even name it Liu.
The Ghost is the "Pokemon Black" is really...
what was behind "Abandoned by Disney":
"Gateway Of The Mind" is completely fabricated!
The author of Squidward's Suicide is a When They Cry fan.
The player could have saved all of Albert's roommates, but only saved Kaitlin and Albert.
Negative Mickey from Abandoned By Disney is actually a nice guy.It never really showed any malicious intent when he woke up. It simply stared at the guy for a while. My theory is that it was curious, because it had been so many years since he had seen another living being. While it was sizing the protagonist up, it saw how terrified he was. Now, if it knew how to interact with people, this is the point where it would calmly and gently assure him that it means no harm. However, since it spent most of its life locked up in that room, he's not exactly a social butterfly. So, instead, it tries breaking the ice with the guy by showing him what it considers a neat trick he can do: taking its own head off. It was saddened when the guy ran away...but then realized the door was still open. So, it happily left to try and make some friends out in the world.
Your Friend from a Sims 3 creepypasta is the Video Game Cruelty Punishment version of Laser-Guided Karma.
An alien came back with them in "Foreign Exchange Program"
Jane the Killer is a grown up BEK.
In Chinese Letters, the thing that caused the scratches and swung open the closet was in fact a highly dangerous Chinese Vampire...and the old man was trying to prevent it from leaving Chinese Hell.