sorry, it was there when I saved it.
here's a spookythread classic
much thanks, anon. I saved it and deleted the one with the red circle
can we get one with a red stick figure drawn in, with the circle as the head?
Hmm now I think I liked it better without, but I'm not sure. Are you able to make the red circle flicker on and off? Because at the moment I think it's still completely ruined.
I've lived in a couple haunted houses (I'm a grad student, and sometimes you can get cheap rent if the previous two or three groups of tenants moved out because of ghost stuff).
One place I lived as an undergrad was a house I rented with some friends. The previous tenants had moved out in the middle of the month and left furniture and odds and ends, including a full length mirror in my bedroom. I moved the mirror to the basement, it always seemed like there was something in the mirror's reflect that wasn't in the room. A few weeks after I moved the mirror, I was home alone and heard a crashing sound from the basement. I checked it out, the mirror had shattered as if it had been struck from behind. It was leaned against the wall of the basement, it would have been impossible to hit it from the back.
I cleaned up the mirror shards and mentioned it to my roommates when they got home. We all had similar spooky experiences, one door in the hallways opened by itself when you were alone and everyone was creeped out by that hallway.
this story's pretty long but it's really cool
listen to some spooky ambient music while reading
the same house, a few months later. my roommates were married and had a kid, they married and she got pregnant in high school (not necessarily in that order). all four of us were watching tv in the living room, when the door in the hallways opened. the kid ran to the hallway and said "hi, my name is ____, what's yours?" the parents grabbed the kid and went to a Dennys to get out of the house, and we never spoke of it again
Fuck cant zoom in far enough to read on my phone
someone posted a creepypasta a few years ago about a trip to the morgue, I was on my phone and didn't save it. the guy in the story was harvesting eyes, ears, and brains from courses for some ritual that would give him knowledge seen and heard by those organs.
the creepy part was the description of cutting into corpses, how the morgue was cold to limit decomposition but the heat from cutting and sawing warmed up the corpses. it was pretty graphic with the description of the smell and texture of warming corpses
THIS IS REAL ( schizophrenic loose around the world):
And worst of all is that he just opened the comments and comments like:
>We are going to attack the heart and the only way to stop >is that you come to collect revenge with us
>Atte: the children of a kindergarten
Supposedly, there's a five hour long director's cut of Inland Empire. if you watch it, you'll never be seen again, but your name will appear in the credits of the next David Lynch project
Matthew Lillard and Amanda Seyfriend tried watching the movie. I went to check on them but they were gone. they must have got bored and left
This reminds me of a Thread from a while back w/ pics of some Anon taking a photo record of an abandoned mausoleum he found buried on his property. it was pretty convincing, the thread 404'd and i dont think there was a conclusion.
The photos had pics of old doors made of wood and stone, a crypt with some unsetting old statues...
I wish I could give more info, but stood out IMO.
Are you telling me the Russians tried to make a fucking dog mech
This painting is cursed, allegedly
I think creepypasta became a thing because of 4chan, but the best stuff doesn't always become popular. something lame and generic like this picture will get reposted more than a cool OC like the mausoleum
Where any of you fags here for this?
Hey man, do you have more???? /x/ sucks nowadays and that greentext gave me just what i was looking for haha
I guess so the story comes full circle
Can you imagine falling head first into a hole like that, and getting stuck part way down? Unable to move or get out or do any thing. That thought is more terrifying than any of these shitty "figure hidden in the dark" pics
I think the picture is from Russia, they are supposedly 'unexplained' but are probably related to mining
>press face against plate of scanner
>roll face with scanning bar
>print result on high gloss photographic quality paper
>trim side to edge of face
>roll up and tape together
>place in pickle jar
I think the hole goes straight down, they're a side effect of deep mining or nuclear tests. Russia detonated nuclear bombs underground to see what would happen, and weird holes that start underground and rise to the surface are a side effect
it is a test bore for mining
the right side of the picture is the top end of the bore hole
you can tell because there is vegetation and it is hanging towards the left side of the picture
but explaining it doesn't make less scary
they are several hundred meters deep
if you fall in you might not die because you can slow yourself on the sides
but there is no hope of rescue unless you get wedged in the first 50 meters
nice. that's actually a lot scarier than radioactive holes in Russia
It's suggesting that him coming back to his house to get the cat is what made him leave in the first place. He sees himself when he's in the bathtub. That's why you can never leave with any 'permanence'.
it would be cool to visit, saved the pic from a site that shares creepy pics and stories.
>Go to Philippines with girlfriend to meet her family for the first time
>The town they lived in is a mountainous region so there are bridges every couple of blocks
>The town was also occupied by the Japanese during World War 2
>One bridge if you looked off of it had a Japanese housing complex with a lot of the war symbols still somewhat clear
>Hear stories about the bridge being haunted by a woman in white who stands underneath the bridge calling out to people
>Two people in my girlfriends family claim to have seen her although
>One admitted to be drunk at the time so I just assume they imagined it
>Whole town takes the myth super seriously due to how many people report it including tourists
>There are actual signs saying not to use the bridge at night and multiple crosses on the bridge
>I was there for three weeks and in that time three people had fallen off the bridge at night and died
>One person in particular died not from falling but as I found out later from my girlfriends family a heart attack even though he was 29
>I called bullshit but they sent me a photo of the newspaper article
Philippines as a whole is a really creepy place when you go to the smaller towns away from the cities like I did. I personally still think its a coincidence all be it a creepy one but my girlfriend believes it and also claims that shes seen stuff before. I trust her purely because she believes it to the point that she actively either told me not to go somewhere or locked certain parts of the house we stayed at where shes seen stuff so I couldn't enter those rooms.
Dude my net buddy Alex Campbell(name altered) had some fucked scary stories. Wish he /b/rowsed. I can't even remember any. But I believe u, The Philippines have some crazy spooky stories.
I believe in ghosts, but it's not always a ghost. people pick up more sensory input than we can process, and sometimes we try to process the excess input. there's a story from the Phillippines from ten or more years ago (I picked up some small scale publication newspapers on spooky happenings at a used book store a few years ago) is that two kids said they saw the Virgin Mary near a hill, and Mary said she would return the next day. a lot of townspeople showed up, and the kids saw the Virgin Mary and the adults said they saw a UFO. it was probably neither, but there was something that human minds couldn't process very well that they saw
In the town I stayed at there was also a gorgeous three story white house that sadly has become overgrown with weed due to no one wanting to own it because it's apparently haunted. I never saw someone outside that house on the sidewalk during my time there however I did see people cross the road so they didn't have to cross the footpath of the house. Some kids looked like they were going to try and touch the front corner of the fence but then a group of people ran over yelling at them to get away from the house.
Outside of this and the bridge the only really creepy thing I dealt with was that I had to avoid eye contact or keep my eyes closed entirely while driving through a town due to it apparently being full of witches
I try to post a spooky thread on /b/ once a week, on a Wednesday or Thursday. it would be cool to see the pics from the abandoned theme park, I hear it's like walking through a cemetary at night except less cheerful and more spooky
Like I had a ton. Now I can't seem to find them. Shit I want to go there soon. It literally puts a happy feeling in you but a feeling also there is something dark there too. It was amazing.
Dude go with the adults on this one. Aliens tend to show up as peaceful symbols to the person if they have a fragile mind. Take this Navajo story as an example
>medicine women is walking around doing her rounds for business as usual
>enter blue light that makes the morning darkness fade for a bit
>out of this strange starlight arrives a disc
>she says"angels" but she means to say
>these aliens walked out of the disc and spoke to her
>giving her a message to all her people
>we are eroding as a race and must revitalize our ancient ways or perish
Now its coming true. In 50 years the Navajo will disappear. Maybe sooner but when we all vanish just know that aliens were responsible in some way. Hell there's lots of civilizations that seem to vanish over night. And yes the way its originally worded it seemed like a threat rather then a simple warning.
... is that a face on the far left in the blackness? peeking out of the water? fuck me, reminds me of IT
we've covered a wide range of spookycreepy stuff. the screenshot is of an anon posting inflatable sex dolls of cartoon characters. reverse image search doesn't give any matches, which means the pic is OC from the anon's room
I've been drinking, and have started asking existential questions. like 'what is rum' and 'why are there empty rum bottles all over my floor'
a lot of Native knowledge is taught through religious stories, and gets dismissed by western scientists. a lot of Natives believe in 'harmony with nature' but that knowledge is being discovered by scientists, who call it social ecological systems. the Native beliefs about the old ways recognize that all the parts of an ecosystem are important- the insects spread pollen for plants and the birds eat the insects, the plants provide food for animals which provide food for other animals, etc. modern industrial agriculture destroys ecosystems and replaces them with monoculture agriculture, and nearby ecosystems are hurt by the loss of birds and plants and insects.
in Canada, there was a really bad pine beetle infestation a few years ago. Natives went to a group of university scientists two years before it started, and said 'our stories tell us when these things happen the pine beetles will be a big problem soon after.' the scientists dismissed it, because the information was passed down for hundreds of years through religious stories.
so if you want spooky, there is a lot information about climate and ecosystems that is ignored. and people think if you drive a hybrid and eat organic gluten free food you're fighting climate change
glorified "share this post in 10 days and your dream girl will be yours"
otherwise autists will think it's a YLYL thread
You know, I never believed in alien bullshit. I mean, I always believed aliens existed, but the fact that they would seem so similar to human beings was just laughable instead of some sort of intelligent gas or spectrum of light we can't even perceive.
Friend of mind who was always halfway intelligent used to tell me me a story of when he was 6 and how he a had a 'dream' where he was walking through his house and there was a black cloud that was 'flickering'. It covered him and felt like he was taken to some room and then he woke up at like 1pm that Sunday morning all fucked up. I always laughed at him and called him a fucking faggot if he believed that shit.
2 years back hes with a friend of mine and they're driving through the rocky mountains, lightning storm, buddy he's with says they saw a spinning triangle in the sky. I laugh, call him a faggot.
goes to the hospital a year ago and has to get an emergency procedure done. His pelvis is filled with water, they take a giant ass syringe and shove it into him. Doctors say they have no fucking idea how it happened. Friend just looks at me, says nothing. Both thinking the same thing. Makes me wonder.
>An old Japanese
stopped reading. Only thing scary about that place is those fishhead robots they classify as humans. Im always cheering for the ghosts or demons in those films and of course, Godzilla.
Fuck. They used to abduct my mom a lot. She even says to this day that they removed her right foot halfway up the calf and replaced it with a synthetic flesh foot. And there is a really small line right where she says the fake flesh begins. She also had my dad dig a metal bar out of her arm. One thing I know, when they know you see them, they use some powerful wave to fuck your mind up. It almost feels like having a seizure while remaining lucid.
my first year as a phd student I had an apartment with some friends. one of the guys left for the summer, and locked his door when he left. at night, something would try to open the door from the inside, then would bang on the door when the door didn't open. the rest of us starting leaving the apartment around ten and getting back after midnight to avoid the spooky thing trying to escape the room
each bedroom had a lock, the apartment complex rented to students and it was individual leases. so you would have to be inside the room, like whatever was trying to get out, to unlock the door
>implying it's made so it's impossible to open the door from the outside
>implying if there's an emergency, like something banging from the inside, there's still no way
>still not explaining how friend locked it when he left
shut the fuck up please.
i'm guessing you still live with your folks- each person had a key to the front door, and a different key to their bedroom. I drove him to the airport, so I knew he wasn't in the room.
none of the pictures in the thread are as scary as poor quality trolling by summerfolk
Nope, been living on my own last 10 years. Your story is full of shit. You just said earlier you can only unlock the door from the inside, which doesn't make sense.
There is a landlord or maintenance guy that will have access to the room and if there's fucking banging coming from inside and you know the guy isn't there, how do you not get one of those to come. Oh, but I guess it wouldn't be a story then kek
I just laugh imagining the friend coming home and being like, you heard fucking banging from my room and didnt do anything about it faggot?
You keep making it sound like if there was an emergency it would be impossible to get into this room as if it were a fucking bank vault.
i'll try to explain this, in a way a summerfolk pretending to be an adult can understand:
there were four bedrooms, each one of which could be locked from inside the bedroom. each had different locks, they were individual leases for students. if there was an emergency you could call someone from property management to get into a room, but we knocked on the door and asked if anyone was inside the first few times the door tried to open. the apartment was on the fourth (top) floor with no balcony, in theory if a window was open you could get into the room from the roof but that was unlikely.
1. this is a spooky thread, and spooky stories are shared. something trying to open the door from the inside, when no one is in the room, is considered spooky
2. anyone who is over 18 should be able to grasp the basics needed to understand the story
Not the guy but how does the story not make sense? If the landlord rents the apartment to students then bedrooms would have the locks on the inside to ensure that nobody without the key could get in. I feel like your restroom doesn't have a lock.
I don't necessarily care about that part. The fact that they don't check it out just doesn't make any sense at all. If they heard banging and went in and nothing was there, it'd be spooky. But the fact they are just like 'oh, it's banging, probably a ghost or some shit, but we won't check it out, def not a wild animal or black guy' feels like borderline autism.
Jesus, that picture legitimately does start fucking with you if you stare at it long enough while thinking about the story. I don't even like scrolling past the thumbnail now. Try focusing attention on one eye for a couple minutes then switching to the other. Fuck.
Well if i was in his position i'd probably do nothing either. No wild animal or person would be banging on the door. While calling the landlord to check it out would've been smart, it clearly doesn't change the fact that from the time he left till the time he got home that some was banging on the door like their life depended on it.
>i'd probably do nothing either
I'm not surprised kek
I literally just glanced over the picture and felt an IMMEDIATE shiver. I've got goosebumps all over my body atm as I went back and took a look at the full picture and not just the thumbnail; for whatever reason my body is 100% terrified at the momment; I'm shivering, legs have got the tingly numb feeling, and fight or flight has definatly started to kick in.
Mentally I'm fine; but for whatever reasons my instincts do NOT like that picture.
it's from an abandoned theme park, another anon will try to post pics of the park in a future thread
the movie Return to Oz is worth checking out, it's more of a dark fantasy than a horror movie but it's really dark for a Disney movie. it started with Dorothy being sent to an insane asylum for shock treatment, and when she returns to Oz everyone has been turned to stone.
does anyone else not find any of these scary, like I have no reaction to any of them at all? I think I've just seen too much messed up stuff.
Also there is so few horror movies that make me scared anymore.
there are a few horror movies that might be worth checking out. Get Out is nicely done, it's a new take on the white people move into a haunted house story. a black guy dating a white girl goes to meet her parents, and one of his black friends warns him not to go into the house. it's not haunted, but he knows he should get out and doesn't. it's well done all around. and the Blackcoat's Daughter is pretty good, it jumps between characters a lot but ties it all together at the end.