Well /x/, it's Halloween again, which means for the third year running it's time for me to upload my collection. We'll start off the night with the main event and largest drop in terms of content, the text folder. It contains, among other things, 62 un-screencapped stories and nearly 4,000 Nope stories of various categories, up around 800 from last year.
As the night goes on there'll be further uploads, such as screencapped stories, full books, images, and music. Happy Halloween, /x/.
>62 un-screencapped stories and nearly 4,000 Nope stories of various categories, up around 800 from last year
You crazy goddamn bastard. I admire your dedication. I'm kind of like that, but having had various computers die on me the last few years, I've lost a lot of shit. Maybe I can recover some this way.
In the meantime, general Halloween thread. Post scary stories, nopes, images - anything relevant. Last year the thread was around for a long time, hopefully this one will be as good.
quick question OP, do you have that gift from anon that was pics from an auction he bought? I can't remember time or date but it was costly to the anon who bought them.
sorry, I can not remember the year it was gifted to Anons, it was bought at a high price auction, I think southebys(sp?) It consisted of a group of photos, well i can't remember them all...but it was a very interesting set. He claimed they were originals. If i remember right, in that thread he posted the auction, the amount spent etc etc.
I lost a lot of the good stuff from /x/ awhile back and am trying to rebuild.
-thanks anon if you are out there and have it.
In trying to be economical with regards to file size, I haven't uploaded the video section of the collection, but this is one that I really want to give more attention. It's an excellent psychological horror short.
Thanks, that means a lot to hear. =)
Dolls, Mannequin, Etc...
Misc. - All the general 5SPOOKY6U stuff.
These are other folders I didn't initially upload because the collections were either small, or too niche. Still, uploading them is no trouble, and if you see anything you like, I'll gladly put it up.
if you have to ask, then i guess you don't know or don't have it. those who were here will know. I myself only remember it was a set of pictures bought for a high price. It was a set of "rare" originals. creepy shit. the memory of them are dim to me but thinking about it..
>a kid in a cornfield with a would be killer
>a person hanging from an industrial type building near water
(pic not related)
Would love to get my hands on the invisible mother folder, post mortem and locations. I guess misc too becaus its a surprise? And thank YOU for doing this for the sake of community, becaus that means alot to me. :)
Bro fist reciprocated.
Comin' right up!
Invisible Mother Photography
Reverse image search didn't turn up much, except for this comment.
"Its not a house, it is what remains of a college. This is an old picture, the front of the building is falling off now and the place is a deathtrap."
Heh, wish I could be there. I've always wanted to see the forests of Scandinavia.
Alright guys, bit of an intermission. Working on something cool and possibly nostalgic. =)
no, the manager is more than likely the killer, the narrator is now dead/ trapped in the building with all the other spirits, doomed to repeat the last days/moments of life.
This is taking a little longer than expected, but I'm sure enough it'll get done now to show it.
Anyone remember this books? Recently I remembered it from 2nd grade and just had to order it. It came from a library that was going to trash it, almost feels like an adoption. Anyway, once I'm done getting the file size down I'll be uploading it, along with some other books.
Here you go, though unfortunately there's not much in it. I should really work on expanding some of these.
Actually, I do have one pretty creepy exploration vid from King's Park Psychiatric. Nothing paranormal on camera, but we did have some weird stuff happen while we were there.
To skip to the more interesting/spooky parts, they are - 3:07, 4:00, 7:14, 8:50, 9:18, and 10:25.
Pic related, though this building isn't on video.
Encyclopedia of Vamps, Werewolves and others if any anons want.
Alright, time for the books. All of these come with illustrations.
The Scary Stories Treasury
In A Dark, Dark Room
The Ghost of Nicholas Greebe
>2 seconds in
>lol i bet he becomes the man in the woods because a kid at the school was a dick
>he becomes the man in the woods because a kid at the school was a dick
how is this "psychological horror"?
is this some meta shit where the real horror is that retarded parents are real?
im gonna point out that the top picture is actually real. there have been successful dog head transplants and successful two+ headed dog creations.
scientists tried doing head transplants on monkeys, but the monkeys always ended up paralyzed from the neck down because they had to cut the nerves in their spines
Why would you put a dog head in a huge robotic suit?
Who's up for some music? The main directory is 18 songs with lyrics, Instrumental subfolder with another 18, and 9 fun ones.
an empty elks lodge. think of the elk.
an abandoned school. they turned this delightfully dilapidated place into residential space.
this place is literally called "Count's House". Very spoopy.
very spoopy with rounded corners.
Thanks for the dump OP this is great, gonna download a lot of this ice I get home, any chance you happen to have house of leaves? Been meaning to read it. Either way thanks again and happy halloween
thanks to all who are dumping. rebuilding intensifying.
spoopy cage for derelicts at abandoned state police headquarters
(not OP btw, just contributing some OC from some of my adventures)
an abandoned national guard armory. the souls of a million people who couldn't pay for college haunt these hallways. very spoopy.
Screencapped stories, divided into two parts because of MediaFire's 200mb limit.
Videogame and TV Show Related Stories
Good luck rebuilding!
Happy trails, explorer.
abandoned house. surrounded by farm fields the house was not visible from the road. accessible only via 3/4 mile private driveway.
Halloween mansion. Spoopy.
Nope General 2 
If it wasn't for my little sister remembering this too...
>Night my grandfather died
>Sick, cancer. He smoked, worked on a nuclear sub, wasn't lung cancer but they said the radiation was culprit
>Standard downward spiral (first family 'rotting' death so at the time was jarring)
>He comes back (didn't know this happened before death) and seemed chipper, happy.
>me and little sister yay, go upstairs to play space quest on old computer.
>Dad comes up, it's time to say goodbye
>Many tears, standard so far.
Later that night.
>Family talking of plans, people here for grandpa.
>Feel an odd importance coming from ajar basement door.
>Open it up, stairwell with shelves on the right, board games and vinyls.
>On top, pink book. Can't remember title. All about hexes, rituals, softcover. Howto's with chants and everything. From simple to extensive.
>Find bottles with numbered labels and odd powder in them, some like splintered granules. Also one bottle with three tiny animal skulls with no teeth or lower jaw
>Little sister comes to check on me, sees me sitting on stair with bottles, show her book and where I found it. All in easy access to the door.
>She takes book, and we move down to pool table. She finds book has some scary rituals, things involving sickness, and failure to heal.
>Stupid kids. Find one for luck, just to try. Has a chant and she did something with water. We try it, get dice out of monopoly. Has me call a number as she rolls, and rolls the number each time.
>Die goes flying off table off one roll, ricochets somewhere by furnace, gone...
>We're both pale.
>Hide the book in monopoly, say nothing
We spend the night in the house comforting grandma, but we share glances to the basement...
Next morning, before sun rises we're both up. We talk about it and decide to go back down.
>Holy... , basement is torn to shreds. Like someone turned it inside out.
>Broken vinyls, laundry all over, old childhood toys taken out of boxes, boxes stacked on pool table. Find broken glass on cement and only trace of anything is what I thought was a broken piece of one of the skulls.
>Every board game except monopoly and hi ho cherrio is in pieces (only two left in house now), cardboard flattened.
>We open monopoly, book is gone.
>nope out of there, poker face everyone, say nothing about mess.
Next time we're visiting, we talk to my brother and his girlfriend down there. His girlfriend finds it all exciting, but the three grandkids are just grim. My brother lays accusation about grandmother, nothing but suspicion.
But, the basement was just wrecked. And no one ever asked us what happened down there, or commented on it whatsoever.
I've thought long and hard about it, and I keep thinking it was a dream. Yet my little sister remembers it, every detail. My brother remembers us asking about it. And still the only two games in the house are those two.
I honestly don't know what to think.
an abandoned train station. surely a sign of more prosperous times.
oh my god man. I have been wanting/meaning to get the scary stories books for a while now. Thank you and thank you for everything in this thread. I'll probably still buy them, but it's nice to be able to look at them now
a Quaker burial ground. where the dead have watched you for 150 years
someone is killing someone else in this picture. around the quietest corners.
more oc. an abandoned theater. you could almost feel the ghosts of people walking out of Battlefield Earth.
where a lot of the shearing goes on. sheep, yak, human flesh.
Thanks for all of this amazing work! If you're still around, would you mind uploading the animals & cryptids folder and the clowns folder? I really appreciate all of this most honorable friend
an overgrown bridge, just happened upon along the river. it wasn't high enough to jump from but I imagine all sorts of nefarious things going on there.
there was something in the woods that day. watching me. i couldn't quite make it out. i don't think the camera picked it up. truthfully, I haven't even checked.
Whoops, my mistake.
This is a perfect opportunity to test my time travel charm. If I did this correctly, you should find it here.
I guess I could contribute some OC. It may be boring and well known, but I wanted to type it up in case someone has not heard of it.
Rezső Seress was a very depressed panist that had just been left by his beloved. The following sunday while he was composibg by the piano he wrote a melody that was based purely on the depressing reality that he perceived. He called his work "Gloomy sunday". The song can be found here: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PIOat9w8Mtk
The song has later become well-known and has had many re recordings. But at the time when the original melody was released in Hungary, 1933, a string of suicides followed. It was believed that listening to the song would allow one to feel Seress' feelings during the time at which he wrote it. The Hungarians already stricken with grief and misfortune were thought not to be able to handle Seress' pain. It was later banned but in these modern times it can be found as originaly recorded in 1933. Listen to the tune at your own risk. I myself have bipolar disorder and I had a depressive episode after hearing the song. I cannot say it was because of the tune, but it was the first episode in many years. And by far the worst I have had.
a crumbling grange hall on the rural plains of northern illinois
this abandoned building was in the middle of an abandoned town
an abandoned jail. the tortured souls of the damned still linger in the cells.
Hey, I'm wondering if ny of you could help me find a video i've been looking for. I remember seeing it on the internet some years ago. It was about a sorta treasure hunt based on some medievil tale (I believe it was the pardoner's tale). Anyway there was a young guy who tried to find the treasure (it was like a million pounds or something) and who vlogged about the places he went and the clues he gathered. Then there was another British guy who narrated the story. This might be a pretty vauge description, but I know some of you must have seen it.
more Illinois oc
>they call it the cupola house.
>runaway slaves took refuge there in the days before the emancipation.
>walked the grounds, couldn't help but feel watched, snapped this photo
>in the days of the underground railroad, a lantern used to hang in the cupola,
>lantern lit, it was safe to stop
>if there was no light, the cupola house was not safe.
>beneath the front porch was a secret entrance to a secret passage
>passage led to an underground shelter
>the house has been reported to be inhabited by some kind of malevolent presence for years.
A very good creepypasta that is better to listen to than to read.
Abandoned by Disney
this abandoned bridge in rural Illinois has become a popular local suicide spot, especially when the river below is raging
>cupola house is uninhabited at the time I visit
>hang around the grounds with my gf until the blue hour
>get some pics
>head back to car as it gets dark
>look up at cupola and notice this wispy apparition.
>no other pics besides one posted.
>locals say the cupola still lights up late at night
>they believe whatever is in there is beckoning people
not really much else to tell
this old high school was it's town's first. years after it was abandoned the bodies of three missing local children were found in the building's upper floors. the school district has been unable to raise the money necessary for demolition
No big, just having some fun.
Google Maps Glitched Town
>it's called lone manor, or just the meadows
>the lone manor at the end of the long, lonely driveway
>built in 1869 the original owner occupied it for just a few years
>he died under uncertain circumstances
>the manor passed from owner to owner, oft rented out to tenant farmers
>over the years the home gained a reputation
>it was on cursed land, they'd say
>it should have never been built, they'd say
>stay away from the meadows, mothers admonished their children
>and they did
>after the last renter moved out in 1949 it stood abadoned
>a site that attracted local teens looking for a good time
>and those with an interest in the occult
>the rumors persisted over the years
>about the strange goings ons at the manor
>people died there
>all through its history
>situated as it was near a busy railroad, and later, and expressway
>catastrophe just happened there
>around the manor
>one famous early 20th century train crash killed a prominent chicago architect at this site
>stories swirled about dark rituals being performed at the lone manor
>no one knew if they were true
>a few years back an older, retired couple bought the abandoned and mistreated house
>they swore they'd fix it up
>the story goes that the first night they stayed there they fled the home with only the clothes on their backs and their car
>they haven't been heard from locally since
Here is some myths and legends gaymer junk for the anons who dare.
I mess with it for the feels.
webm made just for this. ask and you shall receive. it's clean. it will melt your mind.
>the state hospital for the incruable insane
>this hospital was home to a well liked gravedigger at the turn of the 20th century
>gravedigger died suddenly
>patients, staff, hundreds of people turn up for the funeral
>new gravediggers attempt to lower casket into grave
>suddenly a crying sound starts coming from the only tree in the graveyard
>everyone looks up and sees the dead guy standing next to the tree
>everyone there claims to have seen it
>including the hospital's director
>so convinced is the crowd and the gravediggers that they check the casket
>crying sound stops
>well-liked, and dead, gravedigger's corpse is intact and in coffin
>within days the tree begins to die
>many times the hospital attempts to remove the tree
>but no worker can, because the tree won't stop crying
>eventually the tree is struck down by lightning
>hospital director eventually pens book about the ghostly happenings at the asylum
>it was known by a million different names
>but the sign said appel, so we called it appel mill
>in the middle of god's country
>far western fringes of Illinois
>nice stream, Rock Creek (one of many in the state), have a late picnic lunch
>twilight is approaching as we finally make it up to the mill
>we'd all heard the stories
>but intrepid explorers are not easily dissuaded
>within 100 yds we all heard it
>a distinct knocking
>from inside what we assumed was an empty mill
>reach mill, knocking is very loud, out and out banging
>look at fellow explorers
>bout to nope
>all of sudden two second floor windows and attic window break outward
>glass rains down a few feet in front of us
>turn and sprint back to car
>get in car, drive away, never look back
>still gives me spoopy chills
something followed me all day. just ahead of the bend in the stream. under the rocky outcropping. something was there. on the edge of my vision. teasing my senses. I don't know if the camera picked it up. to tell you the truth, I haven't even checked.
I kept trying to convince myself it wasn't there. whatever it was. I kept hiking. taking pictures. good little granola boy explorer. but I couldn't shake the feeling. i was being watched. i was being followed. so i went up. maybe whatever it tailed me was actually following the river. maybe the bluff would provide harbor
the incline was steady at first, then steep. just as it became difficult I came upon these stairs. obviously man-made. obviously. where do they go? they go up. I went up, all the while a nagging at the back of my mind kept reminding me that there was, indeed, something right behind me. teasing my senses.
cont...(if anyone's with me) been unloading OC in this thread. all IL related
I reached the top of the stairs and could immediately see that the area opened into some kind of clearing. looked back down the stairs. hear splashing in the water far below. just fish. just fish. I entered the clearing, and it was far larger than really should have been possible.
at the top of this abnormal clearing was a perfectly manicured little plot of land. upon it sat this little colonial revival house, nearby a water pump. modern chairs, air conditioner. it seemed inhabited. but it wasn't. i didn't even feel like I was in the same forest anymore. and for the moment had forgotten about my pursuer.
1/2 pics of the house's interior, showing it weirdly uninhabited despite the signs of life all about.
2/2 pics of the house's interior, showing it weirdly uninhabited despite the signs of life all about.
as I lurked about my uneasy feeling from before overcame me. I'd have to get out of the forest before dark and the further away from the river I was the further away from leaving I was. so I walked around behind the house, intent on one last look around.
around the back of the house was the cemetery pictured here. most of the graves were from the same era, 1830s up to about the 1860s. many were illegible and I was definitely weirded out in the moment. I was snapping a few pictures when I heard a rustling in the bushes, away from the direction of the river. I looked up but I couldn't quite see it. I knew it was there. but it just teased my senses. tantalized my vision. whatever it was didn't want to be seen.
Admittedly I only browse /x/ maybe once or twice a year and one of those times is always on Halloween. I got the collection/dump last year and I'm glad to see there's another one this year.
Thank you, anon! Any time my power goes out or my internet is down I freak myself out by reading everything in these.
I know. I was being followed by something. The house made the whole thing all the eerier. yes there were some cars there but it was oddly empty. probably just coincidence. regardless, people are such dicks, the story goes unfinished.
Your story fell apart. It's just boring. Work on your narration, or give us some interesting pics. Not just a bunch of hiking pictures with a cryptic sentence for us to look for shit thats not there
I have them all.
Anon, youre the best Anon. I thank you for your help.
Wow, thanks guys! I just checked MF and found that the text folder has 550 downloads. This is BY FAR the most successful year yet. Also, it looks like there's a couple of large threads that I didn't notice, so building for next year is already off to a pretty good start.
Thanks a ton for the dump and for fulfilling the request! Saving all.
Cheers for all those links guys, you are saving me a lot of work.