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Meda's Creepy thread
I've been meaning to make this for awhile, but what better time than October? This is the thread dedicated to all things creepy and unsettling. Stuff you don't want to read in the dark but you end up doing anyway. Post about creepy occurances, unsolved mysteries, creepy pasta, paranormal stuff, creepy stuff that happened to you or someone you know, scary games and movies, sutff that scared you when you were a kid (and still might scare you now), etc.

I'll start by posting the story of Carolyn Cascio and how her plane vanished into thin air.

[quote]on June 7, 1964, when Carolyn Cascio flew her Cessna, with one passenger, from Nassau, Bahamas, destined for Grand Turk Island. This is a trip of 465 miles one way, southeast.

Keep in mind that all of the following is verifiably true.
Cascio left Nassau Airport, traveling southeast toward Cockburn Town, Grand Turk Island, and around her expected time of arrival, she radioed to Nassau Airport, firstly that her compass was
Genuinely creepy story, nice find.

As for me, I don't know of any creepy story off-hand, and my life has been rather devoid of odd stories, aside from when I wake up in the middle of the night in the middle of a nightmare and still think I'm in it for a couple seconds. Sometimes I think there's a dead body on my couch, but it turns out it's just my body pillow. :3

Off the top of my head, some of the most legit scares I've had were;

- In House on Haunted Hill, an old 1999 movie, the room/machine that turns people crazy had a strong effect on me. Too bad I can't find a youtube clip of it : (

- The Face, in Silent Hill 4.
Even now I got chills looking at the video.
The two most recent Creepy Pastas that have sent chills down my spine are Pokemon Creepy Black and BEN.

Pokemon Creepy Black is the story of how one guy found a supposedly haunted Pokemon hack cartridge in which he obtains a ghost Pokemon that kills both the Pokemon and its trainer. The player keeps using Ghost until the very end, where he was treated to an additional scene of the trainer as an old man in a world filled with tombstones. He then gets to his house where he is treated to an image of all the Pokemon and trainers he killed during the adventure, all while listening to a slowed down version of the Lavender Town theme song. The ghost then appears to fight him, and kills the trainer. The game then resets itself and starts the game once more, with the same data gone. The story then ends with the player seeing to red lights on his Game Boy, and a message that said...

"Ghost has cursed... YOU"

BEN is the famous Majora's Mask creepypasta where the game cartridge was haunted by the spirit of a boy who was murdered in some way, and it is represented through the Link statue. This I knew from the beginning it was fake, but Majora's Mask is the only game to have given me nightmares. Not Silent Hill, not Resident Evil, but Majora's Mask did it. The game has a very creepy presence, and this story doesn't help it.

Both stories have videos on YouTube.
One time I read something on a message board that was super fucking creepy.

Agora Wrote:but it turns out it's just my body pillow.
Want to see pics? >:)

And you're right, Pedro, the Majora's Mask BEN thing really did a number on me as well, even though it was fake. It haunted my thoughts for days.
Never heard about Pokemon Creepy Black, though, I'll have to look into that!
"I'll have to look into that!"
Not too bad, but lacks actual footage, the guy should have put more effort into this.
Not sure if it truly counts as creepy but this is something I did as a writing exercise a few months back.

"I can picture in my mind a world without war, a world without hate. And I can picture us attacking that world, because they'd never expect it."
- Jack Handey
The internet is a woefully unexplored method of storytelling, but that's starting to change. Here's a recent story that's been making rounds.

[QUOTE]NetNostalgia Forum - Television (local)

Subject: Candle Cove local kid
I checked out Candle Cove a few months back. Pretty cool stuff. Someone even made a youtube video claiming to be lost footage. I guess Marble Hornets is supposed to be pretty good too but I haven't found the time. There is a lot of content there.

re: the internet as a storytelling medium. Old but good, Ted's Caving Page.
"I can picture in my mind a world without war, a world without hate. And I can picture us attacking that world, because they'd never expect it."
- Jack Handey
ffffff, I was going to post Ted's caving page next. Guess I'll have to pull out some personal tales pretty soon.

To expand on the caving story, it's one of the first creepypastas ever, but there's some confusion/controversy. A couple of people have been trying to claim it as their own and the most popular alternate version is The Fear of Darkness by "Thomas Lera," which I'm guessing was written by someone that didn't like the original 'ending.' One or more people have been spreading misinformation that Ted "stole" the story, but he eventually spoke out on it.. I guess it's pretty good when someone not only steals your old angelfire fiction, but also tries to discredit you by pretending they wrote the story over a decade beforehand.

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