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No. 112 [Reply]

Boy, was I just spooked! I was taking a nightwalk, when my neighbor called out my name, asking if it was me! I said yep and hurried home.
He probably thinks I'm a creepy weirdo. Then again, I guess I am, huh?
When was the last time you were spooked?
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I kept getting paranoid the other night after smoking some dabs. Kept thinking I was hearing someone trying to get inside but then realized it was the wind.


I got spooked just about an hour ago while I was taking out the trash. I ended up I guess accidentally stepping on a mouse as I heard something sqeak, I freaked out. Next thing I know a cat out of nowhere grabs it and scurries off with it in it's mouth. Just kind of a strange odd experience. I was also pretty tense to begin with as bears have been really bad here lately coming into residential areas.


I thought someone was watching me today, I was outside alone by the lake.. in the dark.. ran to my car and locked the doors so fast


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This morning was pretty spooky. My mother started listening to a DND series inspired by Darkest Dungeons called Dark Dice. The DM explains that It's semi-scripted, but god that lets the narrator really settle the atmosphere and the story telling with the sound effects is very spooky.


shiiieeeet! And I thought I had a spooky day. Same sentiments as >>212

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No. 340 [Reply]

>Be me
>Be 13
>In bed, trying to go to sleep
>Roll over in bed, now facing my open door and dark hallway
>Start to doze off when I hear a scuffling noise
>Thinks it's my dog, so I pat my bed and whistle for her to come
>Scuffling suddenly stops, and I see the faint silhouette of a small human in my doorway
>I screech in absolute terror
>Mom and dad come running, turn on hallway light
>Nothing is there
Hope y'all liked my story


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as a general rule of thumb, aliese, DO NOT LINK YOUR ACTUAL EMAIL IN IMAGEBOARDS


Hewwo what did it look like. Big head? Fuzzy?



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No. 351 [Reply]

I have a horrifying, almost debilitating fear of gray aliens. I have a giant fear of being abducted from my bedroom at night and seeing these things. I've been put on medication for it that it's become such an overwhelming fear of mine.
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Honestly didn't think of it like that. I think it's possible that they are living totally normal lives and maybe only a select would be working for the government, but the concept I'm truly afraid of is being paralyzed and taken against my will. What if they kill me by accident? What happens if someone can't find me? I don't want to create that kind of panic.


Think about benevolent Nordic aliens instead. Though maybe they haven't been seen since the 50s because the world has been going to hell in a handbasket.


Damn I wish aliens would take me. They have such cool tech.


I used to be like this as child but I though the moon as an evil god that could summon abstract horrors to kill me or abduct me into a sort of black purgatory of nothingness


I personally don't think "greys" would have any type of emotional response at all. If anything they'd have a specific type of programming hivemind and follow whatever the agenda for their colony may be.

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No. 49 [Reply]

I have to keep my bathroom door closed at all times because I'm afraid ghosts might come out of the mirror when the bathroom is dark.
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I have OCD when it comes to doors. I don't worry about ghosts but I do get a very uneasy feeling of paranoia when a door is open around me.


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I have frosted glass doors, so even if I close them I vividly see-imagine the ghost standing behind it. The only way I can relax and sleep is to pull the covers over my head and face the wall.

I had none of these fears when I was a kid. Is it stress?


Realizing the source of what you were scared of always gives me a good laugh. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and jump out of bed because I think there are bugs/bees in my bed. Once I calm down (usually 20 minutes), I just shake my head and laugh a bit.


Ironically, I stare at myself in my bathroom mirror in the dark. I tend to feel a source of power as I watch my face shapeshift into something unrecognizable.


I could never have frosted glass doors..I need all the doors to be locked and all the blinds drawn as soon as it gets dark, or else "something" will see me

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No. 325 [Reply]

It's soon Halloween, what are you planning to do ?
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I might stay home and give candy to trick or treaters, Imma dress up as dr chicken. Chicken mask, lab coat.


Not exactly obscure, but the original evil dead trilogy is pretty good. Also listen to hp lovecrafts audiobooks on YouTube is pretty good too.


I'm a fan of the Evil Dead trilogy. I even have the Dreamcast and PS2 games. Might play the games though, hasn't been too long since I last watched the films.


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I just moved into my first place and I've been really excited to celebrate different holidays here with my bf. We share an entrance with someone else so I'm not sure how handing sweets out will work or if it will even be a thing this year due to COVID but I'm definitely going to get pumpkins and make pumpkin soup from the insides. We have a projector so I'll probably line up a bunch of horror films or Halloween specials for us to watch. Might go for a walk in the local park and see if there are any bonfires or fireworks. Our place is really small so I didn't have the room to bring things like costumes or decorations but I'll do my best to mark the occasion!

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No. 299 [Reply]

credit: slimyswampghost

"the old dish at the airbase drew them in."
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Something really draws me in with this image.


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I actually forgot to put the source. It's from Kitty Horrorshow, but I'm unsure which game it is. It might be cover art for one of the Abandoned Cities bundles.

Source: Zdzisław Beksiński. Very good artist and a tragic story. Trigger warning for suicide if anyone would like to read about him.


Interesting, I'll have to read into it, and possibly try out the game. Thanks for the info.


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No. 59 [Reply]

Has anyone here ever had sleep paralysis? I ask because I recently took up practicing lucid dreaming and I'm afraid of accidentally entering sleep paralysis. I've heard some spooky stories and the common theme seems to be that they can't move and see a shadowy figure in their hallway, closet, above them, etc…

What are your experiences, and did you see the shadow man, or something else spookier?
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I've never had any figures before, and I hope I dont get any in the future.

I find I can get myself out of paralysis by wiggling my toes, though I may be unique in this. Eventually it wakes up my ankle and from there my legs are able to and I just wake up my body.

I plan on taking up lucid dreaming too, I hope you find success in it!


My dad used to get a shocking amount of sleep paralysis and I've had a few times before. The first time I got it, I was probably 16 or so. I knew what it was thanks to threads like these and closed my eyes the second I knew what was going on. There was a sound of an almost grinding metal machinery that gained in volume the longer it went on. While this was happening, I did my best to move a body part as that kicks you out of it. In retrospect, I wish I saw what was causing this sound in my mind.
I've also had some sleep paralysis recently. That time I wanted to see what would happen if I kept my eyes open. I saw what I could only describe as a shadow man darting around my kitchen and felt utterly terrified. I felt like my heart was going to pop out of my chest to the point where I honestly thought I might have a heart attack if I kept my eyes open any longer than I did. Though that fear might have been baseless due to the horror I was feeling in the moment. Even then, it was pretty cool looking back on it.


I have it every so often, a couple of times in a row. It takes a lot of effort to settle down to the point I can actually fall asleep again. The only thing I've ever seen was a demonically roaring smoke cloud on the left side of my bed. I know to never open my eyes during an episode or it'll only make it worse.


Thought I was being abducted by aliens the first time I had it, a roaring buzzing noise and a persistent feeling of simultaneously being held down and pulled up. Extremely weird stuff.


I've experienced this before as I woke up it seemed as if my body was hovering quite a bit over my bed as I was seemingly close to the ceiling. I couldn't move and my body felt unusually stiff. As I closed my eyes back it felt as if I dropped from a small height then passed back out in a very harsh way. I've also on a few occasions have awoken without the ability to speak or move while noticing a shadow figure lurking somewhere in the room or above me. It's unnerving most of the time but there has been times when it seems as if it's not threatening and I feel almost a sense of peace when just going back to sleep.

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No. 42 [Reply]

it's a beautiful day outside. birds are singing. flowers are blooming…

on days like these, funposters like you



>current year
>still kill yourself OP


Welp, looks like I'm in for a bath, Tim.




Anon probably meant: >still not killing yourself, OP

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No. 218 [Reply]

Post some spooky stories that have happened to you. I don't have any spoops sorry.
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Yeah, I got a few. Most of the houses I've lived in my whole life have been haunted, not even shitting.

One of the first houses I lived in was a decrepit shack in rural Georgia. I don't really remember life there, but both my step-father and my mother say that they would hear footsteps and talking all the time and that we would be fast asleep/they weren't any noises a kid could really make. I once broke my collar bone there (not sure how I remember it, because I was like 3 years old) when I was pushed off the highest part of our porch (easily like 11-12 ft. I luckily fell into a pile of charcoal ashes so I didn't die) by something that couldn't be seen (it was dark outside). I also remember seeing things (like human-like shadows walking and crawling around) in the dark around the house as I got much older and had moved to a house just down the street.


I ended up running away from home when I was fifteen (from the house just down the street from the other one funnily enough). To me, this event has signified the biggest change in my entire life. I ran away to an abandoned trailer on the property. It was recently abandoned, so it was in decent shape and had a bed/fridge/running water to it still. I lived there for two weeks and I noticed that the animals around me would act very strange. Animals would circle the trailer and I noticed that owls would situate themselves extremely close to it. Some birds even attacked the trailer. I also noticed that our animals started doing weird things. Merely a month before I ran away, my sister's dog and one of our cats disappeared into the woods in the general area of the trailer at different times. One of our dogs became very agitated while in a field near the trailer. The cat I grew up with (16 years old at the time) suddenly became youthful when she saw me again and actually tried to follow me to the trailer several times (I didn't let her come because I couldn't feed myself much, nonetheless her). This happened the entire two weeks I was there. The spookiest of it happened after about a week when I started hearing heavy footsteps walk through the house right up to the room adjacent to mine. No one was there, obviously. Perhaps a symbolic manifestation of the fact hat I wanted people to find me, but no one searched for even a minute.

Finally, the apartment I currently live in is haunted. I've had a lot of nightmares while I've lived here. I've had sleep paralysis on a couple of occasions and every time my cousin has stayed here, he's mentioned having sleep paralysis as well. Sometimes I can hear people rummaging in my kitchen even when no one is there.


Have you ever read Beloved by Toni Morrison? I feel like it would really resonate with you


I haven't heard of it until now. I'll be sure to check it out though.

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No. 85 [Reply]

ITT: seemingly innocent things that are nightmare fuel
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where da doggos at?


out to lunch





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