from modesto, california, now in knoxville, tennessee
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Hello everyone. I am just updating everyone on a little something some of you might not know of. A little thing called CreepyPasta. CreepyPasta(s) are stories written by fans of horror stories and are posted online. Some have became famous "memes" and internet fads while some are more unknown to the public. Some derive from infamous and strange, unexplained happenings from around the world such as the very popular and one of my personal favorites known as Abandoned by Disney, that tells of an abandoned resort located in the Bahamas located on Baker's bay. It is a fact if you try and located said place (It really was once a resort now abandoned) on google maps that you can't find it. There are also mysteries revolving around videogames and possessions being haunted by evil beings and urban legends spawned over the internet and causing mass hysteria, madness, and even suicide. one of the most popular CreepyPastas is the infamous SlenderMan. An unknown being that stands at a unsettling estimate height ranging between 6 feet and able to stretch himself to 15 feet. His limbs can extend as well making it more simple to retrieve prey, hypnosis, and tentacles sprouting from his back. He has no face, just a blank white and smooth pallet where eyes, a mouth and nose should be and wears what looks to be a suit. When seen by his prey he stalks them until retrieved and takes them to an unknown region. Some say he kills his victims only to later consume them and others say he whisps them away to purgatory. Who knows? CreepyPastas are becoming more and more popular every day and scaring/disturbing even the most brave of hearts. If you are interested in reading some google CreepyPastas, and if you are more of the audio type, try YouTube. Search for a user on there known as Mr.CreepyPasta. He is a great narrator and story teller. Tell me what you guys think of this.
Now who would shut off the lights in the basement while you were still down there? Personally I follow the "stepping stone" method anywhere I go in the house at night: Leave one room with the lights on, go into next room & turn on lights, go back to original room and turn off lights. Repeat until you reach your desired room...