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eerie/weird thread Anonymous 277[Reply]

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Anonymous 722

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Oak Island money pit

Anonymous 723

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Anonymous 724

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Imagine being roasted to death within this thing surrounded by hot metal. Medieval torture methods were brutally creepy in their own way. Fuck scaphism, quartering, Judas cradle, and the heretic's fork too.

Anonymous 725

>>719
This is heart-wrenching

Anonymous 728

>>725
I've seen them in person and it's the most claustrophobic place you can be in.



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Stalkers and creeps: Greentext version Anonymous 546[Reply]

I'll start


>be me, 16 years old, grew up very isolated being disabled in a rural hick village, ugly, no social skills, shy to the point of retardation

>join my country's anime/weeb platform
>basically facebook for weeb, everyone's on it
>within a week, get a message from a random user inviting me to a group for our local area
>start to hang out with them at meetups
>ice cream parlors, chinese restaurants, karaoke nights, craft meets for convention prep, typical 2005 weeaboo circle
>one guy hovers around me a lot
>after one karaoke night, my mom picks me up in the small town the hangout was at to take me home (8 miles)
>i rush outside, guy runs after me, everyone hugs me goodnight, he goes to say something but I'm already in the car
>message me afterwards saying he wanted to give me his number in case I ever want to talk
>think he's a pretty nice guy
>he's a mutual friend of the friend circle who formed this local meetup, so they are all close to him and he seems trustworthy
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Anonymous 590

>>547
Came here from /feels/. Jesus anon, if you haven't already, change your accounts, phone number, and move across the country.

Anonymous 596

>>590
Thank you, anon. We're in different countries but he knows (part of) my address. I think I'm relatively safe because he's broke ASF and can't travel here anyway.

Anonymous 598

>>596
How far are we talking?

Anonymous 614

Some of this sounds like how I used to act in college. I learned better (college was in the 90s) but damn I just feel bad for basically everybody who had to interact with me back then.

Anonymous 662

>>546
>>547
cheesus crepe these are fucking terrible!



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Sleep Paralysis Anonymous 33[Reply]

Have you ever experienced it, Miners? Share stories and tips on how to avoid it.

I've had very short (less than a minute) experiences before, but I had read up a lot about this from hanging on /x/ all the time so I knew it would be better not to open my eyes and just wait until it was over. Still scary though.
Now it happened again while I was napping around an hour ago. I saw some dude I know sitting on the bed right next to me, and I didn't understand how he got here or when, and then he leaned in and kissed me. It felt extremely real. I realized it had to be a dream and it went away after a minute or two but phew. I'm pretty disturbed.
That'll teach me to not take mid-morning naps.
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Anonymous 441

>>389
Interesting that you mention that, my psych said I'd get weird dreams on lithium. I don't remember having any though.

Anonymous 515

The first time I had sleep paralysis, I thought I was dying because I had a fever. When I discovered what had really happened, I used it (the WILD technique) for lucid dreaming. It's scary at first, but it's a useful and easy way to start practicing it.

It's common for figures to touch or pick me up during sleep paralysis. Kinda creepy how real it feels. I find it's easier to experience it if you sleep on your back.

Pic related is what my first sleep paralysis looked like. Shit was scary, so now I choose to keep my eyes closed. Doesn't keep me from hearing or feeling things though.

Anonymous 516

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>>515
Dropped pic

Anonymous 520

I used to experience sleep paralysis and hypnopompic hallucinations a lot when I was into lucid dreaming exercises, so I stopped: never experienced them again. It was scary.
The worst paralysis+hallucination experience I've had consisted in me looking around the room from my bed, not being able to move a finger, while a strange figure slowly raised itself from behind my sister's bed next to mine.
It was a woman with very pale skin, white clothes and long dark hair that however didn't cover her face. Her face was the scariest thing I've ever seen, and trust me, I've watched a lot of horror stuff and NOTHING compares to what I've seen that day.
Now standing on her feet, she stared at me with her eyes wide open, from behind my sister's sleeping body. Then she put her hands on my sister's body to give herself leverage and crawl towards me, slowly, with her head pointing forward, without blinking. Just staring at me. She also had the creepiest, faint smile on her face. She was seriously trying to move her face closer just to scare me.
I was frightened and I hope it never happens again. Fuck lucid dreaming, I can live without it.

Anonymous 618

I’ve only had sleep paralysis three times.

The first time, I didn’t see or hear anything but at that time I knew what sleep paralysis was, and because I was terrified of hallucinating, I somehow mentally thrashed my body and woke myself up.

Second time was the worst. I heard several faint, incoherent whispers and shrieks in my ear. Then, my door was opened by a blurry figure whose body looked like it had been unevenly scribbled-in with a black crayon and was “cartoon-ishly” shaped (sort of like the male bathroom symbol). He was irregularly coming towards me. I had a feeling of dread and somehow knew that he was “bad”. I mentally tried moving my fingers, then tried violently thrashing my body and screaming at the top of my lungs, but it was all futile. The whole episode lasted less than a minute. It is probably one of the most frightening things I have ever experienced. I think it’s also interesting to note that during this episode, there were minor changes in my surroundings. For example, my TV sat atop the dresser in the bedroom in which this occured, but during the sleep paralysis, it was propped up on the wall.

The third time I’ve had sleep paralysis, I had just exited a dream where I was with some sort of scientist. I don’t remember what he was saying, but in some old-timey, upper-class British accent a phrase he had said to me echoed a couple of times while I stared at the bedroom ceiling and then I woke myself up.

Each time I woke up I’ve been a little disappointed that the experience is so completely petrifying because I’d love to explore that realm of consciousness more, if that makes sense. I’ve also found that in all these instances, I was laying on my back. Since then, I’ve never slept on my back because I’m too scared of having another episode.

Sorry for necromancing, but I thought this thread was interesting



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Suicide Anonymous 480[Reply]

How would you do it?
What's the most effective method with minimal pain? I'm a puss.
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Anonymous 580

When I was suicidal, I never did anything because I realized there's no 100%, painless way to die. Every single method has a chance of failure. You're more likely to end up in a hospital bed alive than dead. The website lostallhope helped me a lot during these times and you can research methods too.

Anonymous 584

If you want to kill yourself go ahead and do it. I've been "pro-choice" my entire life and the only reason people think suicide is bad is because they've been brainwashed to do so. The government can't cope with losing a taxpaying idiot so they made it up to be the worst thing in the world.

There's absolutely nothing wrong with killing yourself. You didn't ask to come into this world. If you want to leave it's all your choice.

Anonymous 629

>>584
>a taxpaying idiot
lol. There's a disproportionate amount of NEETs here.

Anonymous 1233

I've always known if I was going to do it I would jump off a building. Head first, like a diver. Leave a hideous mess. I'd get to "fly", for once, before I hit the ground.

Anonymous 1284

>>584
>The government can't cope with losing a taxpaying idiot
I imagine that the majority of suicidal people are a net drain on the budget. The truth is, if you have a society where people just off themselves. It makes everyone else sad. so they ask the government to stop it.



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Anonymous 491[Reply]

Does anyone else look at graphic pictures of suicide to keep yourself from doing it?
Link for you gore hounds to start the discussion:
https://imgur.com/a/3DzVH

If you post any gore, please put it under a spoiler for everyone else
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Anonymous 511

>>495
she would've killed herself while in the tub, and her body would've soaked up the water after her death, and I guess it broke apart. I feel bad for whoever had to clean that. It would've smelled of rotten meat, and probably scarred them if they weren't already desensitized to that stuff.

Anonymous 513

>>495
Ikr? I felt wrong because it was a currently dead man having sex and being filmed without him realizing it. Sure, that was the reason he committed suicide, but including the pic was out of place to me. And it was kinda tasteless.

Anonymous 514

pictures of people hanging look peaceful to me. they actually encourage my suicidal thoughts.

Anonymous 517

I hate that I made it through that whole list (I've seen the bathtub photos before, gore doesn't usually get to me anyway), but it just makes me sad how some people can reach such a state where they feel there's no where else to turn to but to end their life. It's tragic, and to think some of these deaths weren't even of people that wanted to die, but were just tied up in some one else's horrid world that they couldn't escape from.

And then there's the people that wanted to die for very ridiculous reasons. Bombings, a game… it's depressing to just toss away your life like that..

Anonymous 522

self-immolation is the worst way to go. i saw someone do that once. he was trying to commit a murder-suicide with his ex-girlfriend who was running sound at this bar across the street where i live.

the worst part is that i knew him pretty well a couple years ago, he used to come by the co-op where i lived and hang out. he was a decent kid while he was on his meds. we didn't talk much but i got the impression that he was an okay person at that time
the fucking smell, you guys can't imagine–people were trying to put him out, smother the flames, but he'd doused himself in lighter fluid before he ran in. he was conscious even after the fire was put out, just croaking what i think was 'help me' over and over again. but that kind of burning doesn't kill you immediately.
they got him to emergency care and it took him something like eight hours to die.

but there's absolutely zero sympathy for this kid because, even if you're like 'yo the guy was a fucking schizophrenic. he was literally insane, this is sad'
the local feminist facebook group will jump all over you because he was an ABUSER and CIS SCUM etc.
the ex-girlfriend got featured in the local paper and raised something like 40k through gofundme after this happened so at least someone got something out of it.



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Scary IRL situations Anonymous 383[Reply]

What happened to you?
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Anonymous 408

>>399
What's the name of the castle, anon?

Anonymous 409

>>408
It's from a small town on an island…I really feel like I'd be giving my identity away if I told you. Sorry, anon.

Anonymous 410

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>>409
ahh noo ive been looking for it for like 2 hrs already. feel free to shove me off a turret, i think im ready
it's a great story,p. you're so lucky to have old ruins around, they have that peculiar atmosphere when you can almost physically feel how old this place is, like an imprint left by ages and people who dwelt there

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>>410
aaaa I'm sorry. Okay your clue is that it's in Ireland

I really love ruins, they're incredible. They're the only thing from distant history that you can touch, really. Everything else is behind red rope or glass. I once went to the Colosseum and it blew my mind that I was standing in the same spot gladiators and spectators would have stood.

There's another ruin (this time of a house) near my bf's house and we took a hike up to see it once. The story goes that it once was used as a meeting place for occultists who got up to all kinds of fun like dressing like Satan and inviting him to join them at meal times. One night a man walked in, intending to stay the night and asked the men for a game of cards. He was exceptionally good and the other men suspected he was cheating. One man drops a card, bends down to pick it up and notices that the stranger has hooves for feet. As revenge for what the man had seen, the devil burns the house down and that's why it's a ruin (so they say). I'd say that was just a story made up by the locals who thought it was a bit queer that someone would choose to live up a mountain and away from society and felt like whoever lived there "had what was coming to them" due to superstitions, but that's just me.

People say that if you do certain rituals, you'll see the devil. Or it's possible to see ghosts. Myself and my bf messed around for a bit and although it's pretty creepy, I didn't experience anything spooky. Cool place to hang out on a nice day, though. I also think it's funny how initially the place was associated with anti-social behaviour (like drinking, occult activities, gambling, orgies…etc) and in a sense it still is because kids keep hiking up at night to have raves, get drunk and do drugs. Kind of sweet to keep up the tradition, lol.

There are other myths about giant black demon cats roaming around at night and all kinds of other wild mythological stories. I love it. Honestly, after staying at my bf's house overnight I can kind of see why people came up with all of these stories. The sounds of foxes crying and bats screeching at night always freak me out.

Anonymous 489

I came across this, and thought of this thread:
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/canadian-government-gag-order-mk-ultra-1.4448933

A relatedly personal side is that I used to be friends with an Aboriginal girl whose mother had similar symptoms to what the testing program's victims describe in the article, and the mother had spent time in the Canadian Residential School System/Sixties Scoop as well as hospitals for anxiety. If this was happening in hospitals to white people, then based on the shit way Aboriginal people were treated for so long in Canada it wouldn't be surprising if Aboriginal "orphans" were used as test subjects as well.

Some links:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_Indian_residential_school_system

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sixties_Scoop

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/a-history-of-residential-schools-in-canada-1.702280



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Fucked up things you've done Anonymous 54[Reply]

Inspired by the catfishing thread.
What's the worst thing you've ever done?
Do you regret it?
What was the aftermath?

Anonymous 424

Ive had people put out of homes and ive belittle people. Made thier jobs sound worthless. I badgered my drunk mother.

Anonymous Moderator 471

Locked.
There's another thread about this already here >>>/x/420



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June and Jennifer Anonymous 411[Reply]

Have you heard of this case, anons?

I've been on and off into it for a couple of years and it looks like a documentary is coming out.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/June_and_Jennifer_Gibbons


TL;DR

>twin sisters

>refused to speak to anyone else
>ostracized for being black (1960s), isolated themselves further
>invented their own language, wrote fiction, performed plays for each other
>separated at age 14 to give them a chance to develop their own selves
>went catatonic until reunited
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Anonymous 416

>>412
Are you a twin?

Anonymous 417

>>416
Yes, mirror-imaged identical. I actually empathize with their story a lot because my twin became a literal shut-in NEET since middle school because she hated how people saw us as being twins (because they tend to gloss over who you are in favor of seeing you and your twin as a whole) and it's given me so much guilt since I have a job, am doing fairly well in college, etc. When I get extremely depressed over various things in my life, I often feel reminded that if I killed myself she'd be so much happier at least.

Anonymous 418

>>417
Samefag,
anyway to add to the discussion, I always thought it was so interesting how in the diary of Jennifer, she mentioned not being able to live without her twin whereas June seemed to feel like she could only live without her twin. Given that, it makes sense that Jennifer would have been the one to sacrifice herself, and I think it's interesting that they seemed to develop opposing solutions to a problem.

Anonymous 425

Black island kids are moved to inbred wales. The locals treat them bad so they retreat into themselves. They keep to themselves which bother the whites. The white authority then rip them from their homes to live in isolation with mean inbred whites. Kids go catotonic(sp) cause they dont know what will happen to them. They are reunited. Do what kids do and write stories. The parents of their former bullies bully them by keeping watch on them. Twins are emos. Sent to a mental hospital. Cause they wouldnt talk to the white authority they are kept for over 11 yrs where others get 2. One kills herself so the whites will release her twin. The only english colony that has done well is canada and thats because of the french.

Anonymous 438

There is going to be a documentary?
I'm so excited! I have the book on my shelf, I have to finally read it.
I would really like to read the girls' novels, even though they were shit.



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What do you think of this? Anonymous 407[Reply]

A man sits down at a typewriter, and pours his heart out; leaking every truth that he had ever come into contact with. A few days later, he tries desperately to get it published " no one has the time of day for that kind of piece. How would the people react if they found out that their entire lives are lies…that everything they know; just isn’t so? They must’nt find out. Last time was close. It’s drivel for the masses and magnum opi for the masters.

A woman sings, and she sings, and she sings…finally finding that hidden note that opens the path to the collective dream of mankind " unity, love, knowledge. She wrote a song and she sung out her soul. Too out of control; can’t play that sort of stuff on here. The boss told me I’m out if I play conscious music again. It’s discordant disasters produced by madmen for the masses and orchestras for the controllers. I mean, our schedule is pretty booked up; you would’ve had to get it to us by May 1st 1776.

Illumi-a-what? Never heard of ‘em mister! I just wanted to write the next 1984/BNW…I didn’t mean to discover this tapestry of deceits stemming from every direction! Alas, this savage knows his place. Do you? I mean, have you ever really thought about it? What you really are? Think! Think! Think! Io Pan! I mean Think! You are something whose magnitude you could not fathom; even with the greatest map man has ever drawn (and I don’t mean that quack Frater Perdurabo). What if the secret of secrets was right in front of your nose? Would you smell it? Would you even care?

Lightning round! Who are you? Did you answer with where you work? Did you think of a location; with some nice things? Are you really these things? No! You are you and I am I; but I am you and you are I. It’s why I know that even though you’re sighing right now (not sure whether you’re reading the ravings of a mad man, or the fourth incarnation of Thoth) that you are deeply intrigued by the words on this page. Otherwise, you would have stopped reading by now. Stop reading. Did you stop? Would you ever let someone, that you’ve never met, tell you what to do - like that? No? Then why do you obey, every single day - you stare at that damned screen and don’t question a thing?!

So why are we here? What are we alive for? Why must we suffer? I don’t know, man; I didn’t do it. Or did I? Or was it you? Maybe it was us when we were I? I couldn’t tePost too long. Click here to view the full text.

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SCP Foundation Anonymous 49[Reply]

Let's talk.
Which ones are your favorites?
I'm starting off with probably the most well-known:

http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-173

to be kept in a locked container at all times. When personnel must enter SCP-173's container, no fewer than 3 may enter at any time and the door is to be relocked behind them. At all times, two persons must maintain direct eye contact with SCP-173 until all personnel have vacated and relocked the container.

Description: Moved to Site-19 1993. Origin is as of yet unknown. It is constructed from concrete and rebar with traces of Krylon brand spray paint. SCP-173 is animate and extremely hostile. The object cannot move while within a direct line of sight. Line of sight must not be broken at any time with SCP-173. Personnel assigned to enter container are instructed to alert one another before blinking. Object is reported to attack by snapping the neck at the base of the skull, or by strangulation. In the event of an attack, personnel are to observe Class 4 hazardous object containment procedures.

Personnel report sounds of scraping stone originating from within the container when no one is present inside. This is considered normal, and any change in this behaviour should be reported to the acting HMCL supervisor on duty.

The reddish brown substance on the floor is a combination of feces and blood. Origin of these materials is unknown. The enclosure must be cleaned on a bi-weekly basis.
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Anonymous 51

I remember when I first discovered the SCP foundation I spent all week daydreaming up my own SCPs. I never added any to the wiki though. These creations by anonymous people can be more interesting and frightening than anything horror films have come up with in years.

One of my favorites isn't keep-you-awake-at-night terrifying, but more unsettling and instills a sense of dread. http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1959 This one raises interesting thoughts about the effects of space travel on the human body and how little we know about that. It makes the reader wonder if any unsettling tragedies will occur with several privately owned, profit-driven companies now vying for space travel. My favorite part is this line.

>it remains motionless most of the time. On the occasion the subject does move, its body language shows signs of extreme distress and it will sometimes make attempts to break its visor.

Anonymous 52

I looked through the sites and read the FAQ and stuff but I'm still kinda confused. What exactly are these things? Made up creatures with in depth literature to match?
Someone wanna elaborate?

Anonymous 53

>>52
It's basically a wiki with creatures and people like to read through them to get creeped out. Some have been the inspirations for creepypasta/ /x/ stories and that's what has made it really popular and prominent. It's basically just a fictional wiki people like to read through.

Anonymous 378

Spoiler

My favorite is probably 106, which is also the first one I read. The pic still creeps me the hell out, wish I could figure out where it originated from.

http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-106

I think a lot of the newer ones are kind of silly, like really bad fan fiction. I've read some of the doctor's personnel tales and those are pretty funny though.

Anonymous 384

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>>49
My personal favourite will always be SCP-835. It's a lenghty read and the "uncensored" version always gets me.
I'll leave the link over here: http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-835 .

>>52
Think creepypasta but the common topic is that there's an organization that hunts down objects/people that have anomalous effects, then they contain them; Stories can either be sad, scary or funny.

SCPS tend to be lenghty but are really worth the read, Anon! They have a generous amount of world-building and you can find stories in a variety of languages too.



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