Creepypastas are horror-related legends which are copied and pasted around the Internet. These Internet entries are often brief, user-generated, paranormal stories intended to scare readers. They include frightful tales of murder, suicide, and otherworldly occurrences. So here are TOP 5 creepypasta…
1. Slender Man
The Slender Man (also spelled Slenderman) is a fictional supernatural character. This creepypasta was a Internet meme, created in 2009. Slenderman is characterize as a thin, unnaturally tall humanoid with a featureless head and face and wearing a black suit. Stories of the Slender Man commonly feature him stalking or abducting or traumatizing people and particularly children.
Early stories featured him targeting children or young adults. Some featured young adults driven insane or to act on his behalf, while others did not, and others claim that investigating the Slender Man will draw his attention. Slender Man is many time featured in video games, documentaries and movies. Want to here about this creepypasta more…
2. Jeff the Killer
Jeff the Killer is a story accompanied by an image of the title character. In the story, Jeff have a attack by a group of bullies. After the fight, bullies soaked him with alcohol and set him on fire. He became insane, after the discharge and removal of the bandage; carving his own face in order to leave a smile-shaped scar, burning off his eyelids, and killing his family. He becomes a serial killer who sneaks into houses at night and whispers “go to sleep” to his victims before killing them. The story quickly became one of the most popular creepypasta.
DeviantArt user Sesseur created Jeff. The story above wasn’t made by Sesseur himself, but rather “A fan of his earlier work.” According to a 2013 article, the original image of Jeff the Killer may be an highly edited picture of a girl who reportedly committed suicide in the fall of 2008.
3. Ted The Caver
Back in February of 2000 a man known only by the name of “Ted the Caver” embarked on a journey with his friend to discover what lie beyond the reaches of a small hole in the earth at the bottom of a cave. What they discovered there was terrifying and apparently true.
Here is one entry from his journal as he describes an unseen presence from the bowels of the earth:
“It felt like a legion of demons was about to attack me from behind. I felt like my salvation lie ahead of me in the darkness, and Lucifer was behind me, trying to keep me from safety.”
IN 2013, Living Dark: the story of TED THE CAVER, the independent film adaptation released.
4. Siren Head
A creation of artist Trevor Henderson. Siren Head is a 40 foot tall fleshy creature it’s head is a pole which is attach by two speakers. It lurks in wooded areas emitting disturbing noises. Sometimes the voices are distort radio reports, or weird garbled pieces of music. Sometimes it’s distress people screaming for help.
The creature is one of many monsters in Henderson’s found-footage style drawings, and has been the subject of multiple video games.
This creepypasta mainly lures in his victims with the voices of their loved ones. It can blend in very well with trees and people do not even notice Siren Head. He could make his brutal attack at any time, and show itself. while we can listen the victims voices and screaming from Siren Head’s sirens.
5. The Russian Sleep Experiment
The Russian Sleep Experiment is an urban legend based on a creepypasta, which tells the tale of five test subjects being exposed to an experimental sleep-inhibiting restorative in a Soviet-era scientific experiment.
Scientists were experimenting on both political prisoners and prisoners of war during World War II, in which the prisoners are kept in a sealed-off room which was filled with an experimental gas to prevent sleep. This mysterious gas turns the prisoners into violent zombie-like monsters. In the end, the commander demands a researcher to enter the room and start killing the prisoners. With one of them uttering “So nearly free” before they die.
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