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Hey, guys.

I'm kind of an old fart, but I love horror. A frequent lament is that I rarely seem to encounter horror that's actually horrific. To me, most horror movies are like a stroll through a theme park haunted house. So, a couple of years ago, I started a horror blog. I didn't even know at the time what CreepyPastas were. My blog is linked on my profile.

Then I discovered that one of my posts had been submitted anonymously (but with credit given to me, which I appreciated) on the CreepyPasta wiki where it was voted Pasta of the Month (http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/The_House_That_Death_Forgot). There are also various readings of it on YouTube, all of which I was unaware of because I hadn't gone back to the blog in a while.

But knowing that people are reading what I wrote and enjoying it made me decide it was time to get back at it. I've written several more stories this year, and I hope I'm getting better at writing stuff that's unsettling and stays with the reader after they've read it.

I base some of my stories on stuff that's happened to me or that I've heard about, but I go to darker places with it.

I submitted another pasta to the CreepyPasta wiki, and it is here: http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/%22Scarecrow%22_by_R_Scabree:_Reviewed_as_I_Read

I'm pretty proud of it. Let me know what you think, and don't be shy about commenting on it in the creepypasta wiki talk section.