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Slimy Stories / Re: One More Time
« on: 10:04:10 AM 11/23/17 »
So... confused...!
It's actually pretty simple. He dabbled in Russian calligraphy three times, but each time he tried borrowing it, the text "evolved" on him, into something nowhere close to what he wrote. The third audio drama seems to have hung itself out to dry...for now.

Slimy Stories / Re: One More Time
« on: 02:13:05 PM 11/21/17 »
Alright, the buffalo-picking schedule was intrinsic enough, basically the wall of post-it notes inherited three times, all about cat embalming, but the turtle being painted blue makes me a happy rubber glove filled with mashed cucumbers. I feel like I had to eat an email calendar in response to this, because it feels like a giant urethra-sauce of hypothalamus butter.

Slimy Stories / Re: Big Green Tree
« on: 01:22:38 PM 11/20/17 »
At the feet of the yellow-haired girl: "ANTONIA".

At the feet of the large, mannish mother figure: "I DON'T KNOW".

Well beneath the tree: "MOMMY".
Wow, this is less "that's freaky" and more "that's so sad." I actually got a bit of a lump in my throat. I'm less concerned about whatever took the mother's place (clearly it doesn't want her dead) and more concerned about her mother being dead when she's so little.

I'll check it out as soon as I get time!

Sweet! Thanks!

I'm not sure if this is okay, but I'd rather just post a link to the original story on my blog, as the photos I included I think enhance the reading experience.

This one was less about being scary and more about being just kinda...weird. Something's definitely off here but it might inspire more laughs than chills.

Enjoy here:

Slimy Stories / Re: Bonus Room
« on: 08:51:51 AM 05/02/14 »
Nezumi had exactly the same impression that I got. They imprinted something on his brain.

The one main thing that I don't get is the girl who seemed out of time. Was she just a home-schooler or sheltered teen? And if so, why was she so good at video games?

Slimy Stories / Re: Gorbs
« on: 11:43:48 AM 04/30/14 »
Less scary horror movie? Really now? What the fuck was wrong with that guy?
I've long suspected that studios don't want movies that will actually scare people. They want movies that teenaged boys will take girls to so they can make out with them and occasionally glance at the screen and shout "cool!"

Slimy Stories / Re: I Need My Bear
« on: 09:58:10 AM 04/30/14 »
This was more sad to me than scary. Little kids crying and wanting their favorite toy make me misty-eyed (yeah, I'm a dad). Even if they're creepy living dolls who want to capture you inside a bear skin.

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 ( 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:

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.

General Discussion / Re: Introduce yourself
« on: 09:00:24 AM 04/30/14 »
Okay, so, hey, everybody. I'm pretty new here. I've read several of SlimeBeast's stories and just ate 'em up (but not literally because, ew.)

I'll be honest and say I haven't read much of the threads here yet. I wanted to be able to leave comments on the stories, mainly.

A few things about me: I'm a fantasy nerd, mostly. Love epic adventures, love steampunk, etc. But I also love horror. Real horror that makes me uncomfortable to read, and makes me less than eager to close my eyes when I go to bed. I don't encounter much of it. SlimeBeast accomplished that.

I also write. I have my own horror blog that I started before I even knew what "CreepyPasta" meant. I'm a bit on the old side when it comes to people who write and/or follow CreepyPastas and I'm a very late comer to the scene. My only goal with my stories is to write horror that stays with the reader after they've stopped reading. I'm not sure how well I've accomplished that, but maybe if you check my blog out you can let me know (I've linked to it in my profile).

I'm the guy who wrote "The House that Death Forgot" which, out of all my stories, seems to really be the one that took off. You can find readings of it on YouTube, and it got voted Pasta of the Month on the CreepyPasta wiki, and I'm not even the one who posted it there (meaning a reader decided to post it for me).

So far my favorite SlimeBeast stories are the Abandoned by Disney series, Funnymouth, Class Creeps, Sid's Video and Stop Scaring Everybody. I'm not all that far in, though. I'm gonna read them all.

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