What is "Creepypasta"? In short, a Creepypasta is a short story that is posted on the internet that is designed to unnerve and shock the reader.
This wiki is primarily a database of various QUALITY Creepypasta. The goal is to have a fairly well stocked library of well-written Creepypasta, including very obscure and rarely posted, to user-created original content.
First time readers of Creepypasta should check out the Suggested Reading to become familiar with some of the more well known and widely referenced Creepypastas.
Sorry, we no longer accept spinoffs or fan sequels of existing pastas (i.e. Jeff the Killer, Slenderman, The Rake, BEN and such) to be directly uploaded to this wiki, unless you wrote the original story yourself. We are also no longer accepting Minecraft, Pokémon, or "haunted file/game" pastas.
Otherwise, get started by either going to the Genre Listing, Image Galleries, or by looking at a List of existing stories.
For those who wish to have their pastas submitted into our list, please refer to the User Submissions page, where you can post your original content and then have it reviewed by the community later on, either on here or via the Forum.
The rights to all content posted here belong to the writers. Please do not attempt to use the stories in this wiki for your own personal profit. This wiki is non-profit and all stories are posted here for personal enjoyment. If your writing appears here and you wish to have it removed, please email email@example.com or message an admin directly.
If you wish to appeal a ban, first email the blocking admin, THEN email Cleric in the event an admin cannot be reached. Don't forget to read the rules before you contribute.
Finally, do not forget to add any page you upload/ create to the Article Listing.
PASTA OF THE MONTH (May 2013)
The House That Death Forgot
Melinda hated driving at night. She did her best to avoid it. Short trips to the store if she just realized she ran out of tampons or had nothing for dinner after getting home - that sort of thing happened now and then. But she did her best not to go out after dark unless someone was coming to pick her up.
So, naturally, she found herself on the longest drive of her life tonight, with no moon, few stars, swirling clouds above her, and acres of forest on either side.
As so many unpleasant things in her life, this was her father's fault. She hadn't seen or spoken to the bastard in fifteen years, but just after falling asleep tonight...no, that was wrong. It would be yesterday by this time. Out of the blue, her phone rang, and his voice was on the other end.
"I need you, Mellie. Please come, now."
He'd said just that, and then the line went dead.
Written by Josh
IMAGE OF THE MONTH (May 2013)