Just wanted to remind everyone that if you want to cast your vote for which rewrite you want to represent Jeff the Killer on the wiki that voting closes tonight! The link can be found in Underscorre's blog post here. I highly encourage everyone to take a look at how the other four finalists and I tried to improve on this flawed but insanely popular story.Read more >
Hello fellow creeps,
Just wanted to take the opportunity to single out a few people with some much deserved appreciation for helping make A Figure in the Fog the latest Pasta of the Month.
Big thanks to RisingFusion for nominating the story.
Shout out to SnakeTongue237 for hosting the contest I originally wrote it for and providing a truly awesome title.
Thanks to Jay ten and SoPretentious for your suggestions regarding plot points and grammatical faux pas.
A howl at the moon for my occasional rival and always good friend HumboldtLycanthrope who is probably a bigger fan of the Wicker House stories than I am and went out of his way to drum up support for this one. If you haven't read his work you should...with caution.
Muchas gracias to Joel and …Read more >
Hey, all! Our resident werewolf, HumboldtLycanthrope has his story The Abalone Thief featured on creepypasta.com today. If anyone has the time, I'm sure he'd appreciate any reads and ratings you can give it.Read more >
I was going to go on a rant about how the last few PotM winners haven't been (in my opinion) very good. However, I've decided to instead simply try another outlet to at least get people to read a story currently up for that honor: The Long List by HumboldtLycanthrope.
Originally written for (and ultimately winning) Blacknumber's Freestyle Contest this story is an example of everything that a good horror short should be. If you've read any of Humboldt's stuff, you'll know a bit about what to expect; he tends to deal with things in a strongly visceral way that actually make you feel something deep down in your gut. His characters are ugly, and he presents them that way, warts and all. They feel REAL. I currently have two stories listed…Read more >
First off, thanks again to everyone who made it over to creepypasta.com to rate my story A Bad Night. It turns out they accepted another one of my stories, The Lonely Stars, which will be active tomorrow. Even cooler, they've agreed to include the awesome narration performed by fellow wiki contributor Sir Ayes. If you have the time to head over and give it a rating, I'd surely appreciate it!
The link is active here! Please stop by if you have the chance.Read more >