• StrangerThanTad

    What is the most scary, creepy, haunting creepypasta you've ever read? Have you ever read a pasta that kept you up at night, or read one that you had to stop reading due to the unbearable dread building in your brain as you read?

    Personally for me, the scariest pasta I've ever read has to be "The Puppetmaster's Regime". As I read it, I was shaking and jumping at every sound I read. As the story progressed and got worse and worse, I began to sink into my chair, wishing that it was over but still continuing to read on. I will never forget that one.

    The first creepypasta that REALLY scared me was "Squidward's Suicide." I know people give it a lot of hate, but the gruesome imagery, and reading about a show I grew up watching being so twisted, an…

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  • StrangerThanTad

    I was looking over the PotM again, and I realized that Slimebeast's stories are not on there anymore. It looks like someone removed them.

    Does anyone know why they were removed or who removed them?

    I really, really enjoy his stories and they definitely deserve PotM.

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  • StrangerThanTad


    May 12, 2017 by StrangerThanTad

    When I read reviews for pastas I always see people who comment something like this: "This creepypasta is cliché, 2/10."

    If a pasta is well written, but has a child who was abused by his parents or a main character who dies at the end, is it automatically terrible?

    I've read several pastas that contain "clichés", but are still well written and TERRIFYING.

    For example, it seems like EVERYONE thinks Squidward's Suicide is a bleeping terrible pasta because it "has like a million clichés", but it was very interesting and downright SCARY in my opinion.

    Isn't the entire reason people use clichés is because they WORK? They wouldn't be used again and again if they didn't scare or creep out the reader, right?

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