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TheCreepsterWithin

aka Just Call Me Creepster

23 Edits since joining this wiki
April 20, 2013
  • I live in No, Just No
  • I was born on March 31
  • My occupation is I make films and write different types of stories.
  • I am a MAN!

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  • TheCreepsterWithin

    Hello! And welcome to the Creepster's Corner! I said I was going to post once a day, but I just didn't give a dead moose's last shit about it. Today I'm talking about expansion. I'm working on another Creepypasta that I think a lot of people will like, I also have re-posted In the Pines onto the SomeOrdinaryGamers Wiki. The reason for this is so I can start to build more of an audience. This also means I'm going to posting blogs and creepypastas more frequently. I might also make a website with something like Weebly maybe. Just so I can post something besides Creepypastas. I'm a pretty experienced writer, but a new CP author. I might also work on Trollpastas. Yep, I'm gonna write up some of the worst shit you'll see on the Trollpastas. Jus…

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  • TheCreepsterWithin

    Hello! Welcome to the Creepster's Corner! Now this was supposed to go up yesterday, but I ran into a problem. You see, I was banned yesterday for "Writing creepypasta content on a blog, instead of creating a new page." Though, this is outright bullshit. I personally don't like the rule. It limits people from building an audience and catering to said audience. When you create a new page, the viewers will only know who updated the pasta (Unless you wrote your name on the title.) I feel that sometimes I don't want to post short stories/sneak peaks of longer upcoming pastas on a whole new page. It just taking space for other really good creepypastas. Here's a link to a video I made about the issue. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lry8Me_ypcA I'…

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  • TheCreepsterWithin

    You guys remember when I told you that I would try to get into a convo with funnymouth? Well, that didn't work out. Same thing. And btw in case you didn't know, funnymouth is fake. The author SlimeBeast also wrote the pasta Lost Episodes. It's really good and you guys should check it out. In other words, I'm looking for an artist. I've been looking at the In the Pines page and it just looks bland. A really good picture would make that better. The only problem with that is that I can no longer edit In the Pines. For some reason, it's locked. Anyone here know how to get through that? Skelly, if you're reading this, than please help me on that issue

    This has been The Creepster Within and I'm off to take a shit!

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  • TheCreepsterWithin

    Hello! Welcome to the Creepster's Corner! It's about 9:44 a.m. here at the time I'm writing. I know it's early, but I came across something...interesting.

    Raise your hand if you read the Creepypasta "Funnymouth"?...holy shit that's a lot of hands!

    Anyways, the Creepypasta is fake, but I learned something interesting.

    The emails in Funnymouth are legitimate. Well, kinda. I emailed Jorge and Charles from the story, but of no reply.

    I decided to email Funnymouth...he replied within 2 seconds after I emailed. After immediatly emailed him, he replied. It said, "Hello Creepster Within *my gmail* Thank you for trying to contact funnymouth@bluud.com. Due to several barely audible complaints, this host has shut down mail correspondence for this address…

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  • TheCreepsterWithin

    Dang, there's a blog on this thing? That's cool. Anyways, since my first horror story "In the Pines" got really good feedback from the chat, I think I'll start using this blog to go through the writing process, show sneak peaks, and I may even post small stories here. Welcome to the Creepster's Corner! I figure I might as well go through my process of making "In the Pines".

    1. Brainstorming: For In the Pines, I wanted to make something different. I decided to see if anyone had ever made a creepy-pasta on Kurt Cobain. When I didn't see any at all, I saw it as a window of oppurtunity to make something different. I jotted down any idea that popped in my head. This process is called throwing up on the page, of course you're actually not suppose…

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