Saturday, February 27, 2016

Creepypasta Mania!

Hail weary travelers, come sit round the table. You're just in time to share some Creepy pasta I had prepared for this fine Saturday afternoon. Today's servings are themed around the sound of "tapping"...
I have a theory that a good fresh tasting Creepy Pasta doesn't have to be anything original, you just need to introduce horror into common human experiences. Surely we've all heard some unexplained tapping before.
So get comfortable and prepare to read these stories because from now on this is a requirement. Too many times have people enjoyed my pallet without actually whetting their appetite... Underneath each pasta title is a link to the story, and I promise they are short.

Author: Kevin Liu

Genre: Horror (short)

Reading Time: 3.5 Minutes

Synopsis: A 12-year-old boy is haunting by his sick mothers tapping.

(How Scary)

Pasta Quality

(How Well Crafted)

I apologize for any gray hairs this story may have given you as I hope you find yourself agreeing with 'The Reader' and not sharing the same experience as 'Awesomenessradiatesfromme'.
Besides a light climax and some needed editing, this is a solid dish.

(pasta served here

Author: Wildfur365

Genre: Horror (short)

Reading Time: 4 minutes 15 seconds

Synopsis: If Mittens isn't making that sound...

(How Scary)

Pasta Quality
(How Well Crafted)

Am I the only one that found Mittens to be a distraction? Mittens is nuzzling all over our protagonist while they're encountering a monster... Still Mittens is an obvious favorite while reading through the comments, so what do I know?
The icing on the pasta for this story was the reveal at the end. The words "BEHIND YU" and "NEXT T YU" carved into the closet lost some people, as it seems like a lazy typo (which happens a lot on Creepy Pasta...) but when you are thinking about it a couple hours later you may also start to wonder why they are all in caps... The answer is pretty simple when you start to think about what the "Tapping" was the whole time and how hard it might be to scratch an "O".

- Lord Battle

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