1. Post #721
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    Alright, here's a creepy one for you folks:

    http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1048

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  2. Post #722
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    I'm inclined to disagree, they give their OWN personnel amnesiacs following certain procedures or care of specific things for an amount of time etc.

    Besides they aren't supposed to be DICKS, they're protecting ordinary people from supernatural or unusual and dangerous stuff. I'm not an expert but from what I've read so far it's implied that anything morally shady that the foundation does is a necessity for the greater good - the toilet thing is comically ineffective and fairly shits on the canon as I understand it

    I know a lot of things aren't set in stone on purpose and there's all the different authors and that, but I'm pretty sure you have the wrong end of the stick if you think the foundation is "evil"
    I think the idea is that the other mentions of amnesiacs were all either lies or half-truths, so if they had to use it on one of their own it would still shock them enough to work. Evidently nobody other than high up guys and the people who actually do the procedure know about it, so I'd imagine they just spread the idea that it's a drug or something and leave it at that.

    And they're not actually evil ofc, but the things they do are evil. Plus individual staff and leadership range from OK but extreme, to sociopaths, to just straight up manipulative, dangerously insane freaks - like that one SCP that's basically just a hypnotic giant pair of udders that almost all the O5's are addicted to and abuse, putting themselves and everyone around them at extreme risk because of their weird crazy fetish. And there's that Agent guy in 231's article that implies all the stuff happening to her is unnecessary and/or the result of the O5's lying to everyone for whatever reason.

    So really IMHO, the Foundation isn't so much evil as it is easily mislead and corrupted by SCP's, malicious uncontained entities, or their own misinformed, occasionally insane members. All in all, they're kind of a mixed, psychopathic bag (which is actually an SCP).
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  3. Post #723
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    Some of you may know of a blog "Saya in underworld", which unfortunately went private some time ago. It has a rich collection of fantastic scary stories, videos, and other materials as such.

    Thankfully, it appears to be public again: sayainunderworld.blogspot.com

  4. Post #724
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  5. Post #725
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    January 2010
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    holy
    fucking
    shit

    that story
    THAT STORY
    i feel incredibly uncomfortable now. not gonna sleep tonight, holy shit
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  6. Post #726
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    In one of the first ones, they terminated an entire town and the burned it.

    Plus, class-d personnel (test subjects) are killed each month.
    Says in the FAQ that that is speculative

    And they're death row assholes anyway not civilians

    And if one article says they massacred a town and it doesn't seem justified then I'd probably consider that shitting on the canon as well

    Edited:

    I think the idea is that the other mentions of amnesiacs were all either lies or half-truths, so if they had to use it on one of their own it would still shock them enough to work. Evidently nobody other than high up guys and the people who actually do the procedure know about it, so I'd imagine they just spread the idea that it's a drug or something and leave it at that.

    And they're not actually evil ofc, but the things they do are evil. Plus individual staff and leadership range from OK but extreme, to sociopaths, to just straight up manipulative, dangerously insane freaks - like that one SCP that's basically just a hypnotic giant pair of udders that almost all the O5's are addicted to and abuse, putting themselves and everyone around them at extreme risk because of their weird crazy fetish. And there's that Agent guy in 231's article that implies all the stuff happening to her is unnecessary and/or the result of the O5's lying to everyone for whatever reason.

    So really IMHO, the Foundation isn't so much evil as it is easily mislead and corrupted by SCP's, malicious uncontained entities, or their own misinformed, occasionally insane members. All in all, they're kind of a mixed, psychopathic bag (which is actually an SCP).
    But like, after reading all of the large scale containment procedures and the implication of how big and influential the foundation is and how expensive it would be to maintain thousands of sites and so on, my willing suspension of disbelief is not going to survive the info that their "memory wipes" are just intimidation

    Especially since it wouldn't even work

    I like that bag article though

  7. Post #727
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    But like, after reading all of the large scale containment procedures and the implication of how big and influential the foundation is and how expensive it would be to maintain thousands of sites and so on, my willing suspension of disbelief is not going to survive the info that their "memory wipes" are just intimidation

    Especially since it wouldn't even work

    I like that bag article though
    eh, i guess you could just chalk it up to obligatory scary Jack Bauer flavoring. the SCP guys seem weirdly moved to make everything that isn't actually an SCP be just as ominous and/or ultraviolent, which i agree is one of their failings

    Edited:

    that individual story is still pretty good though imo, it's just that the implications of it weren't particularly well thought-out

  8. Post #728
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    holy
    fucking
    shit

    that story
    THAT STORY
    i feel incredibly uncomfortable now. not gonna sleep tonight, holy shit
    http://www.reddit.com/r/nosleep/comm...steps/#content

    If you can get through the somewhat-fucked-up layout due to I have no fucking idea why, here's a story that you'll just love~
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  9. Post #729
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    November 2011
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    I don't think this one has shown up in this thread yet




    have fun
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  10. Post #730
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    thats a great story
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  11. Post #731
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    January 2010
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    pussy
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  12. Post #732
    What's brevity?
    Dennab
    June 2006
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    I don't think this one has shown up in this thread yet




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    Just give the damn thing a carrot.

    Alternatively, zap it with electricity and then whack it with a pipe-wrench.
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  13. Post #733
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    The following is a story my grandpa used to tell me before he passed away, I thought r/nosleep might be able to appreciate it. This story is really long, so if you don’t want to read the full story, I’d suggest skipping the first two paragraphs (disclaimer: I’m not a WWII buff and I’m just telling this story the way I remember hearing it, some dates/locations may be slightly off):
    My grandpa was a British infantryman in the Second World War. He was only about 19 years old when he enlisted to serve his country, and while he thought that joining the military would give him opportunities to see exotic locations around the world, he was never deployed to Tunisia, or Italy or the Pacific, instead he ended up practically in his own backyard—Switzerland.
    This is just some historical information, but it’s important to understand before reading the rest of this story: Switzerland did its best to maintain “neutral status” throughout the war. But regardless of its attempts to maintain neutrality, Switzerland was still highly sought after by both the allied and the axis powers. Once the Nazis began committing acts of aggression against Switzerland, England provided reinforcements to the Swiss military. Yet, in an effort to prevent open war within its borders, the Swiss government instructed its military (and subsequently, the British reinforcements) to perform a series of tactical retreats into the Alps. That’s how my grandpa found himself stationed in a remote village in the Swiss Alps.
    At this time, it was early in the winter of 1943, and my grandpa’s company was stationed in a secluded village of about 500 people. Part of the advantage that they had with this location was that it was really hard to get to and therefore had little chance of being spontaneously invaded by Nazi Germany, but this was also a disadvantage because it made communication with the rest of the Swiss military very difficult. The issue with communication was further compounded when sometime in early December, a series of blizzards swept through the region and completely destroyed the few lines of communication that they had in the first place.
    So, essentially trapped in this isolated Swiss village without being able to make contact with the rest of the army, my grandpa’s Captain decided it would be best to uphold the standing orders and continue defending the village.
    Weeks passed. Any roads to the outside world were buried in 7-9 feet of dense snowfall, and any telegraph/phone lines that they had were equally useless. It grew deeper into winter, the leaves were stripped from the trees and the bare trunks protruded from the mountainside like broken ribs. The town was nestled between two large mountains, sunlight only directly reached the town for a few hours each day, making the soldiers feel as if they were living in a state of perpetual dusk.
    One night my grandpa was at the town bar with a few of his friends from the company, and a group of locals approached them, one of them in particular was visibly upset. All of the Swiss people in the town grew up speaking German, and none of them were used to having Brits around, so one of them began shouting in broken English:
    “Where… take you… the children?”
    Luckily, one of the guys my grandpa was drinking with spoke fluent German, and was able to act as an impromptu translator. After several minutes of confusion and yelling, the “translator” turned to my grandpa and the rest of the soldiers and said:
    “They say some of the village children have gone missing. They want us to do something about it.”
    Now obviously, the British military doesn’t exactly act as a bunch of “mercenaries for hire,” so my grandpa and his friends told the villagers to come back to the “Headquarters” (really just a makeshift barracks that they had thrown together in the town’s church) to talk to the Captain.
    Due to the language barrier, the villagers’ discussion with the captain took about two hours. And basically what the Captain and his self-designated translator were able to piece together was that:
    A few weeks after the company entered the village, the locals had noticed a variety of bizarre incidents. At first it was just benign stuff like “vanishing” pieces of wood and tarp from peoples’ sheds, but over the following two months, people realized that valuable items were being stolen from their homes—one man claimed that his family heirloom, a hand-made ceremonial halberd (sort of like a traditional Swiss war axe) had disappeared from above his fireplace mantle. The culmination of all of these incidents was when a village child went missing.
    Of course many assumed that the child’s disappearance, although tragic and disconcerting, could be attributed to something as simple as the boy falling into a snowdrift while playing outside or possibly being attacked and killed by a wolf or other predatory animal.
    But there wasn’t only one child that disappeared. There were several.
    The villager who entered the bar who looked especially upset? That was the father of two young boys who had gone missing two days before. He had searched everywhere for them, even rounded up a posse of his fellow townspeople to join the effort, but they couldn’t find a single clue as to what had happened to the children.
    The Captain told the villagers that he would continue to look into the matter, and that he would begin sending some of his men to patrol the streets each night looking for whoever (or whatever) was the culprit behind all the strange thefts and abductions.
    Later that night, Private Reginald disappeared from the barracks.
    Disappearing children was one thing, but a grown man? It seemed unlikely that an animal (even a wolf) could have taken down a healthy full-grown man on its own. Naturally, rumors began to surface that there was some sort of monster living in the mountains that came down at night to feast on the occupants of the village.
    Despite the nightly patrols ordered by the Captain, the disappearances kept occurring. Reginald was the only adult victim of whatever was preying on the village, the rest of the victims were all young kids between the ages of five and ten.
    All in all, including the original three kids who had gone missing, seven children vanished from the town.
    Many people in my grandpa's company were growing suspicious. One explanation that got passed around was that impoverished villagers were actually selling their own children to human traffickers for extra cash. But even that didn’t make sense because the roads into and out of the town were still blocked by snow.
    Three more weeks passed without incident, at this point it was early spring and the snow was starting to thaw. That night, coincidentally when my grandpa was on patrol with several other soldiers, they discovered what was behind the children’s and Reginald’s disappearances…
    It was sometime past midnight when my grandpa and his comrades noticed a figure peering through the bedroom window of one of the villagers’ houses. My grandpa was at the opposite end of the street, so at first the figure looking through the window didn’t see the patrol. My grandpa and the other soldiers yelled at the prowler, and it immediately tore itself away from the window and began running away. Everyone in the patrol was certain that this was what was behind the disappearances and break-ins. They ran as fast as they could in pursuit, through the melting snow and ice in the dead of night screaming at whatever it was to stop. They kept running and running, and soon they found themselves on the outskirts of the village, where the snow was still fairly deep. The figure “jumped into the ground,” it looked like it had vanished into thin air at first, but as the patrol grew closer, they realized that the prowler had actually just jumped into a “cave” that had been hollowed out in the side of a snowdrift.
    Just as the soldiers began yelling into the cave for the figure to come out and show itself, several gun shots exploded out of the entrance to the snow cave. Without thinking, my grandpa and the rest of the patrol shouldered their weapons and all began firing into the hole.
    Silence.
    They waited for what seemed like hours, but was really just a couple of minutes. One incredibly brave member of the patrol volunteered to climb into the cave and investigate, he drew his pistol, kneeled down and crawled into the cave. Several seconds later, he emerged with a completely horrified expression on his face.
    My grandpa took out his flashlight and shined it into the cave, when he saw the gruesome explanation behind the strange occurrences in the town.
    The “figure” that they had been chasing was Reginald, the private who had “gone missing” weeks before. They had shot Reginald right through the heart.
    The cave was not only occupied by Reginald, but also the bodies of seven partially eaten children.
    Either due to the stress of being snowed in all winter, living in near constant darkness or some sort of terrible mental issue, Reginald had gone completely insane and had begun breaking into the villagers’ houses, and snatching their children from their homes in the middle of the night. He had used the halberd that had been reported missing to dismember the bodies after he slit the children’s throats and hid them in the cave he carved into the snowdrift.
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  14. Post #734
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    I don't think this one has shown up in this thread yet




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    Oh fuck you i was browsing this thread while the page wasn't loaded yet and then the damn thing pops out of fucking nowhere.
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  15. Post #735
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    Joseph Smith's Avatar
    July 2011
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    Now that its very creepy.

  16. Post #736
    What's brevity?
    Dennab
    June 2006
    24,062 Posts
    I do hope that this thread picks up in a big way around the back-end of this month; after all; 'tis the month of terror and darkness, all leading up to All Hallow's Eve.

  17. Post #737
    Dennab
    December 2009
    18,376 Posts
    Well.

    I've been watching Twin Peaks with a friend, and holy fuck that thing has its weird and creepy moments.
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  18. Post #738
    What's brevity?
    Dennab
    June 2006
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    Personally, I've only watched the movie Fire Walk With Me, and that was certainly weird as all hell.

  19. Post #739
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    Well.

    I've been watching Twin Peaks with a friend, and holy fuck that thing has its weird and creepy moments.
    Personally, I've only watched the movie Fire Walk With Me, and that was certainly weird as all hell.
    Twin Peaks definitely fits the weird spectrum, not sure if I would call it creepy.
    Enjoyed it tho'

  20. Post #740
    What's brevity?
    Dennab
    June 2006
    24,062 Posts
    One scene I recall is the "mother's sister's girl" who "danced" and wore the red dress; even through the surreality the investigator explained what it all meant save for the blue rose. A pretty smart way of giving a briefing that'd weird out anyone not "in the loop" of agency code for missions.

  21. Post #741
    Twin Peaks definitely fits the weird spectrum, not sure if I would call it creepy.
    Enjoyed it tho'
    it's more "weird" than creepy, but the last episode is pretty fucking terrifying and it's crazy to think it actually aired on TV at some point.

    Edited:

    also, only watching FWWM instead of the whole series is probably the worst way to go about it. i watched through the series with a friend and then at the end we watched FWWM and it nearly brought us to tears.

  22. Post #742
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    it's more "weird" than creepy, but the last episode is pretty fucking terrifying and it's crazy to think it actually aired on TV at some point.

    Edited:

    also, only watching FWWM instead of the whole series is probably the worst way to go about it. i watched through the series with a friend and then at the end we watched FWWM and it nearly brought us to tears.
    Oh yeah, that moment. Season 2 was completely different to Season 1, I feel like it just went more insane.
    I've been addicted to the Sycamore Trees song because of it.

    And I actually haven't watched Fire Walk With Me.

  23. Post #743
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    Everyone knows that internet celebrity Ray William Johnson, right? Well there’s something you should know about him. He’s secretly a demon from hell. I know this because one day someone told me to look up one of his early episodes. There was supposedly a hidden episode no one has ever seen before. He told me the title, which I will not repeat, and then he committed suicide by hanging. I was frightened, but I had to get to the bottom of this.
    The episode begins with Ray reviewing one of his videos. This video was odd, though. It was a low quality video of a satanic worship session or something. The video quality only went up to 240p, when the average =3 video is at least 480p – 720p. I was disappointed, but kept watching. The video then declines in quality, making Ray nearly pixelated. He just stared at the screen for 45 seconds, before staring directly at me with red, demonic eyes. After another 10 seconds of this he said, in a deeper-than-usual, demonic voice, “Alright. It’s time for the comment question of the day. How will you die?” He rose from the ground; nearly floating in mid-air and spinning in circles. He stopped after 45 seconds of this and his eyes just became black, like empty sockets. The screen flashed a mixture of bright blue, green, and reddish colors. Then the screen suddenly went black for about 10 or so seconds. It then showed me through my webcam, but it wasn’t exactly me. My body was in a state of decay, as if I had been skinned. I was slowly rotting away. I looked at my hand, but it was just as it was all my life, with the skin attached to it.

    I exited out the video in disgust. I can see why my friend hanged himself. After the incident, I never watched a single video by Ray William Johnson. If you ever come across that video, DO NOT WATCH ALL OF IT. Message it to me and we will both petition it and take Ray William Johnson off the web. I’m tired of this asshole and his weirdness. He must be stopped!

    He is pure evil and is after me.
    The true fear

    Edited:

    I don't think this one has shown up in this thread yet




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    Original source please. This is hilarious.

  24. Post #744
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    June 2013
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    One of the most unsettling book covers I've seen:

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  25. Post #745
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    One of the most unsettling book covers I've seen:

    is that the source of bale's american psycho?

    also, why nobody cares about creepy stuff? so little posts, it makes me sick.

    Ill keep complaining and posting until we rise!

  26. Post #746
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    June 2013
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    Yeah, the book was so graphic you couldn't be a minor and buy it in Australia - in some areas at least.

  27. Post #747
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    November 2011
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    Original source please. This is hilarious.
    I found it on /x/ , Not sure of the source

  28. Post #748
    Dennab
    October 2009
    4,300 Posts
    Alright, here's a creepy one for you folks:

    http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1048

    That was genuinely unsettling.

    Edited:


    I like this a lot, but the ending was a bit predictable.

  29. Post #749
    BRS
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    oh fuck i remember reading that in new york post or another news site I think holy shit

    Edited:

    not yet been posted but

    http://facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=1313685

    fucking creepy shit

  30. Post #750
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    oh fuck i remember reading that in new york post or another news site I think holy shit

    Edited:

    not yet been posted but

    http://facepunch.com/showthread.php?t=1313685

    fucking creepy shit

    what in the hell

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  31. Post #751
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    July 2011
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    I don't even... What?
    http://vimeo.com/70775770

  32. Post #752
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    its art

    you dont even understand

  33. Post #753
    Dennab
    October 2009
    4,300 Posts

    This may have been posted before, being David Firth, but damn this is unsettling.
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  34. Post #754
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    July 2011
    121 Posts
    its art

    you dont even understand
    I wouldn't call the creepy and glitched out facial expressions art.

  35. Post #755
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  36. Post #756
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    I wouldn't call the creepy and glitched out facial expressions art.
    You missed the sarcasm, but it was hard to detect anyway

  37. Post #757
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    May 2011
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    I don't think this one has shown up in this thread yet
    -bunny guy-
    have fun
    Am I missing something? Why is this scary? Or is it a joke? (I snipped because I know how it feels when a gif scares you and people keep quoting it, though I'm not sure why this is scary.)

  38. Post #758
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    June 2013
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    I remember an internet ARG from a while ago I found through a CoD WaW Zombie story analysis video, it's been years and I haven't found it. All I know is it was a series of supposed recordings of unnatural and cruel government testing. No one got an idea what it may of been?

  39. Post #759
    Dennab
    October 2009
    4,300 Posts
    Just finished Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs. It wasn't as great as scary as The Dark Descent, but I liked the setting a lot more. All in all, it's a worthy sequel.
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  40. Post #760
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