This is another simulcast blog in that I'm posting it on three different wikis. You know how people write "Lost Episode" pastas about children's shows? Don't worry, this isn't one of them. This is just to talk about something which shows that from time to time there actually is a bizarre episode of a children's show. Years ago there was a show called Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! that was meant for preschoolers, and an episode called "Everything's Coming Up Wubbzy" had loneliness, corrupt scientific experimentation, radical hypnotism, and the loss of identity. You think I'm kidding? Here's the wikia page for it- https://wubbzy.wikia.com/wiki/Everything%27s_Coming_Up_Wubbzy The plot is one of the characters makes a helmet that can make whoever we…Read more >
You go on YouTube and there are all these videos which claim to catch actual ghosts on camera. I’m usually skeptical because a lot of things can be faked. However, I saw these videos and, wow, let me tell you, I really can’t deny the reality of what I saw. Take a look and judge for yourself.
The first one occurs during this video, with the part in question occurring from 2:35-3:11. The filmmaker is doing some urban exploring in an area apparently noted for sightings of a ghost. As he passes a power plant he sees something. At 2:43 you can hear him stop talking and then begin breathing heavily, almost crying, at the frightening specter he sees before him.
The second one is during this video, with the part in question occurring from 37:1…Read more >
Something weird happened to me a few days ago. My aunt and I went to a local Lee's (a fried chicken restaurant similar to Kentucky Fried Chicken) and a guy behind the counter saw me and asked, "Hey, is that a blast from the past?" I didn't know what he was talking about, so after a confused pause I replied, "Maybe." I thought that maybe he was making a comment about my clothing, so I made a lighthearted joke. I turned my attention to the menu, but then he came into the main area and stood close to me. I looked at him and he finally asked, "April, right?" I told him, "No, my name's Kara," and he told me, "Oh, you look like a girl I used to work with!" He told me that I had a look-alike in a nearby town and added, "When you said, 'Maybe,' I …Read more >
I came across this blog I posted to the Creepypasta Wiki on October 5, 2014 and decided to post it here as well. I hope you enjoy!
I know that posting this might inspire someone to write a really bad pasta, but I think this is the funniest harvest/autumn story of the past few years. You know how corn mazes are popular this time of year? Well, sometime in the fall of 2011 a family trying to get through a corn maze panicked and called 911 (the American emergency system phone number). When the rescuers came it turned out that the family was only something like 10-15 feet (3-4.5 meters, if my calculations are right) away from the exit. If you don't believe me you can investigate yourself. I try not to be judgmental or uppity since I think we'v…Read more >
First there's a quick note- This will be my first blog simulcast on the Creepypasta Wiki and Jay's Horror Network wiki. Excitement! :-D
Last night I was watching some videos on my iPad. I decided to search "Raidra creepypasta" in the off-hand chance someone had narrated another one of my stories, and someone had! Creeparoni had just done a narration of "The Melon Head Illustration". :-D I always feel excited and honored when someone narrates one of my stories. This morning I was watching a compilation of contestants on talent shows performing "Chandelier" by Sia. Most of them were on international versions of The Voice, and I realized that's what it feels like when someone narrates one of your pastas- it feels like when one of the judg…Read more >