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creepiest location you have ever read?!
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Posted 4/21/09
something like behind you?!
Posted 4/21/09
I don't know, dark places.
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I am not sure if anyone will believe me but my friend and I went to this park in a mountain where nobody usually goes and they're like tiny houses there that no one lives in. They were owed by the patrol police a while back ago at least 50 years or so and it is definably a run-down since everything is dusty and has spider-webs. It looks untouched and reasonable neat in a few of those houses. We went into one that was messy in some ways. (Not to ruin the scary mood, but I think some homeless people went in that one) So we decided to go there around 6:00pm in the winter (Night comes closer and we went to go skiiing in the mountains, and came out of our cabins) and we sat there one behind a different wall. There is a long pillar that holds onto the roof and separates the room into to places and leaving one entry opening for one person to pass through and out to the other one. So we decided to sit in the opposite seperated sides. So technically we're leaning back to back but then there is a wall behind us. Everything was dark so we couldn't see anything, we only had our flashlights. So we sat there and talked about ghost stories, and I screamed...like a squeak and so did she because my scream was terrifying. Yeah and even though we tend to like supernatural stuff we believed that the flashlights dimming and weird wind noises were just natural causes. I hope*
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Posted 4/21/09

mai_takahashi wrote:

I am not sure if anyone will believe me but my friend and I went to this park in a mountain where nobody usually goes and they're like tiny houses there that no one lives in. They were owed by the patrol police a while back ago at least 50 years or so and it is definably a run-down since everything is dusty and has spider-webs. It looks untouched and reasonable neat in a few of those houses. We went into one that was messy in some ways. (Not to ruin the scary mood, but I think some homeless people went in that one) So we decided to go there around 6:00pm in the winter (Night comes closer and we went to go skiiing in the mountains, and came out of our cabins) and we sat there one behind a different wall. There is a long pillar that holds onto the roof and separates the room into to places and leaving one entry opening for one person to pass through and out to the other one. So we decided to sit in the opposite seperated sides. So technically we're leaning back to back but then there is a wall behind us. Everything was dark so we couldn't see anything, we only had our flashlights. So we sat there and talked about ghost stories, and I screamed...like a squeak and so did she because my scream was terrifying. Yeah and even though we tend to like supernatural stuff we believed that the flashlights dimming and weird wind noises were just natural causes. I hope*


whoa... good thing you survive that..
Posted 4/22/09
your topic confused me a lil, but no i haven't seen many scary places
Posted 4/22/09

ishihara_yuuko wrote:


mai_takahashi wrote:

I am not sure if anyone will believe me but my friend and I went to this park in a mountain where nobody usually goes and they're like tiny houses there that no one lives in. They were owed by the patrol police a while back ago at least 50 years or so and it is definably a run-down since everything is dusty and has spider-webs. It looks untouched and reasonable neat in a few of those houses. We went into one that was messy in some ways. (Not to ruin the scary mood, but I think some homeless people went in that one) So we decided to go there around 6:00pm in the winter (Night comes closer and we went to go skiiing in the mountains, and came out of our cabins) and we sat there one behind a different wall. There is a long pillar that holds onto the roof and separates the room into to places and leaving one entry opening for one person to pass through and out to the other one. So we decided to sit in the opposite seperated sides. So technically we're leaning back to back but then there is a wall behind us. Everything was dark so we couldn't see anything, we only had our flashlights. So we sat there and talked about ghost stories, and I screamed...like a squeak and so did she because my scream was terrifying. Yeah and even though we tend to like supernatural stuff we believed that the flashlights dimming and weird wind noises were just natural causes. I hope*


whoa... good thing you survive that..


hmm not half bad. the scariest place i've ever been to would be my grandmas house. You see in mexico shit really happens. To start the story my grandma is an actual witch. back in the day she used to have rituals in mexico with her friends and husband. one day she decided to go to the cemetery and gather some dirt for he buudoo. she went back home and with her husband and friends spread the dirt in all the closets. there goal was to summon the dude from below himself, and they did. well my granny has never liked my dad so she made a deal to harm us in any way possible. my grandpa at the time (who i've never meet) mundo didn't like that so he made his own deal. to leave us alone for exchange of his soul. he accepted. this is all a true story. no bull. that house has is like fucking scary. i only lived there for a year since my grandma came to cali and left us the house. man the shit you see there will scar you for life. random shit knocking at the window when outside it's perfect. noises. u name it i've seen it. I feel bad for my old man do. he stayed alone at the house for about 8 months when we went to cali. he says every night there would be this large figure that looked like a minotar outside in the back yard. he would chase it away while saying stuff about the bible and good. today that house is no more. it's just any old beeten down house in Juarez, my home town.
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Why is this in the Extended Discussion section?
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Posted 4/22/09
i will say, a hospital is always creepy.
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Posted 4/23/09
female toilets
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Posted 4/23/09

....... ok.. now I'm speechless... That is freaking scary..
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....... ok.. now I'm speechless... That is freaking scary..


till this day i'm still followed by what ever lived with me in that house.
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Posted 4/23/09

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ishihara_yuuko wrote:


....... ok.. now I'm speechless... That is freaking scary..


till this day i'm still followed by what ever lived with me in that house.


LOL....do u have a third eye or something?
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Posted 5/16/09
cemeteries, ancestral houses, the dark...
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Posted 5/16/09
haa.~!
it was also like somethiing behind you nd stuff...
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Posted 5/16/09
the nambla clubhouse
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