Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Username Warning

One day, a boy was surfing the internet and found a site that let you read scary stories. He wanted to leave a comment, so he registered with the username, Devil666. Instantly, his inbox was flooded with private messages saying things like "We love you, Satan!" and "All hail the dark Lord!" It freaked him out so much that he turned off his computer and unplugged his internet.

The next day, a group of Satanists stormed his house and bowed before the boy, worshipping him. Later, they killed his parents and took over the house. They drank, smoked, and ate everything in the house. That night, they put on black robes and recited prayers backwards. The boy grew horns, pointy ears, and a barbed tail. He also began to smell of sulfer.

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Terror in Paris

We all know that on Friday, October 13, 2015, France was attacked by the terrorist group known as ISIS. Above is a picture of the scene. One hundred eighty people were killed in this horrific incident.

All around the world, people and nations are rallying behind France in a show of solidarity. Land marks that constantly have lights on them appear in the colors of the French flag. The Eiffel Tower lights were shut off in memorial. The last time such an event happened was on September 11, 2001.

Easy A

There is a rumor among college students. It is how to get a 4.0 GPA, which seems to be getting harder and harder every year.

So far, any instance of this actually happening hasn't been found, but one never really knows. It does depend on the school and the teacher.

Aren't You Glad You Didn't Turn On The Light?

Two best friends, who had grown up together, went to the same college and became roommates. They had fun and were enjoying their school life.

One day, the girls decided to stay up and do some extra studying for the mid-term exams that were scheduled the next day. However, one of them got lazy and went to bed early while the other continued to study.

Friday, November 13, 2015

Black-Eyed Children

Black-Eyed Children (BEK) are a group of young people, most often young kids, that have solid black eyes. This means that no other color can be seen in their eyes, not even the whites. Some are said to have blue or blue tinted skin like a corpse. Many reports have noted a sense of uneasy from eyewitnesses, as if something was wrong with the child or something bad would happen to the eyewitness themselves.

They are usually met near abandoned or deserted areas, though they can appear at your doorstep. Sometimes it is just one child, other times it is two. They are described as looking confident, yet shy. They avoid your gaze and look down. This is to hide their eyes. They also speak with an eloquence far beyond their apparent age.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Hairy Arms

A young woman was shopping on Halloween for some candy to hand out to the kids in her neighborhood. She had just finished shopping and was carrying her things to her car.

Just as she finished putting her bags in the trunk, an old woman carrying a bag walked up to her and said, "Excuse me, but I missed my bus. I have been walking all day and my feet hurt. Would you mind giving me a ride, deary?"

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Justin Bieber Riddle

There was a young girl who had a terminal disease and spent most of her time in the hospital or her bed due to her condition. Because of this. She didn't have any friends. And no one to play with. Over time, her condition worsened and her stays in the hospital were longer.

Eventually, the doctors had to give the mother the bad news. They took her aside and told her that the girl had a short time to live. One day, hearing the young girl's story, a man that worked for a charity organization went to see the mother to see if he could help.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Winchester Mansion

Sarah Winchester was married to William Wirt Winchester, owner of Winchester Repeating Arms Company. They had one child, a daughter named Annie Pardee Winchester. This child had a rare disease, called Marasmus, that didn't allow nutrients to be absorbed into the body. Sarah and William could only sit by and watch as their daughter starved to death. Not long after the infant died, William died from tuberculosis.

Shortly after that, Sarah moved to San Jose, California. As the window, she had inherited more than $20.5 million, and almost half of the rifle company. She earned $1,000 ($23,000 in today's money) a day from the company. There, she began building the Queen Victoria Style Mansion. She began building the house because a Boston medium supposedly channeled her late husband and said she should travel west and build a house for herself and the ghosts killed by the Winchester guns.

Monday, November 9, 2015

Under the Bed

A family was on vacation and checked into a cheep hotel. They got two rooms, one for the parents and one for the brother and sister. When the children entered the room, they noticed a horrible smell and told their father.

The dad called management and told them the room smelled and they wanted a new one. Management said that all he could do was send a maid to come clean the room because they were all booked up for a convention that was in town. The father consented and took his family out.

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Crazy Bus

There was a bus driver that worked for the count hospital. He was on his way to deliver twenty patients to the nearby mental hospital. Along the way, he got thirsty. He stopped at a bar for a few drinks.

When he returned, he found the bus was empty. Somehow, the mental patients had escaped and were now roaming free. He was worried he might lose his job. Then, he got a brilliant idea.

Devil at the Dance

A girl in Texas was excited about the high school dance. She had a new dress for the occasion and she was sure that she would be beautiful. She thought it would be the highlight of her young life.

Her mother came home, pale and shaking, and said, "You are not going to the dance!"

Friday, November 6, 2015

Spooky Specials

Spooky Special is a tag that simply means that it is for fun. In a way, it is a kind of gift from me to you so that you have a break from the scary stuff and see the lighter side of things. So please, don't think of it as scary surprises, just something to enjoy.

Turkey Comics

Since I did a ghost theme for Halloween, I will now do turkey comics for Thanksgiving. Enjoy.

Turkey Myths

It is  November, which means golden turkeys, over eating, and desserts to die for. A time to go over the hill and through the wood to grandma's house. A day to put your diet aside and wear stretchy pantsfor more room in your stomach. The month women call "No Shave November" then regret that decision in December.

But the turkey! Soft, warm, juicey. Then the food coma and leftovers. What do we really know about this bird? And is it true? Here are some common myths that have been debunked.

Wednesday, November 4, 2015


A kodoku (蠱毒) means "worm toxin" in Japanese. It is similar to Chinese Gu Magic. Gu Magic uses living creature. You place poisonous bugs, such as spiders, scorpions, or centipedes, into a jar. Several months later, you dig them up and perform a death curse with the one survivor, who has devoured the others concentrated the poisons of the others into its body. It can be used with any animal is a confined space, even dogs, cats, etc.

A kodoku works in the same way, even with spirits as seen in the Ghost Hunt anime. With insects, it's easier to control and hide. The bug is supposed to bring wealth to the household, but must be feed a human life in return. If not, the bug will devour the homeowner.

Tuesday, November 3, 2015

Lotus Pond

There was this couple who planned on running away together. Their current situation prevented their love from growing. They agreed to meet at the lotus pond at 10 PM that night so they could leave and live happily together.

The woman arrived on time and waited for a couple hours. Thinking her lover had forgotten or decided to not be with her anymore, she plunged herself into the lake, killing herself by drowning. She died at midnight.

Monday, November 2, 2015


Thanksgiving. A day of good food, family, and... misconception?

Believe it or not, the Thanksgiving story we all learned is as fake as George Washington's wooden teeth. Was turkey actually served? Did the Native American people really come with good intentions? And was it actually called "Thanksgiving"?