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    Published: 22/05/2017
    Creepypasta.com has seen a lot of great stories this month, and we’re hopeful to keep up that trend! In an effort to best guide our selection process, we wanted to ask for your opinion on the sort of ... Read more
  • The Last Pine Barrener

    Published: 22/05/2017
    About eight years ago, my great-grandfather, Everett, passed away. Initially, you might say, that doesn’t seem like something worth writing down, but you see, he was 126 years old. Guinness World Reco ... Read more
  • PseudoPod 543: Be Still, My Dear, And Listen

    Published: 19/05/2017
    by J. T. Glover   “Be Still, My Dear, And Listen” was published in Issue 7 of “Makeout Creek”, a literary magazine based in Richmond, Virginia. J. T. GLOVER is an academic ... Read more
    Source: pseudopod.org
  • A Shadow of My Former Self

    Published: 17/05/2017
    Mad. We were all called that by the “normal” people who lived outside our white padded walls. Believe me, none of us chose this life. It was almost as if we were looking through a mirror a ... Read more
  • The First of the Three

    Published: 16/05/2017
    For William, it all started out as nothing more than a strange way of impressing a pretty girl, and he certainly wouldn’t have been the first in the long history of men who defied all semblance ... Read more
  • I’m Where I Should Be

    Published: 16/05/2017
    My mom died and I could not accept it for nine years afterward. Declared a suicide. Went mad looking for what happened, until one day I resigned to it and decided what happened happened. I let my mind ... Read more
  • Why I Killed My Father

    Published: 13/05/2017
    My name is Edward Thubbard and I recently killed my father. Now, before I am plagued with judgements of self-righteous proclivities allow me to first explain the circumstances surrounding my actions a ... Read more
  • Heaven’s Herb – Part Three

    Published: 12/05/2017
    To read “Heaven’s Herb” from the beginning, click here. To read Part Two, click here. Deciding to use the amrita on my own was more difficult than I had imagined it would be. The pre ... Read more
  • The Tracks to Nowhere

    Published: 11/05/2017
    “Have you heard about the tracks to nowhere?” That’s what George Lovely asked me that morning at school over our brightly-colored, sugary cereals. I replied that I hadn’t, allowing him to proceed with ... Read more
  • The Destiny Determiner

    Published: 7/05/2017
    He was rich, rich beyond his wildest dreams, with a beautiful wife by his side and two equally beautiful children. He had everything one could want in life: money, love, happiness. I should have left ... Read more
  • Deep Into the Shadows

    Published: 6/05/2017
    The following interviews were conducted with the foreknowledge that names and locations would be kept private. Therefore, they have been changed to respect the privacy of those involved. Every night b ... Read more
  • Heaven’s Herb – Part Two

    Published: 5/05/2017
    To read “Heaven’s Herb” from the beginning, click here. There have been two occasions during my life when I have been unconscious. The first occurred when I was a child, after a bite ... Read more
  • Charles Bonnet Syndrome

    Published: 5/05/2017
    I suffer with a condition called Charles Bonnet Syndrome, or Visual Release Hallucinations if you want to get more technical. It’s a condition that’s far more common than you might realise — it’s esti ... Read more
  • The Girl, The Woman, and The Creature

    Published: 5/05/2017
    She had no memory of how she got here. Deep within a labyrinthine dungeon, in a multitude of cold, rocky, undulating passages, intertwining and stretching in every direction, dimly lit with torches bu ... Read more
  • Donor Spotlight: Esther Choy

    Published: 3/05/2017
    Our generous donor Esther Choy has agreed to help support the StoryCorps Listening Challenge by offering a challenge grant opportunity to match every gift dollar-for-dollar up to $5,000 until the end ... Read more
    Source: storycorps.org