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The Real Creepy ring around the rosie meaning

The Real Creepy ring around the rosie meaning

1300

HERE ARE THE LYRICS: Ring-a-round the rosies, A pocket full of posies, Ashes! Ashes! We all fall down. This story it's incredibly scary and it's just unbelievable if you think you can match it with one of the most popular children's game. Unfortunately the real story has nothing to do with children but it's all about hte bubonic plague that killed around 200 million people 7 centuries ago. So why "around the rosie"? It's not actually about a rose but you can probably match this part with one of the common signs of plague disease: the rash like a ring on the body, a red rash usually with a black circle around it. Quite creepy. The "posies" inside the pocket can be indeed associated with the fact that people usually kept wearing flowers to cover the... Read More

Creepy Numbers, Scary numbers to call on the phone

Creepy Numbers, Scary numbers to call on the phone

2019

At the same time as there are such a lot of mysterious unknown things which happen each and each day, there are many matters that most people, in reality doesn’t know approximately. And, there are numerous unexplained telephone numbers which exist, for a number of weird motives. A lot of them are downright creepy, to say the least. Here's a list of various creepy smartphone numbers, human beings can strive calling in the event that they dare to. Be warned however, a number of these may or may not collect information about you. As with any phone that comes your way everyday, be cautious of scammers available trying to scouse borrow your non-public info. In determined instances, people are turning to determined measures. in case you keep on receiving bizarre... Read More

Best Creepypasta of 2017 - MUST WATCH

Best Creepypasta of 2017 - MUST WATCH

2017

Creepypasta are essentially internet horror stories, passed around on forums and other sites to disturb and frighten readers. The name "Creepypasta" comes from the word "copypasta", an internet slang term for a block of text that gets copied and pasted over and over again from website to website. Creepypastas are sometimes supplemented with pictures, audio and/or video footage related to the story, typically with gory, distorted, or otherwise shocking content.   The internet urban legends known as creepypastas had a breakout year in 2016 as the internet-based folklore tales took off, thanks in a large part to Syfy’s new anthology horror series, Channel Zero, which took on individual stories for the small-screen. This sudden spotlight came... Read More

What is Daisy’s Destruction?

What is Daisy’s Destruction?

Unknown

What happens in Daisy's Destruction? Prosecutors told the court that Scully allegedly directed a video called ‘Daisy’s Destruction’ where a baby girl was tortured by a masked and naked woman. It allegedly showed the baby girl being tied upside down by her feet, sexually assaulted and beaten. In the series of videos, she is whipped and assaulted with sex toys by Peter Scully’s girlfriend – who he met when she herself was a child prostitute. According to the Sydney Morning Herald, the footage was so horrific police called it ‘the worst we have encountered in our years campaigning against child pornography.’ Reports that the video feature ‘Daisy’ being killed are inaccurate – while human remains were discovered at one of Peter Scully’s homes, the girl from the... Read More

La Pascualita: The living Dummy

La Pascualita: The living Dummy

March 25th, 1930

For years, the story of La Pascualita has been drawing loads of visitors, including media personalities, from all over Mexico to Chihuahua. Now, people from South America, the US and Europe have also started paying visits to the corpse bride. People smudge their noses up against the shop window, staring at the dummy, trying to figure out if she is real or not. They are taken in by her mesmerizing gaze and realistic-looking features. Most people walk away convinced that she has to be real. La Pascualita or Little Pascuala is a bridal mannequin that has “lived” in a store window in Chihuahua, Mexico for the past 75 years. That is quite a long time for a bridal gown shop to retain a mannequin, but then the dummy has a rather strange history behind... Read More

No Eyes (They Drink My Blood)

No Eyes (They Drink My Blood)

2011

Have you heard the story of the no eyes? It’s a tale that some say is too terrible to tell, but pull your seat closer to the campfire and I will reveal the terrifying legend. The San Bernardino Mountains contain a lot of wilderness regions which saw substantial activity about 100 years ago. Here, miners and loggers worked to bring materials down to the Los Angeles basin. But, like most industries of that time, there was a high profit motive, and workers lives were not as important as they were now. One day, a mine tunnel collapsed, trapping a number of men within. They were able to survive, after a fashion, by drinking water which seeped into the tunnels, eating rats, mushrooms, and their dead co-workers. They worked from within to dig themselves out, confident... Read More

Kuchisake Onna aka The Slit-Mouth Woman

Kuchisake Onna aka The Slit-Mouth Woman

1979

Kuchisake Onna, also known as The Slit-Mouth Woman, is a scary Japanese urban legend about a disfigured Japanese woman who brandishes a large scissors and preys on children. She has an enormous slit mouth, which extends from ear to ear in a horrible, permanent smile.The Slit Mouth Woman walks the streets of Japan, wearing a surgical mask and hunting for children. If you cross her path, she will stop you and ask you a question. If you give her the wrong answer, there will be horrible consequences. The Story You are walking home from school and your path takes you down a deserted city street. Suddenly, you hear a faint noise coming from the shadows. You glance over and see a beautiful woman standing there. She has long black hair and is wearing a beige trench coat... Read More