Creepy Horror True Stories
This true story of a murder in the Australian Outback influenced the Wolf Creek movie and five books are on their way. The scenic Wolfe Creek National Park in the Western Australian Outback has never received so much attention, even though the movie title misspells it. The actual name of the remote meteorite crater on the edge of the Kimberley and the Great Sandy Desert is Wolfe Creek. Wolf Creek: A True Story? In the Wolf Creek movie story three young backpackers in their twenties return from a hike in Wolf Creek National Park in the Australian Outback to find that their car won't start. They accept help from a seemingly friendly local bushman. He tows their car to his camp, an abandoned old mine site. They spend the night there,... Read More
The Chupacabra lives! Well, not “lives” literally. It was, in fact, hit by a car, decapitated, and frozen, which makes living difficult for most things. But the tenacious crypto-beast refuses to be silent, even in death, and so I invite you all to have a seat on the cryptocouch, and kick up your feet on the ottoman of open-mindedness. Do so now. A quick refresher: Last year a Texas woman found several strange looking animals on a road near her ranch—all had apparently been struck by cars. The creatures were about 40 pounds each, grayish, largely hairless, fanged, and dog-like. It was suggested that these animals might have been responsible for the deaths by exsanguination (removal of blood) of dozens of chickens in the area over the last... Read More
Christie Cleek lived in the reign of David II and he was a butcher from Perth during the 1400s which was a time of struggles like flood, famine and plague. This was around the time of the Black Death, with stories of demonology and witchcraft running rampant. During times of starvation there were harrowing tales of cannibalism and barbarism occurring everywhere, obviously due to the unsustainable and difficult lives of people at the time. Christie and a band of friends lived a life of highway robbery and scavenging to survive these hostile times up in the treacherous foothills of the Grampian Mountains. When one of the party died, Christie used his skills of butchery and the group feasted on the cooked flesh of their fallen comrade. Eventually... Read More
It was a chance encounter at a California bookstore in 1974, that would eventually reveal one of the most terrifying hauntings in American history. The case, which was used as the basis for the film “The Entity,” involved a woman named Doris Bither and her four children. Bither was the woman at the bookstore who overheard two men discussing a haunted house and approached them to say that her house was also haunted. Although unknown to Doris Bither at the time, one of the men was Kerry Gaynor, a paranormal researcher and associate of Dr. Barry Taff from UCLA. Doris Bither had moved to California with her family at about the age of 10. Little is known about her early life but by the time she spoke withe the... Read More
Elizabeth Short, born in Boston before being brutally murdered in L.A. is one of the most famous aspiring actresses in crime history and was known as the Black Dahlia. This notorious cold case is most known for the vicious way in which Betty was severely mutilated then cut in half, her body found by a female resident in the area. She was found on the 15th January 1947 in a vacant lot, her corpse bare and grotesquely exposed. She had been dissected, mutilated and her lifeless body drained of blood. A detective named Brian Carr was reported to have said "I just can't imagine someone doing that to another human being." Despite a serious lack of evidence, one of very few clues was a sole witness who reported a suspicious black sedan around the... Read More
This photo was taken in my basement. My sister took it and showed me. There is no explanation for the happening or anything. We have no idea who it was although it could be my grandmother. My sister sent me the photo and the only thing done was cropping out the stairs. This is a real actual photo. We all slept together that night: Me, my sister, her boyfriend, and my cousin. We also smelled my grandmother's perfume as well. We aren't sure if it was her or the previous owners who had died here. There is not much to this story, but that seems to be the most weirdest and coldest place in my house. Always by the basement door, we get the chills. If anything else comes up, it will be posted.
Sometime last year during the fall season. . A group of friends and myself decided to check out abandoned buildings, and so called haunted places. After checking out a few boring areas for cheap thrills, I suggested we visit the abandoned cold storage... The cold storage in our town is about 6 stories , 8 if you count the underground stories. It burned down sometime back in the 50s or 60s and has been abandoned but easily acessible ever since. There is grafitti and such on the inside, as well as pieces of fiberglass everywhere , more like chunks. We made our way to get in , in secret, due to the off chance a police car might drive by and see us investigating the place. So we went around the back, walking along some train tracks. It was... Read More
Albert Fish is known for being one of the most vile pedophiles and killers of all time. After his capture he admitted to molesting over 400 children, torturing and killing several others. Fish was a small, gentle looking man who appeared to be friendly and credulous, yet once alone with his victims, the monster inside him was unleashed - a monster so perverse and evil, his crimes seem unbelievable. He was eventually executed and according to rumors, turned his own execution into a fantasy of pleasure. Albert Fish was born on May 19, 1870 in Washington D.C., into a family which had a history of mental illness. His parents abandoned him and he was sent to an orphanage which was a place of savagery where he was exposed to regular beatings and... Read More
JOLIET Joliet is a doll who has stayed in one cursed family for generations. For a grand total of 4 generations, the doll has cursed all the women in my family. It seems, every woman in the family gives birth to two children, a girl and a boy. But sadly, the son always dies under mysterious circumstances on the 3rd day of his life. The curse began when Joliet the doll was given to a woman by her vengeful friend. After getting the doll, the woman gave birth to a boy only to have him die on the third day. The doll is thought to be a vessel for all the lost babies over the years. Screams and infant noises can be heard from the doll at night. ELMO It’s hard to believe that the beloved Elmo doll could be haunted but unfortunately, an Elmo... Read More
DON’T LOOK AT IT! Some people think that this book contains a drawing by Lucifer himself, and happens to be cursed. The Codex Gigas, which is the largest medieval manuscript in the world, is nine inches thick and 36 inches tall. But it’s shrouded in mystery as a result of an eerie image of the devil contained within, leading many to believe that the book was written under eerie circumstances. SPOOKY. Legend has it that the book was created when a monk from the Middle Ages was due to be bricked up, after he broke monastic vows. But in order to avoid the punishment, he promised to write a book containing all human knowledge in a single night.