What is the best creepypasta of all time?
Top 10 Best Creepypastas of All Time. 1 1 Jeff the Killer Jeff the Killer is a creepypasta usually accompanied by a picture of a white face looking in to the camera smiling in an unsettling 2 2 BEN Drowned. 3 3 Slender Man. 4 4 The Russian Sleep Experiment. 5 5 Squidward’s Suicide.
What are some creepypasta with pictures of white faces?
1 Jeff the Killer Jeff the Killer is a creepypasta usually accompanied by a picture of a white face looking in to the camera smiling in an unsettling manner. The creepypasta is also usually accompanied by the term “Go to sleep”. Jeff the Killer was the first creepypasta I’d ever read, and boy was that a mistake for the first time.
Do videos count as creepypasta’s?
Videos do count as creepypasta’s. That song sounds like 60s AC/DC lol. That song it sounds like this: oahoaaoaooahaohaoahaoaho. I learned about this on amazon prime the stuff called role play Creepypasta it’s epic.
What was the first creepypasta you ever read?
Jeff the Killer was the first creepypasta I’d ever read, and boy was that a mistake for the first time. When I read it my mom and brother were at the park, I am almost never home alone so I took this as a chance to read something scary.
What is Ben Drowned creepypasta?
BEN Drowned. BEN Drowned, or Haunted Majora’s Mask, is a well-known creepypasta (and later, an alternate reality game) created by Alex Hall, also known as “Jadusable”.
Is This creepypasta worthy of a movie?
It is interesting the impact that Amy has on him at the end, and the plot twist is one of the most beautifully crafted plot twists I have ever seen. This creepypasta is much better than Jeff the Killer, Eyeless Jack, Sonic.exe, and is even better than Candle Cove, Smile Dog, and Abandoned by Disney. This story is worthy of a film.
Creepypastas are free short horror stories that people share with each other online. The word “creepypasta” comes from the concept of “copy/paste.” Through misspellings and laziness, many people started calling stories that are copied and pasted a lot online “copy pastas.”