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    23
    Apr

    sixpenceee:

    the-butt-hut:

    sixpenceee:

    so a couple of followers suggested this to me, you can suggest things to me too just message me

    What’s makes blackout haunted house different is how they have real life scary scenes, like VIOLENT RAPE. 

    The following content contains spoilers on what goes on at the haunted house:

    Cracked.com had an article in which the guy explains what he had to go through, it includes things like being suffocated, witnessing horrifying violent sex scenes, and he himself had to go to do some pretty gruesome things to escape. He had to put his hand through a toilet bowl filled with vomit to obtain a set of keys. He even was told to staple his hands together. (Not real vomit and staple gun was empty)

    He says that past schemes at this house had other horrifying things, like making the visitors suck on bloody tampons. 

    It’s a psychologically twisting place. Luckily if it’s too much for you, you can yell SAFETY and you will escorted out. You won’t get your money back tho (that’s $50 gone). 

    Cracked article

    Official website 

    Video

    I DID THIS I DID THIS I MADE IT ALL THE WAY THROUGH still one of my favorite stories to tell and holy god i still remember every fucking detail

    here’a review of the house made by the tumblr user whose actually been through it

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    23
    Apr
    nosleepparanormal:

The creepy “lost episode” is a whole sub-genre of modern urban legend. But none has ever been quite so twisted as the legend that started them all: the story of the lost Mickey Mouse cartoon.
According to the legend, this cartoon is “nothing special.” It features a black-and-white Mickey walking past a repeating background, white noise playing on the soundtrack. At two minutes in it cuts to black and that’s it. Or so it seems.
Wait until the sixth minute, and the cartoon is meant to reappear. Only now the white noise has been replaced by the distant murmur of voices. The background Mickey was walking against has begun to distort in ways painful for the human eye to see, and Mickey himself is smirking unpleasantly.
From then on, the cartoon supposedly becomes a nightmare. A scream starts to rise up on the soundtrack as Mickey himself seems to decay, his eyeballs falling out and his grin getting ever wider. Impossible colors begin flickering across the screen, burning rubble rises in the background, and then . . . 
Well, it’s said that nobody knows what happens next. The only Disney employee to ever watch to the end committed suicide shortly after. All he left was a note describing the final frame: a piece of Russian text that translates as “the sights of hell bring its viewers back in.” And now it’s somewhere out there on the Internet, waiting for you to find it.

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    nosleepparanormal:

    The creepy “lost episode” is a whole sub-genre of modern urban legend. But none has ever been quite so twisted as the legend that started them all: the story of the lost Mickey Mouse cartoon.

    According to the legend, this cartoon is “nothing special.” It features a black-and-white Mickey walking past a repeating background, white noise playing on the soundtrack. At two minutes in it cuts to black and that’s it. Or so it seems.

    Wait until the sixth minute, and the cartoon is meant to reappear. Only now the white noise has been replaced by the distant murmur of voices. The background Mickey was walking against has begun to distort in ways painful for the human eye to see, and Mickey himself is smirking unpleasantly.

    From then on, the cartoon supposedly becomes a nightmare. A scream starts to rise up on the soundtrack as Mickey himself seems to decay, his eyeballs falling out and his grin getting ever wider. Impossible colors begin flickering across the screen, burning rubble rises in the background, and then . . . 

    Well, it’s said that nobody knows what happens next. The only Disney employee to ever watch to the end committed suicide shortly after. All he left was a note describing the final frame: a piece of Russian text that translates as “the sights of hell bring its viewers back in.” And now it’s somewhere out there on the Internet, waiting for you to find it.

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    (via spirits-influenza)

  3. 2422
    23
    Apr

    sixpenceee:

    sixpenceee:

    ok I just really want to warn people about this THING I’ve been seeing on the internet lately. It’s a collection of really frightening, short horror stories and it looks something like this:

    image

    BUT IT’S EVIL. When you are concentrating really hard to read it, THIS DEFORMED SKULL POPS OUT AT YOU AND IT GAVE ME A HEART ATTACK AND MADE ME SPILL MY TEA. 

    this is what it looks like by the way

  4. 1198
    23
    Apr
    sixpenceee:

There once was a man. A happy man who lived a happy life in the happiest world. But he felt something was missing. A hole in his heart that couldn’t be filled. One day, on his way to a happy day at work, he saw a homeless beggar, waggling a finger at him. He approached the beggar, and the beggar handed him a key.
"This key is a very special key. Once you find the door it unlocks, you will have everything you will ever need. A perfect woman, perfect household, perfect family. I have been there many, MANY times and have been satisfied with what I have found. They gave me food, shelter and happiness. Pleasure. All when the man of the house was away. You look like you need a get away, so take it."
The beggar walked away without another word, leaving the man to his own. He held the key, and with his greed he walked away. Away from work, away from family, all to find what door it unlocked. In a month, he lost his job. Within 5, he had lost his family. Within a year, he had lost everything. But still he looked, hoping to find the door it unlocked. But never did he find it.
He went back to his old household one day, tired and sad, and he looked on to the dilapidated house in the corner of the street. His house. He saw the door. And got curious. He walked up to the door, hand shaking, and put in the key.
To his dismay, it clicked.

    sixpenceee:

    There once was a man. A happy man who lived a happy life in the happiest world. But he felt something was missing. A hole in his heart that couldn’t be filled. One day, on his way to a happy day at work, he saw a homeless beggar, waggling a finger at him. He approached the beggar, and the beggar handed him a key.

    "This key is a very special key. Once you find the door it unlocks, you will have everything you will ever need. A perfect woman, perfect household, perfect family. I have been there many, MANY times and have been satisfied with what I have found. They gave me food, shelter and happiness. Pleasure. All when the man of the house was away. You look like you need a get away, so take it."

    The beggar walked away without another word, leaving the man to his own. He held the key, and with his greed he walked away. Away from work, away from family, all to find what door it unlocked. In a month, he lost his job. Within 5, he had lost his family. Within a year, he had lost everything. But still he looked, hoping to find the door it unlocked. But never did he find it.

    He went back to his old household one day, tired and sad, and he looked on to the dilapidated house in the corner of the street. His house. He saw the door. And got curious. He walked up to the door, hand shaking, and put in the key.

    To his dismay, it clicked.

  5. 101086
    23
    Apr

    heterophobicgoat:

    stupidandreckless:

    NOOOO NO NO NONO FUCK FUCK  FUCKIG CBS IS TELLING WOMEN NOT TO REPORT SEXUAL HARASSMENT BECAUSE IT WILL “DAMAGE THEIR CAREERS” and “HARASSMENT IS AN UNFORTUNATE PART OF CLIMBING THE LADDER” I AM SO ANGRY THEY ARE LITERALLY TURNING SEXUAL HARASSMENT INTO A NORM THIS IS NOT OKAY

    This is an actual article and I’m still having a hard time believing it’s real.

    (via sixpenceee)

  6. 22
    Apr

    Please vote for my photo in the FLOWERS II challenge, held by twenty20. Every vote helps!

  7. 32247
    20
    Apr

    anatomicalart:

    figsnstripes:

    Link to Homestuck Design Contest Page

    E-Mail What Pumpkin Link

    What Pumpkin on twitter

    Sources: [x] [x] [x] [x] [x]

    Hot Topic is known amongst artist groups as one of the worst offenders of art theft in U.S. retailers. I know artists are important to What Pumpkin, and I’d imagine multiple cases of art theft would be a very big deal. The most well-known of the cases were stolen fan art from independent artists, which is the same demographic the Design Contest was aimed to.  I’m an artist myself and I wouldn’t want to support a store that steals from my peers.

    The people running Hot Topic have zero respect to artists and to copyright law. They’ve been ripping-off independent artists’ storefronts, and continue do so. The whole company really should have been shut down long ago.

    If you support artists, independent, fan artist, or any kind, you should oppose Hot Topic and MSPA’s association with them!

    Tell What Pumpkin to kick Hot Topic out of the Design contest RIGHT NOW.

    We have so little time left to stop this please tell them that it is completely unacceptable to do any sort of business with petty art thieves.

    Even if you don’t know what to say, or if you think it would compromise the contestants; It won’t. Just please voice your thoughts in anyway you can put them. Don’t let Hot Topic get a dime out of Homestuck.

    And I might note that it’s worth keeping an eye out to make sure your own work in’t taken advantage of.

    (via re-questdenied)

  8. 219743
    20
    Apr
    Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia by night

    "When the night comes, the starry sky reflects on its surface like in a mirror, and you have the feeling of being in space."

    (Source: tsumetaiyozora, via charlierupertmurdock)

  9. 43
    20
    Apr

    Mimi’s House

    fudanshi-kun:

    As I said, lots of creepy stuff’s happened in my family, on both sides. But some of the creepiest things have happened in my Mimi’s house. It’s been around for a while, probably since the early 1900s at the most. It was definitely around in the forties, if the burnt postcards we found behind the mantle have anything to say about it.

    These are a bit long together, so I’ll put the last two under a cut. Though, they are quite interesting if you want a few things explained.

    Rocking Chair

    The bathroom on the first floor is next to an office of sorts, where, when I was much younger, my toys and my own kid-sized rocking chair were kept. I was very young at the time, probably four or five, so I can only tell this story from hazy recollections and the word of my grandmother. 

    Since she had to take a shower, she decided to have me play in the office so that she could hear if I were to need anything. She told me that she heard me talking to myself, as children do when they play, but eventually I became angry and started shouting (which I vaguely remember doing). Thinking that there was something wrong, she hastily put on a towel and came to check on me. I was standing in front of my rocking chair. She asked what was wrong.

    "He won’t get out! He says it’s his chair, but it’s my chair! He won’t give it back!” The young boy sitting in my chair was older than me, seven, probably. He had dark hair and dark eyes, and wore overalls over a white t-shirt. His feet were bare. The boy is the most vivid thing about the experience I can remember. Mimi couldn’t see him.

    In Bed

    It was many years later, and she was home alone. Completely alone, as she had not yet gotten her cat. She was in that state of half-sleep when she felt something jump up onto the bed. The bed shook as if someone was crawling on all fours, but with the weight of something much heavier than a house pet. She laid absolutely still, afraid, and recalling all those legends of creepy things that come to your bed at night.

    It crawled up behind her back, as she was facing the side of the bed. It was still for a few moments. Then it laid down, curling up against her. She could feel the pressure against her back, not unlike the feeling of myself when I got scared and would huddle up against her for comfort.

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    Apr

    dovakinwizard:

    I recently moved out of my childhood house into an apartment. To my dismay, the apartment I moved into would not accept pets, so I had to leave my cat Jinx behind. My mother agreed to take care of him for me. I went over every other day to see him. One day before work, there was this big fluffy…

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