Hello all, I am pleased to let you know that my YouTube channel has really picked up thanks to you and everyone in the Horror community here, YouTube and Twitter. If you like the stories on this site, you might like what I’m doing on YouTube. Come follow me on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/c/mrreality and Twitter […]Read More May and June update
When I was about 14 and living in Ottawa, Canada there was a story circulating about a babysitter who, after putting the children to bed, heard the washing machine or dryer turn on for a brief period and then turn off again. Now, the laundry room was situated on the ground floor of this split-level […]Read More The killer in the laundry room
I live in a busy city in the south of China not far from Hong Kong. I work in the city so I often commuted to work by train. The trains are crowded during peak hour and many of us have to resort to standing up the whole way. However on this day, a woman […]Read More I saved a kidnapped boy in China
The stories I share on this site are from people who I know personally, who I’ve met IRL or as part of the stories I am sent via the site and social media. Looming behind many missteps is the threat of creepiness behind each of their stories, but sometimes, there’s a story that is not […]Read More We lost our family friend recently
Good evening all, So tonight’s video is something I’ve been looking forward to doing for quite some time when starting up my channel on YouTube. It’s about true creepy encounters that have happened in Australia. Australia has a reputation of being a laid back, quaint country with friendly faces everywhere. But after hearing these creepy […]Read More True and creepy encounters from Australia is now out!
I live in the rural north part of Western Australia. Four wheel drive country. This story takes place in wet season. Anyone who has visited the outback or any rural towns in Australia will know what I’m talking about but for those of you who haven’t, the rural north parts have two seasons: Wet and Dry. […]Read More I had killed an innocent cat
When I was a teenager I lived in a state that had very lax gun laws. I thought guns were cool and my parents thought I was a responsible person so they bought me a rifle and 2 handguns. I was generally responsible with them: always carried them unloaded, cleaned them, only shot them in […]Read More The aftermath of an accidental death