This week, Charlie Barker takes the debatable position that CreepyPasta is a relatively new literary form. Charlie examines three tales in the style of CreepyPasta legends that were plucked right out of the realm of the unknown. They are, of course, absolutely true – at least in one of the infinite alternate realities.
How do you address a haunted colonial stockade that cannot be destroyed? Why, you ship it off to the west coast and wish them all the best in BITTER PILLORY TO SWALLOW. Next, it is a terrifying figure of a different sort. One hand drawn on concrete. Too bad the CHALKMAN didn’t stay on the sidewalk where he belonged. Then, it is the legend of a woman who tragically lost her life (and a little more above the neck) in THE FLOATING HEAD OF LUCY TASH.
Thanks again for your support of the surreal and supernatural. Your face is always welcome in this establishment. Your face and any other body parts you wish to contribute.