The Creepy Experiences/Ghost Stories/Conspiracy Theories, etc Thread • Page 59

Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Letterbomb31, Apr 3, 2016.

  1. sonder

    eat my shorts, jabronis

    Did a quick search in the thread and no one has mentioned the Spooked podcast yet (hosted by the same guy from NPR's Snap Judgement). Got so into that show around last Halloween...the way they do it comes across as really authentic (and therefore creepy af sometimes). It's not all creepy stuff, some just straight up head-scratchers or interesting stories.

    Anyways, season 3 is coming out soon if anyone wants to get into it. This one is a good place to start that has one reeeeally creepy story and one that is actually kinda nice.
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  2. Daniel


    Nice. Thanks for the recommendations, I'm always looking for more spooky podcasts. I recently started Astonishing Legends and the Black Eyed Children episode freaked me out, any time I have to get up in the middle of the night I'm afraid they're going to knock on my door.
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  3. sonder

    eat my shorts, jabronis

    Nice thanks for the recommendation back.
  4. barrysingh101 Sep 21, 2019
    (Last edited: Oct 6, 2019)


    Here is a recount of an occurrence of high strangeness which was witnessed by 5 people (myself included) that we refer to as "The Shoestring Incident"
    Back in around '95 I lived in a two family house of which I occupied the 2nd floor. I had my bandmates and two friends all sitting and talking about everything from Spiderman's enemy Venom to the question of is there an alien presence to what guitar strings are the best...while we all were talking and drummer T dozed off, like he usually does when we are all winding down from practicing...he was not out for 5 minutes when he jarred himself awake and readjust his feet's position which at the time were right foot over left foot...he found himself not being able to adjust and looked down to see what was preventing him to do so, he uttered out loud "what the f__k??" then "guys...what is this?"..we all asked him what was he talking about...he said "who did this?" at that point we all gathered around him and were more than a little freaked out that his shoe laces (he wore airwalks) from both shoes were retied into a checkerboard fashion at about 7x7 square...not only that but in the center of the checkerboard was a wildly arranged knot (like a Japanese ornamental knot) which he nor any of us could figured how or who did it..he had to remove his shoes together as they were very tightly bound..3 of us were working to get it undone and the others just stood around and were too shaken by it to really be comfortable...after about 45 minutes we finally got them undone...after that a close friend who was present moved out of the state..but before he left as we were hanging out he told me "man, I am going to move to Michigan...I just wanted you to know why...I been thinking about that time when T's shoes were all knotted up and I cannot make sense of it...and that scares me..and that is why I have to move."
    Needless to say my old friends and former drummer T tells me that there is not a day that passes that he does not wonder what happened that night.
    The above recount of an occurrence is to my best knowledge true and without error.
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  5. Kiana

    Goddamn, man child Prestigious

    New fear of old fridges

  6. chris

    Trusted Supporter

    the punky brewster fridge episode was the most effective cautionary tale of my childhood despite the fact I don't think I've ever even seen an old fridge like that in person
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  7. Dog with a Blog

    The Flammable Man Prestigious

    so Indiana Jones shoulda died in a fridge ?
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  8. jkauf

    Trusted Supporter

    Triggering my claustrophobia like whoa.
  9. Nyquist

    I must now go to the source Supporter

    I lived in a tiny little house with my parents and older sister until I was five when they moved us to a larger house because my little sister was on the way. I have an incredibly vivid memory of watching this particular episode with my older sister on our tiny TV in our little living room and being absolutely mortified. My mom tells me my memories of that old house almost certainly must be secondhand because I was so young but I am telling you I WILL NEVER FORGET WATCHING THAT.
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