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/x/ - Paranormal / Occult

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 No.533[Reply]

Hey guys I lurked and realized we don't have trollpasta thread. Can we have one? just for the lulz.

>Tl;dr ITT post shitty creepypastas or obvious troll pastas.
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 No.835

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fucking hilarious

 No.850

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>I am a tree

My sides.

 No.989

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Couldn't find the screencaps of this so here's a link:

http://crappierpasta.tumblr.com/post/59500542701

 No.993

>>533
>Joke creepypastas
I've also found old creepypastas on their Wikia; Mario World, I HATE YOU, etc.

 No.999

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>>989
>Couldn't find the screencaps of this

I couldn't either, actually, which is why the post is arranged like that instead of in some other, more pleasing fashion.

The whole problem is the image that is stuck at the bottom, under the text. Screencaps of creepypasta usually shrink in your browser to fit your screen, especially in a semi-lengthy pasta like this. If that image at the bottom of it was visible from the get-go, the joke wouldn't be as funny.

That's why there's no screencaps of it.



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 No.351[Reply]

So /x/. Whats your favorite SCP?
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 No.980

>>979

That post was over 2 years ago. Are you that creep who made Booger leave?

I miss Booger too ;_;

 No.981

>>980
idk if it's him, but most of the last replies in the news page are like "i miss u boggerz" in different boards.
Seriously dude, what the fuck…

 No.982

>>981

i noticed that too. I bet it is him.

 No.983

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He's not really the reason I don't come around anyway. That incident did cause me to leave for a few months, and when I got over it, I came back and found I didn't really enjoy uboachan much anymore. People had changed, the tone had changed, and I had changed. These things are inevitable. I have new places to hang and new groups that I talk to. I do miss when uboachan was my favorite site and I miss being really into Yume Nikki, but I'm also enjoying great people and things and online places now. Just different ones than here.

These things are inevitable, like infestations by toothpick larvae and finding out your dog is actually an SCP.

 No.984

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>I came back and found I didn't really enjoy uboachan much anymore. People had changed, the tone had changed, and I had changed.

I wasn't trolling back then when I said uboachan was changing; but everybody dismissed my message. I'm glad I'm not the only one who actually thinks like this, or at least not the only one posting about it.
It's really a shame, it happened so fast most of us suddenly started to feel the site was some kind of alien place; different. I often find myself wondering where most of the userbase is right now, those from the old times when this was our home and we were a big family.
I really miss you, anons. Were those words simply chat for you, guys? Did you really mean you loved this site, or it was just escaping from your reality, and now you've found something new to run to?
Ah, well, it cannot be helped. I guess people started to feel this place was an impediment to advance in their lives, or maybe they forgot about everything on this site, or they simply got bored of us. Either way, those lying words feel so empty now.

Anyway, I'm glad you're doing well, booger, and while it's kind of sad to know you don't come here everyday anymore like in the old days, it's good to hear that the creep incident didn't recluse you in some kind of way, though it sure was nasty. I'm really sorry for that. I hope you keep shining with happiness around wherever you are now, and the best of luck for all your projects.
Just don't forget the good times you've had here, and the people you've met. I'm sure that this way, the time everybody has spent here will actually have some kind of value, even if minimal, even if useless. I think that this is how uboachan will be kept alive even long after the users here had grew up into old people, or changed their lifestyles, or whatever happens to them. Even if nobody visited this place anymore, I know that while we acknowledge the joy of this site in our hearts, it will be alive.

Damn man, I've been having negative thoughts ever since this year started.



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 No.960[Reply]

Dulce underground base LEAKED !!
BLACK PROJECT RESEACH
ALIEN HYBRIDIZATION

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 No.962

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Aliens are a pretty common thing in japan nowadays.



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 No.927[Reply]

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 No.691[Reply]

So an artist who's webcomic I followed for a while died. At least I think, the term "got into a strange accident" keeps getting tossed around. Regardless, his website is now this:

http://m3ps.blogspot.com/

It makes no fucking sense and its creeping me out, what's the timer for? Can anyone maybe try to figure out what the fuck is going on?
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 No.892

>>891

Well (assuming that what you've said is not a lie), this is something I'm really glad to read. It's good to know you guys are still working on it.

I was really sad when /x/ and fuckfiction abandoned the investigation because 'you didn't post more puzzles', and specially since you all stopped your activity afterwards. This was really entertaining for me, and it was cut off so suddenly…

Now, can I ask for some M3Ps draws? I really love her art. It can be a proof that you're still working on it too, or some kind of preview.

Also, is Maverick somehow inspired in Multivac?

 No.893

>>892
Actually, it really wasn't anyone's fault but our own. The whole thing started as an experiment, and due to the reaction it got on /x/ it spread to reddit, then to unfiction, and to blogs all over the place.

What really shut it down was, the writer wanted the project to grow with the audience, but that became really problematic. We wanted the site to be something you stumble upon, and get a feeling of "there is something not right with this website". A feeling of discomfort. That's the root of a good ARC, feeling like the world you're getting involved with is real. This was especially difficult considering how fictional the world is.

Regardless, all of those conflicting subjects came together, and it was decided by all of us, we needed to sit down and rewrite what we had. Really, at the start, there wasn't a story except for the webcomic story. Everything involving M3Ps grew around what people did. MAv3rick was a product of that too.

Really, in terms of websites, the problem was the project got too much attention too fast. When it started it was one person, then it grew to 10, and now its about 5 or so. But that still wasn't enough because we all have lives outside this and it was a hobbie for us. We couldn't keep up with what we wanted to do.

And sadly I can't offer art, because anything new is pretty much all spoilers. I can tell you were working on music though, a lot of it pretty neat.

And lastly, another reason we are taking the hiatus is so people forget about the project, we felt it was getting the wrong kind of attention. An ARC relies on it's audience, and we were being bombarded with waifu fags. And that was because the direction the story was going. Our own fault really.

 No.898

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Are you a regular here or you just passed to check out if we were still active?

If you're a regular, do you think you can tell us when this all starts again? I used to check the webpage regularly but I know I'll probably forget, so it would be cool when you guys decide to reactivate this if you could drop a message here.

And pls answer this
>is Maverick somehow inspired in Multivac?

 No.920

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 No.970

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>>920
This was a comment in /n/ made by m3ps, lol guys if the party is over you didn't need to erase any evidence. It isn't like we REALLY believed anything happening here was real.

Damn, and I had hope this would turn out well.



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 No.885[Reply]

If there is already a thread about these, tell me and I'll delete this.

Do any of you know any games like One Man Hide and Seek and Midnight? The Christmas holidays is coming up and me and my cousin plan on spending it doing scary games.

>Pic not related


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 No.6[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

So you've set up your own paranormal board, eh? Well then. As I can see it isn't very active, I'll propose a good old fashioned creepy thread. I know you guys have the ability, so let's do it!

ITT:

>Any creepypasta you can paste in or post as a picture,

>Any legitimately creepy picture,

>Nope.avi and other forms of story,

>OC.

I'll start us off with a dump.
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 No.847

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 No.848

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 No.849

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 No.852

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RIP /x/. You will always be inside my heart.

 No.853

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 No.162[Reply]

http://www.angelfire.com/trek/caver/index.html

with the story of his discovery in a local cave.
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 No.212

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I found the story pretty riveting.

I'm from a depressed rust-belt city and exploring creepy old factories and random caves is a common passtime for delinquent students who have nothing else to do.

I found it easy to relate to this story.

 No.213

Yea, this is one of my favorites stories ever. after i was done, i had chills. had to go take a walk in daylight to get it off. had to have read it when i was about 13.

 No.214

Does this just end like that? Any info on Ted's journey? Does this imply he didn't make it out alive? This is the only interesting story I've read on the whole paranormal field.

 No.658

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It's an old story written by Thomas Lera. It stops at page 10 because he wanted it to end without the reader knowing what happened.

 No.659

That was so good. And it had my favorite kind of ending, too.



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