David and Abysmii make a descent into the dark depths of this week’s story, and sadly neglected to bring along a certain robot canary to check for toxic gases. Will they strike gold, or is this epistolary story a dead end?
Story credited to Daltsch. Read along here.
The DisneyPasta Writing Challenge is still in effect, and Kaela and David have called on the ever-typecast Slimebeast for help in this area, as they read a Disney-themed Nosleep narrative and ponder the pros, cons and tropes of stories based around the Mouse.
“Whatever you do.. stay out of the Disney vault” is credited to Jgoodspeed. Read along here.
David and Kaela have a birthday present for their friends at Random Encounters in their third, well, encounter with AJ, Gwen and Nate. From the depths of Creepypasta’s past come a pair of Pokemon perils that have significant history and a noticeable impact on the trend of PokePasta that followed. Do these two odd accounts still hold up?
“Pokemon Black” was written anonymously. Read along here.
“Lavender Town Syndrome” was also written anonymously. Read along here.
While taking a vacation aboard the Raygun I, David and Kaela sit down with Abysmii and Papreeka to read about a strange game created in the earlier 90s with supposedly otherwordly origins.
“Helious” was created by Sean Puckett, while the story presenting it as a Creepypasta is credited to TornadoAP. Read along here.
They may not be pretty soldiers, but David, Kaela, Abysmii and Seid are here fight evil by moonlight and talk about Sailor Moon while reading yet another attempt at a “lost episode” story. This Wattpad wonder seems to have been written by a kid, so the gang’s not expecting anything glorious by a long shot. But will they have fun anyway?
“Sailor Moon: Lost Episode” is credited to fluffycupcakegirl. Read along here.
Cleric of Madness, the erstwhile creator of the Creepypasta Wiki, rises again to help David and Kaela navigate a pair of bite-sized stories about the walking dead. Do these shambling shells have any semblance of life in them, or will they prove to be as mindless as the zombies they’re attempting to utilize?
Did you know there’s apparently two versions of “6 Underground” by the Sneaker Pimps? One’s the original and one’s a remix. David didn’t until he started editing this episode… Oh, and he and Allen read a story about vampires.
“Sex, Drugs, and Immortality is credited to Magicalmbeth. Read along here.
This episode brought to you by Anderson Robotics, producers of many fine paratech gadgets, as seen in the confines of the SCP Foundation and on Lord Bung’s Confinement. Available to ship worldwide very soon.
All of the entries read can be found on the SCP Foundation website: http://www.scp-wiki.net/
SCP-1360 - “PSHUD #31” was archived by Jacob Conwell.
SCP-2306 - “Revenant AI” was also archived by Jacob Conwell.
Though we announced it in the last episode, here is a formal issue of our next writing challenge, asking our courageous writers to pen a dark Disney tale.
Prizes: First place winner receives $50 USD, Second Place receives $25 USD and Third Place receives $15 USD. Winners will receive their cash prizes through PayPal, so you must be able to provide a PayPal in order to receive it.
Only one submission per writer
Word Count: 2,000 word maximum, no minimum
Due Date: July 17, 11:59PM PST
Sending Your Story
-Send your story to email@example.com
-All stories must have titles
-Send preferably as a .doc or .pdf, but can be put in the body of the email
-Please only add your name in the subject area of the email. Do not put your name anywhere in the story, whether it is in an attachment or in the body of an email.
-It has to be set in the parks. It can be about a ride or experience, or it could just take place within the context of the parks. It should have its main incident within a Disney park or resort property.
-Avoid writing only about Marvel, Fox, or Star Wars (The idea behind a Disney Creepypasta is the juxtaposition between a corporation, normally seen as “magical” and “innocent”, and unexpected terror. Focusing on the above franchises alone defeats the purpose).
-Can be as realistic or as supernatural as you like
-We’re looking for engaging stories, that capture that creepiness factor about Disney that people often forget. The story should easily interweave the family-friendly reputation of Disney with horror
-Judging criteria might favor stories that have a sense of grounding and detail, but that's based on understanding the setting and tone.
Kaela convinces David that it’s time to read another mediocre Disney-themed Creepypasta -and from deviantArt, no less - but this time seems to have some sort of agenda. What could she be up to?
“The Costume” is credited to Soulful-Sorrow. Read along here.
Another banterclass episode wherein David, Allen and Mike talk about a bunch of stuff, eventually read the story, and then talk about more stuff. This might not be the one for you if you want a simple straight read, but for those who like hearing asinine conversation, this is the one for you.
"Boothworld Industries" as a whole is credited to Christopher Bloodworth. Read along here.
David’s never really been a cat person but is alright being cat-adjacent, while Kaela had a cat growing up and likes them pretty well. That’s important because this episode, guests Eli and Kylie from Animal Fact Files are bringing some feline frights to peruse. Will these two tales make the groups whiskers stand on end, or are these cats better left in the bag?
"Feline Shadows" is credited to Dengrath. Read along here.
"Found Cat" is credited to Needle553312. Read along here.
The meaning of life, the universe, and everything has nothing to do with this episode, but it is fitting that David meets with AJ, Gwen and Nate from Random Encounters 41 episodes later, somehow. This week brings a horror story of neglect, apathy and possible murder all buried in a gross detritus of human garbage.
“Meek” is credited to Mystreve. Read along here.
David and Prasokour don their protective gear and trudge into a Nosleep story without a NoSleep title, which is already a good sign. Will this anomalous arachnid account manage to snare the hosts in its narrative web, or will it be a the prose equivilant of a can of bug spray?
“The Forest of A Thousand Legs” is credited to Lovezinski. Read along here.
It didn’t start out as a Short and Shivery, but David, Kaela, Allen and Abysmii found the first story offered a little too short (but at least a little shivery) and decided to, at last minute, tack on another one. What follows is a pair of stories with very different tones and very different reactions from the panel of readers.