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“God’s Mouth” | Otis Jiry’s Creepypasta Crypt


Otis Jiry narrates this creepypasta classic about a couple, Nathan and Maragaret, who decide – Nathan more willingly – to explore a cave called God’s Mouth as a sort of adventurous vacation. It’s not long before things go wrong. Warning: if you are squeamish about tight spaces, turn back now. “God’s Mouth” Author: Anonymous Narrator: Otis Jiry Sound Design: Otis Jiry ... Read More »

“The Russian Sleep Experiment” | Otis Jiry’s Creepypasta Crypt


Otis Jiry narrates this creepypasta classic about a group of Russian political prisoners subjected to a psychological experiment in the 1950′s, which intended to find out what would happen to a man kept awake for 30 days straight without sleep. Within only 15 days, all of the prisoners not yet dead undergo significant changes, and the researchers discover some very ... Read More »

“Jippa” by K.M. Zafari | Narrated by C. Lake


Narrator C. Lake returns to Chilling Tales for Dark Nights in her first feature presentation following her debut in our 2013 production of “Jeff the Killer.”  This twisted tale of childhood terror, as told by author K.M Zafari, centers on a small boy who is quite worried about the monsters in his room which no one believes are real.  But ... Read More »

“You’ve Known This Your Whole Life” by Christopher Bloodworth | Narrated by Manga Minx


YouTube gaming personality Manga Minx, with a guest appearance by CTFDN mainstay Jeff Clement, narrates this tale of terror by author Christopher Bloodworth, about what really causes you to have to clear your throat at night, and explains exactly what causes that sudden itch on your face many of us feel while falling asleep.  Before you read (and listen!) on, be sure ... Read More »

“World’s Best School Psychologist” by CreepyCarbs | Otis Jiry’s Creepypasta Crypt


Otis Jiry narrates this rightfully popular story by an author “CreepyCarbs,” about a man recounting an experience of his youth, where the self-professed “world’s best school psychologist” helps him find a way to make his abusive and apathetic parents realize how much they love him. The psychologist’s methods are – shall we say – unusual. “World’s Best School Psychologist” Author: CreepyCarbs Narrator: ... Read More »

“Mister Patches” by Konstantine Paradias | Narrated by David Lewis Richardson (feat. Heather Ordover)


David Lewis Richardson, with an appearance by guest narrator Heather Ordover, narrates this listener-written story by author Konstantine Paradias, about a 4-year-old boy and the teddy bear given to him by his grandmother, affectionately named “Mister Patches.” The disheveled bear, despite its humble appearance, repels monsters, or so the boy’s grandmother tells him. One night, when strange whispers fill the boy’s ... Read More »

“The Dagger and the Goblet” by Aaron Shotwell | Otis Jiry’s Creepypasta Crypt


Otis Jiry narrates this tale by prolific horror author Aaron Shotwell, which Aaron professes was written “over 10 years ago.”  At the time of its writing, Aaron says, “I was fascinated with the myth of the vampire. I wanted to put together a sort of fictional history encompassing their kind, my take on their nature and culture and what-not.” According to ... Read More »

“Mr. Widemouth” | Otis Jiry’s Creepypasta Crypt


Otis Jiry narrates this classic creepypasta favorite by an anonymous author, about a boy who encounters a strange creature during a bout of illness. At first his visitor appears friendly. However, as time goes on, the true nature of the thing – which the boy begins to refer to as “Mr. Widemouth” – comes to light. “Mr. Widemouth” Author: Anonymous Narrator: Otis Jiry ... Read More »

“The Basement Room” | Narrated by Jonathan Jones


Jonathan Jones narrates this purportedly true story, written by anonymous author, about an experience the author had while staying in a rented Cape Cod home as a child. One night, while watching television in a room in the basement of the house, the light bulb in the room pops, leaving the author in complete darkness.  Next, a horrible stench fills ... Read More »

“Come Closer” by Matt Dymerski | Narrated by Jordan Antle


Jordan Antle narrates this story by prolific horror author Matt Dymerski – author of the acclaimed tale Psychosis – about a group of boys who end up in the wrong place at the wrong time, stalked by an eclectic, possibly disturbed man from their neighborhood. The boys take refuge under a nearby porch, but when they realize that one of them isn’t with them, ... Read More »

“The Rake” by Bryan Somerville| Otis Jiry’s Creepypasta Crypt


Otis Jiry narrates this classic creepypasta tale by author Bryan Somerville, about a creature that terrorizes people all over the world, spanning four continents. The tale is so well-known, and has spawned so many fan-fiction pieces, that it nearly needs no introduction. Ladies and gentleman: the original Rake. “The Rake” Author: Bryan Somerville Narrator: Otis Jiry Sound Design: Craig Groshek ... Read More »

“Close Enough” from Derelik Films | Short Horror Suspense Film HD 1080p


An unsettling cinematic short horror / suspense film from Devin Morse and the team at Derelik Films, based on the popular creepypasta tale “The Photograph Pile,” presented by Chilling Tales for Dark Nights: Frightening Films Fridays. In Devin Morse’s own words, “Derelik Films is a multimedia production company from the San Francisco Bay Area featuring the collaborative works of filmmakers, musicians, and ... Read More »

“Tulpa” | Narrated by Matt Grant (feat. Jesse Cornett)


Matt Grant, with assistance from Jesse Cornett, narrates this creepypasta classic by an uncredited anonymous author, about a man who volunteers to undergo a controlled scientific experiment whereby he imagines a double of himself – a “tulpa” – for an extended period of time. The researchers are quite pleased with his work, but our unlucky protagonist may not figure out ... Read More »

“The Midnight Man” | Narrated by Tinker of That Creepy Reading


Tinker of the YouTube channel That Creepy Reading (https://www.youtube.com/user/thatcreepyreading) narrates this literary first-person of an experience one young man had with creepypasta entity “The Midnight Man.”  The Midnight Man was immortalized in a “ritual pasta” that was written much earlier, and since the ritual became publicly known, many more people have reported in fiction (and in fact, perhaps?) that they ... Read More »