1. Happy

    For the first time in a while, but nervous and anxious too. Can’t wait to see my Corilee soon, and Matt and Joaquin and Austin! Going on a hike tomorrow, sushi on thursday and a laser tag date with a cutie on saturday. 

  2. wanna-be-scared:

    The Never Ending Road.

    In Corona, California there once was a road known by most of the older locals as the never ending road. Specifically, the road’s true name was Lester Road.

    However, 70 years ago, Lester Road was an unlit road that people claimed became a never ending road when driven at night. The people who made such a drive were never seen or heard from again.The legend became so well-known that people refused to even drive Lester Road during the day.

    Perpetuation of the legend convinced local law enforcement to investigate around the 1960’s. Lester Road took a sharp left turn at its end, and there were no guard rails. Beyond the curve lay a canyon, and on the other side of the canyon was another road that lined up so well with Lester Road that when viewed from the correct angle, especially at night, the canyon vanished from sight, and the road seemed to continue on up and over the hill on the other side of the canyon. Upon investigation of the canyon, dozens of cars were found, fallen to their doom, with the decomposing bodies of the victims still strapped to their seats.

    Law enforcement tried to cover up their findings. They closed down Lester road, letting the trees grow where the road once stood and letting the bodies remain in their final resting place.

    (Source: w1tch1ng-h0ur, via kikuza-queen)

  3. azurelimeade:



    Waverly Hills Sanitorium

    Rumored to be one of the scariest places in america, Waverly Hills began construction in 1908 and opened for business in 1910 as a small two story hospital. The hospital was, after much construction and expansion in 1924 due to the spread of tuberculosis, considered one of the most well equipped hospitals of it’s time. It could accommodate 400 patients at the time. However, in 1961, the cure for TB was released and rendered the facilities obsolete. In 1962, the hospital was reopened under a new name but eventually was closed down by the state in 1980.

    The hospital was so large, that it was considered its own community by the state, and even had it’s own zipcode! Although the community was great, treatments were not. Since there were not antibiotics quite yet, doctors were constantly using experimental treatments on patients that were often painful and left many scars. Some patients were even disfigured. Many treatments proved fatal. The most popular feature of this hospital was infamously named the body chute, which was a long dark tunnel used to carry the dead bodies out of the hospital discreetly as not to lower the morale of the patients.

    There are literally hundreds of different reports of different ghosts being seen in the hospital, which isn’t surprising considering the size of the place. People have seen a little boy on the third floor, rolling a ball. People have even seen a ball rolling on its own from one room to the next. Many people have reported seeing multiple shadow people around the building. It is not odd to see several in one area at one time. Others have reported seeing a woman with her wrists slit screaming “someone save me”.

    Room 502 seems to be a hot spot in the hospital. Legend has it, the room was the site of two suicides by nurses. One hanged herself, while the other jumped out of the window. Many people have experienced seeing a woman hanging or sitting in the corner crying and rocking back and forth. Additionally, many people have heard voices and have even reported being physically pushed. People outside of the building have also witnessed a woman falling from a window and disappearing before reaching the ground.

    Within the body chute, people have reported seeing people running, hearing crying, and hearing people whispering or laughing.

    The building is currently only used for tours and paranormal investigations. It has been on several different popular shows on the paranormal, and has now be bought and is to be renovated and turned into a “haunted hotel.”

    Personally, I can’t imagine anything still residing in that hospital being too pleased about the renovations…

    Yeah, this is in Louisville, KY and I know a lot of people who have gone and it’s nothing to fuck with. It may be 2 hours away from where I live, but I’m never going!

    that place is haunted as fuck…

    (via nuclearvomitbabe)

  4. Blue Baby, Baby Blue
    How To Perform The Ritual
    You enter the bathroom (as with Bloody Mary, go with a friend as to not freak yourself out) and fog up the mirror. Do this however you like, turning on hot water is quite effective! When the mirror is successfully fogged, you should write “Baby Blue” in the ‘fog’. 
    Then you should turn off the light and wait for a few moments. After a minute or two you should hold out your arms as if you were carrying a baby. You or your friend will feel like a baby has been placed in your arms. You should hold the ‘baby’ for a while and then pass him to the next person. WATCH OUT though, if you drop him you will receive a scratch n your arm. Drop him again and you’ll get another scratch. Feeling clumsy? Drop him a third time and he’ll shatter the mirror and stab you to death.
    There is also another version of the story. In this version, you enter the bathroom with the lights off. You should say the phrase “Blue Baby” over and over for thirteen goes whilst pretending to rock a baby. After you finish chanting, a baby will appear and scratch you. You should drop it and run out of the bathroom as quick as you can otherwise a woman will appear and scream “GIVE ME BACK MY BABY”. If you are still holding her baby she will kill you.



  5. Siri Woke Me Up Last Night

    I’m a light sleeper. I jolted awake when I heard that familiar beep beep from my phone last night. The screen was lit up and the robotic voice said:

    "Would you like me to search the web for: ‘I’m going to kill you’ ?"


  6. The Mysterious Case of Elisa Lam

    There are mysteries that are so eerie and strange that they boggle the mind for days on end. The case of Elisa Lam is one of them. In February 2013, this 21-year-old student from Vancouver, Canada, was found dead inside the Cecil Hotel’s rooftop water tank in Los Angeles. The L.A. County Department of Coroner ruled the death “accidental due to drowning” and said no traces of drugs or alcohol were found during the autopsy.

    However, there is much more to the story than what is implied by police reports. The first piece of evidence that needs to be considered is an elevator surveillance tape that recorded Elisa’s behavior only a few moments before she lost her life.

    The four-minute video posted on YouTube shows Elisa pressing all of the elevator buttons and waiting for it to move. Seeing that the elevator doors are not closing, starts behaving extremely bizarrely.

    At first, Elisa enters the elevator and apparently presses all of its buttons. She then waits for something to happen but, for some reason, the elevator door doesn’t shut. She starts to look around, as if she is expecting (or hiding from) someone. At 1:57, her arms and hands start moving in a very strange matter (almost not human) as she appears to be talking to someone, something … or nothing at all. She then walks away. The elevator door then shuts and appears to start working again.

    Right after the events of the video, Elisa apparently gained access to the rooftop of the hotel, climbed to its water tank and, somehow, ended up drowning in it. Her body was found two weeks after her death, after hotel guests complained about the water’s taste and color. Incredible.

    Seeing the surveillance footage, most people would conclude that she was under the influence of drugs. However, Elisa did not have a history of drug use and her autopsy concluded that no drugs were involved. When one looks at the context and the circumstances of this death, things become even more mysterious.
  8. f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

    Lost Underwater Lion City: Rediscovery of China’s ‘Atlantis

    Qiandao Lake is a man-made lake located in Chun’an County, China, where archeologists have discovered in 2001 ruins of an underwater city. The city is at a depth of 26-40 meters and was named “Lion City”. There would have been 290 000 people living in this city during more than 1300 years. Touristic expeditions are projected. A diving into Chinese Antiquity in the next part of the article.

    (via nichorion)

  9. lord-sorrow:


    I did some diabolical shit last night. Photos are by Rae, the suspension and scene were thought up by Cretin (Xian Calinsky) and he was assisted by his Dom apprentice, Nick, and Luna Cobra.

    Woah almost 500 notes. That makes me feel rad.

    Not the usual Overworld post but this is my friend Alex, he is rad as fuck and you should follow his blog: lord-sorrow

  10. Driving down the Extraterrestrial Highway through Nevada.

    (Source: american-ramblers, via qveermonger)


  11. Gods in the Mountains

    I’ve been chasing ghost stories since I was a kid. I like to examine them from a historical angle rather than simply speculate, researching the history of the haunting and the history of the site (or the person/family) and then trying to unravel the story behind the haunting.

    Sometimes this reveals a hoax. In fact, I have more hoax stories than I do genuine ghost stories.

    Sometimes it reveals a hidden truth lurking in the bones and roots of a property, or in the heart of the person who seems most affected by the haunting.

    I’ll share a bunch of my experiences and my stories here, but not this time. This time I wanted to tell you about the most amazing of my stories and it has nothing to do with ghosts. This is the story of my first encounter with extra-terrestrial life and the event that convinced me, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that alien life not only exists but is visiting this planet of ours. I have no idea why. I just know that it is!

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  12. RE: Something huge going on in China RIGHT NOW

    It’s 6:30am and my brother calls me from Toronto telling me to wake up and check my email. The last time he called me was in April of last year when mom was hospitalized, so I figured whatever this is about must be pretty serious. I signed in and saw the email that my brother forwarded me, one that was forwarded to him by his boss who got it from someone else. I don’t know the original sender of the email, so I won’t be able to answer any of your questions or verify anything.

    The first thought that came to my mind when I saw this email was to post it to /r/conspiracy and /r/nosleep. So, without further ado:

    RE: Something huge going on in China RIGHT NOW

    As many of you know, I’ve been in China for the past six months and was supposed to be back in Vancouver tomorrow evening. I wish that was still the case. One thing led to another and now I’m stranded in a really, really bad spot.

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  13. Operation Wandering Soul: Ghost Tape Number 10

    Psychological Operations In Vietnam

    This is a recording used during experiments in psychological warfare during the Vietnam conflict as carried out by the US military. Basically – it is supposed to be the voice of the ghost of a fallen Vietnamese soldier wandering the forest at night, looking for his family.

    Also known as “Ghost Tape Number 10″ was an audio mix the US military used during the Vietnam War against the North Vietnamese. It played deeply on the Vietnamese belief of ancestor worship, spirits and the afterlife. 

    The Wandering Soul was played on loudspeakers installed on helicopters, PCF boats or by infantry ‘loudspeaker teams’ on known enemy areas usually at night deep within the jungle.

    “It exploited the belief among many of the Vietnamese people that once a person is dead the remains must be placed in an ancestral burial ground or that person will forever wander aimlessly in space forever…The tape was so effective that we were instructed not to play it within earshot of the South Vietnamese forces, because they were as susceptible as the Viet Cong or North Vietnamese Army.

    Wandering Soul’ broadcasts of eerie sounds intended to represent the souls of enemy dead who have not found peace (i.e. by being buried in the village family plot)…the idea was that the sounds would at least get a Communist soldier to think about where his soul would rest in the likely event of his being killed far from home.”

    – LTC Raymond Deitch, 6th PSYOP Battalion Commander

    “The damn reverb effect of the recording is eerie. I saw and picked-up leaflets and once heard Funeral Music played over the valleys around Landing Zone Mary Ann. A Kit Carson Scout told me what the music was. This was a ghostly sound. Hell, listening to that made me want to Chieu Hoi myself. It must have been effective as hell in the jungle at night.”

    – Unnamed 1st Infantry Division sergeant 1968-1970


  14. Anonymous asked: Please tell me the story of the shadow internet or whatever it was called isn't real, please....

    To tell you the truth, I’m not completely sold on the whole “shadow web” idea, seems a little unnecessary. If anything it’s just .onion directory’s  on the deep web that are a little harder to find than usual.

    Yeah that being said, the chat room that guy stumbled upon is absolutely the real deal. If you go to the source at the bottom of the story and scroll through the comments you’ll find some stuff that give a little back story. But if y’all don’t have the time for that, just read below. You lazy bastards. 

    UKASH and bitcoins are both popular currencies on the dark web. and what OP described is called a ‘red room’. and it’s REAL. i’ve never watched one, but $500-$1000 for a show is pretty close to the market price. from what i’ve read, the victims are usually slaves from africa/india who refuses to be used as sex slaves. new slaves are shown red room videos so they know what happens to them if they don’t cooperate. i think that’s why the woman cried when she saw the camera.”


  15. A Warning to Those Thinking About Accessing the Shadow Web

    How well do you know the Internet? Until two weeks ago, I thought I knew it pretty well. After all, I spend a good chunk of my day browsing Reddit and 4chan, and I’m always up-to-date with the latest memes and circle jerks. I’ve been a denizen of the internet since the early days of Fortune City pages and IRC channels, and a regular ever since.

    Then, about a year ago, somebody introduced me to the “Shadow Web”—a sort of secret layer of the Internet that you will never find by Googling or looking up message boards. There are no “in links” from the surface web to the shadow web. And no, this isn’t the “deepnet”, in case you were thinking about that. Not some website with gore videos of freak accidents, I’ve seen those. I assure you this is something far more twisted.

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