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(Paranormal/Supernatural) Scariest events in your life!
Gca1030Date: Monday, 14.04.2014, 01:58 | Message # 1
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So, in great detail, describe a paranormal event in your life. This is for my personal SCP files. Look up SCP Foundation to learn more. These are not official, just a plain project.
 
DisasterpieceDate: Monday, 14.04.2014, 02:11 | Message # 2
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I think you are going to have trouble finding supernatural stories from the members of this forum, most are very rooted in science and won't see things as supernatural, just unexplained.




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laiodDate: Monday, 14.04.2014, 05:01 | Message # 3
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Well, I remember I was in Gettysburg once and I woke up in the middle of the night in the cabin we were staying in to see some form of a civil war solider, but I could not tell which side he fought for, just that his ghostly apparel matched the time period.




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VoekoevakaDate: Monday, 14.04.2014, 17:13 | Message # 4
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I was attacked by a ghost once. During my sleep.




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Antza2Date: Tuesday, 15.04.2014, 13:35 | Message # 5
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My boot loader was showing a Windows boot option. I don't have Windows installed on my computer.




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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Tuesday, 15.04.2014, 13:55 | Message # 6
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Quote Antza2 ()
I don't have Windows installed on my computer.




Thread is too spooky now.





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SpyroDate: Saturday, 07.06.2014, 23:49 | Message # 7
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Once a wrapper flew into the air with no breeze. TWO WHOLE MILLIMETERS.




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IsoyarrDate: Tuesday, 08.07.2014, 00:45 | Message # 8
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Well. Okay, then.
I have Paranoid Schizophrenia, and although I have a steady supply of medication to deal with it, humans are sometimes not very reliable when keeping track of things. About a year ago in April, I had lost my medication, and after several tries I failed to find it. I gave up and decided to just try and get through the day and hope to be fine. Remember that there is no 'typical' case of schizophrenia, by the way.

Anyway, after a particularly difficult day of telling old ladies over the phone how to restart their PCs (you can tell what job I have, clearly) I decided not to go through with enjoying myself, and simply went straight to bed. The weather was rather turbulent that day. It was raining very hard, with some occasional thunder as well. It's rather normal for me to take a while to fall asleep, so I waved off my restlessness as a typical occurrence.

The storm brewed a bit further, and the rain sounded as if it were trying to break through the apartment building's roof. I then heard a sound similar to that of cornstarch being dropped onto a floor. I was now sitting upwards on my bed, and directly in front of me was a dark red mass of a slimey substance. I couldn't identify what it was, and I probably never will be able to identify it, but it was some sort of non-newtonian fluid.

It proceeded to expand, covering the bedroom in the same dark red substance. Once my bedroom was finally covered, I decided to throw some pillows at the mass of slime, as if it would do something. It began to expand over my bed after that. The process was slow and tedious, and I tried to back away from the expanding slime as it kept covering everything. Now desperate, I tried to touch the mass of red slime.

And it was gone.

My entire room was no longer covered in the substance. It was still storming outside as usual. I looked around, and I didn't see a single bit of the red substance.

I tried not to lose my medication from that point onwards.
 
werdnaforeverDate: Tuesday, 08.07.2014, 01:36 | Message # 9
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Quote Gca1030 ()
SCP Foundation

I read them too. Its good for desensitizing one's self to creepy stuff
Quote Disasterpiece ()
I think you are going to have trouble finding supernatural stories from the members of this forum, most are very rooted in science and won't see things as supernatural, just unexplained.

No one could have said it better.
Quote Antza2 ()
My boot loader was showing a Windows boot option. I don't have Windows installed on my computer.

Is not installing any Windows a protective measure to avoid the possibility of seeing any creepy things outside? GET IT? DO YOU GET IT?
Quote Isoyarr ()
I tried not to lose my medication from that point onwards.

This sounds like a very good idea. Also, maybe don't read any SCPs. Ever. Don't even visit the site. There's some pretty creepy stuff there and you don't want to give your mind any new ideas.
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people who say they have seen a ghost

Yeah. Sure. And I saw a boxed copy of SpaceEngine 3.0 sitting on the shelf at a store, and on the back it said how you can download hundreds of DLC packs from EA's website.
 
IsoyarrDate: Tuesday, 08.07.2014, 04:06 | Message # 10
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Quote werdnaforever ()
Also, maybe don't read any SCPs. Ever. Don't even visit the site.


Too late. I'm a big fan of the SCP Wiki and I read it regularly, and have been for 2 years.
 
werdnaforeverDate: Tuesday, 22.07.2014, 05:02 | Message # 11
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Quote Isoyarr ()
Too late. I'm a big fan of the SCP Wiki and I read it regularly, and have been for 2 years.

Oh. That would explain why your story sounds like an SCP.

Any of them involving
are what I personally find most interesting. There should really be more like 93.

What drives me crazy is redacted logs, or links to logs that aren't there since "it's scarier when you don't know". Like 087's last log, or 610's last log. I understand why they didn't write them, or haven't posted them, but still, it's like a cliffhanger.

Also, SCP-579; I think I finally figured out what it is! Click the spoiler tag


EDIT: SCPs are basically a middle finger to stories where no one can explain the paranormal or where you're told to just accept that something is paranormal. It involves using the scientific method to try and explain the unknown, and humankind's ability to control their environment (the containing and securing). Thus, it doesn't really clash with the ethics/ideas behind modern science, and can be likeable to the scientifically inclined.

Creepy/scary/unexplained event/object/place? Forget being scared and making some urban legend of it; let's do a series of tests to find out exactly how it works and what is happening!


Edited by werdnaforever - Tuesday, 22.07.2014, 05:12
 
SolarLinerDate: Tuesday, 22.07.2014, 17:36 | Message # 12
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This is not scary, but "unexplained" as my scientific self would describe.

I woke up one night all sweaty, like I had a very bad nightmare; and a headache too, which was weird because normally I feel the pain in the front of my head, but this time it was in the middle-back of my head (like inside my brain or something). It took me ages for me to fall back to sleep. The next day I leaned my grand father was dead, the same time I woke up.

Pure coincidence, or ???





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VoekoevakaDate: Tuesday, 22.07.2014, 18:26 | Message # 13
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Quote werdnaforever ()
Creepy/scary/unexplained event/object/place? Forget being scared and making some urban legend of it; let's do a series of tests to find out exactly how it works and what is happening!

I totally agree with this, and I'm glad to see that more and more research is done on NDEs for instance.

In my case, there's a lot of "suoernatural" events I no longer call supernatural as it became part of my life.

Quote SolarLiner ()
Pure coincidence, or ???

A similar thing happened to a friend of mine one day.





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midtskogenDate: Tuesday, 22.07.2014, 20:25 | Message # 14
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Coincidence. Things coincide all the time and once in a while two unusual events coincide and those are the ones that you notice. Our brains are built in a way that makes them organise experiences as connections.




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SalvoDate: Tuesday, 22.07.2014, 21:41 | Message # 15
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Some days ago I went to an ancient roman necropolis with my family, and we took some photos.

Well, my aunt took a photo to one of the rooms, and I was behind her. While she was doing that (with flash) a few of light-blue orbs crossed the screen from bottom to top, one remained in the photo.


She took a few more photos in the same exact position but nothing appeared.
It happened to my dad too, but the orbs was white, and they crossed the screen from left to right.

There was no artificial light in that room, and that effect didn't occurred on other ones. Also, I felt a strong dizzy when I walked into that room, but I'm sure that was just a coincidence.

My opinion is that it was just dust, but my parents have no doubt about it, they were nothing but souls or some kind of ghost. sad

That thing scared me so much at first, but after a while I started to think rationally wacko





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Edited by Salvo - Tuesday, 22.07.2014, 22:09
 
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