morbid stories


Creepy girls you’re just my style, blood red lipstick you don’t smile, falling victim to your fantasy - damn, i love that you’re so creepy.”   | Pt. 2: X | Pt 3: X | Pt: 4:X

The Perron Family

In 1971, the Perron family moved into their new home in rural Burrillville, Rhode Island, a sweeping farmhouse built in the 18th century. It was to be the start of a new life for the Perrons and their five young daughters; and it was, but not in the way they expected. After only a few nights in the house, Carolyn Perron, the mother, awoke to the specter of an old woman hung by the neck from her bedroom ceiling. Over the next few weeks, strange sounds emanated from the crawlspaces and cellar of the house, doors would open themselves and slam shut, food would sweat blood.

With the help of paranormal investigators, the Perrons discovered that a witch practicing in the 18th century had supposedly sacrificed her own child to Satan, opened the house to the devil, and then hung herself. The Perrons came to believe that the witch’s ghost—as well as a myriad of demons and the ghosts of further suicides on the property—were haunting them. One of the daughters, Andrea Perron, now in her fifties, still maintains that the story is completely true, and that her mother even became possessed at one point. She says, “The only time I was truly terrified in that house was the night I thought I saw my mother die. She spoke in a voice we had never heard before, and a power not of this world threw her 20 feet into another room.”

The Perron story is the inspiration for the film The Conjuring, but the film doesn’t tell the whole story—after Mrs. Perron was possessed, the family stayed in the house for about nine more years, and just sort of “learned to live” with the spirits.


Griffith Park is a large urban park located in Los Angeles, and is the home to a world-renowned observatory, a popular zoo, and also the infamous “Hollywood” sign. It’s also said to be the most haunted park in the world, having been the scene of a number of paranormal events. Probably the most well known ghost which lurks in this park is that of Don Antonio Feliz, the original owner of the land. Legend says that his niece, Dona Petranilla, became extremely broke after not inheriting any money from her uncle following his death. It’s said that she placed a curse on this plot of land which was said to follow each successive owner. Allegedly the ghosts of both Don and Dona aren’t peaceful, either, and on one occasion, Don’s spirit chased a group of men, horseback. Some of the other ghastly figures which appear at night are that of a cryptozoological black-eyed creature  and also a young girl who was left to die in the park by her parents. It’s said that she can be seen walking around aimlessly, as if lost. Another is of the failed actress, Peg Entwistle, who committed suicide by jumping from the Hollywood sign in 1932. Another hotspot for paranormal activity is the picnic bench, as seen above. On 31 October, 1976, Rand Garrett and Nancy Jeanson were crushed to death by a falling tree as they enjoyed a romantic picnic at this bench. As you can see, the tree which killed them still remains. Allegedly workers refused to remove the tree because they heard disembodied whispers, moans and cries, which spooked them out so much they left the park, never to return. 

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These are all fresh new, horror stories that haven’t been posted on my blog. 

  1. Search And Rescue Officer: Although this story was posted just a week ago, it already made it into Reddit’s top 10 creepy stories of all time. Read the morbid tales one officer had to witness. Story contains child death as well as graphic descriptions of death. 
  2. My Brother Died:  A story of how a child’s brother was still able to communicate after he passed away. He had a lot to say. 
  3. Borrasca: A series of creepy stories about a creepy new town. Although lengthy, this story got an overwhelming amount of likes. 
  4. My Wife Didn’t Want Me To Go Into The Bedroom: This isn’t your typical horror story. Although it contains morbid themes, it’ll tug at your heart strings. 
  5. The Beheaded Can Communicate: A bizarre story about one boy’s obsession with the beheaded. Strangely enough, this story will definitly make you feel. 
  6. You Have a Match: Tinder gone wrong. You’ll want to uninstall the app after this story. 
  7. Stare Out Of A Window, In The Dark:  This story is surprisingly motivating. If you’re in a slump, I encourage you to read this. 
  8. Hi Hungry, I’m Dad: A classic internet meme is the central theme to this sad but morbid story 
  9. Mama: A short creepy story about a mother’s love for her bullied child
  10. Stitched: A short creepy story about a doctor’s visit that doesn’t go so well. 

martascully  asked:


Question you’re always asked

Really want the answer to that, as it might sound a bit morbid? Lol xD

But honestly, it is ‘when and how will I die’ and will I be reunited with the one I’m close to in that life as they left this world before I did? Where will my spirit go? Will it go to the worlds I’ve randomly seen in my dreams, or will I see eternal darkness? Paradise or purgatory?

My mind seems to be constantly set on death and life. Always has been since I can remember and why some of my writings got me in trouble when I was younger. X3;;