Do not trust that all powers are divine.
I suppose this counts as a face reveal, but I imagine this won't be the last live action video I do.
4. 21. 2021
Written by H_R_Liger
Guest Narration done by Mikey Lugo
This is a thematically rich short story that I don't think I could do justice to with just my own voice. Luckily, I got in touch with another horror fan who was very excited for this opportunity to collaborate, and you can expect some more collaborative efforts in the future. I used the program Twine here because I thought it would be quite useful in simulating the abstract notion of "choice" and the cycle that the protagonist is stuck within.
4. 12. 2021
Written by Heather (me)
This is one of the very few creepypastas that I've written, so don't expect many more, if I decide to share any of the other ones. I decided to narrate this one because of its personal significance to me, which I don't feel the need to elaborate on. I know that not everyone has a great relationship with their mother (if they have one), and that is often for valid reasons, but I know that I'll never meet another woman like mine.
This will hopefully prevent any future rude interventions alongside the more conventional methods I have pursued, but I suppose some kind of confrontation like this was inevitable. Anna, if you're reading this, please unblock me on your phone and/or on discord and allow me to explain myself, because this sort of childish behavior you insist upon isn't getting us anywhere. You are a good writer and my friend, and I think it would be preferable if we were to work together instead of perpetuating this petty feud.
4. 6. 2021
Written by A. R. Vasquez
This is how I used to sleep.
What did you do to me, Anna?
3. 28. 2021
Written by A. R. Vasquez
How much will be lost in that mountain of defunct data? What questions will be left unanswered?
You might notice that this is a more recent pasta than the last few I've done, which is because my friend Anna wrote it and said that I could narrate it on my channel. She's a writer, but she doesn't have much presence online, so maybe expect some more stories from her later on.
3. 25. 2021
Written by u/MolluskWeen
The first r/nosleep story I’ve done, which may portend more in the future if I can find/ I get recommended some decent ones. I wasn’t sure what to do for a story that’s more than a few minutes long, so I thought I’d just capture game footage on OBS. I’m not the best minecraft player, so I’ll probably switch around the games I’m playing and, potentially, I could do a let’s play for some spooky game.
Not a huge r/nosleep fan here, but I thought that this story was atleast interesting without succumbing to too many of the nosleep pitfalls. One issue I gotta point out is the overall vagueness of the story, even though I believe that I have discerned the troubling "troubling implication," it seems like there are far too many loose threads just left hanging. I can only assume that this story was meant to have a sequel, but for whatever reason the author elected not to publish it, and I might go either way whether that is better or worse than the alternative. I tend to think that it's best that a story stand well on its own merits, but, to be fair, I wouldn't have read this story if I thought that it didn't stand up. If there is an actual sequel to this story somewhere out in the world, then I'd appreciate someone sending me a link.
3. 22. 2021
Written by AnnulledPalmer
I like to think that I’m decent at pixel art, so I drew something up to go along with the story. Please tell me if you like this kind of visual and I’ll use it more often.
3. 17. 2021
Hey, Countess Pasta here, this is my first narration video and I hope you like it. I went with a pretty short, spooky story in order to test the waters, so to speak, and I think I did a decent job. Yeah, I know the visual here isn’t particularly engaging, but everyone has gotta start somewhere.
Does anyone remember The Little Fears? I really wanna emulate her casual, yet unnerving deadpan.