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- House of Leaves, Mark Z. Danielewski

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Luciferian in training.

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pssstttt give out the names to said creepy blogs

Yoooooo unexplained-events was the blog I spent the most time on. I went through all 177 pages. I like this blog in particular because they don’t post screamers or jump-scares, and not everything they post is necessarily paranormal or “unexplained.” While there are plenty of hauntings and UFO sightings and conspiracy theories, they also post weird/cool animals and interesting/terrifying theories about space. And I love that shit. (They also never claim anything is 100% authentic, which I appreciate.)

Also fuckyeahnightmares. They post mostly first-hand accounts from people on tumblr, but there are some other creepy posts as well. I haven’t looked through this blog nearly as much, so I can’t vouch for the quality. I have seen a flashy gif or two, though, so be careful.

I also feel like I should mention abandonedography. Not paranormal, but the pictures of these abandoned places are often creepy and very inspiring.

I’m going through the bedroom closet to help make more room for Tristan’s things, and I found all my medals from high school band. Eleven medals in all, and three bars. (Bars were awarded based on how many “points” you obtained in a year. Points were based on participation; one point per semester you were enrolled in the program, points for auditions, for winning competitions, for being a student leader, for being selected for programs in the area, etc etc.)

I think I’m missing a medal and a bar, though. I have an extra ribbon without a medallion (though I may have just found said ribbon), and I am almost positive I had four bars. Still, a very nostalgic find.

At some point in the last two days I fell face-first into creepy paranormal blogs and have been unable to get out.


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