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Start Halloween Early with Some of the Creepiest No Sleep Stories on Reddit

By Jodi Smith | reddit | September 19, 2016 |

By Jodi Smith | reddit | September 19, 2016 |

Reddit has something for everyone, including those people that like to read short(ish) stories that reveal the horrifying depth of madness hiding in the minds of talented writers. The sub-reddit is called /nosleep and there you can find short stories, epic tales spread over several posts, and longer one-off stories. I’ve been reading a lot of them lately and I have collected some of the most disturbing of the bunch.

Keep in mind that many of these deal with triggering events, like child abuse, suicide, or rape. Also, everything in /nosleep is real. You’re welcome?

Feed the Pig by Elias_Witherow

This is a devastating, descriptive, and horrifying look at a place that isn’t Heaven, Hell, or Purgatory. It’s a place where only certain people go after they die so that they might make one last choice.

A Campfire Story by vital_dual

A camp counselor tells a tale of First Nations migration after spying mysterious lights on a cliff.

Third Parent by Elias_Witherow

A family welcomes a strange visitor into their lives, keeping a tradition alive.

Uncle Gerry’s Family Fun Zone by Red_Grin

A man’s foray into gathering personal stories via interview shines a light on his friends’ life-changing high school experience.

Clown Sightings in the South by SkepticalBaby


If Anyone Asks by iia

An old farmer reminisces about his late wife.

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Jodi Smith is a Senior Reporter, Film & Television at Pajiba. You can email her or follow her on Twitter.