“THE CONJURE CHEST” and 5 More True Paranormal Stories, and 2 Creepypastas! #WeirdDarkness



150 years ago Jacob Cooley ordered his African American slave Hosea to build a chest for his first child. Hosea set to work, crafting a wooden chest of some remark. For some unknown reason his master was displeased with his efforts and beat his slave to a pulp, killing him. Cooley’s other slaves vowed to avenge the death of their friend and sprinkled the dried blood of an owl in the chest and had a ‘conjure man’ curse the chest. As if by magic, Cooley’s first born died in infancy and over the forthcoming years a total of seventeen deaths were attributed to the chest.

“AWAITING INPUT” and 4 More Terrifying Stories of Fiction! #WeirdDarkness #CreepypastaThursday

IN THIS EPISODE: Are you feeling a bit unlike your normal self nowadays? Micah Edwards understands, and tells us his own thoughts in the story “I’m Not Myself These Days”. We’ll read a few “Letters From Ben” by author Nick Botic. Jackson Barnard brings us an interesting techno-creepypasta in the story “Awaiting Input”. And we’ll end with a longer creepypasta that Redditors will eat up; it’s a tale by Holly Riordan called, “I Played a Game On Reddit”. But first, we’ll begin with Fritz Bassus as he brings us a very appropriately titled creepypasta, “I Don’t Experience Thursdays!”

The True Horror of the “MURDER IN KLUXEN WOODS,” and a creepypasta, “FERTILIZER!” #WeirdDarkness

IN THIS EPISODE: I’ll share a disturbing creepypasta by Rehn Writer called “Fertilizer”. But first, I’ll share a chapter from the upcoming audiobook, “Suffer the Children: American Horrors, Homicides and Hauntings” by Troy Taylor. The chapter is entitled “1921: Murder at Kluxen’s Woods” – a murder that has yet to be officially solved, although many hundreds of people in the area feel they know exactly who got away with murder. A murder that resulted in a haunting.