- Don't Go Down The Bunny Trail: An Easter Horror Story
- Don't Go Down The Bunny Trail: An Easter Horror Story by David Barker
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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Little Emily has been waiting patiently for weeks for Easter to arrive. Now there's just a few hours left, it's the afternoon before Easter, and she's really excited, but her daddy's late coming home from the mill, the sun is setting, and she's afraid of being home alone when the woods get dark. A scary short story about something strange that's coming down the bunny trail Little Emily has been waiting patiently for weeks for Easter to arrive.
A scary short story about something strange that's coming down the bunny trail towards Emily's house, and she's not sure if it's really the Easter Bunny, or if it's that creepy rabbit from her dad's horror DVD, or something else the townsfolk whisper about that came to Earth when a fireball fell from the sky one night and landed in the lake at the end of the Bunny Trail. Kindle Edition , 21 pages. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Don't Go Down The Bunny Trail: An Easter Horror Story
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Apr 17, Elke rated it it was ok Shelves: Created a nice creepy atmosphere, but the end felt a little unsatisfactory and left me puzzled. However, it gets a bonus for being my first easter horror story. Creepy, creepy, and creepy! If this had been a short movie, I might not have watched it by myself. I generally wish there was more to a short story because they don't always leave me with the complete picture. I don't know if I could deal with any more!
The unknown element has always terrified me more than anything what is behind that closet door in Poltergeist? What really happened to the kids in Blair Witch? From a horror watcher and reade Creepy, creepy, and creepy! From a horror watcher and reader, five well-deserved stars!
May 19, Mandy Walkden-Brown rated it really liked it Shelves: Great creepy little short story. Well written and it managed to give me goose bumps. Unlike others, I don't see how this story could have ended any other way! Worth looking at this author's other stories, this one was deftly handled. Aug 19, KyBunnies rated it really liked it Shelves: May 29, Lisa Cleveland rated it liked it. Good story, but the ending blew. May 12, Brenda Seaberg rated it really liked it. Nice creepy horror here.
Even though somewhat predictable as a horror story goes, I did enjoy this one. Pierre rated it really liked it Apr 23, While the worst thing the fans were probably expecting was a message from the developers asking them to get a life, what they found was even more terrible: Jeane starts off revealing that their father molested her all her life. After living in poverty and being treated as a sex slave, she was forced to become a prostitute to pay for fighting lessons, thereby allowing her to seek bloody revenge on her own goddamn father.
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And then she killed Travis' mom, too, while she was at it. Grasshopper Manufacture Most disturbing part: And we thought Travis' life was sad. Suddenly, living alone in a seedy motel surrounded by anime figurines and Nintendo games sounds like paradise. There's no shortage of spooky stories about Pokemon all over the Internet. Google "Pokemon creepypasta," and then grab a night light and some NoDoz to help you through all of it.
But with all the legends of haunted songs and possessed cartridges , it turns out there is at least one real ghost in the Pokeverse. But if you enter one specific building and go to the second floor, you're treated to this unexplained little cut scene:. The music stops, the lights begin to flicker, and a girl suddenly appears behind you. OK, she's probably like a ninja or something. However, she then starts hovering around your character, who stands still, presumably frozen in fear.
Nintendo Surely at least one of the 8 zillion Pokemon can conjure you some clean pants. She then says, "No, you're not the one It gets even more eerie, though. The weird part is that if you try to talk to her, she'll tell you to shut up because she can't "hear the elevator. Nintendo Uh, maybe she's just very intently waiting on a pizza. That's either a reference to the elevator ghost, a very bad excuse for rebuffing your advances, or both. Adding to the what-the-fuckery, there's also a secret message in the same city's train station. Nintendo There was a creepy message in the bathroom stall too, but we can't reproduce it here.
Who the hell goes around Pokemon games pressing A behind every object? It's just vague enough to be terrifying and unsolvable, like a Hellraiser puzzle box in video game form. And if you do figure it out, demons probably fly out of your 3DS, so we're in no rush. Animal Crossing is usually a cute game about the whimsical daily lives of a bunch of talking animals living in a village Then the horror begins. The next time you try to play, you'll be ambushed by a character called Mr.
Resetti, who scolds you for being so goddamned irresponsible.
Don't Go Down The Bunny Trail: An Easter Horror Story by David Barker
The more you do this, the longer he yells at you. Most players know about this, because most players have tried to cheat by resetting without saving. Less know about the terrifying variation of this punishment that basically turns Animal Crossing into a Disney remake of Friday the 13th.
See, all over your village you'll see these weird little statues called Gyroids , which look like fire hydrants with appalled faces. Nintendo Since like half the game's characters are dogs, we can see why. You can use Gyroids to save your progress, something you should never, ever forget to do if you're visiting another player's village in the GameCube version of this game. Because if you turn off your console while in the other village and don't save first, you won't lose your items -- you'll lose your soul.
At least judging by the creepy Gyroid face you'll be sporting the next time you play:. All three are buttholes. Also, we lied, you do lose all your items, but strangely enough you won't be scolded by Mr. Resetti this time he's either too disappointed to even face you, or he's too afraid.
There are several videos of this happening on YouTube, with the appropriately hysterical reactions.
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But wait, there's another layer of creepiness to this whole thing. The Gyroids aren't some random item Nintendo made up: Oh shit, is that what the name is about? And is your character turning into a Gyroid as ironic punishment for not saving? We'll let someone else provide the answers to these questions, because we are never touching this game again. We're going to show you something that might bring back traumatic memories for anyone who was a teenager in late Microsoft You thought this was gonna be about the movie Glitter , right?
The freaking original Xbox dashboard menu. Instead, it did it with weird little menu sounds that came at completely random times, making you look like a crazy person in front of your friends when you told them about it. Of course, there was always the kid who tried to one-up you by claiming he heard voices coming out of his Xbox at night -- but he probably just hallucinated those after a Mountain Dew overdose, right?
Don't listen to the following clip specifically, at the 9: No, that's not an alien phone sex line: If you turned on the console and started navigating the dashboard right away , you'd never hear them Now, picture falling asleep with the Xbox on and being awoken in the middle of the night by the rantings of a schizophrenic R2-D2. Some players thought they heard the voices saying things like, "I own your soul," or, "Give no fear 23 your games," but what do they really say?
It turns out it's probably stuff like, "Buzz clogged the anti-gravity toilet again," since according to Microsoft's Major Nelson, the sounds were actually public domain NASA transmissions that they tweaked beyond recognition. OK, that solves that mystery. That's the comment from a reader that inspired us to investigate this matter thanks, Kaspar!
Here's the thing, though: Yeah, we'd soak that Xbox in holy water if we were you. Facebook isn't the only tech giant that rewards our trust with reckless abandon. A commercial's only job is to convince you that your life will be better with its product. Don't make me do this again.
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