So how was she messaging him on Facebook on September 4, 2013? Today we offer horror reimagined for the digital age: the web’s best scary stories for the tech generation. Sure, Reddit can be productive 1300 words | 5 minute read Nathan’s girlfriend died on August 7, 2012.I have to pretend it isn’t real for the sake of my sanity, because it sounds far too real. One user delved into the belly of the beast and found the “Shadow Web”, the darkest corners of the web all you want, but you don’t know just how unsafe you are on the Internet.And this two-part tale shows how messed up people are, how all your security precautions are useless when confronted with pro hackers, and how bad things can go if you say the wrong thing at the wrong time. 1500 words | 5 minute read Imagine you’re just browsing the web like you normally do—like you’re doing right now.Imagine you open up a new tab and instead of a web page, you see your webcam. Imagine you’re startled and then read someone say, “No I don’t think he even knows.We got to find this guy and warn him somehow.” Imagine someone replies, “Guys I’m seriously freaking out. ” And then imagine seeing this message directed at you: 1550 words | 6 minute read Everyone has that one ex, right?
The format of this story deserves as much credit in making it compelling as the content.It’s a conversation between two people, played out as a series of Whats App chat messages A girl recounts the time her housemate, R, was browsing Facebook and came across his own picture in the social network’s “People you may know”. And that profile was in a relationship with someone else.A little digging showed the author had a fake profile too, and there was an entire online community of all her and R’s friends.The one who sends you drunken texts, and tries to act casual but doesn’t pull it off?
Upon doing some further research we discovered some scary stuff.1900 words | 7 minute read I won’t lie, this story freaked me out for days.