Active Worlds is an MMO from 1995 that nobody really plays anymore. That’s where this story begins.
When Furby hit store shelves in November 1998, it was an instant hit. Kids loved it. Parents loved it. People paid three times the Furby’s retail value just to get one for the holidays, and within three years, Furby had sold 40 million units. Now, nearly two decades later, it’s the seedy world of Furby hackers and…
We love photographs of grand, abandoned buildings, where we can see what happens when once-luxurious digs fall into decay. But there’s something special about taking a video tour of a crumbling mansions... something that makes the experience a little creepier.
Sometimes in this world, you want to make someone as wildly uncomfortable as humanly possible. That’s why Facebook’s here.
Convicted child killer Myra Hindley was dubbed "the most evil woman in Britain." Now a stack of recently-discovered jailhouse letters reveal that she became a raging Valium addict in her later years, making weirder and weirder demands of the government.
If you're looking for something creepy to close out your day, watch the strange and chilling short film All Down Hill, in which a class of children abandoned in the desert go about their school day—their disturbing school day.
Seriously, the GIFs made by freelance animator Hayden Zezula are the stuff of pure nightmares, filled with loops of vacant-eyed baby heads and mutant limbs. They look like some mad science experiment gone horrifically awry.
Patents celebrate the human spirit of innovation, and new patents are a constant source of inspiration. But sometimes you come across some patents that seem a little... evil. Here are nine real-life patents that will make you despair about the human race.
Once these stores and factories sold the stuff of children's dreams, but now that they lie abandoned—filled with decaying displays and disembodied doll heads—they are more likely to inspire nightmares.
Mexico's Isla de las Muñecas (Island of the Dolls) is one of the most unnerving locales on Earth, a place where you are greeted by dirty, damaged baby dolls wherever you look. Take a video tour of this creeptastic island if you don't mind plastic infants popping up in your nightmares.
Madame Tussauds specializes in creating lifelike wax statues. But when those statues are disassembled, put on the shelf, or piled against a wall, they look like trophies in a mad scientist's lab or groaning figures from the zombie apocalypse.
There's art that challenging and art that's a little scary, and then there's art that you wouldn't want showing up in your back yard at night. This bizarre statue sitting off a road in Fredericton, New Brunswick, definitely falls into the latter category. She looks like she might just follow someone home.
Christian Bale reveals his greatest moments in The Dark Knight Rises. Go further inside the insane backstory of Will Smith and M. Night Shyamalan's After Earth. Daniel Radcliffe has Horns, while his old director Chris Columbus gets Creepy. Plus True Blood, American Horror Story, Vampire Diaries, and more!
If you want to make sure no one touches your journal or that hands stay off your books until you're done reading them, this creepy-cute monster book cover is happy to oblige, baring its teeth at any who dare reach for its spine.
Creepy children who can see the future are a mainstay of movies and television — and a surprising number of them are artistically gifted. Put a crayon or magic marker in the hands of a little prophet, and he/she will draw you a deathly masterpiece every time.
You wouldn't want this version of Sesame Street's Bert to get anywhere near your rubber duckie. Special effects expert Nacho Díaz created this silicone model and posted the results on theeffectslab.com's message board. And it's utterly horrifying and creeptastic.
Dark Horse Comics has provided us with a sneak peek from an upcoming hardcover edition of their Creepy anthologies. In "Dorian Gray 2001," Oscar Wilde's classic gets a totally gonzo space vampire overhaul.
This picture was recovered at a destroyed hunting camp in Louisiana. We're baffled by what it could be: Goblins? The Blair Witch? A zombie caught in the wild? Watch the video and wager a guess.
With so many new releases, you'd be forgiven for thinking that San Diego was this week... But, instead, just start worrying that it means that even more is headed your way in time for next week's sun-drenched shenanigans.