Krathoon wrote: »
Gail Simone wrote:
Show ONE image from a horror movie that scared the hell out of you as a kid.
#pipe wrote: »
It wasn't originally an SCP, just a photo that got posted on 4chan and then had some creepypasta written based on it.
It has since developed a whole SCP style extended universe with its own internal lore and characters and canon.http://backrooms-wiki.wikidot.com/
That video is dope, and I absolutely adore the technique of building digital 3D environments and then filming them as if with a handheld camera. The VHS style really makes it feel real.
DisruptedCapitalist wrote: »
Someone had mentioned it in another thread, but I didn't realize it was a new video on YouTube. The idea of the backrooms has been around for a while (was it originally an SCP?) but this is the best variation I've seen on it yet!
The subject was originally retrieved by Mobile Task Force Σ14 (Log Jammers) after several residents reported sightings to the local sherrif ███ █████, who escalated to his local FBI outpost at
█████, MI at which point embedded foundation agents flagged the event.
A bunch of people saw it on level 7.
Metzger Meister wrote: »
Part of the interesting thing about the backrooms stuff is a lot of it has to do with like, people's recollection of being in weird liminal spaces as a child, like really long hallways or a store with a bunch of empty shelves and how odd and alien these spaces can seem. it's all very interesting.
Dedwrekka wrote: »
My mom used to do the day to day running of the school lunch program for part of the school district. If a school was understaffed she'd run over there at night to make food for the next day. So my childhood involved a lot of visiting new spaces and seeing the back hallways of buildings. Including the office building where the district kitchen/food storage was located, where some of the meal items were prepped en-mass, and had wide, usually empty corridors.