Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Case Study No. 1805: Unnamed Female Librarian (CreepyPastaSavie)

"The Librarian" (Request 4)
"Day 4" of the "7 day request upload week" Sort of. I missed two days of upload. Still going to do 7 requests, though. :)


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Music Used:
"Impromptu in Blue" by Kevin MacLeod
0:08 - 2:13

Link to "The Librarian" story:
http://creepypasta the-librarian/
Requested by CPN user "shopkeep"

"The Librarian" Script:
She sat down in her chair. She looked at all the books that were returned. Late. She hated when people would return books late, she thought of them as hogs of information. She thought that books should be shared, not kept to one's self. Of course that's why she worked at the library.
As the day dragged on, more people came in with the books they borrowed. And turned in late. She'd always take the past-due book from the person, giving them an evil eye, then stamping the book with a loud CLACK.
Over the 8 hours she worked at the library, 12 people turned in books late in the first 7 hours. She was incredibly angry by the time the 12th person left. She sat alone for a good half hour, dwelling over how people could keep this information away from others. Then someone walked in the library. The door shut with a loud CLACK.
The stranger walked to the counter and handed the librarian his book. She saw there was water damage. All the book was ruined. She noticed it was "The Hobbit", her favorite book of all time. If books were ruined and or late at the library, there was a fee. She knew this. The stranger wanted to pay the fee, but the librarian wanted to take a toll.
She grabbed the stranger tightly on his neck and began to choke him. The stranger tried to scream, but to no avail. The Librarian took one hand off the stranger's neck and held his skull. She twisted his neck. And with that...

There was a loud CLACK.
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Added: 1 year ago
From: CreepyPastaSavie
Views: 1,006


I've been expecting you.
Que the music. *Clicks fingers and music plays*
Hello, I'm known as Savie, but you can call me Andy.
I do creepypasta narrations for your entertainment on this channel.
You may wonder, "what is a creepypasta narration?"
"Creepypastas" are essentially internet horror stories, passed around on forums and other sites to disturb and frighten readers. The name "Creepypasta" comes from the act of "copying" and "pasting" blocks of texts over the internet.
"Creepypasta Narrations" are the same thing except they come in audio form, read by a narrator with music and sound effects added in the background. Like this exact video.
My goal, is to narrate amazing stories and to provide an immersive feel to these pieces of fiction.
If during this trailer you enjoy listening to me or have become intrigued in the concept of creepypastas, then subscribe.
Subscribe today to be notified of any future uploads to this channel as soon as they are uploaded.
And then maybe you could share this to a friend or two. Or Leave a nice comment about my voice.
Until my next video...
*Clicks fingers and music stops playing*



Creepypasta is a popular subgenre of copypasta which consists of short horror stories and urban legends that are shared via message boards or e-mail. While the majority of creepypasta stories are meant to unnerve or frighten the reader, some authors have re-appropriated the genre into an effective form of bait-and-switch trolling.

While folklores have been an essential part of cultural traditions for many centuries, the term "urban legend" began appearing in print publications as early as 1968 and became widespread through a series of books written by English professor Jan Harold Brunvand in the early 1980s. Since then, the word has become closely associated with short horror or mystery stories set in modern day. Starting in the 1990s, chain letter e-mails quickly emerged as the primary medium for sharing such stories on the Internet.

"There are many forms of chain email that threaten death or the taking of one's soul by telling tales of other's deaths, such as the Katu Lata Kulu chain email, stating that if it is not forwarded, the receivers of the message will be killed by the spirit. Another involved an email involving a homicidal Mickey Mouse, who will intrude the recipient's domain to kill him or her unless sent to the number of recipients (25). Any lower they will suffer death, injury, paranoia, and bad luck."

The Internet slang term "creepypasta," which is derived from the word copypasta, did not enter the vernacular of the 4chan community until 2007, with the earliest known archived thread dating back to July 6th, 2007.

A TV Tropes page for creepypasta was created on December 3rd, 2010. A New York Times article titled "Bored at Work? Try Creepypasta, or Web Scares" was published on November 12th, 2010. A Facebook fan page has 9,277 likes as of October 28th, 2011. Creepypasta archives can be found on various sites including, the Creepypasta Wiki, Tumblr, the SCP Foundation, and Microhorror.

Video Adaptations
Several creepypastas are accompanied by video uploads on YouTube that help illustrate and provide addition depth to the story. Notable examples include Smile.jpg, The Grifter, Squidward's Suicide, Ben Drowned and suicidemouse.avi. The creepypasta video titled "The Scariest Picture on the Internet" was uploaded to YouTube on September 18th, 2010 and has received 366,823 views as of October 28th, 2011.

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