S p o o k y & O c c u l t . . .
WARNING: Some links in this section may be frightening, intense, and possibly triggering.
Some may have flashing images and loud sounds. While most listed are just fine, if you're senstive, please click with caution!
Biddy Tarot - An online community dedicated
to learning tarot. Apparently you can also get free readings done by tarot students. I only use the free resources here (like the tarot card meanings) so I can't
vouch for any of the paid content...but their explanations are clear and easy to understand. This site has helped me so much in the past few years, when I
started seriously learning tarot!
Witchipedia - A giant encyclopedia for everything Wicca/witchcraft.
I believe it's a giant community-run Wiki page sort of deal. There's info on deities, traditions, herbs, flowers, crystals, and ideas for spells--just about
everything that you can think of! I mostly use it to double-check my herb and flower symbolism.
Sacred Texts Archive - An archive of digital copies
and free downloads of religious texts and mythological tales from around the world, including Pagan and occult texts.
Magic, Spells and Potions with StarFields - Someone's
personal webpage about witchcraft and magick. It's super retro and colorful--a fun little thing to poke around and explore. I love the virtual wishing well~!
Cafe Astrology - Everything astrology! Get a free
copy of your natal chart, learn about the placement of the planets, and try compatibility tests between signs.
Dream Moods - An online dictionary of dream symbolism. I've
been using this site to learn about dreams and dream symbolism since I was a teenager--it's looked the same for over a decade now, haha. But it's really
helpful. It's taught me everything I know about dreams!
Kindertrauma blog - A horror movie blog. It's original
concept was sharing reader-submitted stories about pieces of media that scared them as children, but it's slowly grown into a blog about the horror genre in general.
I used to read this blog religiously, and I'm really glad that it's still active today. I've hunted down some spooky stuff from my childhood thanks to the community
it's created, and introduced me to some of my favorite movies, like Hausu!
Robert the Doll - The official homepage for Robert the doll,
a cursed doll that resides in a museum in Key West, Florida. Read his story, buy some merchandise (?) I can personally attest to this doll being creepy af--
went on a family vacation to Key West as a teenager and saw him in person. 10/10 was probably cursed.
Ted's Cave - An old-school internet classic!
The infamous creepypasta-esque website about a guy named Ted who explores a cave. If you're a yougin' who's never read this, give it a look!
Shaye Saint John's homepage -
"HELLO AGAIN!!" This is an archived version of the personal homepage of decapitated mannequin diva Shaye Saint John. A warning for loud autoplay signs and flashing
images! Another creepy internet legend that was popular to pass around back in the day--which is sadly being erased from history, as Shaye's profiles across the
internet are being taken down. She still lives on in the hearts of fans, though. Who could ever forget about the hand thing?!
Yvette's Bridal Dresses - A wesbite for a formal dress
shop...sort of. Another warning for autoplay music, super bright colors, and flashing images. The homepage shows photos of wedding dresses and prom gowns,
but the deeper you go down the rabbit hole, the more you realize that this website isn't about a dress shop...This analysis by Atrocity Guide explains it better than I do!
SCP Wiki - Secure. Contain. Protect. The classic creepypasta-esque
website about an organization that obtains mysterious, cursed, and otherwise undrescribable objects, creatures, and even places. I remember the fear I felt when I was like, 13
and reading SCP-173 for the very first time!
Petit Tube - A website that finds Youtube video with zero
or just a handful of views. A place to find really obscure stuff. Usually it's just trivial clips though--like someone's personal family vacation tapes, or an accidental
shot of somebody's floor, etc. But sometimes you'll click through long enough to see something that makes you go "...huh?"
Tail O' The Rat's Quest for the 'Crack Monster' - In
June of 2008, a cartoonist made a blog post about a Sesame Street cartoon that frightened them as a child in the 70s. It was a little girl looking at the cracks in her walls,
and imaginging all sorts of shapes and creatures...eventually coming upon a "crack monster", which is a huge scary face in her wall. Tons of people came across the
blog post and had their own experience with the short--you can read how the story slowly comes together and the clues are pieced together in the comment section
and each blog update...So many clamoured to see the crack monster, and they eventually did, as it was found and put on Youtube for all to enjoy in 2017! :')
Lost Media Wiki - A wiki for documenting and hunting
down mysterious and lost pieces of media. From scrapped TV show pitches, deleted scenes from movies, and unfinished videogames, there's details and clues listed
for all things discarded and lost. Here's a couple of cool articles to get you started: the "clock man" cartoon, lost
Rugrats storyboard jam (NSFW!!!), and the Japanese PC game Garage: Bad Dream Adventure.