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    Housesitter hears a murder

    [ranking: 3]
    "My cousin Charlie needed someone to babysit his house in San Luis Obispo so I volunteered. I was staying at his place by myself getting lost in a Lord of The Rings marathon until around 2:30 a.m. The marathon ended and I proceed to make some green tea. That's when I hear a distant scream. I knew it was a human scream but for some reason I just refused to believe it. The thing about the houses in that area is that you have a lot of room between you and your neighbors but you can still hear them if someone is loud. I thought maybe the neighbor screamed because they were watching a scary film. That's when I heard something similar to multiple firecrackers going off.
    Something didn??t seem right, so I grabbed the nearest blunt object and headed upstairs. My cousin Charlie has a 360 degree second deck so I went out and turned on the outside lights. I listened but I could only hear the wind. What I later found out from my Cousin Charlie is that a man had a big argument with his wife and shot her as she ran from the house. Because I was the only one who had left the outside lights on, she had ran towards me but died from her wounds just short of Charlie's house. That part still gives me chills."

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    Man hears screaming in the woods

    [ranking: 20]
    "My wife, daughter and I joined our troop for a Cub Scout Halloween event at a camp in Colorado.It's a large hilly area tucked away in the canyons and we stayed in cabins that were nowhere near the rest of the group. We get ready for bed and as I'm starting to fall asleep I realize how eerily quiet it is. It is completely still outside. No wind, no rustling of trees. I eventually fall asleep. I am then awoken very suddenly by a scream inside the room. I sit up and ask my wife if she is ok. She responds yes and checks on our daughter. She is fine. It is now dead quiet again. No noise. The scream is gone. So in a panic I start walking around the room in the dark.
    Maybe it came from outside. So I peek out the window and out the front door. No movement; nothing. It's pitch black. I can't see anything.  I stand there frozen for a minute and finally work myself up the courage to go outside. I grab my phone, turn on the screen for light and see a Halloween update alert from the Simpsons Mobile game. So what I heard was Homer Simpson screaming from my phone  Needless to say, I uninstalled that game and haven't played it since. It took a good two hours for my wife and I to fall back asleep.

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    Unwanted visitor watches unsuspecting backpacker

    [ranking: 5]
    "I was out in the Dark Canyon Wilderness of Utah after two weeks of driving and backpacking around the country alone. The plan was a seven-day trip and after a few days of setbacks I was on my last night. By this time I was already a little scared of the dark but that's just what happens when you are your only company for three weeks. Anyway, on the sixth day, about halfway through my hike, I ran out of water. I made camp and went upstream in search of water. After a little hiking I found a little spring with deliciously cold refreshing water. I drank some before realizing I didn't bring my water bottles so I hiked the half mile or so back to the camp to get them. On my trip back to fill my water bottles, I kept feeling really vulnerable and uncomfortable. Every little rustle in the bushes set me off. I could hear birds calling in the distance that set me off. I kept looking for something following me.
    I can only describe my emotion as pure terror. It got to the point where I picked up a branch for a weapon. I kept telling myself that it was just paranoia but I couldn't shake the feeling that I was being watched. I finally got to the water and filled up my bottle, constantly looking over my shoulder. The feeling of unease was still with me when I headed back to my camp.There I came upon a fresh mountain lion print placed directly between my two footprints. It's one thing to think that your fears are unfounded paranoia, it's much worse to know they are true."

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    Hiker encounters group of armed men

    [ranking: 18]
    "I used to work as an ecological surveyor for the Ministry of Agriculture in the UK. 
    Basically I used to get paid to take long walks every day recording the ecology and anything else notable. One day, I was surveying an area where the military trains. I had been walking for about four hours and hadn't seen another person in that time. The trail I was following led me into a small woodland and I was just walking along. Suddenly there were about 10 or 12 guys surrounding around me. All armed to the teeth of course. All of them laughing like hell as I nearly soiled myself. They were all special forces types training on a camouflage /stalking course. They had been following me for about an hour. Apparently I nearly stepped on one of them about 10 minutes before, as he was hiding right by the path. We all ended up sitting around in the wood having a chat."

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    Car accident victim meets hermit

    [ranking: 13]
    "I live on a compound by myself. It's my tiny home, work shop, and a couple of other buildings for food/equipment storage and a guest room. During one bad snowstorm I decided to hunker in for the long haul. I spent almost two weeks without leaving. Three days in, I get woken up to a knock at the door. I get up to answer it and halfway there, I realize the only way this guy could knock on my door is if he broke the outside gate lock. So I grab my shotgun and ask him through the door who he is and what he wants.
    Guy says nothing and keeps banging. I go out the back door and sneak around front and I see a man who is on the ground, covered in blood, and shouting for help. Turns out he was driving, crashed and dragged himself five miles down the road until he came to my place. By then he realized that I forgot to lock the bottom part of the gate and dragged himself in. Luckily he survived."

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    Driver encounters man in a snowstorm

    [ranking: 2]
    "Some friends and I took my truck up in the mountains during the winter time and we towed each other on a tube across the snow. We'd drop the tailgate in my old long-bed Ford and a few guys would sit in the back with one of those bazillion candlelight spotlights. When I was driving it'd be fun to make really wide turns in the dark so the person on the tube didn't have the luxury of headlights or taillights to somewhat illuminate their trail. The person in the bed of the truck with the spotlight would be funny and shine the light clear off to the side so it was pitch black if you were on the tube. One particular winter night, a snowstorm was rolling in so we headed up to the usual spot. It was really DARK that night. I was driving while a friend sat on the tube.  
    The guy with the spotlight shined the light clear to the side of the truck and as I checked my mirror, I made eye contact with a guy dressed in jeans, a red plaid shirt, and an orange baseball cap. As we made eye contact, I lost all control of my body for probably only five seconds, but it felt like an eternity. I stopped the truck and turned it around and asked the guys if they saw him. They all said no, so I flipped the truck around and turned on the high beams and they shined the spotlight all over. I got out and looked for footprints in the fresh snow and saw nothing. 
    That night we went back home and I told my dad about the weird experience and didn't think anything of it. A week later on the news, the police reported finding a body in the area close to where we were and asked for any tips. My dad convinced me to call the police and tell them we were up in the area and saw that guy. I called and an investigator came over to the house, I told him I saw that man seven days ago. As soon as I said that, the investigator asked me, "Are you are sure about the date?" When I said I was positive, he showed me a picture of the body they found wearing the same red plaid shirt and orange ball cap. Turns out it was a man who suffered from some mental handicaps and committed suicide on the mountain, one month BEFORE I saw him."


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There is nothing as scary as silence - especially when you're alone in the middle of nowhere. Your own thoughts can get the best of you, you wonder if your mind is playing tricks on you, and you can never be sure if someone... or something... isn't looking over your shoulder. Anybody who has spent time living in the woods alone has a creepy story to tell, so we scoured Reddit and collected a list of stories from nature enthusiasts who have encountered some seriously creepy things out there. 

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