The Creepiest Websites On The Internet To Trigger You

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This list of creepy websites is not for the faint of heart, as it contains some of the weirdest and scariest pages on the internet. Trigger warnings often accompany these sites; some have even run into legal trouble for the content they publish. Fans of the horror genre will struggle with interactive tours of eerie locations on sites like White Enamel and Hashima Island.

Meanwhile, other sites give you all-too-real statistics and updates on the macabre. These websites have archived creepy events, including A Columbine Site, which gives detailed insight into the teens responsible for the tragedy at Columbine High School. The internet is a weird place filled with horror, and these bizarre websites are some of the strangest you will find. 

  • 1
    12,149 VOTES

    Best Gore: The Canadian Gore Site Whose Founder Ended Up Behind Bars

    Best Gore is a Canadian shock site with graphic videos of real horrors like people having their heads and appendages removed.

    The owner of the site, Mark Marek, was actually apprehended for violating Canadian public morality laws, and officially stepped away from running the site in 2019. 

    12,149 votes
  • 2
    8,793 VOTES

    Plane Crash Info: Audio Of Pilots' Last Words And More

    Plane Crash Info offers stats, reports, maps, photos, and the last words of victims. Want to read the transcript from the flight on September 11, 2001? Most likely, you don't. However, this macabre website gives you that and more on many of the worst plane crashes in history.

    People can even listen to MP3s of flights as they go down, accompanied by the final words of those on board. 

    8,793 votes
  • 3
    6,541 VOTES

    Fifth Nail: A Convicted Serial Predator's Blog

    Convicted serial slayer Joseph E. Duncan III is serving 11 consecutive life sentences while waiting to receive capital punishment. Reportedly, Duncan has spent a total of six years of his life not behind bars since he was first apprehended at age 15. Although a serial offender, Duncan also happens to be an avid blogger and is the man behind Fifth Nail. This blog is rarely updated, but Duncan reportedly hand-wrote posts from behind bars and sent them to a third party who published them on the site.

    Those who want to get inside the mind of a maniac can browse this scary online journal. Just know that you may not like what you find.

    6,541 votes
  • 4
    8,059 VOTES

    White Enamel: A Horrifying Walk Through An Abandoned Psychiatric Hospital

    White Enamel is a creepy online game that allows you to point and click your way around a haunted insane asylum. Arguably more like a horror movie than a fun game, White Enamel will haunt you from its creepy soundtrack of an old man singing to its abandoned location.

    The word "eerie" does not begin to describe this site, which is a bad choice for those who get easily scared. White Enamel is a "walkthrough" game that might land you in an abandoned psychiatric hospital, yourself, once you're done playing it.

    8,059 votes
  • 5
    6,798 VOTES

    'Bongcheon-Dong Ghost': An Online Comic That Will Terrify You

    Bongcheon-Dong Ghost is an online comic that is far from comical. In fact, it's downright disturbing. That's why Bongcheon-Dong Ghost comes with a "trigger warning" advising "pregnant women, the elderly, and those with weak hearts" against viewing.

    It's also why most people barely stick around for more than a minute on this website.

    6,798 votes
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    5,146 VOTES

    Hashima Island: A Place To Explore The Real 'Forgotten World' Off The Coast Of Japan

    Hashima Island lets the people of the internet drag and click around this "forgotten world" off the coast of Japan. What's so creepy about this site is that Hashima Island is a real place, known as "the ghost island of Japan." From the "Stairway to Hell" to the coal mine, this website was brilliantly designed to creep absolutely everyone out.

    It even uses Google Street View to make you feel like you are really in this eerie and terrifying location.

    5,146 votes