The Creepy Text Generator is a free tool that you can use to generate creepy text. It was built for Halloween and is perfect if you are looking to write horror stories, but it’s also great just for getting a quick start on creative writing projects.
You can customize the generator by using sliders in the menu bar at the top of this page. You will find options to control things like dark victorian letters, boldened text, dimming and more.
Click Preview Your Text after making changes
Click Preview Your Text after making changes so you can see what your new creepy story will look like. The preview box will only show small sections of generated text at once so that it loads fast on most devices.
Save your complete work as a project if you want access to all the text it generates. Creates creepy stories that are perfect for Halloween night or just to get you into the spooky spirit of things.
You can customize your story with sliders in the menu bar at the top of this page so it is unique every time and more interesting. The preview box will only show small sections of generated text at once so that it loads fast on most devices.
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- Copy paste a creepy sentence from here into a notepad file: http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Creepy_Text_Generator
- Save as .txt extension and open with Note pad++ … or some other program of your choice; preferably something which highlights text that it is changed on line by line basis… like Notepad ++ (which also has a pretty neat auto-“spell” feature).
- Now, you can (if you’re truly a sadistic individual) take that and paste it into Microsoft Word/Open Office in order to copy-paste it back onto the creepypasta.wikia website. However, whether or not you do this is entirely up to your personal preferences.
- I’m particularly fond of using “Markdown” for these things, which allows me to use symbols like *asterisks* for emphasis or **double asterisks** for bolding text; as well as being able to link tildes ~like this~ and hashtags #like this# .
Also, when writing horror ask yourself: what scares me? What scares other people? Are they similar answers? If not, why not?
- A Google account is needed to use the Creepy Text Generator, and it’s recommended that you have one anyway as it’s a unique website that can only be accessed through your Google account (it may also be accessible through other search engines in the future).
- The text itself may take some time to load, depending on how many different styles of text are generated simultaneously by users/how much traffic there is on the website at any given moment. If this happens just wait for about 10-15 seconds and then refresh the page so you can continue writing (if you’re using Microsoft Word or Open Office remember to save periodically while writing your story!).
- Make sure that once you’ve finished with a story you click on the ‘Save’ button and copy the text from your browser to wherever you want to keep it.
- It is recommended that you don’t just ‘press a button’ and write out whatever it gives you, instead think of something beforehand that could actually happen in real life! This will make things feel more meaningful/spooky when you read back over what you’ve written later.
- Don’t be worried if some words are in bold or italics as this is meant to signify when they’re being said rather than emphasised (for example, THE RED BUTTON IS TOO DANGEROUS TO PRESS).