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  • The Halloween tradition continues as, once more, Robert and Joe dive into the rich history of TV horror and sci-fi anthology series to focus on the STBYM topics they might not otherwise get to discuss on the show. In , they examined episodes of the s Outer Limits revival, The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror, Creepshow and Are You Afraid of the Dark. (originally published 10/27/)
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  • If the many-worlds interpretation holds true, then there’s an alternate timeline in which the tyranny of Michael Myers ended in and ’s “Halloween III: Season of the Witch” ushered in a new age. In this alternative world, John Carpenter’s Halloween franchise became a long-running horror anthology series. Each subsequent October, anything was possible in a Halloween film, including pagan conspiracies and killer androids. In this episode of Weirdhouse Cinema, Rob and Joe ride the chariot of pumpkins and attempt to cross over into this alternate reality.
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  • Strange presences walk the shore before the coming of the storm. Terrible forms move in its wake. In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe discuss a wide selection of ghosts and monsters connected to destructive weather patterns.
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  • Why do certain works of music make our skin crawl? In this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Joe chats with producer Seth about the science of scary music and Seth tells everyone about his new music podcast Rusty Needle&#;s Record Club.
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  • Take the Minotaur out of its maze and you have but another beast man -- but within his manufactured environment, he is a singular terror in myth and popular consciousness. But where does this monster come from? What does his existence mean? What does the stalker of these bloody halls reveal about the human mind and human history? In this trio of Stuff to Blow Your Mind episodes, Robert and Joe discuss the minotaur. (originally published 10/15/)
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  • Yes, kiddies, in this episode of Weirdhouse Cinema, Rob and Joe discuss Ernest Dickerson’s siege movie “Tales from the Crypt: Demon Knight.” Strap in for grotesque monsters, a whole host of character actors and some Crypt Keeper puns. (originally published 2/19/)
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  • To fully understand the minotaur myth, we also have to consider the Minoan civilization of Crete. In this classic episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe chat with Professor Nicoletta Momigliano, author of “In Search of the Labyrinth: The Cultural Legacy of Minoan Crete.” Learn all about ancient Creteomania as well as modern artistic treatments of the minotaur. (originally published 10/13/)
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  • The world is hitting a data tipping point where vast connectivity requires massive network capacity. In this episode of Smart Talks, Malcolm Gladwell talks to David Shacochis, Vice President for Enterprise Technology and Field CTO at Lumen, and Howard Boville, Head of IBM Cloud Platform, about how hybrid cloud is serving as a catalyst for innovation in a world where computing can and must happen everywhere: private clouds, public clouds, the edge of the network.
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  • Take the Minotaur out of its maze and you have but another beast man -- but within his manufactured environment, he is a singular terror in myth and popular consciousness. But where does this monster come from? What does his existence mean? What does the stalker of these bloody halls reveal about the human mind and human history? In this trio of Stuff to Blow Your Mind episodes, Robert and Joe discuss the minotaur. (originally published 10/6/)
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  • Wax Museums are frequent haunts in horror cinema, but where do they really tie into our sense of revulsion and anatomical unease? In this classic episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe kick off a month of Halloween-themed episodes with a science-filled night in the house of wax. (originally published 10/1/)
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  • The Black Death was the most fatal pandemic in recorded human history, decimating a late Medieval world unaided by the germ theory of disease. In this episode of Stuff to Blow your Mind, Robert and Joe discuss the ways that religion responded to the plague and the effects these efforts had on its spread and impact.
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  • The creation of atomic weaponry changed human civilization forever, but it also left its mark on the Earth itself -- in both obvious and subtle ways. In this classic episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Joe discuss some of the ways in which the world would not be the same. (originally published 9/24/)
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  • Before John Carpenter’s “The Thing,” there was Howard Hawks’ “The Thing From Another World,” the first adaptation of John W. Campbell Jr.’s short story “Who goes there?” In this episode of Weirdhouse Cinema, Rob and Joe bust out the thermite and discuss this sci-fi classic.
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Surf the Internet long enough and you'll happen upon creepypasta: little cut-and-paste snippets of horror that blur the lines between reality and the fantastic. These collectively assembled amalgams of pop culture influences take on their own amorphous power -- and more than a few of them seem to involve shadowy science experiments. So in this episode of Stuff to Blow Your Mind, Robert and Christian explore the real-life science behind a handful of experiments from the world of creepypasta.

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Russian Sleep Experiment

The Russian Sleep Experiment is a creepypasta which tells the tale of five test subjects being exposed to an experimental sleep-inhibiting stimulant in a Soviet-era scientific experiment, which has become the basis of an urban legend.[1]

Story[edit]

The story recounts an experiment set in the late–s at a covert Soviet test facility. In a military-sanctioned scientific experiment, five political prisoners were kept in a sealed gas chamber, with an airborne stimulant continually administered in order to keep the subjects awake for 30 consecutive days. The prisoners were falsely promised that they would be set free from the prison if they completed the experiment. The subjects behaved as usual during the initial days, talking to each other and whispering to the researchers through the one-way glass, though it was noted that their discussions gradually became darker in the subject matter. After nine days, one subject began screaming uncontrollably for hours while the others had no reaction to his outburst. The man screamed for so long that he tore his vocal cords, and was rendered mute as a result. When the second one started screaming, the others prevented the researchers from looking inside by pasting torn book pages and their own feces on the porthole windows. A few days passed without the researchers being able to look inside, during which the chamber was completely silent. The researchers used the intercom to test if the subjects were still alive, and got a short response of a subject expressing compliance.

On the 15th day, the researchers decided to turn off the stimulating gas and reopen the chamber. The subjects did not want the gas to turn off, for fear they would fall asleep. Upon looking inside, they discovered that the four surviving subjects had performed lethal and severe mutilation and disembowelmenton themselves during the past days, including tearing off flesh and muscles, removing multiple abdominal internal organs, practicing self-cannibalism on themselves, as well as cannibalism of the second subject, and allowing 10&#;cm (4 inches) of blood and water to accumulate on the floor by jamming pieces of flesh from the second subject into the drain, who was found dead on the floor as soon as the chamber was opened. The subjects violently refused to leave the chamber and begged the scientists to continue administering the stimulant, murdering one soldier and severely injuring another that attempted to remove them. After eventually being removed from the chamber, all subjects were shown to exhibit extreme strength, unprecedented resistance to drugs and sedatives, the ability to remain alive despite lethal injuries, and a desperate desire to stay awake and be given the stimulant. It was also found that if any one of the subjects fell asleep, they would die.

After being somewhat treated for their severe injuries, the surviving three subjects were prepared to return to the gas chamber with the stimulant by the orders of the military officials (though against the will of the researchers), with EEG monitors showing short recurring moments of brain death. Before the chamber was sealed, one of the subjects fell asleep and died, and the only subject that could speak screamed to be immediately sealed in the chamber. The military commander ordered for three other researchers to be closed inside the chamber alongside the two remaining subjects. One researcher immediately drew his gun and killed the commander and the mute subject by shooting both of them in the head, causing the other person to flee the room. With only one surviving subject, the terrified researcher explained that he would not allow himself to be locked in a room with monsters that could no longer be called people. He desperately asked what the subject was, to which the subject smiled and identified himself and the other fallen subjects as an inherent evil inside the human mind that is kept in check by the act of sleeping. After a brief pause, the researcher shot the prisoner in the heart, and with his dying breath on the floor, the subject muttered his final words; "Sonearlyfree" and it was all over.

Popularity and reception[edit]

The Russian Sleep Experiment became immensely popular upon its original publication. It is considered by some to be the greatest and most shared creepypasta story ever made and Dread Central's Josh Millican has called it "one of the most shocking and impactful urban legends of the Internet Age".[2][3] Much of the online and offline debate surrounds the belief held by many that the story is real rather than fiction, and many articles therefore seek to debunk this claim.[4] It has also sparked more general discussion of the viral nature of creepypasta stories.[5]

The creepypasta is often shared alongside an image of a grotesque, demonic figure, which is implied to be one of the test subjects. The image is actually of a life-size animatronic Halloween prop called "Spazm".[6]

Literary criticism[edit]

In the chapter "Horror Memes and Digital Culture" in The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Gothic, Tosha R. Taylor wrote that the creepypasta "reflects residual political anxieties as it purports to reveal a top-secret effort by Russian scientists in World War II."[7] Aleksandra Serwotka and Anna Stwora examined "Russian Sleep Experiment" and other creepypasta, stating that most creepypasta that focused on experiments feature scientists who "are frequently somehow related either to Nazi Germany or Soviet Russia".[8]

Sonali Srivastav and Shikha Rai drew comparisons between "Russian Sleep Experiment" and the miniseries Ghoul, noting that the series took inspiration from the creepypasta.[9]

Adaptations[edit]

The Russian Sleep Experiment's popularity has led to various adaptations over the years. A novel inspired by the original short story was published in but is now out-of-print.[10]

The play Subject UH - When Science Traces A Deadly Turn is based on the short story.[11]

In early , a psychological thriller based on the short story began production in Ireland, directed by John Farrelly.[12] In , the film The Sleep Experiment was released.[13]

In July , horror author Jeremy Bates published The Sleep Experiment, a novel closely based on the original short story.[14]

Several other adaptations have been created, including a film based on the short story entitled The Soviet Sleep Experiment, with Chris Kattan starring and Barry Andersson directing.[15][16] Filming for the movie took place in Lakeville, Minnesota during [17]

References[edit]

  1. ^Considine, Austin (). "Bored at Work? Try Creepypasta, or Web Scares (Published )". The New York Times. ISSN&#; Retrieved
  2. ^"Video: The Infographics Show Explores THE RUSSIAN SLEEP EXPERIMENT". Dread Central. Retrieved
  3. ^Fernando, Gavin (June 15, ). "How the Russian Sleep Experiment became a global phenomenon". news.com.au. Retrieved July 29,
  4. ^Mikkelson, David (August 28, ). "Was the Russian Sleep Experiment Real?". snopes.com. Retrieved June 9,
  5. ^Griffin, Andrew (February 20, ). "Creepypasta: the digital campfires where the Slender Man was born". independent.co.uk. Retrieved June 6,
  6. ^"Ten Infamous Creepypastas Based on a Single Terrifying Image".
  7. ^Taylor, Tosha R. (), Bloom, Clive (ed.), "Horror Memes and Digital Culture", The Palgrave Handbook of Contemporary Gothic, Cham: Springer International Publishing, pp.&#;–, doi/_58, ISBN&#;, retrieved
  8. ^Serwotka, Aleksandra; Stwora, Anna (). "Powrót do dyskursów internetowych: język creepypasty". Media - Kultura - Komunikacja Społeczna. 4 (14): 11– doi/mkks ISSN&#;
  9. ^"Metanarratives of Identity in Web-series: A Narrative Analysis of Netflix's Ghoul ()"(PDF). International Journal of Media and Information Literacy. 4 (2). doi/ijmil
  10. ^Rigney, Todd (September 1, ). "Russian Sleep Experiment Creepypasta Becomes a Creepy Novella". Dread Central. Retrieved July 29,
  11. ^"The war between science and human race - Times of India". The Times of India. Retrieved
  12. ^"I Love Limerick, John Farrelly Set to Release Debut Feature Film, 'The Sleep Experiment'". February 22,
  13. ^The Sleep Experiment () - IMDb, retrieved
  14. ^"The Sleep Experiment (): Jeremy Bates: Books". Amazon.com.
  15. ^Sprague, Mike (December 14, ). "Creepypasta's Russian Sleep Experiment Is Becoming a Horror Movie". Movie Web. Retrieved December 31,
  16. ^Squires, John (). "That Crazy Disturbing "Russian Sleep Experiment" Urban Legend is Getting Its Own Horror Movie". Bloody Disgusting!. Retrieved
  17. ^"Blood, guts and lots of coffee: 'Soviet Sleep Experiment' finishes shooting in Lakeville". Twin Cities. Retrieved

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Zalgo wasn't even aware of the existence of the barrier at first. All he knew was that all of the monsters had traveled underground and they couldn't leave. It was when he went to the underground himself that he discovered the barrier. He could feel it, looming over the monsters. Just a little bit more, and it would even seal him in or out. Zalgo made sure to keep note of that.

Even though the monsters were in a difficult situation, they were monsters. It had always been harder to convince monsters to sell their souls to him, they were more aware of their souls than humans were. He knew that even if he could break the barrier in exchange for a soul, most of the monsters would say no. They knew not to trust demons.

However, there was one.

A man of science. W.D Gaster, who looked at him with interest. He didn't care about breaking the barrier, he was a selfish man. He wanted knowledge, utter knowledge. Data and experiments is all the man cared about. However, what he needed was more than just knowledge, for he was already rather smart.

Gaster needed experiments. Live, functioning experiments. The man said he cared not if they were kidnapped monsters, but he just needed alive monsters to experiment on to his pleasure. The man couldn't do it himself, he would easily get caught. But if a demon were to get him the experiments, no one would suspect the scientist. The scientist had already tried to use his own body to recreate a soul, but it was impossible. Only two souls could create another soul.

That's where Zalgo stepped in. Instead of kidnapping people, somewhat of a chore for him, Zalgo could instead give the scientist what he needed to recreate monster souls. It wasn't as if Zalgo hadn't managed to give people children before, it was the whole point. By giving people children, he would be able to create demons born on earth. The ultimate power.

As demons were born in hell, they couldn't leave hell. It took a lot of power to cross into the void, but only a select few from those able to leave hell could even walk among the earth. In all of his time, only two others than Zalgo could walk the earth, both of which perished with time. But if a demon were to be born on the earth, it would be powerful. Zalgo always aimed to give people children in exchange for their souls.

It was a simple process. Usually Zalgo would just put a piece of demon power into the child's soul to make them half demon, but Gaster had no interest in loving the child as the others did. The man didn't care for loving them, he just needed test subjects. He wasn't like the other people Zalgo had given children, infurtile mothers begging for a child, but it would work the same. Carving out a piece of the mans hand, they warped his DNA with Zalgo's magic to create a child.

A baby skeleton. Half demon, half skeleton.

The deal was on. Gaster would be allowed to experiment with the boy until the barrier was almost done fully forming, of which Zalgo would make his return to collect both of them. Gaster would sell his soul, and Zalgo would collect his child.

Yes, his child. Gaster had already made it clear that he did not want this child, so it was more of Zalgo's child than Gaster's.

It had been years later before Gaster was calling for his presence again, asking the demon for help in creating another soul. The first child, Sans, was doing excellent in the studies of determination. That meant the child was half demon and could also have the advantage of determination and powerful monster magic. There was no doubt this child would be powerful when he grew up, even if he didn't fully realize his half demon soul. The scientist never told the child of the demon, instead informing him Gaster alone had created him. It was fine with Zalgo, he still had time before the barrier would fully close.

The second child was supposed to be different. W.D Gaster didn't want him to be as demonic as the first was. Even though Sans had no knowledge of his demon origins, Gaster was afraid it might interfere with the experiments. With another piece of his hand taken out, Zalgo gave less of his magic to the child. Just to replicate the idea of another parents magic to help him grow, not enough to give him demonic aspects of a soul. The second child was overall just a normal skeleton monster compared to the first. But the deal still stood, just slightly changed. Right before the barrier would close, Zalgo would collect both of the children and Gasters soul.

When it came time to collect, however, was when his plan was unfoiled.

The lab was empty, Zalgo couldn't sense the Doctors soul. The man hadn't died, or else Zalgo would have had his soul from their deal. But he wasn't alive either, no one even remembered him. He had been wiped from existence.

The children were both also gone.

Zalgo didn't have enough time to search the entire underground for them. The barrier was about to close, he had to leave before he would be trapped. The children were both still alive, so Zalgo wouldn't be able to get their souls.

Due to him being located in hell, Zalgo didn't often keep up with the surface world. The only times he did was when he was summoned, which happened rarely. But he did find out that the barrier had been broken, years later than it had happened.

That created a difficult situation. Zalgo couldn't approach his children, they didn't know about him. So he sent in some of his own proxies to watch them, learning about their lives. The seemed to have been separated, but when Zalgo learned that the eldest was with his enemy, the CreepyPasta, he wanted to vomit. The CreepyPasta had always been at odds against him, especially Slender. They had a few encounters in the past, and it didn't help that the man was dating his son! There was no way Zalgo could approach Sans directly, especially when he was always with a few of the CreepyPasta. That's why he had to wait, years on years, watching his son start having grandchildren with the enemy.

The opportunity came, years later. Whenever Sans went to the store, he had always brought one of the CreepyPasta with him. But this time, it was just his son, and Zalgo's grandson. Zalgo sent his bus out to go collect the two, to use force or threats if it had to. Slender wasn't watching Sans, none of the Creepypasta were near him. This may be his only opportunity.

He now had his son.

Haven't you wondered why Sans got sick every time after he touched blood? It wasn't him being sick, it was his body reacting and his magic preparing for a fight. Monsters don't regularly react to blood that way.

But demons do.

Also, I drew Zalgo like forever ago cuz I've had this planned for awhile. 

 

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