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Oh crap. Until I read this all through, I thought I was still on botbot. So I seriously took this as a real horrifying story, not as creepypasta. Needless to say, I'm probably not going to sleep tonight. Especially not with my habit of leaving the TV on.
Dec 31st, 2012quote
You were doing so well until the bit about not being able to change the channel.
Dec 31st, 2012quote
It all got very cliche after the "sobbing and screaming," in my opinion.
Dec 31st, 2012quote
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You were doing so well until the bit about not being able to change the channel.

They are people out there stupid enough to not just change the channel, so when he mentioned the rogue channel I immediately thought "creepypasta", but a good one none the less.
Dec 31st, 2012quote
Ummm why not turn off the TV?
Dec 31st, 2012quote
I'm not reading this shit when the lights are off in my room.
Jan 2nd, 2013quote
I hope this is the last time I stumble into Creepybot at 1 am.
Jan 2nd, 2013quote
I doubt that the real recording is still out there somewhere. He has a point with the audio being cut off, but it could also be sloppy editing. Being unable to change the channel sounds a bit farfetched as well.
Jan 2nd, 2013quote
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I hope this is the last time I stumble into Creepybot at 1 am.

It'll happen again, you must simply learn to embrace the creepy.
Jan 2nd, 2013quote
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Ummm why not turn off the TV?


My thoughts exactly. Say something could prevent channel changing, I'd go all of 3 channels before I said "fuck it" and went to bed.
Jan 13th, 2013quote
Where can I find this audio?
Jan 18th, 2013quote
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Where can I find this audio?

Doesn't quite do the trick, but it's close.

Link
Jan 19th, 2013quote
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It all got very cliche after the "sobbing and screaming," in my opinion.


OP tried waaaaay to hard.
Jan 24th, 2013quote
I can't really take these kind of creepypastas seriously when they treat absolutely mundane things like eldritch horrors and put them in scenarios that would otherwise be easily avoided, i.e. the guys at CN only making the bump long enough for the few seconds it was supposed to last, not using a sound set that would horrify their viewers enough to negatively impact business, or viewers calling in CN begging them to make the sounds stop as opposed to, say, turning down the volume or changing the channel.
Feb 1st, 2013quote




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