Thursday, September 1, 2011

The Tale of the Visitor

NOTE: The following is the text of an unpublished children's book by a so-called "C. C. White". Personally, I think it's obvious why no publisher would touch it. --SΣ

THE TALE OF THE VISITOR
by C. C. White

Once upon a time there was a man who liked to visit new people. People called him the Visitor.

He traveled to the woods and visited a big pale man in a suit, but the pale man tried to eat him, so Visitor left.

He traveled to the hospital and visited a man with a bird mask, the man in the mask made Visitor's nose feel itchy, so he left him too.

He traveled to the castle and visited the queen of puppets, but the queen wanted to make him a puppet, so Visitor left her too.

He traveled to the lake and visited a bunch of tentacles, and the tentacles grabbed him and pulled him under the water, and Visitor was never heard from again.

Don't do drugs.

10 comments:

  1. I would like to acknowledge the statement of "Don't do drugs." I would also like to raise the author a "What the fuck?"

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  2. This would make perfect PSA. Reminds me of a children's book idea I had in which everyone dies at the end.

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  3. This reminds me of a children's book which combined bright pictures with dark aesops. I believe it was called "Happy Dog the Happy Dog" and included the aesop "Everyone you know is made of meat."

    Truly a truer moral was never found.

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  4. Sounds like a typical Germen fairy tale to be perfectly honest, the moral/aesop here being "Don't go and screw around with dangerous things"

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  5. Don't do drugs seems ironic considering what the author must have been on.

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  6. I guess everyone is just ignoring the obvious slendy reference.

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  7. the fears knew fear, so they ate him.

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  8. Anyone who can escape the Slender Man, the Plague Doctor and the Wooden Girl without dying should be hailed as a hero and feared as an enemy. It is not surprising the fears wanted to get rid of him as soon as possible. Otherwise he might have discovered how to kill them fo real. I guess he is the first creature alive, other than the quite, that managed to scare the fears.

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    1. Let's not forget Aqualung or the Deep.

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  9. Several of you guys obviously aren't into fear mythos

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