In Corona, California there once was a road known by most locals as the Never Ending Road. Specifically, the road’s true name was Lester Road. Now, over twenty years later, the landscape of Corona has changed, and the Never Ending Road is no more. However, years ago, Lester Road was an unlit road that people claimed became a never ending road when driven at night. The people who made such a drive were never seen from again.
The legend became so well-known that people refused to even drive Lester Road during the day. One night, like many teens my age, I drove up Lester Road, but only a short distance, and in my headlights it did look like it went on forever. Frightened, I quickly turned around, because if I continued up the road, I thought I might never return again.
Perpetuation of the legend convinced local law enforcement to investigate. Lester Road took a sharp left turn at its end, and there were no guard rails. Beyond the curve lay a canyon, and on the other side of the canyon was another road that lined up so well with Lester Road that when viewed from the correct angle, especially at night, the canyon vanished from sight, and the road seemed to continue on up and over the hill on the other side of the canyon. Upon investigation of the canyon, dozens of cars were found, fallen to their doom, with the decomposing bodies of the victims still strapped to their seats.
34 Comments on 'The Never-Ending Road'
Lol this is not even scary nooob
This is actually interesting.
Actually I really like this…this is going on my favorites. And for your information, Eatthatpie112, a ‘noob’ is someone who sucks at a video game. (And ‘nooob’ isn’t even spelled right. Don’t expect that to go unnoticed on a writer’s website.) Last time I checked, writing stories is not a video game, (nor is telling true ones) and I think that this author did a wonderful job tying this together. And these stories do not necessarily have to be frightening, just interesting. And also, people have different perceptions of frightening, so what you would call stupid may terrify someone else. So please, if you have a problem with something someone made, (unless it was plagiarized,in which case point that out) please move on and keep your nasty comments to yourself.
You spelled sociopath wrong.
And there’s no punctuation.
This is very humorous to me, the argument that you and eatthatpie112 are having.
Although please do not take this comment to heart if I have hurt your feelings (I don’t intend to).
I agree with sociopath14, a noob is someone who is unskilled at a video game. But, sociopath, do not allow him/her to get under your skin.
Eatthatpie112 is most likely a minor pestering people in the comments. Nice story though. Very nice indeed…
Shut up like you could write anything you wouldn’t even know punctuation if it kicked you in the head like. I would do to you if I saw you in real life
And who cares about ur bull shit name i can spell it how I want your a fucking try hard and go suck a Chaude
This is the quintessential reality stlye creepypasta for me. Great work earthatpie!
Eatthatpie112 is embarassing. Please stop, for your own good.
Gratz to the author, this interested me greatly. 🙂
This is really cool. 8o
i like it. It works very nicely. Not, like, really creepy, but a frightening prospect.
Nice use of a true story
This is a really frightening concept, even more thinking that there’s roads out here like this.
I dont know about you guys, but I love this.
What?That was a shock. Awesome! 10/10 eatthatpie112 YOU ARE A NOOB
GO READ A FIVE LITTLE DUCKS BABY! OWNED
Excellent little story. One that would have been great as a tailorable “this happened to me, in the town I come from” story to tell around a campfire. You know, before people could Google you wrong! Good even among the best micropastas.
One of these days I hope you learn to forgive.
It’s okay that girls don’t like you.
We can absolutely tell why.
I’m sorry but can the location be edited to Silverdale, Washington. I found a map of it and this story is real , the only issue is the location.
I found the story itself enjoyable, though I feel the execution could be improved upon with a little more story line and a little less repetition.
Nice idea, seems practical.
I legitmently liked this ,its a short and sweet little story. The story seems like it would fit into mind-fuck.
While it doesn’t frighten me now as I sit behind a desk, I can see it freaking me out driving these country roads at night so well done.
this was ok 3/5
Oh my god! This story was great! Ignore if people do hate on it, after all you can learn from this, and from what I saw, I would say you are doing fine.
i liked it. good pasta
I found this more cool and interesting rather than scary, but I liked it nonetheless, great work. btw, Eatthatpie112, you talk about punctuation and misspell at least 3 words.
Eatthatpie112, why should you go on talking like that? I bet you haven’t even written a creepypasta yet! Go home, and sulk to yourself instead of criticizing things you’re not even capable of! You’re such a jerk thinking you can get away with this.
Hey Eatthatpie112? Go eat rat shit and die. Sorry not sorry for the harsh words, but afterall you insulted us first. So, please, our lives would be 100% easier if you drowned in a pit filled with your own pathetic blood. Have a terrible life, fucktard. And hey, I sound childish, but ain’t anyone teach you the Golden Rule? Fucker.
its a true story its an actual road or based off of an actual road
Very well written
I loved this! Had me wondering about Lester Road all the way to the end. The canyon part was great too, definitely keep writing.
[Eatthatpie112 I feel bad for your English teachers.][/spoiler]
Is this how spoilers work?
hm. who is this eatthatpie112. Great story sir and hope you have more (>.<)