The Origin of Laughing Jack


It’s Christmas Eve in snowy 1800’s London, England, and in a small house at the edge of town, there lived a lonely, 7-year-old boy named Isaac. Isaac was a sad child with not a friend to his name. While most children were spending time with their families and eagerly looking forward to opening the presents that were placed with care beneath a beautifully decorated Christmas tree, little Isaac spent this most holy of nights alone, in his cold, dusty attic room. Isaac’s parents were very poor, his mother was a strict crow of a woman who stayed at home and schooled Isaac. His father worked long hours down at the London harbour to support his family, although a large portion of his earnings went toward purchasing and consuming copious amounts of alcohol at the end of his shift. Sometimes, he would come home drunk, after being thrown out of every bar in London, and shout at his beloved wife, Isaac’s mother.

Occasionally, it would escalate to violence and he would beat her savagely, then when he was done, he’d force himself upon her in a drunken, sexual rage. As it so happens, this particular night was one of those occasions. Isaac just remained quiet, quivering beneath his soiled bed sheets until the screams and loud bangs subsided. Once poor frightened Isaac was finally able to fall asleep, he’d dream of what it would be like to have a friend to play with, so maybe he could laugh and be happy like the other children of London. Luckily for little Isaac, this Christmas Eve marked a big change, when his abysmal loneliness caught the attention of a guardian angel, who then crafted a very special gift for the sad little London boy.

As the sun rose on that Christmas morning, Isaac opened his eyes to find a strange wooden box sitting at the foot of his bed. With eyes widened in awe, he stared at the colorful, hand crafted box, wondering who had left it. He was not used to receiving gifts, especially toys. What little toys Isaac did have were ones he’d found abandoned in the street or washed up in the gutters. Isaac scooted up to the foot of his bed in front of the mysterious box and picked it up with both hands. The box was beautifully painted in colorful styles, with carvings of happy clown faces on the side. There was a tag on the box that simply read “For Isaac.” On the top of the box was an engraved text.

Isaac squinted his eyes as he sounded out the words, “L-laugh-ing-J-Jack-in-a-b-box…” he paused, “…Laughing Jack-in-a-box?” Isaac had heard of a Jack-in-a-box, but never a Laughing Jack-in-a-box. His mind spun with curiosity as he grasped the box’s metal crank. Isaac tuned the crank and the song Pop Goes The Weasel chimed in rhythm with the crank’s gyrations. As the song came to its climax, Isaac sang along with the final verse, “Pop goes the weasel,” but nothing happened. Isaac let out a sigh, “It’s broken…” He placed the box back down on the edge of the bed, and shuffled across his small dusty room to his dresser where he changed out of his soiled sleepwear and into his usual tattered clothes.

Suddenly, Isaac heard a loud rattling noise coming from the bed behind him. He spun around to witness the wooden box violently shaking. Then, without warning, the top of the box swung open and a parade of colorful smoke and confetti bellowed out. Isaac rubbed his eyes in disbelief of what he was seeing. As the smoke cleared, there stood a tall, thin, multicolored clown man, with bright red hair, a swirly, rainbow colored cone nose, and feathery shoulders that sat atop his raggedy and colorful clown outfit.

The Technicolor clown spread his arms and excitedly announced, “COME ONE, COME ALL! WHETHER BIG OR SMALL! TO SEE THE BEST CLOWN OF THEM ALL!! The one, the only, LAUGHING JACK-IN-A-BOX!!!”

Isaac’s eyes lit up, “W-Who are you?” he asked.

The colorful carnie stepped down off the bed and with a happy grin said, “I’m glad you asked! I am Laughing Jack, your new friend FOR LIFE! I’m magical, I never get tired of playing, I’m a wiz at the accordion, and I adapt and develop with your own changing personality… In other words, whatever you like, I like!”

Isaac looked up at the mysterious clown man, “W-we’re friends?” he stuttered.

Jack looked at the boy while cocking an eyebrow, “FRIENDS? We’re BEST friends! I was specially created to be YOUR not-so-imaginary friend, Isaac.”

Isaac’s jaw dropped, “You know my name?”

Jack let out a whimsical laugh, “Of course I know your name! I know everything about you! So, now that the introductions are out of the way… How would you like to play a game of I Spy?”

Isaac grinned from ear to ear, “REALLY? We can play games? I’d LOVE to! I-… Oh…”

He paused, “I-I cant… I have to go downstairs to see mother for homeschooling and chores…” his smile faded into a look disappointment.

Jack placed his hand on Isaac’s shoulder and with a warm smile said, “It’s okay! I’ll be waiting right here for you when you get back.” Isaac’s smile returned as he looked up at his new friend. Just then, he heard his mother’s shrill voice calling him from downstairs.

“Well I gotta go! I’ll see you after I’m done, okay Jack?” He said as he headed toward the door.

Jack smiled, “Absolutely kido! Oh, and Isaac!”

Isaac looked back at Jack, who gave him a wink and said, “You should wear that smile more often. It suits you.”

Isaac grinned happily as he turned and walked out the door.

All day Isaac told his mother about the amazing colorful clown man who came out of a magical box that appeared on the foot of his bed. His mother, however, did not believe a word of it. Finally, he persuaded his mother to follow him up to his room so she could behold Laughing Jack for herself. They walked up the stairs and Isaac swung open the door to his room.

“See mother? He’s right he-…” Isaac paused as he scanned the room that contained neither magical dancing clown man, nor mysterious wooden box. Isaac’s mother was not amused. She gave Isaac a glare so menacing it made his knees weak and his stomach sick.

“B-but mother… he was-“ SMACK! Isaac’s mother delivered onto him a swift, hard smack across his face. His eyes began to tear up, and his lip began to quiver as he could feel himself about to break down.

“YOU STUPID INSOLENT CHILD! How DARE you lie to me about such childish idiocy! Who would want to be friends with a useless worm such as you?! You shall remain in your room for the rest of the evening, and shall receive no dinner… Now what do you say you ungrateful wretch?”

Isaac managed to swallow the knot in his throat in order mutter a reply, “T-thank you m’am.” His mother glared down at him for a moment before leaving the room in disgust.

Isaac kneeled over, burying his face in the side of his bed. Streams of tears ran down his cheeks as he began to weep. “What’s wrong kido?” a voice called out. Isaac looked over to the edge of the bed, where Laughing Jack was now suddenly sitting beside him.

“Wh-where were you?” Isaac murmured.

Jack ran his hand through Isaac’s hair to comfort him as he softly replied, “I was hiding… I can’t let your parents see me… Otherwise they won’t let us play anymore.” Isaac wiped the tears from his eyes.

“Look kido, I’m sorry I had to hide, but I’ll make it up to you! Because tonight we can play games and have tons of fun!” Jack said, smiling.

Isaac looked up at his vibrant pal and silently nodded, as a little smile began to form in the corners of his mouth. That night, Laughing Jack and Isaac played so many fun games. With a wave of his hand, Jack made all of Isaac’s tin solders spring to life and march around the room. Isaac was amazed as he watched his toys move around the room on their own. Then, Laughing Jack and Isaac told each other spooky ghost stories. Isaac asked Jack if he was a ghost, but Jack explained that he was more of a cosmic entity, of sorts. At the end of the night, Jack reached into his pocket and pulled out an assortment of delicious candy. Isaac was in ecstasy when he popped the first colorful treat in his mouth, as it was his first time tasting something so sweet. Isaac had so much fun and laughed so hard that night that things seemed to be finally looking up for little Isaac… At least, until the incident that occurred three months later…

It was pleasantly warm and sunny in London that day, which was a bit of a rarity. So, with the help of a certain not-so-imaginary friend, Isaac was able to finish his chores early and was allowed to go outside and play for a bit. Things started simply enough, the duo were back behind the house playing pirates, when Isaac spotted the neighbors cat sneaking into their garden.

“YEARGH! WE GOT AN ENEMY SPY OFF THE STARBOARD BOW!” Isaac yelled, captivated by fantasy and imagination.

“Yo ho! I’ll gets him Captain Isaac!” Exclaimed first mate Jack, in his best hearty pirate accent. Laughing Jack’s arm stretched out across the garden and snatched the unsuspecting feline, who began to struggle quite vigorously.


Jack’s grip on the cat tightened, and his arms grew and extended like anacondas wrapping themselves around the wily feline as it struggled for dear life. Jack’s arms just kept squeezing the animal, pressing the air out of its lungs. As the once dear house pet’s eyes began to bulge out of their sockets, there came a loud SNAP! Jack quickly released the creature from his grasp as its lifeless furry husk thudded against the ground. There was hush silence as the two observed the cat’s now twisted and mangled corpse. The silence was finally broken by an uproarious laughter… coming from Isaac…

“AHAHAHAHA Wow! I guess cats really DON’T have nine lives! AHAHAHA!” Isaac exclaimed nearly teary eyed from laughter.

Laughing Jack began to chuckle as well, “Heh heh. Yeah… But won’t you get in trouble if your mother finds your neighbor’s cat dead in her garden?” Isaac’s laughter quickly subsided.

“Oh no! You’re right! Um… I’ll just… throw it back into the neighbor’s yard?!” Isaac panicked as he grabbed a nearby shovel and scooped up the broken cat cadaver before lobbing it over the fence back into the neighbors yard. They quickly went back inside and up into Isaac’s room.

About an hour later, it came. The ear piercing squawk of Isaac’s mother shrieking his name from downstairs. Neither Jack nor Isaac said a word as he crept down the stairs alone to face whatever horrible fate was coming to him. Jack could hear much yelling from downstairs but couldn’t make out what was being said. After about thirty minutes, a teary eyed Isaac ascended the stairs back up into the room.

“Well?” Jack asked nervously. Isaac just starred at the ground as he spoke, “I… Tried to tell her it was you who hurt the cat… She didn’t believe me… Said you weren’t real…” Jack frowned, knowing this was all his fault.

Isaac used his sleeve to wipe away his tears, “I’m being sent off to a boarding school… I’m leaving tonight… and you can’t come with me…”

Laughing Jack’s face turned to shock, “What?! I-I can’t come? Where will I go?” Isaac said nothing but pointed over at the beautiful colored box from where his friend had originated.

“Back in there? But I won’t be able to get out until…” Jack paused.

Isaac looked up as his only friend with tears streaming down his face, “Jack… I promise I’ll come back for you as soon as I can!” Jack looked at the box, then back at Isaac.

“And I’ll be right here waiting for you kido.” Jack smiled, as a single tear ran down his cheek. He walked over to the box and, with a puff of smoke, was sucked back in, unable to be free until once again opened.

That night, Isaac was sent off to boarding school. For the first time, Laughing Jack felt what it was like to be lonely. Even when trapped in his box, Jack was able to see the things going on around it, so each day, he waited for his friend to return, and each day the room grew older and dustier. Laughing Jack’s one purpose was to be Isaac’s best friend for life, and now he had to wait day after day, month after month, to reunite with his special friend. Isaac’s parents still lived in the house, but never came to the upstairs room. The only time they made their presence known was when Jack would hear them fighting. Still Jack’s life became one of solitude, loneliness, and disappointment. As years went by, Jack’s once bright vibrant colors began to fade into a monochrome blur of pitch-black void and stark white emptiness. Trapped all alone… eternal and hopeless.

Thirteen years passed until the night Isaac’s father came home particularly drunk, and got into an argument with his wife, as per usual. Things escalated to physical violence once again, however this time, she didn’t get back up. Isaac’s father had beaten his wife to a dead, bloody pulp and was sentenced to hang at the gallows the next day. With both his parents dead, this meant that the now twenty-year-old Isaac inherited the dusty old house he spent the earlier half of his childhood in. Laughing Jack was quite surprised when he heard his old friend’s footsteps walking up the stairs to the attic room for the first time in thirteen years, however it was not the reunion Jack had hoped for.

Isaac looked… different. Not only was he older, but he also seemed to posses this odd grim look on his face. No longer was he the hopeful and curious young boy Jack first met all those years ago. Jack eagerly awaited Isaac’s releasing him from the prison he had waited in for so many years, but still Jack’s box sat there, untouched and unnoticed on a shelf in the corner of the room with all the other dusty, unwanted knick-knacks. Isaac had completely forgotten about his old friend, dismissed as some sort of early childhood fabrication. Surprisingly, this made Laughing Jack feel… nothing. He was hollow, thirteen years of waiting and disappointment left the monochrome clown void of sorrow and self-pity. Jack remained in his box, colorless and without emotion.

The next day, Isaac went off to work at his job as an upholsterer, doing furniture repairs for the good people of London. Jack waited in captivity. Hours later, a drunken Isaac returned home and stumbled up the stairs to his room, but this time he had a friend with him. It was a lady friend Isaac had picked up at the bar earlier that evening. She was beautiful, with flowing blonde hair, sapphire blue eyes, and a smile that could make hearts melt. Laughing Jack’s attention was drawn to Isaac’s guest, “Who is this? A new friend? Why does Isaac need new friends? I thought I was Isaac’s only friend?” Jack thought to himself from within his hellish confinement. Isaac and his lady friend sat down on the bed and chatted about life in London. Isaac made a joke about the weather and they both laughed.

Laughing Jack hissed with envy over Isaac’s new friend. Isaac and the girl looked deeply into each other’s eyes as they leaned in for a kiss, locking lips with a passionate swirling of tongues in one another’s mouth. Jack was perplexed by this strange display of affection, for he had never seen kissing before. As the kissing grew more intense, Isaac ran his hand along the girl’s smooth thigh and up her dress, however his guest just brushed his hand away. Isaac was persistent though, and once again ran his hand along her smooth thigh and up her skirt, this time placing his hand upon her silky undergarments. The woman took great displeasure with Isaac’s sexual advancements and pushed Isaac away before delivering a hard smack across his face. Isaac’s eyes darkened as he glared at the woman, his once drunken passion turned into booze-fueled anger. The woman’s heart sped up as she saw Isaac’s face boil with rage.

“STUPID WHORE!” Isaac yelled as he smashed his fist into the girl’s face.

Laughing Jack’s eyes widened as he witnessed the long streaks of red liquid gushing from the girl’s nose, “What game is this?” he thought, his eyes a virgin to such violent sights. Isaac firmly clutched the girl’s wrist with one hand as he tore her panties off with the other.

The terrified girl tried to fight back, but Isaac was overpowering her. He roughly fondled her breasts, before savagely grabbing her hair and forcing his tongue down the sobbing young woman’s throat, who responded by chomping down as hard as she could on Isaac’s tongue. Jack watched with wide and curious eyes as his old friend released his new playmate and clutched his mouth as it filled with warm, red blood. The frightened girl fell off the bed and dropped down on the floor as she scurried toward the exit. Isaac quickly lurched forward and was able to catch his fleeing plaything by the end of her dress.

Reaching back, he wielded a lead candlestick off the nightstand beside him, and with all of his might bashed in the back of the young woman’s head, which burst open like a ripe watermelon. Thick blood splattered across the room as the girl’s body convulsed on the ground for several seconds, before going completely still. Blood was everywhere, some droplets even managed to get on Laughing Jack’s box, who was very much enjoying the show. For the first time in thirteen long years, a smile began to creep across Laughing Jack’s face, and all of a sudden a chuckle escaped his cold lips, then another, and another, until Jack was cackling and howling with laughter from inside his sealed box.

“What a wonderfully fascinating game!” Jack thought, as he watched the motionless girl’s golden blonde hair flow red with blood.

As the adrenaline began to mellow, Isaac realized he had to dispose of the body. He picked up the girl’s lifeless corpse and plopped it on the bed, he then left the room closing the door behind him and locking it before leaving the house. He returned almost a full day later and re-entered the room brining with him a metal garbage can and his bag of upholstery tools from work. He then cleared everything off the wooden desk on the wall opposite to the door, and then dragged the bed with bloody corpse into the middle of the room. This not only gave Isaac room to work, but it also gave Laughing Jack a front row seat to the whole spectacle. Jack watched with a big, unfading grin as Isaac played his new game with the soiled corpse. Once Isaac was all set up, he got to work.

First, he dumped out the contents of his big black tool bag onto the worktable behind him. An assortment of knives, hammers, pliers, and other tools was now laid out before him. His first pick was curved upholstery knife, which he used to carefully skin the body. That skin was then placed on racks to be stretched and turned into leather. Once that was put in place, Isaac then used a handsaw to saw off the arms, legs, and head, disturbing the home of several families of maggots in the process. After filling the garbage can with bleach and other vile chemicals, he submerged the limbs until the meat was stripped from the bones. Isaac fished the bones out of the soupy corpse juice and placed them on the worktable, then in the cover of night, he brought the trash can outside and dumped the rotten remains into the London sewers to be swept away into the harbour.

For the next three days, Laughing Jack watched with wonderment as the inspired Isaac crafted the once human anatomy into a grotesque armchair abomination. The femur was made into the back legs of the chair, while the tibia, with the feet still attached of course, was made into the front chair legs. A wooden frame was used for the base and backing of the chair, however the rim of the backing was crafted using the spinal column. The arm bones were used as the arms of the chair, and were fastened in place by some ribs.

The now leathery flesh was sewn onto the seat and backing of the chair, and the golden blonde hair was braided into a lining for the base. Atop this armchair from hell sat the skull that once belonged to the girl who had the golden blonde hair, the sapphire eyes, and the smile that could melt hearts. Isaac was quite pleased with his work, and Laughing Jack too was impressed by his old playmate’s profound creativity. After that night, Isaac never touched another drop of alcohol again, for he now possessed a much more macabre thirst.

In the following weeks, Isaac made several improvements to his little workshop of horrors. He removed the mattress from the bed and put a row of thick wooden planks in its place, and then he fastened arm and leg restraints to the bottom and sides. This would mean he would be able to entertain his guests for a longer period without them trying any rude escape attempts. Isaac needed only one, final thing before planning another grotesque party. He worked on it for a week straight, hand carving it out of wood.

After a coat of white paint was applied, Isaac’s creation was complete. It was a wooden mask, resembling something one would wear at a Venetian masquerade ball. It had a furrowed brow and a long, troll-like nose, and would allow him to strike fear in the hearts of his beloved guests. With his new face complete and the room transformed into a bloody murder nest, it was finally time for Isaac Lee Grossman to bring home a new playmate.

That following night, Laughing Jack watched as the masked Isaac Grossman stomped up the stairs, carrying with him a large burlap sack with his newest guest writhing within. He dumped the bag out on his torture bed, and out plopped a bound, gagged, and very frightened young boy, probably only five or six years old. Isaac quickly undid the boy’s bindings and held him down as he restrained his hands and feet to the steel bedframe. Tears streamed endlessly down the boy’s helpless little face, as Isaac laid out his tools on the workbench. Isaac returned wielding a pair of rusty pliers, and wasting no time he slid the bottom jaw of the pliers under the boy’s fingernail on his right index finger and clamped it tightly. The child’s eyes quivered as he began muttering through his gag, begging Isaac to let him go. Isaac smirked as he slowly bent the pliers backward, painfully prying off the first fingernail.

The boy screamed through his gag as he writhed in agony on the wooden boards, his finger beginning to gush with blood. Isaac then moved on to the boy’s middle finger, firmly grasping the nail with the rusty pliers. Once again, he jerked the pliers back, but this time the nail only tore off half way. The boy yelped in pain as his fingers twitched and shot with blood. Clamping the half pried off nail, Isaac gave it another yank. The nail tore off, but not without taking a good deal of skin tissue with it. Even Isaac was a bit rebuffed by this painful sight, unlike the spying Laughing Jack who was cackling with joy at the disturbing action as he watched from within his old dusty box.

Isaac returned to the workbench and swapped the pliers for a large iron hammer. He then made his way to the foot of the torture bed, where with one hand he held down the boy’s left leg. He raised the hammer high above his head as the boy cried and pleaded for mercy through his dirty gag, then with all his might, Isaac slammed the hammer down on to the boy’s bare kneecap, shattering the bone into gravel with a loud CRACK! The child convulsed in pain with shrill screams muffling through the cloth gag tied tightly to his face.

As the child struggled with intense pain, Isaac placed the hammer down on the wooden bed and returned once more to the workbench where he equipped himself with a long sharp knife. Without delay he began carving the words “Useless Worm” into the child’s quivering chest. When he finished the boy was barely conscious. Isaac knelt down and whispered into the boy’s ear, “This is what happens to rotten children who make nasty faces at people…”

The child’s eyes filled with tears one final time as Isaac began to carve the skin off the boy’s face, but to Isaac’s surprise the boy still clung to life. The mutilated child just stared up at Isaac with his big round eyes, which filled Isaac’s black heart with rage and hatred.

“EVEN WITHOUT A FACE YOU’RE STILL AN UGLY LITTLE SHIT!!” Isaac shouted as he picked up the hammer from the foot of the bed and began to bash the poor boy’s skull in.

He smashed it over and over, until it was nothing but a bloody caved in mass of flesh, pouring with thick, red blood and oozing out chunks of brain matter. From across the room, Laughing Jack gleefully observed the grand finale, which had lived up to his expectations quite wonderfully.

Isaac’s next guest was a blind old woman whom he had invited over for some tea. It took her almost five minutes to realize the chair she was sitting on was crafted using human remains, and another 6 minutes to find the stairs, only to topple down them flailing and screaming like a loon. Isaac decided to end the cruel joke there with a simple ice pick through her eye socket.

After that, he brought over a little girl whom he force-fed broken glass before using her stomach as a punching bag. As the weeks went by, more and more unlucky souls met their end in Isaac Grossman’s attic, and as the mad Grossman’s personality became more dark and sadistic, Laughing Jack’s personality followed suit while he rotted within his dusty box… until one very cold December night.

The rusty nails that were holding up the shelf of forgotten knick-knacks finally gave way and the whole thing plummeted to the ground. Isaac heard the loud thud from downstairs, and decided to climb up to the attic to investigate. He walked across the blood stained wood floor of the attic, over toward the fallen shelf. Isaac brushed aside some of the trinkets that broke in the crash, when he finally came across the Jack-in-a-box from his childhood. Isaac barely recognized the old, tattered box as he picked it up and blew off some of the dust. Then, for whatever nostalgic reason, he decided to grasp the box’s rusty clank and begin turning it.

A horribly off key Pop Goes The Weasel clanked from the worn out old box, and as it reached its climax, Isaac sung along with the final verse, “Pop goes the weasel…” The top of the box swung open, but nothing happened, it was empty. Isaac expected as much, and he tossed the old box in the garbage with the other broken knick-knacks. After the mess was cleaned up, he went to open the door to go back downstairs, but it was stuck. Isaac pulled hard but the door wouldn’t budge. Just then he heard the most horrible raspy voice call out from behind him.

“IsSsaAac…” A cold jolt ran down Isaac’s spine and the hairs on the back of his neck stood straight up as he slowly turned around… All the way across the room by the garbage can stood the nightmarish Laughing Jack. He was completely monochrome, his mangled black hair hung down in twisted locks, sharp jagged teeth decorated his twisted grin, and his arms hung down like a ragdoll with his grotesquely long fingers nearly scraping the floor.

Then, with a bone chilling, raspy voice, the fiendish clown spoke, “How nice it is to finally be free!… Did you miss me Isaac?”

Isaac was paralyzed in fear, “b-but I thought you weren’t real… IMAGINARY?!” Isaac stuttered. Jack replied with a long horrifying cackle.

“HAHAHAHA! Oh I’m quite real kiddo… In fact, I’ve been waiting such a long time for this day to finally come… When I can play with my best friend for life… One. Last. Time!” Before Isaac could reply, Jack’s long arms stretched across the room and wrapped around Isaac’s legs.

The twisted clown began pulling him closer, dragging him onto his own wooden torture bed as Isaac’s fingernails scraped along the floor. Ignoring the restraints, Jack swiftly grabbed 4 three-inch long iron nails from the workbench and pressed them straight through of Isaac’s hands and feet, nailing him to the wooden torture bed. Isaac growled in pain as he shouted at his captor, “AAAH! FUCK YOU! GOD DAMN CLOWN NOSED FREAK!!”

Laughing Jack just chuckled, as he forcefully held Isaac’s head in place stating, “If you can’t say something nice, then don’t say anything at all!” Jack reached his long crooked fingers into Isaac’s mouth, firmly grasping his tongue and stretching it out as far as it could go. The clown then reached back and grabbed a long sharp knife from the table and slowly began to slice through the meat of Isaac’s tongue. Once lobbed off, Isaac’s mouth began to overflow with blood. Jack responded by shoving a small cylindrical metal tube trough Isaac’s throat to act as a temporary breathing hole. At this point Isaac was already in great pain, and had his eyes clenched shut to avoid seeing the sickening horrors that were being performed upon his body.

“Come on, it’s no fun if you don’t watch!” Laughing Jack said playfully, but Isaac kept his eyes tightly shut. Laughing Jack sighed, “Suit yourself.” Jack then forcibly held open one of Isaac’s eyes. He reached back with his big arm and took out some long pointy fishing hooks from the workbench. Slowly Jack pushed the sharp end of the hook through the top eyelid straight through the bottom of the eyebrow and out the top, permanently pinning it open. Then, he took out a second hook pushing it through the bottom eyelid and pinning it to the cheek. Jack repeated the process to the other eye, and before long, a series of sharp metal hooks made sure Isaac didn’t miss out on any of the action. Laughing Jack then took the same knife he had used to lob off Isaac’s tongue and began to focus on the removal of Isaac’s lips. Jack carefully sliced two long strips of flesh off of Isaac’s upper and lower mouth, causing his teeth and gums to be completely exposed.

“Hmm… looks like someone hasn’t been flossing regularly…” Laughing Jack cackled under his breath, as he reached back and grabbed the hammer. Isaac attempted to mutter some kind of beg for mercy, however only gurgled moans escaped his throat. Jack raised that hammer into the air and, with a twisted grin, he slammed it down, giving off a loud CRACK as the iron hammer shattered Isaac’s teeth like brittle clay. Jack dropped the hammer and began to howl with laughter as he tore open Isaac’s shirt. Taking the sharpest knife, Jack cut straight down Isaac’s chest all the way down past the stomach. Isaac groaned with sharp stinging pain as the monochrome monster wormed his wretched fingers underneath the skin on Isaac’s chest, peeling it back as he was about to preform his horrible live autopsy.

First, Jack began to pull out Isaac’s intestines in the same manner a magician would pull a series of colorful cloths out of his pocket. Then, after snipping off a small length of intestines, Jack pressed one end against his cold black lips and began blowing air into the foul organ. Once inflated, he twisted it up into the shape of a poodle, and with a loud chuckle exclaimed, “I can do giraffes too!” Isaac remained still in pain and shock, as the clown creature gently placed the macabre balloon animal beside Isaac’s head.

For his next trick, Laughing Jack reached deep into Isaac’s open stomach cavity and yanked out one of his kidneys. Holding it in his hand, Jack turned to his captive friend and shrugged stating that, “kidneys really aren’t my thing…” Tossing the organ aside Laughing Jack noticed that Isaac was beginning to drift into death.

“Feeling tired already? Why, we’re nearly at the grand finale!” Laughing Jack exclaimed as he reached into his sleeve and pulled out a long adrenaline needle. “This ought to perk you RIGHT up!” Jack shouted as he slammed the needle into Isaac’s retina and injected the liquid into his right eye socket. Jack wiggled and twisted the needle further into his old playmate’s eyeball, as Isaac was reeled back into life to the feeling of a sharp needle scraping the back of his eye socket. With a sinister chuckle, Jack yanked the needle out, pulling the eyeball out with it. Isaac’s right eye now hung out of its socket by the eyestalk as it dribbled down the side of his face.

Jack smirked, “Well, now that I have your full attention…” The insidious clown then took his long, crooked index finger and poked a hole in Isaac’s stomach. Jack lowered his head down toward the open chest cavity and stretched his mouth open wide. Within seconds, a torrent of filthy cockroaches started crawling out of the clown’s gullet, spilling onto Isaac’s open chest. Each vile roach crawled and pushed its way into the small opening in Isaac’s stomach, filling it from within full of disgusting writhing bugs. As his stomach became bloated with bugs, the roaches began to scurry up his throat, squeezing their way out of his mouth and nasal cavity.

Isaac was inches from death when his captor kneeled beside him and spoke into his ear, “It’s been a blast kido, but it looks like our time together is about up. No need for tears though, because I plan to spread my friendship to all the lonely kids of the world!” and with that said, Laughing Jack reached into Isaac’s chest and yanked out his still beating heart.

As his life bled out on that cold wooden bed, Isaac’s life flashed before his eyes. He saw his mother, his father, the boarding school, his victims, and the last thought that fluttered through his mind, was of that very special Christmas where he woke up to find the beautifully hand carved wooden box that contained his very first friend…

There are rumors that, when the police finally found Isaac Grossman’s rotten, maggot infested corpse weeks later on Christmas Eve, that even though his face had been bashed and torn to bits… He almost looked… Happy.

Original Author: SnuffBomb

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  • Commented on March 24, 2016 at 2:56 pm

    Eh, I’ve seen better


  • Commented on March 24, 2016 at 11:41 pm

    I love this creepypasta <3

  • Commented on March 25, 2016 at 11:18 pm

    Not sure if I’m supposed to know who Laughing Jack is but this was interesting and well put together. Very gross. Only problem I have is that some of the story progression didn’t flow too well.

  • Commented on March 26, 2016 at 2:07 am

    I’m a huge fan of your Laughing Jack stories and your writing in general. Can you please respond with a way I can contact you for tips with how to make my stories better? (If you don’t mind?)

  • Commented on March 26, 2016 at 12:53 pm

    This story was well written, but there are two things that really stick out to me. That is that adrenaline wasn’t discovered until 1901 and also that women didn’t wear “panties” in those days. Men had pull on breeches of sorts since the dark ages, but women wore corsets and shifts around that time. Some of you reading my comment may think I’m being too harsh, but it really stuck out and kind of ruined it for me. Sorry.

  • Frost Bite
    Commented on March 27, 2016 at 5:45 pm

    Pretty good story, though near the end it relied a bit much on gore to scare/gross out the reader, overall a good story though.

  • Commented on March 28, 2016 at 5:19 pm

    10/10 it got my heart racing just waiting to see Isaac’s demise

  • Commented on March 29, 2016 at 4:23 pm


  • Quin
    Commented on March 30, 2016 at 5:19 am

    This was pretty terrible to be honest. Take a writing class.

  • Commented on March 30, 2016 at 2:45 pm

    really enjoyed reading this story

  • Commented on March 30, 2016 at 3:55 pm

    This is really good. Haven’t read any other Laughing Jack stories, but I still really enjoyed it.

  • PDM
    Commented on April 4, 2016 at 4:49 am

    Merely a gore fest. Also, why is London mentioned so many times?

  • Commented on April 5, 2016 at 12:08 pm

    Oh GOD Yes… I have been waiting for a long time to find a creepypasta like this.. AND I FOUND IT!

  • donovan
    Commented on April 5, 2016 at 5:32 pm

    this is a very good creepypasta and i liked it very much make more like these

  • Commented on April 5, 2016 at 6:40 pm

    i give this a good 10! love it

  • Commented on April 6, 2016 at 2:41 am

    Ahh, Nice and sadistic. Loved it

  • Commented on April 6, 2016 at 4:14 am

    i love this story 10\10

  • Jess
    Commented on April 8, 2016 at 6:46 am

    liked it

  • Commented on April 8, 2016 at 10:46 am

    yeeehhhhh this is some good shit yeeeeeehhhhhhhhh

  • Commented on April 8, 2016 at 1:28 pm

    This is a perfect example of a good creepypasta. It was creepy, seemed realistic, and full of content. This was good. Maybe there needed to be more punctuation, but other than that, it was nice. Keep doing your thing.

  • Commented on April 8, 2016 at 4:58 pm

    I almost threw up, and that’s saying a lot for me, because I have a pretty strong stomach. Beautifully macabre.

  • Commented on April 12, 2016 at 4:48 am

    Fantastic! Keep em coming!

  • Commented on April 12, 2016 at 1:08 pm

    One of the best creepypastas that I have read. It haves me chills, but it was sickeningly great!

  • INsanity
    Commented on April 13, 2016 at 6:38 pm

    great story. 10/10 rating.

  • Commented on April 22, 2016 at 2:08 pm

    im incredibly impressed! this is the first creepypasta that’s gotten my adrenaline going! congrats! 10/10

  • Commented on May 3, 2016 at 9:40 pm

    I love this creepypasta, I never knew what made Laughing Jack’s story before. Well, now I do.

  • Commented on May 3, 2016 at 11:46 pm

    This is really good. I felt bad for both Isaac and LJ. But I also felt bad for Isaac’s victims… I think I learned something here.. Violence makes more violence. And it’s like a cycle that takes away lives (like in this music video “Ungrateful” by Escape the Fate, that’s about violent bullying and domestic abuse)

    It’s sad that Isaac’s parents fought and the dad ended up killing the mom, and ended up in jail when Isaac returned from the school. And it’s sad that he was lonely and LJ was lonely..

    I can see where they’re coming from and can relate to that. But what I didn’t like was what happened to Isaac, when he changed and end up torturing and killing his victims especially the little kids, like how his father or mother abused him.

    Even though I felt bad for both Isaac for being abused and feeling miserable, I know he had it coming. And karma came back at him.

    But it sucks now that LJ changed and became a monster…. And is now after us… O_O Shit….

  • Commented on May 10, 2016 at 4:34 pm

    really good i like it keep it up

  • Commented on May 25, 2016 at 4:24 pm

    I was not sure whether to laugh or cry. I ended up laughing. Honestly, it was nor LJ’s fault he ended up becoming a killer. I blame Isaac’s parents for starting everything and Isaac for making LJ a killer. They all got what they deserved, though. The gore at the end, when LJ killed Isaac, was the best thing since the Saw movies. Keep up with stories like this. Better, turn it into a full-length book!! And do not exclude all the gory details!!

  • Commented on May 26, 2016 at 12:50 am

    Karma’s a Bitch Thanks a lot Isaac, you F**king Idiot!

  • Commented on May 26, 2016 at 11:43 pm

    my favourite Pasta that I have read so far… excellent! Well written and stars a perfect character. 10/10 would recommend 🙂

  • laughingdj
    Commented on May 28, 2016 at 9:44 pm

    this is the best story i’ve read ever!!!! i give it a 19

  • Commented on June 13, 2016 at 6:07 am

    It’s late and I need sleep…. looks like I’m not going to get that sleep XD LOVE IT THOUGH

  • Commented on June 28, 2016 at 2:26 pm

    I really liked reading this story 10/10

  • Commented on July 2, 2016 at 4:20 am

    So what if Puppeteer and Jason found Jack as a baby and adopted him. Then Slender wanted to take Jack because he was human so Jason built the box and when he put Jack in it it turned him into the rainbow clown he was when Issac found him. When Jason found out what he did he went crazy and tried to find more friends by turning kids to dolls and when Puppeteer found out he became depressed and started turning people to puppets

  • Commented on July 6, 2016 at 12:15 am

    it was pretty good but could have been better if it was told on how Isaac got the way he did to be a murderous captive

  • Commented on July 14, 2016 at 10:14 pm

    Love it

  • Commented on July 26, 2016 at 9:02 am

    I like it…its pretty creepy. ( ⚆ _ ⚆ )

  • Commented on July 27, 2016 at 4:51 am

    Very well written. Original. I really liked it till the end. By the end it really only relied on gore and grossing the reader out. That isn’t scary to me and quite frankly I find it to be a cop out.

  • Commented on August 7, 2016 at 3:31 am

    I quite liked it but I’m just that gruesome girl who love things like that

  • Commented on August 13, 2016 at 3:24 am

    Gory, Creepy and awesome

  • RikkiTikkiToby
    Commented on September 7, 2016 at 11:23 pm

    I enjoyed the nod to Eyeless Jack with the “Kidneys aren’t really my thing” line… but come on, man. I think that the set up is great, I think the payoff is excellent, but did you really have to go through all of those brutal torture scenes? A little is fine, but it gets to a point where the violence is so gratuitous you’re not so much scared as you are disgusted.

    To be fair, this pasta far exceeds the original, and adds a potential weakness, but it suffers from the same kind of problem– disgusting levels of violence against minors.

    The idea that Jack learns as he watches is very interesting, and I think it’s a pretty cool idea that he was a product of his environment, and how you foreshadowed Isaac’s sociopathic nature with the death of the cat. However, this does not excuse the literal deus ex machina Jack is to begin with, nor the– once again– ridiculous amount of gore. I literally cannot stress that enough.

    4/10. Nothing personal. I just think that a creepypasta should be creepy by nature, not have to rely on gross out tactics.

  • Commented on October 3, 2016 at 11:43 pm

    I read this after I read Laughing Jack…Not as good as that one but its still good…but ITS PURE CREEPY

  • Commented on November 1, 2016 at 6:35 pm

    awesome dude

  • Commented on November 17, 2016 at 7:24 pm

    I love this story. Great job 10/10

  • Commented on December 7, 2016 at 2:45 pm

    alright this is the best creepypasta ive ever read! 10/10 i will read this again for sure.

  • Commented on December 13, 2016 at 2:07 am

    Very well written, very gory. I had to stop reading when it came to the young boy. I can’t read that much of that. I prefer to read more paranormal activity.
    Overall from what i read it was very good, many people liked it so i congratulate you on that. I’m sorry i wasn’t able to read all of it.

  • Commented on January 10, 2017 at 9:11 pm

    Gosh. That, is, just, WOW! It’s super scary, and kinda sad, but I LOVE IT!

  • Commented on January 16, 2017 at 8:14 pm

    best creepy pasta i red… i admit… quite scary!

  • Commented on February 6, 2017 at 10:39 pm

    Wow, that was intense..
    It was almost too much for me, I felt a bit sick at times while reading, but that only goes to show how good a story it was!
    Very, very descriptive, heavy and gory, but it enthralled me.
    I would also love to know what happened to Isaac in boarding school! Great pasta

  • Commented on February 7, 2017 at 10:11 pm

    I’d give this 10/10, Much better than the other story.

  • QueenOfKittens
    Commented on February 7, 2017 at 10:27 pm

    I didnt know they had dental floss in the 18 hundreds… Good story though 🙂

  • Commented on March 21, 2017 at 9:18 am

    So intense! most extreme pasta I’ve read this far. Very well written. I was SO happy that Isaac got GOT in the end. Killers gonna kill, but don’t kill kids! Even if they make a face at you.. The cockroaches just about made me gag. I could picture every detail in full color… Well, off to bed, I’m sure I’ll have lovely dreams tonight…

  • Commented on March 24, 2017 at 7:13 pm

    I actually commented on this a few days ago when I initially read it. Had to come back and comment again because 3days later, and I’m STILL haunted by this! You know you’re a good writer when you can affect someone like that! 10/10

  • Commented on April 14, 2017 at 4:49 pm

    good bye sanity

  • Commented on May 1, 2017 at 11:36 pm

    This was amazing. I kind of wondered how Laughing Jack came to be. This story has just the right amount of suspense, thrill, and betrayal. This is one of the best creepypastas I’ve read. Good job, author!

  • Commented on May 12, 2017 at 1:11 am

    Wow! Pretty creepy at the end1

  • Commented on June 28, 2017 at 5:46 pm

    Ms.$K: I always constantly look back on this CP, will always be my top favorite!
    Congrats Snuff!

  • Commented on July 5, 2017 at 6:44 am

    Amazing Creepypasta a great story to read in the dark

  • Commented on August 14, 2017 at 8:24 pm

    This is a beautifully written Creepypasta and one of the most original Creepypastas if all time 10/10 would kill Isaac again

  • smr
    Commented on September 25, 2017 at 4:17 pm

    I like it

  • Commented on October 19, 2017 at 2:33 pm

    It may not be as great as the first Laughing Jack story but it still is amazing! I love how LJ starts out as a child-friendly clown but then slowly descends into a living nightmare.

  • Commented on October 19, 2017 at 5:12 pm

    scary liked it but scary, i was cry when the cat died

  • Commented on October 19, 2017 at 5:12 pm

    scary liked it , i was cry when the cat died

  • Commented on October 26, 2017 at 10:38 pm

    I’m sorry I feel very emotional and i really want to give L.J a huge huge hug.
    Apparently he is supposed to be the creepypasta that watches over me so I feel a very close kinship to him

  • Commented on October 27, 2017 at 3:03 pm

    yeah , the ending part was disturbing but I adds up to be a good pasta. Which is what this site needs lol . But to be honest the last part where jack kills issac was very VERY gorey.

    So my final review is a 5/5 rating from me !

  • Commented on October 27, 2017 at 3:13 pm

    For my previous comment , The Spoiler I tried to cover suddenly went away and the grammar sucked as well . So I’ll try again on this one since I can’t find away to delete my previous comment. This pasta is quite disturbing and it actually derseves the a higher rating? Maybe a 5? Other than that it’s well written and the ending was QUITE disturbing. Especially when Jack killed issac So anyways my rating for this pasta is a 5/5. Great pasta , would recommend to people who are new to the creepypasta fandom.

  • voiceofreason
    Commented on October 31, 2017 at 10:15 pm

    A few things, mainly due to how unrealistic this is, there is very little knowledge of England in the past. Firstly, the kid is poor, he shouldn’t be having his own room, going to boarding school or possibly being able to read. The 1800s were NOT a good time for children so at least do some sort of research. In fact, this is very, very innaccurate. e.g, dental floss, boarding school, the fact that London is not near any notable port. The gore is overly heavy, gore does not make a story scary. The gore seems to be used as a way to shock the audience and that’s about it. There’s a bunch of other things but I can’t be asked to talk about this anymore.

  • Vàloria
    Commented on November 1, 2017 at 6:38 pm

    Well hi I’m Vàloria. One of the newest cp’s and me and Laughing Jack are dating. And well I’m gonna tell you what I would’ve done to Isaac. First I would’ve chained him down. Then I would be like hmmm where will I start FIRST. I would start simple. Just by kicking him in crouch then I would carefully stab each one of his fingers through the nail into the wall. Hmm that was just simple next I would have left him in a room locked up for a week. Come back in and slice off his …… . Then I would shove it down his throat and make him eat it. Then I would whip him. And open up his chest with a knife. Brake all his ribs. And carve out the word skull on his heart. Then I would take a mallet and smash his head in and make sure he dies. Next I would cover the whole room for decoration with his insides. yeah sorry got really mad at Isaac X3

  • Commented on November 1, 2017 at 8:57 pm

    I found out about this character yesterday and I thought he was interesting but now I love him even more because of the orgins

  • Commented on November 10, 2017 at 1:23 am

    Excessive gore and not historically accurate or logical accurate.


  • Francis_The_Killer
    Commented on November 20, 2017 at 8:18 pm

    I loved this story. It was awesome. I don’t know why everybody be haten on this.

  • Commented on November 28, 2017 at 3:10 pm

    Another thing is…..Who’s downvoting some of the comments?
    I got -16 on mine…Did I say something bad?
    One comment got a -306 downvotes and another -108… I guess some people can’t respect others opinions? Either that , or they’re just downvoting their own comment , which I doubt that…..

  • sophia
    Commented on November 28, 2017 at 3:28 pm

    if u did not like he story then y did u give it 10/10

  • Save State
    Commented on December 6, 2017 at 6:43 pm

    One of the worst creepypastas out there. This is absolute garbage due to its excessive amount gore, rape and lack of research, it’s so historically inaccurate that it becomes embarrassing. 1) Isaac’s family is poor yet he sleeps in the attic. Well he’s fucking lucky, most families live in a single room. 2) plays in a back yard. Most houses don’t have back gardens, they had a set of stairs and a wall where people piss at.
    3) “looks like someone hasn’t been flossing.” It’s 1800 London. No shit he wasn’t flossing, you would be lucky to brush your teeth. 4) Isaac wouldn’t have gone to boarding school, most children wouldn’t even went to school, they would’ve gone to work. 5) his dad got kicked out of every bar in London. Even back in the Victorian era, it was still fucking massive. I can go on and on but the worst is the gore and rape, that doesn’t automatically make it scary, it makes the story unoriginal and makes the reader uncomfortable instead of scared. Overall, the story is littered with gore, rape and the author cannot do any simple research.

  • Sleepy
    Commented on December 17, 2017 at 8:08 am

    I think I fell asleep reading this. Just couldn’t make me feel anything at all. Gore was too extra and not really scary at all. Also the should have done more research on the timeline before making this. I am going to sleep now since I am really bored after reading this

  • Person
    Commented on December 17, 2017 at 8:22 am

    Laughing Jack killed Issac in the end

  • Commented on December 18, 2017 at 6:41 am

    I don’t understand the reason as to why Issac became a killer in the first place. Did something happen to him in the boarding school? Also why is there so much gore? Horror stories can be really scary without any type of gore being in it. I mean this couldn’t really scared the kids these days seeing as some of them aren’t scared of a magical “guardian” clown! I mean IT at least have a clown that is actually scary and doesn’t just do something random for no good reason. There are other things wrong with this story but I am not going to write it all down seeing it would take forever.

  • Soup
    Commented on December 26, 2017 at 9:29 pm

    0/10, would not wank again.

  • Gorey Eevil
    Commented on January 1, 2018 at 9:59 pm

    I loved it is i weird that I LOVED the gory detail

  • bug
    Commented on January 3, 2018 at 12:29 am

    The excessive amount of gore killed the “creepy” part of this creepypasta.
    if you would’ve changed it as the Isaac opened the box when he first came back home and Jack went bad or something, it would’ve been a lot better.
    Still, good job at writing. I felt a connection with Jack in the beginning and really felt sad for him sitting in that box for so long

  • amber
    Commented on January 13, 2018 at 2:59 am

    i love the back story of laughing jack and i loves how laughing jack makes a joke about eyeless jack (eyeless jack is my fav creepypasta sorry but i still loves it)

  • Commented on January 13, 2018 at 2:01 pm

    I liked it

  • bullshitalert
    Commented on January 22, 2018 at 8:57 pm

    -Make sure that bullshit you come up with is historically accurate
    -Don’t do an origin story for any bullshit/poorly written creepypasta character, for example, jeff the killer, slender, Ticci, Eyeless shithead, ect.
    -Why the fuck is there a harbor in London???
    -If you’re adding distressing subjects, like rape or murder and so on, make sure it is in there for a reason or is explained so it doesn’t just offending the reader.
    -Be original. PLEASE!!! We have so many of the same stories that are so predictable.

  • Stacey's Mum (Got it going on)
    Commented on February 3, 2018 at 4:34 pm

    1800s London wasn’t exactly a place where kids were happy, bruv. Back in the time it was written, it’s been a good while, this story could really do with some research of historical London. Or London at all.

    Grammar’s better than most stories, at least. Yahoo.

  • Obsessed
    Commented on March 15, 2018 at 2:06 am

    Shit…… I’m in love with laughing jack now too…… I fucking love all of the creepypastas now…… (The amount of Gore is amazing.) Great……

  • Darkness2221
    Commented on April 18, 2018 at 1:44 am

    Honestly, it wasn’t that back I actually really liked it. The only part I didn’t understand is why Issac became a killer, but now that I reread it i kind of get it but thanks for this it was a very interesting and goreful story to read. P.S im quite insane so reading things like this isn’t that bad for me. (:<

  • phuccyoo
    Commented on May 11, 2018 at 10:49 am

    There were 5-6 paragraphs in a row of someone torturing a child to death. What the fuck is wrong with this author?!

  • Jeff the killer
    Commented on May 29, 2018 at 10:45 pm

    I think I like jeffs story better than jacks shit thats nasty and long

  • tsm
    Commented on July 3, 2018 at 2:59 pm

    why is this still up here??? it was deleted from the creepypasta wiki but its still here, wtf for god’s sake! if i could review this i would give it a 5/1000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 stars. do not read

  • Ultronium
    Commented on July 10, 2018 at 8:01 am

    This is horrendous and you should be ashamed you even thought about writing this.


  • maria
    Commented on August 18, 2018 at 5:22 pm

    the story wasnt bad it was actually pretty good and all this happened because issac’s personality and behaviour just changed and as he story in the beginning whatever issac likes jack will like it as well so i dont hate the story neither like it i loved it.
    10 outta 10

  • Some-nobody
    Commented on October 3, 2018 at 10:29 pm

    I at least like the concept of LJ not being inherently evil, but instead being warped by humanity.

    I would change attic to cupboard; garden to alleyway, boarding school to workhouse. Instead of a woman he almost rapes and all the gore, make it a friend from the workhouse he kills out of greed, he bashes his head in with Jack’s box for a piece of silver or something. And if you want the dad to have a shi**y job, make him a “pure finder” of “tosher”

  • YaGirlAnna
    Commented on October 13, 2018 at 8:29 pm

    I didn’t really like it that much. The author just didn’t seem to know what to do with it. Yeah, it was cool how Laughing Jack evolved with Isaac’s personality to also become a sadistic murderer (really makes you think) but it was very inaccurate and kinda slow. Dental floss was practically nonexistent in the 1800s, there were no ports in London, and a very poor kid probably wouldn’t have his own room. The gore was excessive and didn’t make the story any scarier. 4/10.

  • Jasmine the killer and bone breaking Ben
    Commented on October 13, 2018 at 8:43 pm

    this is shit it sounds like something my little brother would make up. also the info was totally bullshit and LJ what he was doing to Issac was sooooo not true. cockroaches dont come out the fuckers mouth. and when Issac raped the girl it sounded like something my friend would say. this is SHIIIIIIITTTTTTT!!!!!!!! try to come up with something bettter and LJ stuffs people with candy not fill then up with cockroaches!

  • Commented on February 17, 2019 at 6:51 am

    This is the best creepypasta I’ve ever read. The details were so precisely on point. 10/10

  • Commented on October 9, 2019 at 5:15 pm

    Laughing Jack will always be my favorite with Bloody Painter, just love their stories

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