Coal Miner

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Horror  |  House: Booksie Classic

This is another original creepypasta I am doing, so please criticize as bad as possible. Sorry about the image, by the way, couldn't find anything but this.

Back in the 1900s, I don't exactly know when, the coal mining industry in West Virginia was booming.  There was a man called Zach Hammle, and he was a very successful coal miner.  Strange things, tough, started to happen.  First was the main problem, he found some gold, and not just a little shaving of it, but an entire nugget of solid gold.  Just as he was about to leave, an explosion shook the mine, and a large chunk of rock hit him in the head.  He was later found by a rescue team, and they took him to the hospital, he made it out alive and well. . . or so everyone thought.

 

Every since world war II, Zach had been paranoid about gas attacks, and one night, his wife, Leanne, found sewing a gas mask onto his face.  The rock that had hit him in the head had dealt a huge hit to his sanity.

 

“Zach, what are you doing?"  Inquired Leanne.

 

“Dangerouse gasses, and this damn mask won't stay on."  Replied the growling voice of Zach.

 

Frightened, Leanne grabbed the heaviest thing she could find, the gold nugget, and was about to hit her husband over the head when she saw he had his pickaxe.

“Put down my gold, Leanne."  Said Zach.

 

Leanne did as she was told.  She was later found by police with her head split open and a note that read “hands of my gold."  Ever since then, coal miner has been seen in pictures and in the woods.  If you ever see him in a picture, your doomed to die.


Submitted: January 02, 2014

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RainbowMouse

Freaky.

Sat, January 11th, 2014 3:31am

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