“Roblox Creepypasta Hyperspooks” officially started on the 4th of November 2015 but an older self-written joke creepypasta is appended to the series due to it’s very similar properties. Roblox Creepypasta Hyperspooks followed a simple formula: I randomly picked a really questionable creepypasta story from the Roblox Creepypasta Wiki (yes, that’s a real thing) and read it out loud, accompanied by crude visual representation of what’s happening.
To be fair: during most of the episodes, I was mildly tipsy, as to better deliver the horror and have a lower laughter resistance. This resulted into what I now (and some viewers might) consider as unnaturally strong reactions to the horribly bad writing.
The series stopped on the 4th of December 2015 with no further episodes planned due to the extremely idiotic responses of some viewers – despite the abysmally bad and unrealistic writing coupled with several disclaimers saying that these stories are entirely fabricated with no semblance of true events, many mentally gifted people took them seriously, producing really dumb ideas in the comments. This lack of the most basic reasoning eventually led me to abandon the series, rather than to have to witness more of it.