Jeremy Winterrowd

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Jeremy R. Winterrowd (born February 25, 1976 (1976-02-25) [age 46]) is a software programmer, game designer, electronics inventor, music producer, DJ, photographer, video editor, paranormal investigator, & world traveler, he was known for many known games and videos in the screamer community, and he himself became a household name among the fans of it as well, he is currently living in San Francisco, CA and originally was born in Ennis, Texas. He currently works as a DJ at San Francisco, like in his early career.

Early life and education

Jeremy was born on February 25th, 1976 in Dallas, Texas, he was born to Debby Winterrowd and Bobby Winterrowd (both have passed away in January 2020) he grew up with his brother: Joey Winterrowd, and his cousin: Bonnie Meeder.[2] it is unknown what elementary and high school he attended to, According to his stats on LinkedIn, he revealed that he was attending to the University of Texas at Arlington.


From 2001 to August 2003, he pursued himself to become a Windows Server Administrator, after which he became a Software consultant in September 2003, then he became a web developer and created the website "Winterrowd Solutions" in 2003. The site tended to be "Publishing online games via social websites and privately owned websites using Adobe Suite Software."[3][4]

DJJeremy (2000 - December 2010)

Jeremy Winterrowd began his career as a DJ on the internet in 2000, when he launched his website at He composed his first song, titled: "Tear the Roof off this House!" Jeremy stated: "I've been doing house music for the last 8-9 years. I moved into the break house around 1995 and love mixing the two. I'm from Dallas, Texas, and I used to play at S.O.A. club and many parties."[5], He had produced 17 songs in total, which he continued until 2010, it also has 2 social medias to supplement the website[6][7][8]

Winterrowd Solutions (2001 - March 2020)

See Also: Reaction videos

in 2001, Jeremy Winterrowd founded the website called: Winterrowd Solutions under the domain: As already mentioned, Firstly, the site used to host Jeremy's resume[9], and during The Maze trend, he decided to host his popular game and start a blog on the website. in 2010, Winterrowd decided to remove his personal blog and only host his screamer creations, later on, the website is now discontinued, Winterrowd founded Bloggits in 2006 as the counterpart to Jeremy's original website, but it was later redirected to the original in November.

Winterrowd also held a contest in that same year called the Winterrowd Prank Contest, where you had to record the reactions of someone and upload them to the website and he would upload them to a channel named prankcontest. The website was getting bigger and bigger every time there was a screamer uploaded, depending on how famous it was and how many reaction videos there ever were. The website was also very controversial, considering that it had many scary games and videos, but overall, it had a very good reputation, and it can be considered the father of all screamers, it was announced on its website in April 2007.[10] Despite being known for contest, he also posted 2 screamers to his channel: Loading Page and Safari.[11]


  1. Original photo of Jeremy Winterrowd Santa Barbara (February 20, 2012)
  4. Winterrowd's LinkedIn profile
  5. a statement on by Jeremy Winterrowd.
  8. Jeremy Winterrowd's DJJeremy website Retrieved: December 21st, 2010
  9. The 2003 archive of
  10. The Announcement of the contest.
  11. Jeremy Winterrowd "prankcontest" 2007

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