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Welcome to Screamer Wiki
Documenting since November 11, 2013.
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Welcome to Screamer Wiki

Documenting since November 11, 2013.

1,948 articles     138,845 edits     4,508 files


Welcome to Screamer Wiki. This is the number one place to learn about topics relating to screamers, shock sites, creepypastas and urban legends, hoaxes, malware and malicious scripts, lost media, controversies, true crime, mysteries, social media incidents, and anything in between. Here, you will have access to the Screamer Library, the largest index entirely dedicated to screamers and shock sites. You can find the origin and story behind every screamer ever made, like the famous Scary Maze Game, the K-fee commercials, and a whole lot more. Our library contains 1,948 pages and counting!

Featured Article

The NNN Special Broadcast, referred to as NNN Rinji Hōsō in Japanese, is a well-known screamer, creepypasta, and urban legend that originated from a YouTube video uploaded on August 2, 2007 by a user named DarkYKnighT. With over 2 million views, the video has been reuploaded by multiple other users with varied versions.

The video begins with a 27-second classic "no signal" screen that then fades to black and white, displaying a junkyard image with the text "NNN臨時放送" ("NNN Extraordinary/Special Broadcast"). The screen then shows a scrolling list of names and ages of individuals, followed by an eerie edited image of a child and Jeff the Killer with a high-pitched beep sound effect. The video fades to black, shows the message "明日の犠牲者はこの方々です (These will be the tomorrow victims)," fades to black once more, and then displays the image of the child. The entire video has a duration of 5 minutes and 4 seconds.

"These will be the tomorrow victims"

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How Do I Start?

If you need help getting started, do not worry. There are plenty of helpful articles and guides available on the Help Portal. You can help by creating new articles, adding information to pages, or fixing stubs and cleanup pages. If you're not sure what to edit, you can click Random page under Navigation on the side of the page and help fix information/grammar on any random page. If you want, you can also refer to the Quick Links section at the top to know where to start.

To add a new page, search for the name of the page you want to make in the search bar; if the page does not already exist, there will be a prompt allowing you to create the page. Give the page the same name as the screamer, for example You are now ready to write your page!

You can also help Screamer Wiki by saving already existing screamers, shock sites, and videos to the Internet Archive ( If a screamer or shock site gets deleted, banned, or removed, then it can still be viewed on the Wayback Machine.

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R.I.P Felix Wiesner (Wiesi), 1977-2023, the creator of Castle Cat.
  • Felix Wiesner (Wiesi), The creator of Castle Cat passes away on November 16, 2023. (1977-2023)
  • The Screamer Wiki turns 10 years old!
  • The Screamer Wiki Discord server hits 1,000 members.
  • A lost South Korean screamer Ghost.exe (pictured) was found.
  • The man behind the 1 Bitch 9 Pups was revealed to be Australian zoologist Adam Britton.
  • Trolling organization GNAA created their own version of
  • returns.
  • Encyclopedia Dramatica's Offended page officially gets blocked due to it containing obscene animal abuse content.
  • BlueMaxima retires from working on his program Flashpoint. Flashpoint is still being maintained by others.
  • The location for K-fee auto was found by @georainbolt on Twitter.

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