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"The Hibakusha" (Creepypasta)

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Here we have a particularly solemn creepypasta about Hiroshima, and what happened after the smoke settled.
Story By: Iskander Khan
Story Link: bit.ly/2jZrCcI
Thumbnail: TwistedUtopia
Music: Co.Ag Music
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Sep 2, 2019

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Mike Smale
Mike Smale 3 months ago
Some critiques on the story itself. First the historical errors: General Thomas F. Ferrell and three scientists entered Hiroshima on 8 September, 1945 with orders to observe what they had seen and return to occupied Tokyo the very next day. The first large group of US troops entered Nagasaki first (around 23 Sept.) and in Hiroshima two weeks later. The timeline here is off by over a year and does not fit into the reality of the events. Second, the black rain only occurred under the mushroom cloud itself as it was high enough to gather vapour and was filled with debris and ash that resulted in the black rains. It would have been a relatively short occurrence that the US occupation would only have known about through survivor testimonies. Third, and this one just peeves me a little: the centre of an air burst explosion, especially a nuclear explosion, is always a hypocentre, not an epicentre.
ᔕIᔕᑌ GIᖇᒪ
ᔕIᔕᑌ GIᖇᒪ 4 months ago
I joined the Navy whilst my Grandfather was alive. He, "Kahli" Pikka, is my hero, honourably serving in the Pacific throughout WWII. He was desperately trying to get me to not enlist as the US was on the verge of another war & never wanted me to see/do the things he had to. I pray he is at peace. Thank you for Narrating such a poignant and emotional story. I'm crying, but I needed to say, "Thanks, Luv". 🇺🇸⚓🌊
C. Rexus Gothopotamus
Bravo, my friend, bravo! You are, without a doubt, the greatest narrator on youtube-bar none!
Sam Riding
Sam Riding 8 months ago
Agreed
Troy Simon
Troy Simon 8 months ago
For a weapon to truly be, a.. "perfect" weapon, it would, have to be an unimaginably horriffic weapon. A weapon, which inspired such fear.. inflicted such pain & destruction, that the mere thought of using such a weapon, would be enough, to END Wars, "before" they had begun. So as to make the notion of war become so abhorrent, that society would re-double it's efforts in preventing the conditions & circumstances, from which, the spectre of war rises. Poverty, famine, & plague...yknow... to.. "try" and make the world a better place for those living on it. To... promote.. personal freedoms, and. "happiness". Happy people, in general, are not inclined towards violent, destructive behavior. People.. that "have" things, like a safe, happy & healthy family, that is well provided for and a home FOR their families, and the freedom to make choices to themselves & their family. When people "have" MORE of those things... they have MORE to lose..more reasons, to do all in their power, to prevent strife, conflict.. & war, which could.. & likely WOULD, take ALL of those "things" from them. The "fewer" of those things people have... Well, the.. fewer "reasons" they'd have.. NOT, to go to war.
SynapticBoomstick
SynapticBoomstick 8 months ago
The bubbling black pool and the "dogs" were probably the most disturbing part.
David Buller
David Buller 8 months ago
😲 dang that was freaky, now I’ll look at dogs differently, great show 👍👋🏻😺
LordOmnissiah
LordOmnissiah 8 months ago
Some Hibakusha came to visit my high school to talk about their experiences. I ended up writing a school newspaper article about them and the atomic bombings afterwards.
Køltira Memeweaver
Køltira Memeweaver 8 months ago
My issei grandmother was a nurse in Shikoku before she immigrated to Hawaii. She's said she had to treat bomb victims that were transported to her hospital.
Marz Riv
Marz Riv 8 months ago
I’ve reheard this story 5x already. It needs to be turned into a movie!!
Sam Riding
Sam Riding 8 months ago
Thank you so much! There's more of my writing over at www.reddit.com/r/samridingwrites Or follow me on Twitter @IskanderKhan2
realelliotth
realelliotth 8 months ago
Buck 50 my Hibakusha
Kenneth Johnson
Kenneth Johnson 8 months ago
At 6:50 in the story there is a big historical mistake....if the grandfather was one of the first to enter Hiroshima after the bombing yet it was Dec 14, 1946, he unfortunately he went over a YEAR after the bombing! The bomb was actually dropped on Aug 6, 1945, and U.S. radiological teams were there in the few months to follow. I think the writer had meant maybe Dec 1945....but even that would be late. Wilfred Burchett was the first western journalist to visit Hiroshima after the bombing, arriving alone by train from Tokyo on Sept 2, 1945.
Abyssal Horror
Abyssal Horror 8 months ago
Brilliant writing, thoroughly disturbing especially with the journal's contents. I give this story a 10/10
Sam Riding
Sam Riding 8 months ago
Thank you so much! There's more of my writing over at www.reddit.com/r/samridingwrites Or follow me on Twitter @IskanderKhan2
Victor F.V
Victor F.V 8 months ago
Just a normal day in the zone blyat.
Satonya B
Satonya B 8 months ago
This sounded like Clint Eastwood was narrating. I really enjoyed this guy's voice.
makeanewchronoplz
makeanewchronoplz 8 months ago
okay I had to entirely delete my original comment after hearing the story just to make a new comment and for that to be my only statement this was not creepy pasta it was a account of the aftermath of the bombings of Hiroshima and we're just hearing Hiroshima not Nagasaki after world war II that's not a creepypasta that's like a historical recounting of events
Josh Hayworth
Josh Hayworth 5 months ago
A fictional account that uses a historical event as a backdrop is still, and should be treated as, fiction. But if you like the historical fiction genre, Ken Follett is a great author and many of his novels are set in the WWII and Cold War era.
Rockspoon
Rockspoon 9 months ago
Sounds like the mutinogenic bomb in Adventure Time.
rutgerhauerfan
rutgerhauerfan 9 months ago
It always angers me when people defend the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki by saying it's "payback for Pearl Harbour". As if a sneak attack on a MILITARY base is in any way comparable to annihilating two cities filled with innocent humans and animals. Fuckin' hell...
joaquin vega
joaquin vega 9 months ago
Am k the only one that notice he sounds like snake from metal gear solid ???
Logan C
Logan C 9 months ago
Thanks spook!
Raven Vargas
Raven Vargas 9 months ago
One of the most disturbing scary unique and sad stories 1 of your best thank you
Rose🌹Red
Rose🌹Red 9 months ago
Liked this one :)
Joshua Kane
Joshua Kane 9 months ago
Great story, had a little giggle when he said horror stories are for kids and dopes cause i am a dope.
Jester Hutchins
Jester Hutchins 9 months ago
Missed the tape player noise at the beginning
Fiona Cahill
Fiona Cahill 9 months ago
Beautifully paced story and reading.
Matt C
Matt C 9 months ago
I’m safe from the teriyaki. I ate it.
Razora
Razora 9 months ago
Where's the VHS noise!
Andrew Scolari
Andrew Scolari 9 months ago
I had a friend in college whose paternal grandfather worked on the Manhattan Project. Since he couldn't tell his wife about the project, my friend's grandmother though he was having an affair and followed him all over New York City trying to catch him in the act.
blacklotus1991
blacklotus1991 9 months ago
Can you narrate more Japanese horror stories? I love your voice
Tomatoknuckles
Tomatoknuckles 9 months ago
This was brilliant. Hopefully we'll have more readings from the journal soon👍
Chell's Real Parents
That one tore me to pieces. :'(
Jordan Sims
Jordan Sims 9 months ago
This was a good one
Friend Or Foe
Friend Or Foe 9 months ago
Jack Holmes? I think that may be my great uncles name who was in the war
Nicholas Sudov
Nicholas Sudov 9 months ago
A very strong story. But "dogs" wearing golden wristwatches and rings... hmmm.... 1) I doubt, imho, that a human can be crippled by radiation to turn into something like a dog moving like a dog 2) the Japanese junta squeezed all juices, all resources from the population in its final madly desperate attempt to turn the tide of war bag. I can't believe that Hiroshima people could wear gold jewelry in 1945.
Nicholas Sudov
Nicholas Sudov 9 months ago
Thanks... I don't know about today, but I read in the early 1970s that those outcast-hibakusha still lived in Japan. Still thousands of them. The more lucky Japanese did not want to communicate with them. That was when I learned the word for the first time. Poor crippled radiation-poisoned people.
Elvira Arriaga
Elvira Arriaga 9 months ago
❤love the way You tell the stories with Your Great Narrating Voice ❤ and reading the people comments! Please post more new Videos
Atlas Lawden
Atlas Lawden 9 months ago
This was not at all what i expected but im definitely not disappointed excellently horrifying.
Sam Riding
Sam Riding 9 months ago
Hiya mate, Really glad you enjoyed the story. But just out of curiosity, what were you expecting? I still find story titles to be a troublesome thing, picking the right one can be tough. So I'd love to hear your feedback on the topic. Thanks a million, Sam Riding
Chris Andresen
Chris Andresen 9 months ago
A 20+ minute king spook upload. Click click click.
Jonah Rivera Luciano
Hibakusha is (in Japan) a survivor of either of the atomic explosions at Hiroshima or Nagasaki in 1945.
Jonah Rivera Luciano
sharon paterson your welcome
sharon paterson
sharon paterson 8 months ago
Simon Luther thank you i was going to google it after reading the comments 😊
John Popa
John Popa 9 months ago
Love your videos my friend hope all is well
Stefan Milicevic
Stefan Milicevic 9 months ago
Ah yes, Nagasaki and Hiroshiman...what an interesting historic event.
Dough-Boy Gaming
Dough-Boy Gaming 9 months ago
Eh
doodleartlover
doodleartlover 9 months ago
More than creepy... just plain scary! 😶✌️👍
tiffany benefield
tiffany benefield 9 months ago
KingSpook, Thank you for a longer video. It was an awesome story. I was neighbors were a man that did a tour in WWII, 1 your in Korea, & 1 your in Vietnam. He would tell me stories of war for hours at a time. He ALWAYS told me to stop asking questions when he would get to a point when the memories for too hard to handle. He was better than any history book or teacher EVER.
Jackie Alpeter
Jackie Alpeter 9 months ago
I don't speak Japanese,but I've seen the word "Hibakusha" before I think it's the word used for A-bomb survivors?
Amber Mote
Amber Mote 9 months ago
Jackie Alpeter yes
Casandraelf
Casandraelf 9 months ago
The 'dogs' could have simply been desperate survivors trying to get help, I just realized
Atlas Lawden
Atlas Lawden 9 months ago
Casandraelf trying to be put out of their misery most likely
Lou Bowen
Lou Bowen 9 months ago
scary
Necropotence666
Necropotence666 9 months ago
I missed you KingSpook!
Paolo Bejar
Paolo Bejar 9 months ago
I don't normally comment, but this one was one of the best stories I've ever heard! Your narration was perfect for this tale! Thank you!
Feathersone
Feathersone 9 months ago
Creepy, we're briefing going over ww2 in school today
Cadillac Deville
Cadillac Deville 9 months ago
The King would upload while I'm sleep. I made this the first story of my day,starting off right.
Atlas Lawden
Atlas Lawden 9 months ago
Cadillac Deville same here
Nina Nightmare
Nina Nightmare 9 months ago
This story was amazing made even better by your fantastic narration! Love your channel and thank you for all of your hard work!
erkheth
erkheth 9 months ago
Touching story, spending eternity side by side. And quite moving for me. Around the end of ww2, it was still compulsory for men to join the army. My father went to cleanup in japan, never saying too much about it. He also loved navy rum. He passed away last june, so this story hit me hard. Thanks, really good. RIP to those veterans ♥️♥️♥️
ᔕIᔕᑌ GIᖇᒪ
ᔕIᔕᑌ GIᖇᒪ 4 months ago
🇺🇸⚓🌊💙
M.J.M Brooks
M.J.M Brooks 9 months ago
erkheth my grandfather was stationed in Japan during WWII as well. He only spoke of one story once about having to help remove bodies from a train crash. But even then he didn’t go into much detail. ❤️
Higura Gainishigi
Higura Gainishigi 9 months ago
Excellent reading, Kingspook. Reminds me of my grandpa and his stories from Vietnam.
7sinz88
7sinz88 9 months ago
Part 2? Further on with the book
Sam Riding
Sam Riding 9 months ago
Sounds like a plan...
Janka Moós
Janka Moós 9 months ago
This was probably one of the most disturbing stories I have ever heard.
ThatchSimon
ThatchSimon 9 months ago
Just thinking about coming across the "shadows" left behind in Hiroshima once I move sends a chill through me. It's just... Unsettling.
Anthony Towner
Anthony Towner 8 months ago
Those shadows are actually still there if you ever visit hiroshima now and days.
David Smith
David Smith 8 months ago
The horrors of war. All wars. I think of the quote attributed to Gen. Robert E. Lee. "It is well that war is so terrible otherwise we would grow too fond of it."
Steven Conroy
Steven Conroy 9 months ago
That was a good spooky 1 liked it a lot
sigma cube
sigma cube 9 months ago
Thanks for the bedtime story, KS, cheered me right up. Insomnia is a b****. And my roommate is having another bout of chronic demonic possession again, so I'm listening to you and this lovely thunderstorm in the garage. It's much more pleasant than listening to the narcoleptic boogeyman yell at the voices in his head all night... I'd rather laugh than cry. It listen to you read me a good story with real life rain sound effects. Hugs to all. ~sigma
Jacee K
Jacee K 9 months ago
Damn..what a profoundly moving story. You've got the perfect voice for narrating KS..especially these amazingly creepy stories.
Premier budz
Premier budz 9 months ago
I hate the people who dislike you guys are probably the reason he gives us only 2/3 videos a month now !
sigma cube
sigma cube 9 months ago
...are you drunk, bro?
8runie
8runie 9 months ago
I hope I'm lucky enough to go in my sleep. Great to see a new upload from ya Spook ;) I hope you're doing well my dude!
Fiona Cahill
Fiona Cahill 9 months ago
Yes I do too. I have seen my grandmother go peacefully and my aunt & uncle also , respectively died in their sleep. I am hoping that my mother , their sister , will pass as peacefully and that it's hereditary.
Solanin
Solanin 9 months ago
Great naration of a great story. Very nice
zonilo1
zonilo1 9 months ago
Turns out that Nukes don't just produce Ghouls....(if anyone's played the Fallout games).
Jen Rich
Jen Rich 9 months ago
Lots of love to you n yours! Thanks for sharinging an enjoyable story
Shane Hunter
Shane Hunter 9 months ago
👍👍 great video mate keep them coming
ダイノサー京
ダイノサー京 9 months ago
Well I just came back from living in Nagasaki so this sounds like the story for me...
Jack Dare
Jack Dare 9 months ago
Damn.. think it hit your feels harder?
Miriam Joyal
Miriam Joyal 9 months ago
So happy when I get a spook notification. ☠️❤️☠️
sigma cube
sigma cube 9 months ago
I second that emotion.
Just Some Bigfoot With Internet Access
I hope I'm safe from the Hibakusha out here in my woods
Foflia Thefosia
Foflia Thefosia 4 months ago
@Aj Hernandez lol youre seeing everyone on all these scary stories ... and you make a comment that someone (else) needs friends...
Ann _m
Ann _m 9 months ago
Omg I see you everywhere.. 😂😂😂
Jack Dare
Jack Dare 9 months ago
@Aj Hernandez Bigfoot doesn't do well with ppl 🤷‍♂️
Aj Hernandez
Aj Hernandez 9 months ago
Boi u need friends I see you on all these scary stories accounts😭
Jack Dare
Jack Dare 9 months ago
@CaptainNuggie Yeah, thanks for the 411.. the title fits much better now :D It's sad that I can picture exactly what you're both talking about! War, naked girl running towards camera & boom.. that's all the description needed for that image to project on my minds movie screen. Really don't know what would scare me more between a nuke & napalm attack. Probably napalm tbh. Ironic considering I love the smell of napalm in the morning. * I know my comment ended in bad taste.. just couldn't help myself.
karma_ thebitxh
karma_ thebitxh 9 months ago
Oh my goodness how could I have missed this im so late 😫😫😫
Jack Dare
Jack Dare 9 months ago
_You're_ late? I'll show you late! lol
mark burress
mark burress 9 months ago
The day this planet was grasped in the claws of Nyarlethotep...just the beginning folks.... On a happier note...I love your narration...this is a very good channel
Laura Henriksen
Laura Henriksen 9 months ago
War stories are truly some of the most harrowing. Deeply unsettling 👍🏻 hope you are well
Laura Henriksen
Laura Henriksen 9 months ago
@Middle Finger Technology well that's just after curling it all. It's not naturally that way it's a tad more boring 😊 thanks 👍🏻
Middle Finger Technology
@Laura Henriksen The way it starts to disintegrate at the back is pretty trippy, kinda cool though.
Laura Henriksen
Laura Henriksen 9 months ago
@Middle Finger Technology welcome to most things on the planet
Middle Finger Technology
Your hair is weird
itsdaprocess
itsdaprocess 9 months ago
Great story. Talk about synchronicity, I was watching a video about the shadows that were left behind of people that were exposed to the nuclear blast... and soon after, your video pops up.
HideousFive
HideousFive 9 months ago
Man this was a good one!
Tomatoknuckles
Tomatoknuckles 9 months ago
@Robin Hood Absolutely love that prob one of the best pastas.
Robin Hood
Robin Hood 9 months ago
My favorite is, The New Fish! If U haven't heard it...run! He has a perfect voice for a delightfully disturbing story! 😉
John Popa
John Popa 9 months ago
Have to agree but I think everyone of his videos are good
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Meh Man
Meh Man 9 months ago
Yay
Brittney Daniel
Brittney Daniel 9 months ago
❤ listening to you....
s
s 9 months ago
i'm early
Sugarycobra09
Sugarycobra09 9 months ago
Love your videos
Elza Puffett
Elza Puffett 9 months ago
Hello kingspook
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