50 People On ‘The One Story That Gives Me The Chills To This Day’



My mom used to bake bread and sell it at farmer’s markets. Since we didn’t have a large kitchen, she would rent space at the elementary school down the road. Baking was done after work on thursday nights, later is better so the bread was fresh the next day. She would bake in the kitchen, and the rest of the school was dark and locked up. One night the phone rang, and assuming it was my dad she picked it up. The person on the other end said. “You called?” She said that she didn’t, and told them they must have the wrong number. “Well i was in the shower when the phone rang, so i *69 when i got out, and the call came from here.” She ended up calling my dad and had him come keep her company, and she wouldn’t bake alone for a while after that.


More From Thought Catalog

  • http://setoshino.wordpress.com Setoshino

    Reblogged this on The World Without Us.

  • http://iswearinitalian.wordpress.com iswearinitalian

    Reblogged this on ISwearInItalian.

  • http://gracedescence.wordpress.com itshergrace

    Reblogged this on gracedescence.

  • Jericho

    Reblogged this on Tales Don't Tell Themselves.

  • http://lovexcess.net/2013/10/09/baby-wednesday/ Baby Wednesday |

    […] book so far. It’s a norm for me to stay up at night reading spooky stories. I fact I have a link pinned on Chrome right now with stories that I’ve been reading since last night. Then […]

  • http://paradelphia.com/paradelphia-radio-surviving-humans-ep-105/ Paradelphia Radio: Surviving Humans, Ep. 105 - Paradelphia Paradelphia

    […] 50 People on “The One Story That Gives Me Chills” […]

  • https://kimberleyslifesite.wordpress.com/2017/10/07/kimmieween-enge-spookverhalen/ Kimmieween: Enge spookverhalen – Kimberley´s life

    […] heb de verhalen hier gevonden, dus mocht je er nog meer willen lezen, de lijst heeft 50 creepy verhalen. Dit zijn dus […]

blog comments powered by Disqus