Eleven people took to Reddit to share their worst, creepiest Craigslist encounters. And after reading them, we have a deep-seated fear of technology, which we will now pass along to you. When the time came, she pulled into the driveway, and there were about 4 or 5 other people in the car with her. They all got out and started walking towards the door, and and the woman said they all wanted to see the television.
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Never met up with him, but got an OKC message asking if I could wear a pair of socks for months without washing them and give them back to him. Conversation is going all right and she asks where I am from. I tell her I am from a city near there that has a rougher reputation. She lights up when I say this and asks if I was in a gang and how many fights I got into. I did tell her I got into a fight after leaving a bar a year prior and I never want to do that again even though the fight was super lame. I ended up with a black eye after the tussle, I work in a fairly conservative engineering office, so I did find it funny when I told people I got my black eye in a fight when they asked.
10 Creepiest Craigslist Stories That Actually Happened
Without further adieu, here are the 10 creepiest Craigslist stories that actually happened. This anonymous Craigslist user claimed unexpectedly received a huge batch of meat — and they needed it gone ASAP. It sounded like a nice enough gesture on the surface, but the terms of the deal were more than a little creepy! The user wanted to offload their many coolers full of mystery meat in a Wal-Mart car park at the totally reasonable hour of three a.
Craigslist has become almost synonymous with freaky behaviors, ever since the Craigslist killer struck back in Don't get us wrong, you can find some worthwhile deals on Craigslist if you play it safe, but that doesn't mean that there isn't really weird stuff happening all around the open digital marketplace. Need proof? Just check out these horrifying and hilarious stories that will make you extra careful the next time you answer a Craigslist ad — or post one. A Kansas City family bought a house on Craigslist and were asked to wire the money to pay for it.