|This article's content is marked as Mature|
The page Sally Williams contains mature content that may include coarse language, sexual references, and/or graphic violent images which may be disturbing to some. Mature pages are recommended for those who are 18 years of age and older.
If you are 18 years or older or are comfortable with graphic material, you are free to view this page. Otherwise, you should close this page and view another page.
Sally Williams is a protagonist creepypasta character. She is a vengeful aggressive spirit but sometimes she is a mischievous kid.
Play with Me" takes place on a summer in the 60s where a sweet 8-year-old girl named Sally was enjoying her day like any other day. However, she soon found herself plunged into a nightmare when her abusive Uncle Johnny comes to visit. Uncle Johnny raped her multiple times, threatening her not to tell anyone or else. However, she eventually caved in and told her parents something was wrong, but they dismissed it as a nightmare before she could go into any details or tell them what Johnny did. However, Johnny heard her trying to confess and, tricking her parents into thinking he'd take her to the store, drove her to a park and killed her by smashing in the side of her head with a rock after beating her up.
Ever since then, Sally continues to haunt her old house scaring the living daylights out of its older residents and happily playing with its younger ones.
She doesn't kill people and hates seeing innocent people get hurt. All she does is scare people. She didn't even kill her uncle, Johnny was murdered in his jail cell after word got out on what he did to be sent to prison. The only way she even could hurt anyone is if she hurled small objects at them. She always carries her teddy bear Mr.D around. She likes coloring, dolls, Mr. D, girly things like dresses and makeup, anything pink, playing any kind of games, scaring people, watching cartoons, pranking and chocolate milk. She dislikes mentions of her uncle, killing, spiders, other people getting more attention than her, getting in trouble, getting in the way of anyone, the forest at night, dismissive parents and being abandoned. If she sees someone bad (and she knows it) getting hurt then she will find some kind of twisted satisfaction out of it, though she won't participate in it. If it's someone nice or not bad at all, she'll probably look away, cry and/or attempt to help them even when she knows it's futile
Folklore, Religions, and Myths