Hey there Tiktakers! Welcome to a new Scary Tuesday. Surfing the creepys pages of the internet
we have found one of the creepypasta that has left us more traumatized so far. A childhood destroyer tale in every sense, we
are talking about the true story of Phineas and Ferb. But before we start, we’d like to introduce
you to our new project, My Life Sucks, in which we’ll draw your most embarrassing anecdotes
and stories, and we’re sure they’ll make you laugh for a while! We’ll leave the link to the channel in the
description box and at the end of this video. And now, let the horror begin… Phineas and Ferb is an original Disney Channel
series created by Dan Povenmire and Jeff “Swampy” Marsh. It was officially released on February 1st,
2008. The series follows the adventures of Phineas
Flynn and his British stepbrother Ferb Fletcher during the summer holidays. Every day, the boys embark on a big new project,
which bothers their sister Candance, who always tries to reveal their mischief to their mother,
Linda Flynn-Fletcher, The brothers have a platypus as a pet, called
Perry, who leads a double life as a spy for the OWCA, the Organization Without a Cool
Acronym, which is in charge of disrupting the plans of Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz, a mad
scientist who wants to end the Earth. This is the story of the series we all know,
but sadly, the true origin goes back many years, to 1993 in a small mining town called
Iultin, in Russia, now a ruined place that has practically disappeared into the snow. In a humble house lived with his family a
girl named Candace Flynn, victim of a childhood full of upheavals. Candance had a younger brother, Phineas, who
was too hyperactive. When they were just babies, their parents
divorced, remaining in the care of their mother, who never paid enough attention to Candance
for all the work her brother required. They moved to the city of Danville in the
United States and her mother remarried the British Lawrence Fletcher. Lawrence had a son with a severe case of mental
retardation, Ferb, who could barely speak. Candace was always excluded, she felt she
didn’t fit into the family, and so she developed a boundless imagination. Every day Candace told her mother “the incredible
feats” her brothers had performed in her absence. But they were so unlikely that she never believed
them. Her mother, already bored of this situation,
decided to take Candance to a specialist, psychiatrist Heinz Doofenshmirtz, who diagnosed
her with severe schizophrenia. He was prescribed a lot of strong medications. As a result of the use of these drugs, Candace’s
situation worsened. The psychiatric drugs intended to calm her
erratic impulses also had side effects: she was reliant on the drugs for everything… Even though she was always on medication,
Candance couldn’t stop imagining her siblings doing thousands of crazy adventures. Seeing that nothing worked, she was recommended
to keep a diary as a therapy, in which she captured each of the adventures of Phineas
and Ferb, explained in great detail. Seeing that the doctor’s recommendations had
no effect, she moved on to using hard drugs to escape from her mind. At 14, Candace Flynn was already addicted
to LSD, which led to an increase in her already distorted appreciation of reality. Early in 2007, Candace Flynn was found dead
in her room, along with a written note on the last page of her diary. Forensics deduced that Candace had died of
an overdose. By the end of the year, Candace’s troubled
mother offered the stories to the scriptwriters of the series and on February 1, 2008 a world
premiere of Candace’s altered world, called “Phineas and Ferb” was released. Do you think it’s true? Everything seems to fit together… But we’re convinced that it’s all a lie, although
it’s very scary, isn’t it?

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