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This guy must have 5, maybe 600 bodies down there and I've seen 'em! Stuck up on the walls like some psycho version of the Sistine Chapel!
~ Darry Jenner about the Creeper's "House of Pain".

The House of Pain is the name referring to the tortorous domain and home of The Creeper. It is a location featured in the 2001 horror film Jeepers Creepers.


After the Creeper tries to run them off in its 1941 Chevrolet Heavy-Duty Cab Over Engine truck, Darius "Darry" Jenner and his sister Patricia "Trish" Jenner, who both were driving across the state of Florida, witnessed the Creeper tossing what looks to be bodies wrapped in bloodstained sheets, into a large sewer pipe next to an old church.

After the Creeper tries to run them over a second time, Darry suggest Trish to go back to the church and investigate. Upon investigating the pipe, Darry orders Trish to hold his feet. However, Darry sees a swarm of rats, which causes him to slide down while screaming. At the bottom, he finds out a body, who turns out to be a dying young man with a huge stich accross his thorax. He then finds hundreds of dead bodies covering the walls and ceiling.

By the end of the movie, the Creeper now lives within an abandoned factory, so it Is implied that it left the "House of Pain" for the new one somewhere in Florida to call home.


You found its House of Pain!
~ Jezelle Gay Hartman to Darry Jenner about the Creeper's "House of Pain".
Those bodies down there! That's what it likes to call it, its "House of Pain".
~ Jezelle Gay Hartman abou the Creeper's "House of Pain".





  • The scene where the Creeper tosses the bodies into the pipe was inspired by the case of Dennis DePue (1943-1991), a former Michigan property acessor who killed his wife Marilynn and was seen witness near an old church with a bloodstained sheet.
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