The Fog Has Eyes
Average Rating:
8.4

The Fog Has Eyes

Part 1 A man sees his son as a reflection of himself.  Creating his son is a way to validate what kind of man the father is and what he has passed down.  It is ...
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My Grandmother Was Murdered For a Tea Set
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8.4

My Grandmother Was Murdered For a Tea Set

“I want to go to Zelotes.” It was tradition. Ever since my grandmother’s vision got too bad for her to drive, every Sunday I’d take her downtown for whatever shopping she needed to get done ...
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You Can't Trust Everyone
Average Rating:
7.73

You Can’t Trust Everyone

November 6th, 2015 Oh boy. I’m not really sure how to properly start these types of stories, but, I’m going to try to get to the point as fast as possible. See, I’m kind of ...
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An Anthology: Alphabetically Organized
Average Rating:
8.66

An Anthology: Alphabetically Organized

A is for Astronaut Very rarely did something ever come into view of the International Space Station that wasn’t Earth. There was considerable surprise when, hovering just beyond the reach of the station and well ...
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The Lucky One
Average Rating:
5.45

The Lucky One

Any mother who has more than one child will admit-if she’s honest-that she has one child who worries her more than the others. This has nothing to do with love, but rather some children’s propensity ...
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The Wendigo
Average Rating:
7.16

The Wendigo

I’m hungry. I don’t usually wake up hungry. Usually a post-sleep panic grips my stomach and doesn’t let go for two or three hours. Five if I was drinking the night before. Even if it ...
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My Middle School Had Its Own Variation of Bloody Mary, But She Was Real
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8.01

My Middle School Had Its Own Variation of Bloody Mary, But She Was Real

Everyone knows the story of Bloody Mary and everyone knows how to “summon” her: say her name three times in front of a mirror with the lights off. Of course, there are slight variations to ...
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Won't You Share With Me?
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7.02

Won’t You Share With Me?

They told me I was lucky to survive the car crash. As if my life was really worth living in that condition. I was headed home from cheerleading practice that day. I often think back ...
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Headaches
Average Rating:
6

Headaches

It’s a stabbing pain, really. It comes suddenly. Without warning. I don’t know how many doctors I’ve seen. Migraine? Migraine medications didn’t help. Tension headaches? Please. I’m fine most of the time. But then it ...
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She's Waiting in the Reflection
Average Rating:
8.76

She’s Waiting in the Reflection

I wasn't always alone. I used to have friends. Four or five, at least. Good friends, I mean, actual friends, the kind who matter to your life. I'm pretty sure I had four. I don't ...
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Would You Like to Feed the Birds?
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4.59

Would You Like to Feed the Birds?

I had always loved this one cemetery ever since I was a little girl. Not only were the grounds beautiful, but the cemetery itself was absolutely massive. I always imagined it as a fantasy world, ...
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The Lake
Average Rating:
8.02

The Lake

Cryptozoology has always been a minor interest of mine. I say minor because it was something I’d only enjoyed casually: a few internet articles here and there, scrolling through a couple of pages on a ...
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Red Room
Average Rating:
5.42

Red Room

Henry had gone missing in Mexico weeks ago, and Lois kept getting these bizarre letters in the mail. She had assumed the first four envelopes she’d received in the first four days of the month ...
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Never Meet your Number Neighbor
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6.76

Never Meet your Number Neighbor

Has anyone else seen the post yet? The guy messages someone whose phone number is identical to his apart from the last digit, which is either one number up or down. I scrolled past it ...
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The Awful Thing We Did to Eliza
Average Rating:
8.38

The Awful Thing We Did to Eliza

Dad said a man was coming from the city to photograph us tomorrow. I never had a photograph taken of me before. My parents had one taken with James when he was a baby. Eliza ...
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The No-Peeking Game
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6.45

The No-Peeking Game

As a child, I lived in a small town with an even smaller circle of friends. A circle of friends that needed something to do, in a town with nothing. We were the type of ...
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The Bambi Project
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3.62

The Bambi Project

Vanna-Isabella Osborne was only two years old when the tests began. Every day, she'd be awoken at dawn by her crazed parents, before being stripped bare and strapped onto a cool metal table. No matter ...
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My Friend Became Weirdly Popular Overnight
Average Rating:
7.44

My Friend Became Weirdly Popular Overnight

I've done something terrible. Or great. I'm not sure which. This isn't exactly my story. It's the story of a girl named Arianna, a friend at my school. My only friend at school, actually, and ...
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Cinema
Average Rating:
4.97

Cinema

Fleur Breckenridge school is closing this October. It was with heavy hearts that the faculty of our elite establishment announced the permanent closing of our beloved Fleur Breckenridge Academy. Over the last two years, we ...
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Deep
Average Rating:
8.9

Deep

Blake Gardner awoke to an oppressive, physical darkness. It embraced him. As the cold shadows flowed around him, he felt himself falling; slowly but surely. He tried to reach out, to flail and to grasp, ...
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An App Called Forbidden Fruits Gave Me More Than Good Food
Average Rating:
7.92

An App Called Forbidden Fruits Gave Me More Than Good Food

It’s been three days since I last used an app called Forbidden Fruits and I’ve become weak to the point to where I can hardly stand for over five minutes. I’m coughing up blood, and I know ...
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