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The Copy Machine
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5.8

The Copy Machine

You're at work alone, when you suddenly hear the copy machine start up. You walk out to take a look at what's going on and see several copies filling the tray. Picking up one of ...
The Hitchhikers
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7.66

The Hitchhikers

There are stories about a certain kind of hitchhiker - they only ever appear at night on quiet roads, seeming to flicker into existence in the very edge of headlights, never carrying a sign, always ...
Remember to Turn the Lights On
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6.32

Remember to Turn the Lights On

I was six, maybe seven years old when this happened. My family had just gotten back from visiting my aunt's house. My cousins were watching a scary movie in the basement, and even though my ...
The Missed Call
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4.51

The Missed Call

A strange ringtone plays on your cell phone, you reach for it but whoever it was must have hung up, a wrong number maybe. You look at the phone anyway. You've missed a call. You ...
My Girlfriend's Eyes
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7.03

My Girlfriend’s Eyes

It was her eyes that first attracted me to her. I didn't believe in love, but the first time I gazed into her beautiful green eyes I knew she was the one. I loved seeing ...
Hotel California
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4.02

Hotel California

They say that somewhere in western America, some say in Utah, others say on the California coast, there's a small motel on the side of the road. When you go inside, it's decorated in very ...
The Houseboat
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7.67

The Houseboat

In a private terminal at the Port of Boston, there is a houseboat. This houseboat has been anchored there, permanently, for at least 50 years. The eccentric owner has maintained all fees and taxes and ...
The Mail Box
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5.83

The Mail Box

There's a mail box somewhere in the city which can solve your direst problems. Which city? That depends on who you ask. There may even be more than one, who knows? Anyway, this mail box ...
Kuchisake-Onna
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7.77

Kuchisake-Onna

Kuchisake-Onna is the legend of a Japanese woman, mutilated by her jealous samurai husband who murdered her for infidelity scarring her horribly and leaving her repulsive. Her jealous Ghost still haunts places in Japan, usually ...
The Red Wristband
Average Rating:
8.63

The Red Wristband

When you are admitted to a hospital, they place on your wrist a white wristband with your name on it. But there are other different colored wristbands which symbolizes other things. The red wristbands are ...
Turn Off the Light When You Leave
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7.44

Turn Off the Light When You Leave

In Finland, there is an old but still inhabited yellow apartment, situated in a small city near an important railroad. Almost all of the people living there are over 70 years old, and in fact ...
Sokushinbutsu
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7.96

Sokushinbutsu

Scattered throughout Northern Japan are two dozen mummified Japanese monks known as Sokushinbutsu. Followers of Shugendô, an ancient form of Buddhism, the monks died in the ultimate act of self-denial. For three years the priests ...
The Gurgling
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5.48

The Gurgling

I live in a small apartment by myself, on the fifth floor. One night, a while back, I heard strange noises coming from down the hall. They weren't shouts and they weren't banging noises and ...
Just A Meaningless Coincidence
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6.99

Just A Meaningless Coincidence

In 1938, over 6,000 patients were checked into mental hospitals all across America within one week of each other. Reports of similar instances supposedly came from Europe and Asia as well. The circumstances of each ...
Just Be Careful Out There
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7.96

Just Be Careful Out There

Many classic horror icons, such as Geger's Xenomorphs, Silent Hill's Pyramid Head, and other disturbing creatures, share common characteristics. Pale skin, dark, sunken eyes, elongated faces, sharp teeth, and the like. These images inspire horror ...
The Growths
Average Rating:
8.68

The Growths

I'd had them ever since I was a kid. I can remember being incredibly self-conscious about them, hiding them in my pockets under books and bags. The kids at school never said anything to my ...
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