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Bagels

Bagels

I'd only been gone for about fifteen minutes, sneaking in a coffee break in the early morning hours. By the time I returned, panic had spread through the office like wildfire. “James, what's going on?” I ...
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My Mother's Death Still Haunts Me

My Mother’s Death Still Haunts Me

August 4th, 1983; my mother is killed in a head-on collision by a drunk driver. The intoxicated individual took a turn onto an off ramp and floored it down the wrong side of the highway. It ...
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The Blood Keeper
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The Blood Keeper

I live in a small, but lively town in Massachusetts. Its local legends have fueled my love affair with the paranormal. It's a subject that fascinates me to this day. Coupled with insomnia, this passion led ...
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The Unopenable Wooden Box
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The Unopenable Wooden Box

It seemed like just an ordinary box. The wood was old and weathered, the fastenings were heavy brass, and the lid was inlaid with an ornate silver symbol. My father willed it to me after the ...
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The Sound of Silence
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7.19

The Sound of Silence

The road had been covered in a dense fog. Denise decided to rent a room for the night, seeing as she had parked near an unfamiliar hotel. She got out of her car, looking around for ...
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It Came From Above
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It Came From Above

He could feel his stomach almost twist as the aircraft started its long ascent into the sky. He was already holding onto his seat, yet now he couldn’t help but tighten his grip even more. How ...
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My Wife Won't Stop Sleep Talking
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8.94

My Wife Won’t Stop Sleep Talking

My wife and I moved into our new apartment just a few months ago. Before this, we lived in a large cottage overlooking a beautiful lake. It was my wife's dream home for the three years ...
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The Book of the Ravenous
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8.47

The Book of the Ravenous

I think calling it an obsession would have been an exaggeration. I’d have preferred the more acceptable term “hobby” to describe my collecting of old cookbooks. Yes, it was a hobby. We all need hobbies, you ...
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A Talking Crow Taught Me to Fly
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A Talking Crow Taught Me to Fly

I used to look out the rusted iron bars of my window and dream about being a bird. The chain that shackled me to my bed was just long enough to reach the windowsill, and so ...
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The Boy in the Window
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7.28

The Boy in the Window

She tried pulling herself back, but however hard she tried, however hard she pushed, she could not stop her feet dragging her towards the open window. She dug her heels into the wooden floor, feeling splinters ...
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I Woke Up During Surgery

I Woke Up During Surgery

“Alright, let’s get this started. Incision time, 9:45,” a manly voice said loudly, jolting me awake. I felt groggy, and my eyes were kept shut by tape covering my eyelids. I tried to call out for ...
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Patient Files
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5.94

Patient Files

This week, I was supposed to digitize all of Dr. Marnen's patient files. I was feeling good about my progress when I saw it. A second filing cabinet, hiding behind the shelves, that I’d never noticed ...
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I Bought a Haunted Piano

I Bought a Haunted Piano

I am a musician. Not a terribly great one, but still, I consider myself a musician. I can play with the best of them, and I know my way around an instrument or two. More importantly, ...
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The Pocket Watch
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8.57

The Pocket Watch

When I was a child there was nothing to eat. I was the eldest of five, so it was my job to make sure that I always let my brothers and sisters eat before me. War ...
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Concerning the Masquerade
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5.73

Concerning the Masquerade

Concerning the Masquerade Sara Stonewood Global News 09/05/18 [Sensitive Content] Halifax, NS So with the Halloween season close at hand, many police departments are bracing for an upswing in crime, particularly reports of pranks and practical ...
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A Peculiar Kind of Madness
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A Peculiar Kind of Madness

I'd always known that my great-grandma was an orphan, but in late October of last year, she decided to tell me the truth about what happened to her family. We were visiting her for her birthday ...
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When Science Found God
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9.07

When Science Found God

I’ve never much cared for religion. I mean, it’s interesting and all; the old parables and philosophic insights from people two millenniums removed from the present. I particularly enjoy the books of the Apocrypha, and the ...
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I Picked the Wrong Profession
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I Picked the Wrong Profession

Jobs come and go. That's part of the beauty of living in America - you can change jobs freely if you aren't happy. It's a luxury not everyone in the world has. For years and years, ...
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A Ouija Board That Grants Wishes

A Ouija Board That Grants Wishes

My grandfather never spent that much time with me, growing up. When I heard the news of his passing, all I could muster was a tone of indifference in the form of empty condolences. My lack ...
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Another Hungry Mouth
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8.34

Another Hungry Mouth

Constance would not tell anyone who the father was. Not when her mother cried nor when her father yelled. Not even when her older sister, Emily, sat on her bed and held her in her arms ...
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The Tall Man of Briarbell, Missouri
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8.41

The Tall Man of Briarbell, Missouri

We had all liked Mr. Winscot. He didn’t mind when we used the sledding hill on his property and he always gave out the best Halloween candy in the neighborhood. So when we heard he’d been ...
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