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AM 1060
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10

AM 1060

It was a normal, boring night, driving home from my night shift at the factory. Bleary-eyed, and half asleep I drove home, unable to wait for that moment when I would get home, crawl into bed ...
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confessions of a forester
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10

Confessions of a Forester

I work for the US Forest Service. A lot of interesting to fairly abnormal happenings have occurred during my 20+ years of service with FS. Reading the experiences of others on this and other sites about ...
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nells house
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3.92

Nell’s House

Everybody’s got a story. I don’t believe in ghosts but if you ever asked me if I’d been somewhere haunted, this is the story I’d tell. Down the road I lived on as a kid, there ...
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summer nights
Average Rating:
8.24

Summer Nights

Summer nights in the small college town were something straight out of a Pulp magazine: a risqué combination of nostalgia, science fiction and impossible stories. Every year from May to August, the place was left largely ...
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the dantalion sequence
Average Rating:
6.91

The Dantalion Sequence

I could feel the blood trickle from my fingertips on both hands, but I felt no pain. I was aware they were bleeding, but I felt no motivation to take any action to stop it. The ...
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jerry southerland
Average Rating:
8.05

Jerry Southerland

I have sat with the knowledge of that night for ever such a long time now. I have flirted with the idea of telling someone – maybe the police – or confiding in a counselor, but ...
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madhole
Average Rating:
5.94

Madhole

These days being a hazmat guy is fairly routine work.  Despite some of the popular misconceptions, there really isn't a whole lot to it.  I show up to a site, handle business, and let chemistry take ...
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children of light part 5
Average Rating:
8.5

Children of Light (part 5)

Read part one here Read part two here Read part three here Read part four here Sometimes, you have time to introspect in life or death situations. Most of the time, however, your mind blanks and ...
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the dowsing of bolsom ranch
Average Rating:
9.18

The Dowsing of Bolsom Ranch

Water divining did not come as natural to me as it did for my grandfather. He could reveal a well in Death Valley at the peak of summer. My sisters and I were told the gift ...
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isolation
Average Rating:
8.91

Isolation

Day 1 Alright, this is day one of seclusion for me. My therapist recommended that I get away for at least a week to try and get my shit together. He also suggested that I keep ...
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which one was the real thing
Average Rating:
5.88

Which One Was The Real Thing?

I heaved a sigh of relief after closing the hallway door and glanced down at the skittish little furry friend at my feet. My dog, Chip, practically latched himself to my ankles as he followed behind ...
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Most Intriguing Conspiracy Theories of Today - Dare To Believe
Average Rating:
10

Most Intriguing Conspiracy Theories of Today – Dare To Believe

In the era of technologies conspiracy theories spread around the world faster than anybody could have imagined decades ago. Today everybody knows something about the myths of Coronavirus, horrifying plots of the assassination of political figures ...
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children of light part 4
Average Rating:
8.64

Children of Light (part 4)

Read part one here Read part two here Read part three here “I want to stay here.” Salem’s announcement was met with silence from everyone settled around York’s small dining room table. There wasn’t enough room ...
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red ruin
Average Rating:
7.73

Red Ruin

Every other weekend I make it a habit of mine to visit Janine’s Mercantile, an indoor flea market located on the outskirts of the town I have called home my whole life. Summershore, Wyoming. Whoever named ...
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the museum of humanitys final war
Average Rating:
8.26

The Museum of Humanity’s Final War

I’m not going to tell you much about myself. I won’t recount my life story here, if only because it isn’t relevant. Suffice to say, I’m an ordinary guy with a well-paid but uninteresting job, a ...
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into the velvet hallways
Average Rating:
8.02

Into the Velvet Hallways

In 2017, I tasted death for the first time. Naturally speaking, I wasn’t dead, but I wasn’t alive either; I do not know what I was, or where I was. About four years ago I was ...
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children of light part 3
Average Rating:
8.8

Children of Light (part 3)

Read part one here Read part two here He doesn’t know. He doesn’t know. He couldn’t know… Right? I have always thought that, when faced with a killer, I would confront them. I would attempt to ...
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polar night
Average Rating:
8.97

Polar Night

Dear James, I’m sure that this letter comes as something of a surprise. We haven’t spoken in, what, three years? Maybe four? It’s been quite a while, and we didn’t exactly part on the best terms ...
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mrs grey
Average Rating:
7.89

Mrs. Grey

It was nearing Christmas, and everyone in my university was packing up to go home for a few weeks to spend the holidays with their families; I was doing the same. I go to school in ...
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the man who ate ghosts
Average Rating:
8.86

The Man Who Ate Ghosts

The days all started with the briefing room—a wall-to-wall palette of aged pastels and stark, hospital grayness. In the center of our little room, an oval-shaped table dominated the space with every seat filled with a ...
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children of light part 2
Average Rating:
8.71

Children of Light (part two)

Read part one here Cold. It comes on quickly at first, but slowly creeps over your entire body until an agonizingly comfortable numbness spreads over you, and finally you freeze to death. Sometimes, however, it is ...
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