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I Kill One Person Per Year, It's My Job
Average Rating:
7.97

I Kill One Person Per Year, It’s My Job

“So, you think your husband is trying to kill you?” “Yes! He is, I know it. I know he took life insurance policies out of me. Well, we did it together, actually…” “But how does that ...
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The Signal-Man
Average Rating:
7.01

The Signal-Man

“Halloa! Below there!” When he heard a voice thus calling to him, he was standing at the door of his box, with a flag in his hand, furled round its short pole. One would have thought, ...
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Systemic
Average Rating:
5.82

Systemic

I just killed myself for breakfast. I sat in my 100+ degree car, reeking of maple syrup and incapable of many coherent thoughts save for that one. It swayed through my mind like a dead leaf, ...
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The Machine
Average Rating:
8.73

The Machine

Griffin and I were both 25. We hadn’t seen each other since college but kept in close contact. I was working at a cybersecurity firm, and I really wasn’t sure what he had been doing. He ...
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I Raised the Devil's Daughter
Average Rating:
7.73

I Raised the Devil’s Daughter

You know those stories where a woman walks into the bar, meets a stunning man and gets pregnant, then finds out she’s bearing the offspring of Lucifer? Well, this is not one of those. My mother had ...
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Aberration
Average Rating:
6.21

Aberration

I like to go urban spelunking, "ruin diving" my friends call it. We find a place out in the middle of the nowhere that people have forgotten and we break in to see what treasures they ...
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A Very Lonely Road
Average Rating:
8.11

A Very Lonely Road

The sound of the car engine coughing and sputtering made my heart sink and my stomach knot. I always had a bad feeling about driving something that was twenty-three years of age. Even though it only ...
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Why Do People Keep Staring at My Face?
Average Rating:
7.55

Why Do People Keep Staring at My Face?

"What the hell is her problem?" I thought to myself as I sat in my cubicle. Angela, one of my co-workers, was staring at me. More accurately, she was gawping at me. At my face. I ...
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The Harvard Wormhole Experiment
Average Rating:
8.7

The Harvard Wormhole Experiment

They gave me a million bucks to keep my trap shut, and I did, for fifteen years. But last night I was making the rounds, and I saw the professor again. I had a heart attack ...
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Where the Birches Lean
Average Rating:
8.66

Where the Birches Lean

It was the last week of school before Christmas break. That meant that the students and teachers of Ridgecrest Christian Preparatory Academy had little intention of actually working. Most classes had become a social hour but ...
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The Artist
Average Rating:
8.71

The Artist

There’s this painting my wife loves, called “Death and Life”, by Klimt. I don’t know what she finds so fascinating about it. I made all the right noises when she showed me her beloved framed print when ...
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Cold Wind, Cold Earth
Average Rating:
7.1

Cold Wind, Cold Earth

"With little evidence towards his innocence, he is to be hanged the Monday from next on charges of military treachery and murder...as for the state and whereabouts of Private Oswald Arthur Crane, they are still unknown.” ...
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Father Cooke: Cat's in the Cradle
Average Rating:
8.77

Father Cooke: Cat’s in the Cradle

Publisher's Note: This story is a prequel and takes place before all of the previously released Father Cooke and Magister Alexander stories, which you can find here. The author invites you to read the other tales ...
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The Serial Killer Showdown
Average Rating:
8.88

The Serial Killer Showdown

Round 1 I received an envelope in the mail recently. I thought it was a bit odd since I had just moved in to my new home, but it was sent to “current resident.” Technically that ...
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Crash Hand
Average Rating:
8.18

Crash Hand

There wasn't much about 2015 that didn't completely suck. My marriage was falling to pieces. My spouse had grown cold and indifferent. Our son hadn't been diagnosed with autism yet. He was still a toddler. But, ...
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The Observer
Average Rating:
5.14

The Observer

It was on the wall, right in front of me, over my bed, hung like a painting. It had one limp hand draped, with bony, serpentine fingers, just above the clock, and its skeletal body cast ...
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The Glendale Horror
Average Rating:
7.28

The Glendale Horror

At first, the drinking days were fast, fun and filled with hilarity. Booze & pot were cheap and so were musical performances at venues and other places. Parties were easy to find too. Crashers were even ...
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A Beginner’s Guide to Blood Portals
Average Rating:
8.5

A Beginner’s Guide to Blood Portals

A few days ago I got a text message from an unknown number reading “I got your proof.” I stared at the words for a bit, thinking it was a wrong number. Then I remembered the ...
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I Drive for Cerber
Average Rating:
9.08

I Drive for Cerber

My name is Jim. I’ve been in and out of construction contracts for the last seventeen years. Between those contracts, I do what I can to make a few extra bucks, since you never really know ...
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Daddy's Girl
Average Rating:
8.54

Daddy’s Girl

After Momma got sick, Daddy didn’t act the same. He’d go off into their room and not come out for days. I was just thirteen at that time, but Daddy said I was big and needed ...
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I Was Hired to Murder Myself
Average Rating:
8.07

I Was Hired to Murder Myself

I have always enjoyed killing; and I blame it on my farm childhood. Calling it a farm is a big stretch. I grew up in a shack on a rural area, having only my father and ...
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