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Threes and Sevens
Average Rating:
7.71

Threes and Sevens

Three and seven; the fold was imminent. I looked conspicuously around at the other two player’s faces to see if they were pleased with their hands. Number two gave a slight gaze of confidence in his ...
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Through the Woods
Average Rating:
8.22

Through the Woods

I don't have long left. They're coming for me and it is only a matter of time before they find me. I'm sitting here, in this abandoned shack I found in the woods, using only the ...
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Thump
Average Rating:
5.04

Thump

A businessman drove up to the countryside to stay at a secluded inn and get away from the rat race for a little while. The receptionist gave him the keys to Cabin 10. Before he set ...
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Thump
Average Rating:
6.17

Thump

It’s night time. You’re in bed, trying to get some sleep. The TV is on. You’ve got it on the lowest volume setting so as you don’t wake your parents, the flickering light emitting from it ...
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Thump, Thump... Drag.
Average Rating:
6.93

Thump, Thump… Drag.

A teenage baby-sitter put the kids she was watching to sleep in their beds and went back downstairs. The late night news was on the TV -- the reporter said a psychopath from a local mental ...
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Thump!
Average Rating:
7.88

Thump!

I have no idea whether or not this story will be seen as "creepy" by anyone reading it, but I can honestly say these events will stay with me until I die. Living in England, I ...
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Ticci-Toby
Average Rating:
9.18

Ticci-Toby

The long road home seemed to go on and on. The road continued to stretch in front of the vehicle endlessly. The light that shone through the branches of the tall, green trees danced across the ...
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Tick Tock Goes the Clock
Average Rating:
8.22

Tick Tock Goes the Clock

“Can you send me the outline over email? That would be way easier,” said Jack, already searching for a taxi as he pushed his way out of the City University of New York’s doors. “Sure bud, ...
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Till the Boys Come Home
Average Rating:
8.09

Till the Boys Come Home

Margaret Owen stared out into the distance from her quiet Vermont ranch, taking a break from attending to the oddly large quantity of dishes left in the sink. She never quite considered how the sink managed ...
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Time Heals All Wounds
Average Rating:
7.91

Time Heals All Wounds

It’s that kind of evening. The foggy, humid winter evening. It’s the kind where everyone else curls up in their blankets next to the fireplace, sipping hot chocolate, or gathers around the table, laughing and joking, ...
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Timeout
Average Rating:
8.35

Timeout

This would be the second house tonight. He knew Cory would be angry, sure – the man was always trying to stick to his "rule book," and the first Law of Cory was to avoid same ...
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time departure
Average Rating:
8.94

Times of Departure

Times of Departure By John Clewarth When Ida Renton had first read Public Information Leaflet Number 3, in the month of July 1939, she had had no conception of the events that would befall her later ...
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Tinnitus
Average Rating:
8.02

Tinnitus

The Journal of Dr. Edwin King -------------------------------------- Journal Entry 01 Day: 1 Time: 0700 hours It’s fascinating, really, how far technology has come. It’s been just over a day and I already find myself gazing in ...
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Tips for Writing More Engaging Horror Stories
Average Rating:
3.17

Tips for Writing More Engaging Horror Stories

Few genres do as good a job of engaging their readers as the horror genre does. The fear and anxiety it induces can, oddly enough, have a very alluring effect. We’re simply drawn to what is ...
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Tired Eyes
Average Rating:
8.58

Tired Eyes

I was fifteen when it happened. My sister was five. It started on her fifth birthday, when she received one of those dolls that’s supposed to look like the owner. It was a standard doll, the ...
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TLC
Average Rating:
7.04

TLC

Thomas rose from his modest flower garden and wiped his filthy hands on his jeans. He stood there for a moment, his eyes lingering on the lush blossoms. A sense of accomplishment overcame him. Though the ...
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To Befriend the Diseased
Average Rating:
7.38

To Befriend the Diseased

A silver grey car drove me by, allowing water from the newly formed puddle beside the sidewalk to splash up at me. This left my pants soaking wet and the side of my face splattered with ...
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To Die, To Sleep
Average Rating:
6.57

To Die, To Sleep

Stories are often wrought in the darkness, the immeasurable sea of the unknown. Man becomes irreversibly convinced that here lies his demise, here lies his doom and his defeat. Such is his nature that he rarely ...
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To Dr. Henriksen
Average Rating:
8.03

To Dr. Henriksen

I’m going to have to ask you to take a deep breath. By now, the orderlies have told you that my room is empty and I can only imagine how you reacted to that. The fact ...
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To My Ex-Husband
Average Rating:
7.52

To My Ex-Husband

I can just imagine your face right now as you get this message, that same look where you unconsciously clench your teeth out of stress, making those whining lips of yours to look more perched than ...
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To New Friends
Average Rating:
7.74

To New Friends

I once found a small child's toy sitting in the middle of a road. It was a doll, that of an infant only a few months old. The eyes were open, the lashes pronounced, and the ...
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To The Moon
Average Rating:
8.39

To The Moon

Frank was strapped into his seat; he was one of the lucky ones. The trip was a way out, a way off this planet, out of the country that had abandoned him. Everything from the past ...
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To Whom It May Concern
Average Rating:
8.38

To Whom It May Concern

To whom it may concern, I don't know your name and you do not know mine. That's just as well, because I have tried to speak with you these many times before as you leave for ...
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To Whom It May Concern
Average Rating:
7.37

To Whom It May Concern

To whom it may concern: If you are receiving this letter I must first urge you to not throw it away. This is not an advertisement, this is not a scam. We want no money from ...
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