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Toys in the Attic
Average Rating:
8.43

Toys in the Attic

Christmas has always been a hard time for me. Childhood memories of bickering relatives, drunken tirades, and hostile dinner conversations made me wince at the mere mention of the holiday. In the Christmas of 1989, I ...
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Acts of Vengeance
Average Rating:
9.04

Acts of Vengeance

The bell above the door rang noisily as I entered the bookshop.  My hopes of just browsing through the books without attracting the attention of a well-intentioned but usually annoying clerk were immediately dashed.  I hate ...
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A Cat in the Dark
Average Rating:
8.75

A Cat in the Dark

This is a story about an old Welsh witch. It was All Hallows’ Day, 1 November 1974, when the people of my village awoke to find that my house had burnt down. My parents’ charred bodies ...
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My Neighbor Is Using Power Tools Past 10 PM
Average Rating:
7.35

My Neighbor Is Using Power Tools Past 10 PM

I swear I’m not being that pedantic asshole neighbor. Noise ordinance starts at 10 pm and most people respect it because there are a lot of young kids in the neighborhood. But my neighbor across the ...
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Halloween 64
Average Rating:
7.94

Halloween 64

I had heard rumors of the game’s existence on various gaming sites and messages boards, but I never thought it was actually real. I spent a little over a year trying to track down a copy, ...
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A Summer of Wolves
Average Rating:
4.27

A Summer of Wolves

Part I Six years ago, if you’d asked me about the supernatural, I would have told you that it was a pretty entertaining show I’d seen on TV but none of that was or could be ...
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The Hiker's Lapse
Average Rating:
6.32

The Hiker’s Lapse

Maintaining a steady pace—placing one foot in front of the other, trudging along as he'd done for the past four months—Sam felt the distance growing between himself and the Creek. A crisp breeze came down from ...
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The Girl the Universe Forgot
Average Rating:
9.15

The Girl the Universe Forgot

The Mandela Effect. That phrase never meant anything to me. Spooky, I guess, but it wasn’t something I thought about for more than five minutes. I mean, honestly, until college, I didn’t even know what it ...
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In Our Town
Average Rating:
8.68

In Our Town

In our town, you prayed for a boy when you first felt that kick in your belly. Mama said she cried the day I came out of her, she was so happy I’d been blessed as ...
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The Trunk
Average Rating:
8.44

The Trunk

Moving day. A chance to start fresh in a new place. New opportunities, new community, new home. Home. Not just a house. To Eric Sherman, this was a place he could finally call home. No ex-wives ...
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Something is Coming to Get Me
Average Rating:
5.22

Something is Coming to Get Me

It all started after I had that damned panic attack. I am a calm person by nature, always have been. Small stuff never bothered me, even while driving. And I certainly had never been so negatively ...
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Eastgate
Average Rating:
8.97

Eastgate

Nobody believes in vampires.  They’re just myths. Old folktales that have been bastardized by cinema, pulp horror and cheap romance.  Done to death until they’re nothing but a cliché.  Only children are afraid of them, which ...
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The Rag and Bone Man
Average Rating:
7.28

The Rag and Bone Man

News came to London in the year 1820 of a series of brutal murders which had been committed throughout the neighboring counties. Reports that a monstrous man – broad, roughly six-foot-seven in height - had been ...
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Hospitality
Average Rating:
8.24

Hospitality

I. The snow had stopped about an hour ago, but god damn, it was still a treacherous road.  Mark turned up the radio, half to keep himself awake, and half to try to hear the music ...
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The Grinning Man
Average Rating:
8.88

The Grinning Man

I have worked as a paranormal investigator for close to thirty years. I always had believed there was more to our world than what most think. Like the submerged section of an iceberg, there is something ...
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A Big Responsibility
Average Rating:
8.2

A Big Responsibility

The little girl stood outside the door. She stared at it, fidgeting with the frills of her dress. She could always wait until tomorrow... No. She had to ask now. She wanted it and she knew ...
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The Rise and Fall
Average Rating:
6.7

The Rise and Fall

I hate birds. I've hated birds ever since I was forced to go to my grandmother Vera's home, who lived isolated in her inherited Victorian mansion. She let most of her estate fall away to ivy ...
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Campfire
Average Rating:
8.96

Campfire

The drive out took a few hours. As I pulled off the main highway and onto the branching road, I was struck with the sense that I was going to be very alone out here. I'm ...
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The Parker Express
Average Rating:
7.98

The Parker Express

Part 1 This is your captain speaking. I've just turned on the seat belt sign. We're expecting a fair amount of turbulence coming up, so we ask that you please remain seated until the sign is ...
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Daughter's Drawings
Average Rating:
9.11

Daughter’s Drawings

Part 1: A Diner Called Daisy’s This whole thing started on a road trip around four years ago. We left to go from Northern California to the East Coast, traveling through the Midwest. It was me, ...
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Plot Holes
Average Rating:
8.22

Plot Holes

The day I found my first hole was the day my best friend came back from the dead. We were in high school and stupid. Jake was his name and we liked to go out to ...
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