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The Deafening
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The Deafening

Everyone knows that kid in school, the one who spends half the school year at home because their immune system can't handle the massive amount of germs and viruses that tend to accumulate in an elementary ...
Miss Fortune
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Miss Fortune

Part 1 At some point, everyone asks themselves how different their life would be if they had been given a second chance. It could come in any form you like. You could have been one number ...
The Grimes Home
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The Grimes Home

(The following was found in an envelope on a bus bound for Chicago) My name is Jason Grimes and I am writing this so that when the room is eventually opened people will perhaps understand the ...
The Vigil
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The Vigil

"What is sleep but the image of death?" -Ovid, "Amorum" *** Mayet sat in the big chair and looked out the window. The curtains were drawn, so there was nothing to see, but she looked anyway ...
The Scuttler
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The Scuttler

This is the first time I’ve ever shared the story I’m about to tell you. Sometimes, in the still of the night, it runs through my head on a loop – so I feel the time’s ...
Anna
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Anna

He liked to volunteer in the psych ward of his local hospital. His real job was as a stockbroker, but the stresses got to him sometimes and he needed an outlet. In the past he’d turned ...
Stairs
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Stairs

In 1984, there lived an old widowed lady by herself in a two story house who was completely immobile and bound to her wheelchair. Ever since the mysterious death of her husband, she required the aid ...
Mentality
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Mentality

I woke up.  Sheets were stained with sweat, breath was no longer bated, and unconscious solace began to surcease. Depression kills.  Not in a directly physical way, not in a way perceivable by anyone except the ...
A Lack of Empathy
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A Lack of Empathy

I wasn't like other children growing up. I didn't like talking to those smelly things in Kindergarten and I never participated in their silly games. But I had my own games to play and oh! What ...
The crows know something we dont
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The Crows Know Something We Don’t

My grandfather was, for lack of a better term, an ass. Unfortunately, he suffered a lot of symptoms of what I often referred to as "Old Man-itis." On top of the real-life ailments that forced him ...
The suicide engineer
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The Suicide Engineer

NOTE: I am a friend of Andrew Talbot, the man that sent me this recording. I recently received an email from Andrew that contained a recording of his podcast that, to my knowledge, never aired. There ...
the terror in the tunnels
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The Terror in the Tunnels

I have two very unusual keepsakes on one of my many bookshelves. One is an empty glass vial, the contents of which dried up long ago. The other is an unusual metallic nugget. When I have ...
the cat scratching at my door
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The Cat Scratching at my Door

"I never thought a childish prank would save me and my brother's life." It began in late September, my family cat had passed from old age a few weeks prior. I missed her terribly and assumed ...
the land where nothing grows
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The Land Where Nothing Grows

I grew up on a small-town ranch in the Midwest region of the United States, on land that had been passed down in my family for several generations. It can be brutal out there, with hot ...
the hermit
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I Investigate Disturbing Cases: Here Are My Stories – The Hermit

There's a famous quote by Robert Evans, "There are three sides to a story. Yours, mine, and the truth." In my line of work, you come to realize that the truth is rarely an objective perspective ...
wonderland
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Wonderland

Out in The Dives lies a place that does not exist – at least, not all of the time. It is a place with promises of euphoria and hedonistic pleasures, capable of allowing you to live ...
Every Year on My Birthday, I Have to Die
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Every Year on My Birthday, I Have to Die

I died for the first time on the 18th of August, 2006. It wasn't a particularly pleasant death, nor was it one that I expected. It was simply the random act of violence that destroyed my ...
The Rental
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The Rental

I stood still for a moment, awestruck. The pictures didn't do it justice. It was a large but quaint home located on a secluded island near Cape Cod. A small piece of land void of life; ...
My Grandfather's Ouija Board
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My Grandfather’s Ouija Board

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 ...
World's Best School Psychologist
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World’s Best School Psychologist

When I was twelve, I came to the conclusion that everyone in the world, including my own family, was against me. I was never a problem child, but my parents sure treated me like one. For ...

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