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Charles Bonnet Syndrome
Average Rating:
9.11

Charles Bonnet Syndrome

I suffer from a condition called Charles Bonnet Syndrome, or Visual Release Hallucinations if you want to get more technical. It’s a condition that’s far more common than you might realize — it’s estimated that as ...
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The Seer of Possibilities
Average Rating:
9.11

The Seer of Possibilities

Sometimes, otherworldly beings find interesting ways to try and contact you. They might use a Ouija Board, or maybe come to you in a dream, or sometimes they speak through another person. They each have their ...
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Psychosis
Average Rating:
9.11

Psychosis

Sunday I’m not sure why I’m writing this down on paper and not on my computer. I guess I’ve just noticed some odd things. It’s not that I don’t trust the computer… I just… need to ...
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My Grandfather's Ouija Board
Average Rating:
9.1

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 ...
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Daughter's Drawings
Average Rating:
9.1

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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The Whistlers: Bill's Account
Average Rating:
9.1

The Whistlers: Bill’s Account

Publisher's Note: This story is the second of a two-part arc told from the perspective of two individuals, Ruth and Bill, via their journal entries. For the best experience, we recommend you read the first half ...
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Heavy Rain
Average Rating:
9.1

Heavy Rain

It was supposed to be such an uneventful day, but overhead the clouds churned and plotted. Rebecca Madison saw and heard the roaring of the wind against her car, but she didn’t care. It was warm ...
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Sniff
Average Rating:
9.1

Sniff

Publisher's Note: This is a companion piece to Slum. I never liked Rustic Gables Skilled Nursing Facility. Years ago, I worked as an EMT for MediTrans Ambulance Service. We did inter-facility transports, mostly dialysis runs and ...
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The Last Man of Faith
Average Rating:
9.1

The Last Man of Faith

It was a long time ago that I heard the tale. I was deep in the desert, with only myself and a man I had hired as a guide. We found a small oasis at the ...
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The Face of Fear
Average Rating:
9.1

The Face of Fear

Twice I saw the face in the window, pressed up against the surface, its icy breath fogging the cold glass. At first it appeared strange to me, the skin beneath its eyes drooping in ripples of ...
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Artificial
Average Rating:
9.1

Artificial

I didn’t stop running. I suppose I could have, if I wanted to, but the thought of what would happen to me if I stood still for any more than a second frightened me to death ...
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The Melancholy of Herbert Solomon
Average Rating:
9.1

The Melancholy of Herbert Solomon

On several occasions my interest in the supernatural has taken me to some of the most prestigious seats of learning in the entire United Kingdom. From the venerable halls of Oxford and Cambridge, to the more ...
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Bedtime
Average Rating:
9.1

Bedtime

  Part One: The Beginning Bedtime is supposed to be a happy event for a tired child; for me it was terrifying. While some children might complain about being put to bed before they have finished ...
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Mr. Widemouth
Average Rating:
9.1

Mr. Widemouth

During my childhood my family was like a drop of water in a vast river, never remaining in one location for long. We settled in Rhode Island when I was eight, and there we remained until ...
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The Gift Of Mercy
Average Rating:
9.1

The Gift Of Mercy

[MESSAGE BEGINS] We made a mistake. That is the simple, undeniable truth of the matter, however painful it might be. The flaw was not in our Observatories, for those machines were as perfect as we could ...
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Things Darker Than Man
Average Rating:
9.09

Things Darker Than Man

It was 3.00 AM on July 17th, 2004 when I found myself outside the site of the seventh murder in four weeks. My partner Jim McAllister and I had been the first responders to this particular ...
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The Big Man of Arden Street
Average Rating:
9.09

The Big Man of Arden Street

I’ve lived in the same house my entire life. I grew up here, and now I’m raising my own family under this roof. Our home is no mansion…far from it. We live in a small-terraced house ...
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Something happened in an Irish border town that was kept out of the history books
Average Rating:
9.09

Something happened in an Irish border town that was kept out of the history books

I’ll start this account by admitting I was a member of the Provisional Irish Republican Army during the early 1970's. I joined as a volunteer in the South Down Brigade in late 1971 and was active ...
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I was a British intelligence officer in Ireland during the 1970s. We unleashed something terrible.
Average Rating:
9.09

I was a British intelligence officer in Ireland during the 1970s. We unleashed something terrible.

From a young age I always knew I would become a soldier. I was born into an upper-class family with a proud military tradition. My grandfather was wounded at the Somme, and my father served under ...
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The Murder That Saved My Life
Average Rating:
9.09

The Murder That Saved My Life

I was done. This time I meant it. There were several times in my life where I found myself considering it, contemplating taking my trip to the other side. The last time I had called the ...
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