This is the final entry in Stephan D. Harris' Harlequin series. β€œSometimes I wonder; what exactly is a monster? Is it really something to be feared, or is it something to be respected? Is that frightening, hideous thing that stalks your nightmares trying to tell you...

Related: Harlequin No.7 & The Kindness of Strangers β€œI ask him why above he crawls, scratching apart my bedroom walls. And he looks down through white eyes peeping, And says… I’m not crawling, I’m simply creeping.” - Β  Β  Β  Music & lyrics by Billie-Joe Kimble. The job of a mortician is...

β€œYou can only hold a smile for so long, after that it’s just teeth.” Β¬- Chuck Palahniuk By the time I had made my way into town I was just about ready to collapse. Sprinting for your life through cornfields and over long stretches of gravel roads at...

β€œThe world is indeed comic, but the joke is on mankind.” - Β  Β  Β  H.P. Lovecraft My town has gained some notoriety in recent weeks. Maybe you've heard about the strange electrical storm that showed up in Charlottesville, N.C. overnight and then disappeared just as quick, or...