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Insex

A Creepy Tale by Courteney Dark The first cockroach appeared on Monday, on my kitchen floor. By Wednesday, they had infiltrated the entire apartment. I would discover one establishing communications in the shadow of a dinner plate or setting up … Continue reading

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I Know What You Want

A Twisted Tale by T.L. Krawec I never liked Hammond. As I enter the pub I spot him at a quiet table near the back, wiping it with a handkerchief. He still looks youthful. Apart from his conservative haircut I … Continue reading

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Where the Bones Lie

A Dark Tale by John Bryant Where do the bones lie? Not in the castle, immutable as sin. That’s where the Baron dwells, where the bats spill forth, where the howls of chained monstrosities splinter the night. Nor on the … Continue reading

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Alone

A Terrifying Tale by Raven Black. What terrified him most was that no one looked. No one saw him and as each person went by, oblivious to his presence, his terror rose. He turned around, his hands held out in … Continue reading

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The Language of Flowers

A Southern Gothic Tale by Liùsaidh Draw the flesh off of the frame, earth and worm both have a claim. — ‘O Death,’ trad. Appalachian Folksong  July 1873 Emily Rile picked her way along behind the hearse, hollow inside. She … Continue reading

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