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“The Cabin” by E.C.

by Eve Jacob on October 30, 2013

This story is from my 8-year-old sister, who really wanted to write a ghost story for this site.  Again, it’s a little over 1,000 words, but frankly I was just impressed that she could write so much! —– A family were packing to drive to their cabin in the southern California mountains for Halloween.  The […]

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“The Worst Birthday Ever” by W.C.

by Eve Jacob on October 29, 2013

This story comes to you from my 10-year-old brother.  It’s longer than 1,000 words, but I decided not to give him a hard time over that because, well, it’s pretty awesome! —– I was running to class because I was late for a test, I guess Friday the thirteenth luck had kicked in. When I […]

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“House of Wolves” by C.L. Raven

October 28, 2013

This spooktacular special is brought to us by the Masters of Mayhem, C.L. Raven!  Follow these delightfully delinquent ladies on Twitter at @clraven1 —– It’s not real. The boat lurched, slipping soundlessly through the water. Fingers brushed Tristan’s face, trailing over his pirate hat. He batted them away, his heart thumping, his eyes aching in […]

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“Samhain” by Alexis Roberts

October 27, 2013

An eerie tale from Alexis Roberts is what you get tonight!  Follow her on Twitter at @Alexiswrote! —– A young woman named Anne sat under the shade of an old oak tree one autumn afternoon, knitting a scarf for the fall. It was peaceful in the country. No cars, no sirens, no screaming children and […]

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“A Garden of Souls” by Alex Alvarado

October 26, 2013

Tonight, get a little unsettled with a spooky story from Alex Alvarado!  You can follow him on Twitter at @alexalvar7!           —– The  Mexican restaurant was only a block away from the clinic. Norma never cared much for Mexican food but loved the margaritas they served and they were a sure-fire way to kill the […]

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“Premonition and Personification” by T.C. McVay

October 25, 2013

The lovely T.C. McVay is here to wrap up this first week of scary stories with her own flavor of crazy!  Follow her on Twitter at @TCMcVay!  —–         Thomas Reynolds, age ten, awoke at twelve a.m. with a dry throat.  He used the upstairs bathroom and then stumbled downstairs to the kitchen. He flipped […]

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“What Happens On Halloween” by Christine Song

October 24, 2013

Tonight, we’ve got a story from Christine Song, my 90-Day Writing Challenge buddy and good Twitter friend! Follow her at @christineysong–she’s fun to stalk!  —– Like everything else the Supreme Team did, it started off as a joke. They were tired of the parties hosted by a rotation of their classmates and were itching for […]

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“Wildflowers” by Sabra Schirm

October 23, 2013

Man, I have weird friends. The good kind of weird. Also the crazy kind of weird. Sabra Schirm here will tell you all about crazy things! Follow her on Twitter at @cue_face_palm!  —– The sound of rending roots in the forest was loud, sudden.  John froze, his hands trembling, as the wild flowers gave a […]

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“Bang! Bang! Bang!” by Cee Martinez

October 22, 2013

Next up is the lovely and twisted Cee Martinez, with a story about how scary doorbells are!  Follow Cee on Twitter at @DazedPuckBunny! —– Whiskey and sex dropped a veil, replacing the membrane coating Alice’s brain and erased common sense notions about using protection during sex, hydrating when drinking a lot of whiskey, and not […]

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“The Counting” by Nat Russo

October 21, 2013

Tonight’s frightening fable is brought to you by the letter A and the number 6.  And readers like you!  But mostly, it’s brought to us by Nat Russo (@NatRusso)!  —– Sandy waited for Monsignor Thomas at the corner cafe, sipping her latte and watching the people as they ate their muffins and drank their coffee. […]

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