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Freal FEAR INDUSTRIES By travis phillips
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. The Dog Who Sees Spirits "My dog has a nasty habit of scratching the door in the middle of the night. One evening she wouldn't stop scratching the door for any reason. After calling her five... More > times, I threw a pillow towards the door to make her stop. That's when she barked ... from right beside me. She'd been next to me the whole time< Less
REAL FEAR OUTBREAK By travis phillips
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Little Johnny got a fudge pop laced with razors. Susan got an orange pop filled with hydrochloric acid. Billy got Dip N’ Dots dipped in fire ant poison. 97 more to go. A new park... More > everyday; new deaths every night.< Less
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Investigating the Link Between the “Shadow hat man Real Fear Series (1) By travis phillips
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Investigating the Link Between the “Shadow Man” Phenomena and the Terrifying “Hat Man” Visitations written by travis the Real Fear Series If the countless online accounts of... More > paranormal investigators have taught us anything, it’s that there’s no shortage of terrifying supernatural entities to fear. With the internet’s recent obsession with Black Eyed Kids encounters and “Shadow People” visitations, you might not notice another phenomena that’s quickly becoming part of the paranormal pop-culture consciousness: The Hat Man< Less
Freal FEAR Underground:True Stories By travis phillips
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The Terror Underground: 30 Creepy True Stories That Happened Down In Tunnels And Sewers Suddenly I realize, there’s someone there. Right in front of me. Inches from my face.
The Criminal Injustice Industry By Rich Rosen
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The American criminal justice system appears to be creating violent criminals for profit. Inmates are turned loose on society without the job skills or mental health to live productive lives. Those... More > who benefit from bilking the taxpayers are the employees of the system as well as the prison/industrial complex which has revived the concept of slave labor. “Justice for all” has been replaced with “guilty until proved wealthy”. U.S. prisons have become world class human rights violators. We are hiring so many police that the U.S. is in danger of devolving into a police state. America has become a fear society for Blacks, Hispanics, the mentally ill, the poor, whistle blowers and others who are disenfranchised. The main stream media and our elected officials, with rare exceptions, refuse to expose or even discuss the real sources of or the solution to the problem; they are described herein.< Less
The Criminal Injustice Industry By Rich Rosen
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The American criminal justice system appears to be creating violent criminals for profit. Inmates are turned loose on society without the job skills or mental health to live productive lives. Those... More > who benefit from bilking the taxpayers are the employees of the system as well as the prison/industrial complex which has revived the concept of slave labor. “Justice for all” has been replaced with “guilty until proved wealthy”. U.S. prisons have become world class human rights violators. We are hiring so many police that the U.S. is in danger of devolving into a police state. America has become a fear society for Blacks, Hispanics, the mentally ill, the poor, whistle blowers and others who are disenfranchised. The main stream media and our elected officials, with rare exceptions, refuse to expose or even discuss the real sources of or the solution to the problem; they are described herein.< Less
The Real Price of Coal By Magdalena Meg Garczynska
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Photographs and poems presented in that book tribute to the miners and their families. It is kind of reminder as well - of how hard and dangerous was miners life. Black and white life full of fear,... More > tears, hardship, poverty, hard work, worries and danger. How was real price of coal? -Families fear of their husbands/fathers/sons life -Tousands of victims of mining diasters -Ilness caused by coal dust and hard work in the mines -Environmental problems caused by industrialization /urbanization -Unemployment and poverty problems present days Was it worth it? All photographs showing Hetty Shaft (Hopkinstown), but it is tribute to all miners in Wales and probably in the World. Even if all mines in Wales are closed now, there is still plenty of them in other countries. Some families still living in fear, praying to God and asking for safe come back. We should all remember how big price we pay for coal, which on purpose is also called black gold.< Less
The Real Price of Coal By Magdalena Meg Garczynska
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Photographs and poems presented in that book tribute to the miners and their families. It is kind of reminder as well - of how hard and dangerous was miners life. Black and white life full of fear,... More > tears, hardship, poverty, hard work, worries and danger. How was real price of coal? -Families fear of their husbands/fathers/sons life -Tousands of victims of mining diasters -Ilness caused by coal dust and hard work in the mines -Environmental problems caused by industrialization /urbanization -Unemployment and poverty problems present days Was it worth it? All photographs showing Hetty Shaft (Hopkinstown), but it is tribute to all miners in Wales and probably in the World. Even if all mines in Wales are closed now, there is still plenty of them in other countries. Some families still living in fear, praying to God and asking for safe come back. We should all remember how big price we pay for coal, which on purpose is also called black gold.< Less
THIS Little Ghost By travis phillips
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THE first time one looked at Elsbeth, one was not prepossessed. She was thin and brown, her nose turned slightly upward, her toes went in just a perceptible degree, and her hair was perfectly... More > straight. But when one looked longer, one perceived that she was a charming little creature. The straight hair was as fine as silk, and hung in funny little braids down her back; there was not a flaw in her soft brown skin, and her mouth was tender and shapely. But her particular charm lay in a look which she habitually had, of seeming to know curious things -- such as it is not allotted to ordinary persons to know. One felt tempted to say to her: What are these beautiful things< Less

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