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The terror of Scarlet By Mr Tenacious
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Lola almost lost her life one day, but thanks to a living doll living in her attic, her life was spared. Unfortunately, the doll now has Lola in her grasps, and her feet are helpless to whatever... More > 'fun' Scarlet wishes to have with them!< Less
Harlan County Haunts By Darla Jackson
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Harlan County Haunts explores the unknown with over 60 tales of spooky encounters and weird occurrences. Although the focus is on Harlan County, there are stories from around the southeastern... More > Kentucky region as well as other states. Featured in Harlan County Haunts is the novella, “Caroline," which highlights one of Harlan County’s most compelling unsolved crimes. Jackson, a lifelong Native of Harlan County, takes you on a ghostly journey through the mountains of Appalachia and beyond. Harlan County Haunts contains ghosts, monsters, angels, and many personal accounts of encounters with the unexplained. Harlan County Haunts was over two years in the making, with Jackson compiling well over 100 true accounts of experiences with the paranormal. After many interviews and research, the stories in the book are what she considered the best and most credible.< Less
SERIAL KILLER MAGAZINE ISSUE 13 By James Gilks
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SERIAL KILLER MAGAZINE is an official release of the talented artists and writers at SerialKillerCalendar.com. It is chock full of artwork, rare documents, FBI files and in depth articles regarding... More > serial murder. It is also packed with unusual trivia, exclusive interviews with the both killers and experts in the field and more information that any other resource available to date. Although the magazine takes this subject very seriously and in no way attempts to glorify the crimes describe in it, it also provides a unique collection of rare treats (including mini biographical comics, crossword puzzles and trivia quizzes). This is truly a one of a kind collectors item for anyone interested in the macabre world of true crime, prison art or the strange world of murderabelia.< Less
The Vampyre: A Tale By John Polidori
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The Vampire; A Tale is considered to be the first work of modern vampire literature.The gothic horror story was originally published, without permission and attributed to Lord Byron, in the British... More > New Monthly Magazine in 1819, against the wishes and repeated complaints of both authors. It is the story of the bloodthirsty Lord Ruthven, a character often compared to Lord Byron himself. Born in London in 1795, doctor and author John Polidori traveled with Lord Byron as his personal physician in 1816 (the “Year Without a Summer”), during which time “The Vampyre” was written. Polidori died in London in 1821 at the age of 25. This new edition is part of the Supernatural Fox Sisters’ Supernatural History Series. The newly typeset and edited works are included in collections of books and artifact reproductions focusing on places and events in supernatural history, available through thesupernaturalfoxsisters.com.< Less
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The Were-Wolf By Clemence Housman
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“... a moment might bring about the revelation of a monstrous horror—a ghastly, deadly danger, set loose and at bay, in a circle of girls and women and careless defenseless men: so... More > hideous and terrible a thing as might crack the brain, or curdle the heart stone dead.” Originally published in 1896, Clemence Housman’s "The Were-Wolf" is a supernatural tale set in the long, cold winter of Norway. The story of a mysterious stranger named White Fell and the twin brothers whose lives she will forever change, "The Were-Wolf" incorporates elements of both Norse mythology and Christian allegory. Charlotte Otten, editor of "The Literary Werewolf" and "A Lycanthropy Reader," said of "The Were-Wolf": “Housman's story of an erotic female werewolf is often referred to as ‘the greatest story of lycanthropy ever written.’” Clemence Annie Housman (1861–1955) was a British novelist, wood engraver and suffragette who wrote The Were-Wolf while studying art in London in 1890.< Less
Hotel Nowhere By David Adkins
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Kurt does not remember driving that day, nor when the girl got into his car, but the hollowed eyes that were staring at him as he awoke, would be something that would soon be etched into his memory... More > as the worst day of his life. Sherry died in the car, but the autopsy revealed that it was before the accident. This put Kurt on a fight to protect his marriage, his reputation, his job, and his freedom, even as other people assaulted him, and made his life hell. Within the year of fighting the courts, he was finally free of the accusations from the police, but a storm caused him to exit in an unknown area, where a hotel attendant gives him a room to rest in. Soon after waking up, he is chased by shadows, demons, and people, looking to taste blood, and he is in a struggle to remember those moments he had lost before the demon seals his soul forever.< Less
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Deadman's Tome Campfire Tales Book Two By Amy Grech et al.
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When we were young, some of the most memorial tales were the ones that we heard over the sound of a crackling campfire. We heard stories that evoked a creeping sense of unease. We shared tales that... More > caused our blood to run cold, skin to pour with sweat, and vision to turn shadows into ghosts. The stories in this collection are designed to do just that.< Less
Dead Time Book I By Jeff Brown
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A group of survivors leave the party where the zombie apocalypse has begun at the urging of a person from the future. Following his instruction they begin a quest to cross the country protecting the... More > one person who has the mysterious key to ending the zombie threat.< Less
Wyrd Kalendar By Chris Lambert
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Open the Wyrd Kalendar and explore the year with eyes that are not your own… Join Chris Lambert and Andy Paciorek as they guide you through the twelve months of the year weaving twelve tales... More > of Magic, Murder, Terror, Love and the Wyrd. Hold to the resolution in January… Seek to do more with those missing days in February… Avoid the madness of the March hare… Become the fool in April… Dance around Aunt May… Protect and nurture the June bug… Celebrate Grotto Day in July… Fall in love and weep in August… Let it all fall in September… Prepare for the October harvest… Avoid November sin… Do not let December find you out… “Gripping, sometimes terrifying but always surprising: this is the year described in the Wyrd Kalendar. Live it if you dare…” – Sebastian Baczkiewicz - Creator of BBC Radio 4’s “Pilgrim”< Less
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More Tales of the Callamo Mountains By Larry Blamire
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Cowboys and keelboatmen, farmers and trappers, outlaws and braves, soldiers and thieves, con men and newlyweds, all run afoul of the unknown in fourteen tales of western horror in and around a... More > fictional mountain range "Larry Blamire’s stories set in the Callamo Mountains may be short-form, but I find them his most ambitious writing, and also his most primal. They are ominous, unsettling, occasionally poetical and amusing stories, told with real affection for their woebegone characters, that take us back to our fundamental fears of the dark, of the woods, of Nature itself - and the foolishness of anyone who presumes to stake claim to it. If there's a truly American counterpart to the great weird outdoors fiction of Arthur Machen or M.R. James, this might be it.” - Tim Lucas, author of Throat Sprockets< Less
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The Girl Who Walked in Circles By Michael Minnis
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“Yrs. for ghouls, afreets, and undertakers –” -HP Lovecraft to Wilfred Talman Not since ANENCEPHALOUS AND OTHER POISONED DREAMS has the short weird fiction of Michael Minnis been... More > collected for a single book. The collection before you holds wonders and terrors spanning from the Old West to modern Arkham, from the sleeping tombs of long-dead wizards to the full alert of zombie apocalypse. So sit a while, read and enjoy – the undertaker will be along soon. Michael Minnis was born in Saginaw, Michigan, in 1969. He was perfectly normal until he read AT THE MOUNTAINS OF MADNESS at age thirteen. He hasn't been quite the same since.< Less
Blissful Imperfections By Paul Counelis
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the woods. an amusement park. halloween night spectre. somewhere in time. lost in the pitch dark at the witching hour... …stories of the agreeably unsound Paul Counelis (Rue Morgue,... More > Halloween Machine) presents four new stories of the supernatural, glimpses into the shadows for the creatures that haunt the night.< Less
Tales from the Blue Gonk Cafe: volume III By Thirteen O'Clock Press
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The Blue Gonk Café has been sold and the new owners aren't interested in having story sessions. The storytellers were invited to come one last time - which they did, bringing their tales of... More > blood, gore, heartbreak, sadness and even laughter at times. It was a special occasion which demanded special things - Kevin L Jones held an evening session at which he read his novella about the fearsome clown, Uncle Tickle. What a way to end a tradition!!< Less
Astilla By J L Carey Jr
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J L Carey Jr’s pop culture conspiracy fiction, Astilla is a searching vision of alternate reality, in a dystopian future where humans are overrun by seemingly alien beings in an attempt to cull... More > the masses. The ruling order conspires to realize a mass depopulation agenda by engineering a gene stealer or “el Chupacabra”. But, will their plot go too far? While the short story captures Carey’s humor it is also a disturbing look into some of the prevailing theories of false alien attack, genetically engineered bio-weapons and the elites plan to bring down the world’s population for their own selfish ends. Written in the looming shadow of fascism in the U.S., Astilla speaks to a generation bombarded by mass-entertainment, relentless technology, a barrage of persuasive ads, and the hidden in plain sight influence of oligarchical elites.< Less
Aylie By Gary L Beer
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Patrick receives a telephone call from his long-time friend Aylie inviting him to stay with her for the weekend. The weekend turns into several days and they have an enjoyable time together. Aylie... More > suddenly changes as she suffers a mental breakdown and she puts a strong sedative into Patrick's coffee. Patrick wakes up in total darkness and finds that Aylie has imprisoned him and has chained him up in her basement. Patrick suffers much abuse and torture by Aylie who then permanently maims him. Trapped in her basement the pleasant time becomes a living nightmare as Aylie continues her torture and abuse and with no sign of escape Patrick is driven into the depths of terror and despair.< Less
The Mark of the Wolf By JS Groves
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When Margaret is attacked by what she believes to be a werewolf, her life is turned upside down. Confused and afraid, the only people she feels safe going to for help are the strange goth kids that... More > everyone says are witches. Dominic and Aaron are Pagans, not fools, and smell a trap. But Jacob insists they take her seriously. When they agree to help her, they - and all their friends - are swiftly drawn into a larger world of monsters and magic more dangerous than they had ever suspected was real.< Less
The Mark of the Wolf By JS Groves
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When Margaret is attacked by what she believes to be a werewolf, her life is turned upside down. Confused and afraid, the only people she feels safe going to for help are the strange goth kids that... More > everyone says are witches. Dominic and Aaron are Pagans, not fools, and smell a trap. But Jacob insists they take her seriously. When they agree to help her, they - and all their friends - are swiftly drawn into a larger world of monsters and magic more dangerous than they had ever suspected was real.< Less
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