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Spi Di21 minutes ago
A Night with Grandpa
Spirits are all around us. Most of the time we don't realize it because we can't see them. Or can we? Sometimes if they want to be seen they will make an appearance. I was able to meet my Grandfather—...
Bong Studly19 hours ago
That Time I Got Cursed
So this is a story I love to tell, although lately I have been a bit more than slightly cautious to whom I share it with because of a date that went terribly; may as well put it on the internet! Imagi...
elle lee20 hours ago
The Purple Lady
My mom once told me about a woman who only wore purple. Her house was purple, her car was purple, her hair was dyed purple. She had beautiful bushes in her yard that bloomed large purple flowers. She ...
Madison Krumma day ago
Finally Found
The sky was grey as the wind whipped up the freshly fallen snow. The sidewalk felt like a tunnel with the icy snow drifts piled on either side of my usual route to and from work. I knew every crack an...
Spi Di2 days ago
It's A Cra-Zee World
When I was a young girl, I didn't really wonder about death or heaven or hell. My worries were that if it rains I will be bored in my house and not be able to play outside. Back in the 80s, sitting ou...
r. nuñez3 days ago
Recurrence
“There are many who don’t wish to sleep for fear of nightmares. Sadly, there are those who don’t wish to wake for the same fear.” – Richelle E. Goodrich 1. I have awoken in a strange room, aroused by ...
Trevor Wells3 days ago
Lifetime Review: 'Babysitter's Nightmare'
In the wake of a child patient's death, nurse Daphne Hart (Brittany Underwood) finds herself falsely getting much of the blame--despite the fact that superior was largely responsible for the tragedy. ...
Tom Baker4 days ago
The Floating Torso of Meggernie Castle
A Messeurs Simmons and Featherstone, writing in letters dated respectively January 1882 and 1883, both related their odd, ghostly experiences while residing at Meggernie Castle, in Glen Lyon, Perthshi...
Stefin Bradbury4 days ago
Stranglehold
What started as mist has turned to drizzle. What began as a drizzle has become a downpour. The rain washes us, cleanses us. But bloodstains run deep and require more than just tears from heaven to dis...