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Impossible Horror: Screamers

Dedicated to Justin Decloux and Nate Wilson’s horror film Impossible Horror. The Scream calls to me. I’ve spent my entire life, what was left of it, trying to figure out what the Scream was. I wasn’t the only one. There … Continue reading

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Kanada Day

She asks me to walk with her, although I know I don’t have too much time. Even the TTC, in this world, has something of a schedule to keep. But I can’t refuse her. I never could. “We should take the streetcar … Continue reading

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Shadow

I kriffing hate those clankers, Nora. Footage from Praadost II: Encrypted Location: River outside of Nembasa City Sewer System. A tarnished white figure, with a pack, and a black T-visor Mandalorian helmet swims through the water. Through the grainy lens … Continue reading

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SAVE FAILED

Dedicated to Toby Fox’s Undertale. There be Spoilers here. Do not say that you were not warned. I’m not sure when it happened. Sometimes I forget … sometimes … Yes. Recording. I don’t know how much time I have left. … Continue reading

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Black Cat

This is an alternate ending to Fummy’s The Witch’s House. If you want to play the game and not get any spoilers, do not read any further. Reader’s discretion is advised.  Ellen already thinks that I’m gone. And that suits … Continue reading

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This Is Not Five Nights At Freddy’s

You find yourself in an enclosed space. It is a small room: filled with dust and the relics of past happiness. There are a series of windows in front of you. You keep toggling through them. You are hoping that … Continue reading

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Fool Me

Someone begins to tell you a joke. You’re smiling. Your life is generally serious, or mundane, and a joke is a good distraction. No, it’s more than a distraction. It’s the promise of bounty and plenty. It’s a story that … Continue reading

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