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HALLOWEEN, by Violet & Suzanna

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Henry broke into an old abandoned house one night.  The only thing they found of him was his brand new flashlight.

 

Anna often dressed up as a cat.  She got into many fights for that.Continue reading HALLOWEEN, by Violet & Suzanna

Devil’s Night: A Detroit Cultural Phenomenon

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The night before Halloween is a region-specific phenomenon found only in the Detroit area. It is called Devil’s Night. I grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, and Devil’s Night was (and still is) a time of extra vigilance for the police on the lookout for an upsurge in arson and other kinds of vandalism.Continue reading Devil’s Night: A Detroit Cultural Phenomenon

Scaring The !@#$% Out Of Myself: Again, Part IV

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One day, I was home watching an excellent Spanish horror film called The Devil’s Backbone.  I’m not into blood-and-gore horror, but give me a psychological thriller that messes with my head any day of the week.Continue reading Scaring The !@#$% Out Of Myself: Again, Part IV

A Fellow, by Violet

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A fellow told me on the street,
“You look very good to eat.”
“Thank you,” I said, “but aren’t you full?”
“It’s true,” he said.  “I’ve just eaten a bull!”

Scaring The !@#$% Out Of Myself: Again, Part III

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So one day, it occurred to me that I had never seen the classic Stanley Kubric horror film, The Shining, starring Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall.  I decided that this was wrong and that I needed to correct it.  I rented it from the local video store – this was years before Netflix.  I think this may have been back in the VHS Age when everyone was practically Amish, so the picture quality wasn’t all that great, but since this was before the availability of DVDs, we didn’t know any better.Continue reading Scaring The !@#$% Out Of Myself: Again, Part III

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