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Why You Should Never Talk to Strangers

It was an usually warm Autumn day. Brett joined Milt by the open garage door of the oil change shop that faced Main Street. A customer wandered over as he waited for his car. “Never saw anyone come or go,” … Continue reading

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Sensory Deprivation

It was unusual for Jennifer to get home before her children on a Tuesday. When she opened the front door she was greeted by a strange woman in her underwear coming up from the basement. “What’re you doin’ here?” accused … Continue reading

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Bat Attack

“It’s a bat! It’s a bat!” Dave woke from a dead sleep with those words ringing in his ears. Beside the bed Jacqueline was covering her head with a blanket. “Is it in my hair?” “Crap,” said Dave. He turned … Continue reading

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When Housing Decisions Are Made

Every stop, every delay was agonizing. The urge hit with intensity when he was half way home. Now, he was thirty minutes from sweet relief. Mario deeply regretted not going to the restroom before leaving work. Turning onto his street, … Continue reading

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