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  • Jesus says Christians are the salt of the earth. However, if the salt loses its saltiness, it is no longer good for anything except to be thrown out and trampled by men, according to Matthew 5:13.

    What It Means to Be a Salty Christian

    What It Means to Be a Salty Christian

    by Margaret Minnicks1

  • What happens when the child wakes up one morning and admits that their father doesn't walk on water, isn't Superman? In fact, they confess, he isn't even a nice guy? What happens? A heart breaks.

    Contemptible Eight: Flash Fiction by cam

    Contemptible Eight: Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills22

  • They met at the wrong time and the wrong place. And the priest was saying, "Thou shalt not commit adultery." And Rafael wanted to flee the church. He was not deaf, he was listening and he heard every word of the priest. But what he heard that moment didn't damp the feeling he had kept for the woman.

    The Mistress: A Short Story by Felisa Daskeo

    The Mistress: A Short Story by Felisa Daskeo

    by Felisa Daskeo0

  • A few hours in the life of an illegal immigrant

    Sanctuary

    Sanctuary

    by Jill Spencer10

  • This story is a tribute to my dad, who passed away from cancer. He will always be my teacher. This story is a blending of my waking life, the dreams I've had of him, and grand escapes from reality.

    A Pilot's Halo

    A Pilot's Halo

    by Tessa Buchin1

  • Today the World Economy Collapsed...this is Jack Shorebird reporting from somewhere south, in the former United States… (Short Story)

    The Great Collapse

    The Great Collapse

    by Jack Shorebird9

  • Everybody has a dream, but some dreams should never be realized…for the sake of humanity…and all the cats.

    A Dream, a Cat, a Baseball Bat

    A Dream, a Cat, a Baseball Bat

    by Dean Traylor2

  • A real story of a mountainous fairy encounter from the Appalachian Mountain region of West Virginia.

    Appalachian Fairy Encounter

    Appalachian Fairy Encounter

    by James Slaven2

  • This is an attempt to write flash fiction....except it is non-fiction. It is a true story from my childhood

    The Rolling Stone Game

    The Rolling Stone Game

    by jimmar1

  • There are almost always an unusual group of people playing the games in a casino. Some are happy and having fun. Some act ornery and out of sorts. Here's a couple stories.

    A Couple Tales of Gambling Times

    A Couple Tales of Gambling Times

    by Don Rust0

  • Orchid has been in and out of the life since she was a young woman. Of her many life experiences, she has finally found some satisfaction and some peace. The following is a true account and her story.

    A Day in the Life of a GILF Escort

    A Day in the Life of a GILF Escort

    by Finn Liam Cooper2

  • A look at a story drawn from Norse mythology, concerning efforts to bind the great wolf, Fenrir, who was destined to play a significant role on Ragnarok - the end of the world in Norse myth.

    Norse Mythology: The Binding of Fenrir

    Norse Mythology: The Binding of Fenrir

    by Dallas Matier0

  • Mary Little Deer could still hear his promise after almost thirty summers. "I will cross many rivers to find you." That dearest of all voices was still in her heart, as fresh and young as it was then.

    Cross Many Rivers, Together Always in Spirit

    Cross Many Rivers, Together Always in Spirit

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns6

  • Traces of the Norns in the Netherlands: a hollow tree near the village of Hoog Soeren, where the White Lady sits at her spinning wheel - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe

    The White Lady of Hoog Soeren

    The White Lady of Hoog Soeren

    by Eva Weggelaar1

  • My dreams of you can only be expressed in...

    The Love Letter

    The Love Letter

    by Warren Keith Hayes12

  • Trevor goes to his high school as normal one morning, expecting to see his girlfriend and to go to football practice after classes. But another student changes everyone's plans that day when he brings a gun to school. Trevor wrestles with what to do. Does he risk his own life to save others?

    I Killed a Man Today: Flash Fiction

    I Killed a Man Today: Flash Fiction

    by Chris Mills37

  • Flash fiction. The food baron specialized in love potions, but he definitely didn't appear available to a town a hungry women. But every man meets his match.

    Short Story: Love Potion

    Short Story: Love Potion

    by Tessa Schlesinger10

  • Today is the oldest you will ever be and the youngest you will be. Does that mean we can be both knowing and ignorant at the same time? Or, can it be that we can only be one way at one time? Can love and hate coexist? Can opposites coexist? Find out how to heal the paradox, the conflict...

    Do You Heal Your World with the Opposite?

    Do You Heal Your World with the Opposite?

    by Threekeys9

  • Since May 3, 2018, Kilauea volcano’s fissure vents have been erupting non-stop in the East Rift Zone, causing unprecedented destruction in lower Puna region on the Big Island of Hawaii.

    When a Volcano Suddenly Pops up in Your Front Yard

    When a Volcano Suddenly Pops up in Your Front Yard

    by Viet Doan4

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  • Reading the Bible isn't optional, it's what most Christians do. So here are four Bible Verses about reading the Bible that will help you to keep reading God's inspired words.

    Top 4 Bible Verses About Reading the Bible

    Top 4 Bible Verses About Reading the Bible

    by Dexter Whinfield4

  • We would all like to think that our homes are safe havens in which we can escape the stress and turmoil of the outside world and, for most of us, they do just that. This is the story of a married couple who would discover that sinister energies can be found anywhere, even in the most idyllic home.

    A Haunted Place:  The Terror Within

    A Haunted Place: The Terror Within

    by Cindy Parmiter2

  • When I come to town, rolling through like a stone that has been dislodged on the side of a hill, it may look like a random, bouncing stone, but there is purpose. (Word Count 1220)

    The Paradox: Drama Flash Fiction by cam

    The Paradox: Drama Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills10

  • “Time is neither present nor past; time is the perceived reality in which we choose to exist in.” Words my father used to describe time to me as a child. Those words hold more truth today than ever.

    The DS Tangent by Anthony Metiz

    The DS Tangent by Anthony Metiz

    by Anthony0

  • Scott Branson is on a path to self-destruction, and Ellie will pay the price.

    Dear Ellie - Part 5

    Dear Ellie - Part 5

    by William Kovacic16

  • Join us in a bit of absurd comedy written somewhat in the style of Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Magic Realism.

    Donald Trump, KFC, and Buddha

    Donald Trump, KFC, and Buddha

    by Larry Rankin30

  • It is difficult being me. I cringe at sloppy grammar & poor speech, so to seek the company of those who should know better, would lead me to attend dinner parties with "our sort of people". Yes?

    Some of the things that really horrify me

    Some of the things that really horrify me

    by Twilight Lawns99

  • Christians are as subject to the temptations of the flesh as other people. And like other people, they sometimes find themselves in a wrong relationship they know they should have avoided. What then? How does one deal with the hurt of the break-up that seems inevitable? Is it too late to save marriages where partners are broken from betrayal?

    When You are Tormented by a Painful Love

    When You are Tormented by a Painful Love

    by Barbara Radisavljevic12

  • Five years after being abducted from Earth and taken to Orbis, Christy has accepted the place and people, but Mark still longs for home. Mark discovers a way to escape, but can he go without her?

    The Long Way Home:  SciFi Flash Fiction by cam

    The Long Way Home: SciFi Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills23

  • This is the heartbreaking story of a psychiatric patient from the careless days of electroconvulsive therapy which was used, quite often it seems, as a means of behavior control in mental hospitals.

    Listen: Historical Flash Fiction by cam

    Listen: Historical Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills16

  • No one wants to sound dumb or uneducated in front of their peers, but sometimes you can misspeak and not even realise it. This article lists 10 commonly misused phrases and words that you're saying that are making you sound dumb.

    10 Things You're Saying That Make you Sound Dumb

    10 Things You're Saying That Make you Sound Dumb

    by K S Lane2

  • Can 'Watching paint dry ever be exciting? I don't know, but I couldn't resist the story.

    'Watching Paint Dry'

    'Watching Paint Dry'

    by Lawrence Hebb31

  • Jeremy visits a natural hot spring on a mountaintop and leaves all his worries behind. But a mischevious gnome appears and spoils the heavenly bliss. Word count, 420 words.

    Mountaintop Gnome:  Horror Flash Fiction by cam

    Mountaintop Gnome: Horror Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills11

  • Are you looking for a story which will leave you smiling? A story full of warms and fuzzies? Read on about one adoption which worked out quite well.

    A Feel Good Adoption Story

    A Feel Good Adoption Story

    by Bill Holland82

  • Does this happen to you? Even when you are not writing, you are always thinking about writing. Every person you meet, or see along on your way, can be a possible character in your next story. You are a writer at heart, if a poem is being woven in your mind, when you are walking in the nearby park.

    21 Clear and Evident Symptoms, Which Determine That You Are a Writer at Heart

    21 Clear and Evident Symptoms, Which Determine That You Are a Writer at Heart

    by Chitrangada Sharan34

  • There are many rape cases in countries like Pakistan and India. And I can't write the pain of a rape victim but I had tried to put into words something worth a read.

    Smashed The Bloom

    Smashed The Bloom

    by Maryam Rehman10

  • From time to time, each of us wonders what might have been had romantic interest in someone panned out rather than fizzled out. When they return from the past, anything can happen.

    Chance Encounter - Old Flames, Flash Fiction

    Chance Encounter - Old Flames, Flash Fiction

    by Peg Cole28

  • What if the Emerods were real? (Short Story of Biblical proportions.)

    The Emerods

    The Emerods

    by Jack Shorebird1

  • Larry Rankin is at it again, picking on the poor, maligned 1% of the 1%, who are only trying to do their best to help the rest of us, in this parody of Dr. Seuss’s "How the Grinch Stole Christmas!"

    How the Grynch Stole Everything!

    How the Grynch Stole Everything!

    by Larry Rankin71

  • People can walk in divine favor. Even so, it does not come automatically. There are some things to do to participate in your own blessings.

    How to Walk in Divine Favor

    How to Walk in Divine Favor

    by Margaret Minnicks2

  • An old man spends his days shuffling around the city in search of the lost wealth of her citizens. For 30 years, he had persistently sought and found the lost coins, but for what purpose? (1260 words)

    A Matter of Interest: A Short Story by cam

    A Matter of Interest: A Short Story by cam

    by Chris Mills24

  • Donald was wealthy, handsome and, if the ring on his left hand meant anything, not available. The sexy redhead seated on the bar stool next to him seemed to consider the last point irrelevant.

    A Working Vacation

    A Working Vacation

    by Chris Mills27

  • Three were chosen. Their task was to watch the cemetery and signal the vampire population should the fateful day come that would release a terror such as the world had never seen. (word count 1687)

    The Watchers: Short Story, Part Six

    The Watchers: Short Story, Part Six

    by Chris Mills18

  • There have been a number of criminal duos, many of them intertwined on an intimate level, Myra Hindley and Ian Brady will almost certainly be viewed, for centuries, as a twosome of demoniac killers

    Short Story About Myra Hindley

    Short Story About Myra Hindley

    by Colleen Swan8

  • This folktale from Shropshire describes how villagers were saved from drought by a fairy cow, until a wicked witch stepped in.

    The White Cow of Mitchell's Fold

    The White Cow of Mitchell's Fold

    by Pollyanna Jones3

  • The story of Dinah causes anger especially in women and encourages them to speak out on behalf of the many abused women in different cultures. Her rape and her silence are evidences of injustice.

    The Story of Dinah:  Her Rape and Her Silence

    The Story of Dinah: Her Rape and Her Silence

    by Dora Weithers16

  • What happens when negotiations with a one-year-old super villain go horribly wrong.

    The World Covered in Poo

    The World Covered in Poo

    by Rupert Missick3

  • Autumn is Mother Earths celebration of nature's colors. Welcome nature with me as we pay tribute to the fall season.

    The First Hint of Fall

    The First Hint of Fall

    by Audrey Hunt22

  • A Tactical Squad of the Ultramarines Fifth Company is sent forth on a mission on Calth to escort a troubled repair crew. A short story set in the Warhammer 40,000 universe.

    The Routine Job

    The Routine Job

    by Pollyanna Jones0

  • Dr. Virginia Shepherd was Doug's doctoral adviser. She tried to direct his research in acceptable directions, but he insisted on going his own way, with tragic results. A Sci-Fi time travel story.

    Time Advisor: A Sci-Fi Time Travel Short Story

    Time Advisor: A Sci-Fi Time Travel Short Story

    by Ronald E Franklin34

  • Joey Orsino works for one of the New York City crime families. He gets busted dumping a body into the harbor, and the cops make him a potentially deadly offer....Joey's boss for Joey's freedom.

    Ain't Never Comin' Back:  Flash Fiction by cam

    Ain't Never Comin' Back: Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills24

  • Ralph goes to the dentist and discovers a whole world of creepy crawly bacteria lurking, not only in his own mouth, but in the mouth of every woman he may kiss in the future. To kiss, or not to kiss?

    Potty Mouth: Comedy Flash Fiction by cam

    Potty Mouth: Comedy Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills28

  • To [my love], Hi dear, its been long. It has indeed been long since I saw you, but it seems like eternity since we shut the door to love. I was young, but not too young to know that the feeling was all too real, so real, that sometimes I feel...

    A Letter to the one I loved and will always Love.

    A Letter to the one I loved and will always Love.

    by afrykanqwin6

  • This articles explores why Jesus often spoke in parables, instead of simply saying, in a direct way, what he wanted to say. Was the "indirect" approach best for conveying what He wanted to say?

    Why Did Jesus Often Speak in Parables?

    Why Did Jesus Often Speak in Parables?

    by Sallie B Middlebrook PhD17

  • An old woman pushes a shopping cart around the city and rescues the lost and discarded. She adopts them as her own and gives them a second chance at life.

    Oh, My Babies:  Flash Fiction by cam

    Oh, My Babies: Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills22

  • A retired school teacher receives three visitations which were each the delivery of a morbid and horrifying object. When put together, they become the key to an even larger mystery. (Word count-1249)

    The Visitations: Horror Short Story by cam, 2/3

    The Visitations: Horror Short Story by cam, 2/3

    by Chris Mills19

  • Savannah Georgia has always been a place of mystery and beauty. What better place for a tale of restless spirits and magic. Music is timeless and rife with memories, as you will soon see.

    Spirit Of Old Savannah

    Spirit Of Old Savannah

    by Randy Godwin64

  • A school inspector had ultimate authority, so when he planned a visit to a school, who should be more afraid, the teacher or the students?

    Quiet, the Inspector Is Here!

    Quiet, the Inspector Is Here!

    by George Dimitriadis1

  • Sometimes you have to see something a few times before you know if it is real or not.

    What Did I See?

    What Did I See?

    by Larry W Fish17

  • Too many push forward without stopping to smell the roses. Slow down before it's too late.

    Racing Through Life

    Racing Through Life

    by JourneyHolm2

  • Prayers of the saints rise to heaven for Thomas, who is in critical condition. Miracles abound for many.

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 19

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 19

    by Lori Colbo8

  • The next few moments became a blur as he tried adjusting his visuals. He wiped his eyes and finally saw the young woman again. The woman wanted him to turn and face the chair, but he couldn't get over the loss of memory which was a complete emptiness.

    A Black Rush of Nothingness

    A Black Rush of Nothingness

    by Frank Atanacio59

  • I’m not a girl who is afraid of the dark, or at least, I didn’t use to be. Not until that night I woke up to his face hovering over mine.

    The Stranger in the Night

    The Stranger in the Night

    by Hannah Doubet0

  • He told her he would come for her after the harvest, and even death couldn't stop him - a Dutch legend of the Veluwe

    Bia as a Bride - Love After Death

    Bia as a Bride - Love After Death

    by Eva Weggelaar4

  • Two men battle to the top of a mountain on a quest for domination. Through blood, sweat, and tears they come to a mutual realization about man's relation to man. Word count-480

    Victors and Lesser Men:  Free Write by cam

    Victors and Lesser Men: Free Write by cam

    by Chris Mills17

  • Bobby Blank confronts a thick fog and believes he could catch it...if it only stopped moving. Here's a story of trying to reach something unattainable, yet discovering the fun of doing so.

    The Fable of the Boy and the Fog

    The Fable of the Boy and the Fog

    by Dean Traylor3

  • The Internet forums, chatrooms, and writing sites are filled with challenges for creative writers. And most of them center around on one’s ability to write the shortest story possible. So, this writer decides to take the challenge.

    Taking the Challenge: Writing the Shortest, Short Stories

    Taking the Challenge: Writing the Shortest, Short Stories

    by Dean Traylor5

  • This is a fictional Journal entry written in the voice of a young woman on the trail of tears. The journal entry is fiction however, the facts in the entry are true.

    Trail of Tears: Fictional Journal Entry

    Trail of Tears: Fictional Journal Entry

    by Lisa Chronister9

  • Stopping to get a bite to eat in a small town may not be what Johnny expected.

    Where is Everyone?

    Where is Everyone?

    by Larry W Fish15

  • With that, he walked toward the crumbled body like a silent shadow on the wall. He hesitated when he reached the body and saw that it was a young, thin girl. She was strangled and her neck popped instantly. He could tell because of the bones sticking out of her flesh. She wasn't smelling badly yet,

    A Wave of Claustrophobic Darkness

    A Wave of Claustrophobic Darkness

    by Frank Atanacio61

  • Two men, war pals and fishing buddies, have a relationship cemented by one heroic act. Can the favor be returned when the enemy is unknown, hidden and very, very hungry? Word Count 1741

    Hungry Jack:  A Horror Short Story by cam

    Hungry Jack: A Horror Short Story by cam

    by Chris Mills37

  • The last slave ship landed illegally on Jekyll Island in 1858. A short tale of one of its surviving passengers, still living on the island owned by the most exclusive club in the world.

    Tales Of The Deep South : A Passage on "Wanderer"

    Tales Of The Deep South : A Passage on "Wanderer"

    by Randy Godwin42

  • Why, as women, do we take care of everyone’s needs but sometimes fail to take care of ourselves? I believe many people regard taking care of themselves as a frivolity, or an act of selfishness.

    How to Nurture Your Mind, Body and Spirit

    How to Nurture Your Mind, Body and Spirit

    by Tracy Kocsis2

  • A few locals pitch themselves against a dangerous transnational whose owners will stop at nothing to cover incriminating evidence and eliminate any known witnesses.

    Drive: A Short Story (Part I)

    Drive: A Short Story (Part I)

    by Michael-Duncan0

  • Checkers was an old man who loved the game of checkers and each of the seven dogs he had befriended over nearly a century. His reign as king of the town's annual checkers tournament was about to be challenged once again and his love for his latest canine friend was being put to the test as well.

    Checkers and King: Flash Fiction

    Checkers and King: Flash Fiction

    by Chris Mills22

  • Even animals did not fear or harm Carter. Often men saw bears, deer and bobcats laying around Carter's cabin as he sat outside feeding the smaller critters seeds, nuts and berries ...

    Paradise Gateway

    Paradise Gateway

    by Phyllis Doyle Burns16

  • While their dad performs at a Bible camp and their mom gossips with the staff, two little boys find refuge in building a fort up in the mountains, with unexpected consequences.

    Fort Building: A Short Story

    Fort Building: A Short Story

    by Justin W Price2

  • The life which follows this one is shrouded in mystery. Some don't believe that it exists while others spend their time on Earth planning for it. In the end, we will all find out the hard way. Still, there are some among us who have looked into the abyss and it's a sight they will never forget.

    A Slender Thread:  Near Death Experiences

    A Slender Thread: Near Death Experiences

    by Cindy Parmiter1

  • Cloe Ludlow is being discharged and spends her last day making thank you cards and says goodbye to Dr. Wong. Two days later she faces evil.

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 9

    Blackbird Has Spoken: Part 9

    by Lori Colbo10

  • A retired school teacher receives three visitations which were each the delivery of a morbid and horrifying object. When put together, they become the key to an even larger mystery. (Word count-)

    The Visitations: Horror Short Story by cam, 3/3

    The Visitations: Horror Short Story by cam, 3/3

    by Chris Mills31

  • Three were chosen. Their task was to watch the cemetery and signal the vampire population should the fateful day come that would release a terror such as the world had never seen. (word count 1205)

    The Watchers: Short Story, Part Five

    The Watchers: Short Story, Part Five

    by Chris Mills10

  • This is a little piece of nonsense that came to me as I was sorting socks. It was inspired by the same problem at our house. This flash fiction is suitable for children.

    Flash Fiction: Good Socks go to Heaven

    Flash Fiction: Good Socks go to Heaven

    by Doris James-MizBejabbers43

  • There are times in one's life which causes reflection on things past. And times in one's present, if the truth be told. This is one such example.

    Traces of Ebony: A Flash Fiction Tale

    Traces of Ebony: A Flash Fiction Tale

    by Randy Godwin75

  • A revised short story about an alternate future where a Mega-Wall separates America from a dead World.

    Escape from Empire

    Escape from Empire

    by Jack Shorebird15

  • Scott Branson is on a path to self-destruction, and Ellie will pay the price

    Dear Ellie - Part 9

    Dear Ellie - Part 9

    by William Kovacic12

  • Love is the power from Almighty to humans. Love has the power to move boulders. Love can soften rocks too. Languages of love spoken, written and signalled shall be understood by us.

    The Lighted Window

    The Lighted Window

    by Sampad Bose17

  • Moving into an old house can give you more than you ever expected.

    Beyond Evil

    Beyond Evil

    by Larry W Fish2

  • Just some random thoughts about nature, and man, and whether we are as far-advanced as we would like to believe.

    The Pecking Order of Nature

    The Pecking Order of Nature

    by Bill Holland64

  • Our God is the God of the impossible and has used his people throughout the years to do the impossible through them in order to bring glory to himself. We need to trust that God is still in the business of doing great things through us. He uses weak people to fulfill his purposes in the world.

    The God Who Does the Impossible

    The God Who Does the Impossible

    by Jeff Shirley4

  • A performer in the karaoke scene gets hit on by a youngster half her age because she encouraged him to perform a song and dance number for the sake of musical expression.

    I Don't Know How I Got Here

    I Don't Know How I Got Here

    by Alysia McAlister4

  • How much success do we need in the world, under the current definition of what success actually means?

    Do We Need More Success?

    Do We Need More Success?

    by S P Austen4

  • After losing her parents to a horrible illness, the maiden, Eventide, faces harshness of people and challenges of nature as she seeks to keep the family farm and create a good life. Word Count 987

    The Rise of Eventide: Flash Fiction

    The Rise of Eventide: Flash Fiction

    by Chris Mills15

  • People spend far too much time trying to figure out how to make people happy and comfortable. Sure, you can get ahead by impressing people; but it is far more fun to get ahead using intimidation and other nefarious tactics to make people...

    How to Make People Uncomfortable

    How to Make People Uncomfortable

    by Simone Haruko Smith91

  • Calvin purchased a home and was making remodeling plans, beginning with the master bedroom. In that very room, fantasy and reality seemed to be converging to create a whole new world. But was it real?

    The Convergence:  Flash Fiction by cam

    The Convergence: Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills18

  • Who called 911, and why? Suddenly, he noticed Mrs. Andrews’ cane standing upright in the corner of the room next to a small table where the contents of her purse was strewn and spilled out ...

    Murder by the Written Word VII

    Murder by the Written Word VII

    by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS2

  • Ralph came over to Craig's house after work and told him about his date the night before. Most of Ralph's stories range from funny to unfortunate. This one was beyond unfortunate. Word Count 621.

    Breaking Social Norms: Comedy Flash Fiction

    Breaking Social Norms: Comedy Flash Fiction

    by Chris Mills18

  • Enter la pisadeira, the Brazilian myth about the lady of your (worst) dreams.

    La Pisadeira

    La Pisadeira

    by Eli Scott2

  • Good grammar and mathematics are not irreconcilable. A class learns this lesson in a most unexpected way.

    We Want to Learn English

    We Want to Learn English

    by George Dimitriadis1

  • Ralph fails to follow even the basic rules of using a fitting room in a clothing store. For Ralph, when one thing goes wrong, everything goes wrong. (Word Count-658)

    Fitting Room 101: Comedy Flash Fiction by cam

    Fitting Room 101: Comedy Flash Fiction by cam

    by Chris Mills24

  • This is the season that people are supposed to be jolly but it was not the case for me! If you like horror then this hub is for you!

    IT (My Sleep Paralysis Monster)

    IT (My Sleep Paralysis Monster)

    by Maria Megio0

  • Some people seem to draw trouble like a magnet while others avoid it constantly. Steve was definitely magnetic!

    Dripping With Suspicion 2

    Dripping With Suspicion 2

    by Jacqueline Williamson BBA MPA MS2

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