• Posts Tagged ‘Horror’

    What to read on Halloween

    by  • October 30, 2018 • MSJ Time Machine • 0 Comments

    Jack o' Lanterns

    Some people have Halloween plans, but others might prefer staying home and reading some creepy stories. If you’re one of those people, you’ve come to the right place. (And if you aren’t one of those people, but know someone who is, point them over here!) We’re taking a quick jaunt in our time machine...

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    Within the Pulse of Darkness

    by  • August 20, 2018 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Art for "Within The Pulse Of Darkness"

    An essay by Cassius Carter, as provided by Lucas Leery Art by Luke Spooner Dear Cass, I invite you to assist me on my next expedition. The site is in remote, northern land that I trust you will remember well. Your task will be simple: to record data thoroughly and accurately. I apologize, but I...

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    The House Wins

    by  • November 16, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    The House Wins

    An account by an unnamed traveler, as provided by Rich Young Art by Errow Collins Riding through rolling hills, hearing the sound of distant thunder, and breaking away from the yesterdays that have created a mountain of ragged, old clothes in my sad hole of a life, I am passing through the land that...

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    The Counterweight

    by  • July 6, 2015 • Fiction • 1 Comment

    The Counterweight

    An essay by Jean-Michel Borrino, as provided by Damien Krsteski Art by Dawn Vogel There is a monster in every text. Or perhaps, one monster spanning all of text. I cannot know. All I am sure of is its existence, because I have seen it, and what is worse, it has seen me. # Leading a...

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    Notes on the Genetics and a Hypothesis on the Hybridization Life Cycle of Homo sapiens and Homo aquatium

    by  • January 5, 2015 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Notes on the Genetics and a Hypothesis on the Hybridization Life Cycle of Homo sapiens and Homo aquatium

    Research by: Dr. Herbert K. Bloch, Chief Physician, Shikellamy Asylum, Dellville, PA Transcribed and submitted by: Fred S. Lubnow, Ph.D. Illustration by: Steve Maschuck This short paper provides the results of hopefully the first in a series of investigations into the hybridization of humans (Homo sapiens) and deep ones (Homo aquatium). While this unique...

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    The Nothing in the Wall

    by  • December 15, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    The Nothing in the Wall

    An essay by Felix Glerke, as provided by Christopher Lynch Art by Luke Spooner Three things run in my family: genius, instability, and unmanageable hair. The ratio of each of these to each other varies, but all three are always there. I believe that had my father had more unmanageable hair, or a less...

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    Sand

    by  • December 8, 2014 • Fiction • 1 Comment

    Sand

    Diary entries by Dr. Algernon P. Lewis, as provided by Samantha Lienhard Art by Katie Nyborg May 17: It doesn’t feel right to go on vacation. I mean, a day off here or there is fine, but nothing longer. But if it will make James stop bugging me, it’s worth it. “You’re overworked,” he said....

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    Mendant’s Maggots

    by  • December 30, 2013 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    A Paper Presented to the League of Astrobiological Studies, 2015–Highlights from the Journal of Dr. Louise Mendant: First Investigations into “Mendant’s Maggots” by Dr. Bryce Ellicott, as provided by Dr. J.A. Grier Art by Leigh Legler As the scientific community is now aware, “Mendant’s Maggots”–once thought to be fictional creatures–have recently been proven to...

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    Safety in Quiet

    by  • May 27, 2013 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Troy Martin, as provided by Jason Lairamore Photograph by Eleanor Leonne Bennett My name is Troy Martin. I’m locked in a sound proof room deep underground in a government building you’ve never heard of but probably have driven by a thousand times. Yes, there is a particular reason why I picked...

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