Monthly Archives: October 2015

Slumber and the Shadow People: One Day Before Halloween

What’s there to say about the Shadow People? Not much. I consider them the bullies of the supernatural, targeting their horror on children resigned to bedtime by unaware adults. My conundrum came from the fact that I preferred solitude as … Continue reading

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The Blue Ghost: Four Days Until Halloween

Every few years or so, I’ll experience a supernatural event. It no longer frightens me. Long ago, I had made peace with the surreal. When those moments occur, I absorb the details then move on. To consider this, imagine your … Continue reading

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A Page of Terror: 7 Days Until Halloween

A quarter of a mile’s worth of woodlands separates Nutley Street SW from the Vienna/Fairfax Metro Station, which leads into Washington DC. I’ve mentioned walking through these woods before, via a sidewalk leading from the main traffic route, snaking through … Continue reading

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