In His Own FantasyIn His Own Fantasy by ARTIST-SRF
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There was once a fan boy named George Buffalo. He was a fan of many different kinds of franchises, such as The Spooky House at Dizzy-land, the Vampire-Man comic books, and several spooky themed kid TV shows. But his favorite franchise of all was R. I. Pinewood’s Goose Pimples. An anthology children’s book series featuring tales of horror where either a small child or teenager is often pitted against an evil clown, living ventriloquist dummies, Halloween masks that turn people into monsters and even a wall clock that could change time. This also had a TV series of the same name, which he too loved to watch. Sure you could say that he made a few friends in both person and online, but there was one incident that made him so upset, it changed his perspective completely.
It was when he discovered that a friend, or at least watcher on the website, AbnormalArt.com, was that a certain user who went by the name of DRAWER-GSR, made a negative rev
A Dance with the Dead Chapter 8The doors of the ballroom burst open as Sarah came running through them. Reaching the center of the room she stopped, and bent over, breathing heavily as she tried to steady her shaking hands. Sarah was hardly granted a moment to think before she heard the sound of Edward Gracey’s voice behind her. She spun around, startled to see that he had arrived so quickly and yet seemed so composed. Had he been behind me this whole time?, Sarah’s mind raced with confusion for she had heard no footsteps following her and it looked as if he had only just walked from the next room, not the other end of the estate. He came toward her, Sarah echoing his steps as she slowly backed away.A Dance with the Dead Chapter 8 by Boxjelly1
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“It’s alright my dear, you don’t need to be afraid. I know what you’re going through is hard, but I’m here now. We’ll work through this together.” Sarah shook her head, trying desperately to push away the comfort that his words brought her.
“No, no I don&