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Trips to the Dark Side (Electronic book text)
Trips to the Dark Side (Electronic book text): Steve Foreman
Trips to the Dark Side (Electronic book text): Steve Foreman

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Steve Foreman

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Trips to the Dark Side comprises a collection of twenty-three weird tales. Each story takes the reader on a trip to the dark side of the author's mind . . . the side where weirdness lurks in the shadows, strange ideas leap out from hidden corners and morbid thoughts emerge from pools of blood. Here you will find stories of horror, the paranormal, the bizarre, the whimsical, the unknown and the unexplained. These excursions into darkness include a sinister ride at a fairground; messages from the dead appearing on a Scrabble board; a glimpse into a cellar haunted by a strange entity; a clamber up into an attic where something deadly lives in the dark; a stroll into a back garden inhabited by a murderous imaginary friend; a meeting with a terrible supreme deity; and strange encounters with ghosts and werewolves and evil creatures lurking in the deep . . .


Imprint: Gypsy Shadow Publishing Company
Country of origin: United States
Release date: August 2013
Authors: Steve Foreman
Format: Electronic book text - Windows
ISBN-13: 978-1-61950-147-8
Barcode: 9781619501478
Categories: Books > Fiction > Genre fiction > Fantasy
Books > Fiction > Genre fiction > Horror & ghost stories
LSN: 1-61950-147-3

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