CHM #22 April 2022


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Here at CHM, we are ready to stake our own claim and perhaps take a run at April horror history with a strong line-up this month. We start with a story of pure cosmic horror in “Oculus.” Then we witness a truly frightening tale of a world hidden within our own in “Matres Lachrymarum” by Mike Allen, acclaimed author of Unseaming. We experience a speculative vision of the afterlife depicted on this month’s cover in “Strands,” before a descent into madness portends an even greater calamity in “The Horrors Unseen.”

Stick around for a unique and strange examination of horror in “The Figure, The Fingers, and the Fiend: Dr. Gloon’s Lesson in Anatomy” followed by a cleverly deceptive mythos tale in “Side Effects May Vary.” We’ll get a reminder of why never to talk to strangers in the reprinted “Behind His Smile, a Frown” before descending down to the crypt for the first part of “The Diamond Lens” by Fitz-James O’Brien, one of the greatest to ever put pen to paper.

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