IT’S the most wonderful time of the year. Even though spooky season is a year-round
affair here at CHM, there is something special about October. Existential dread just hits
a little differently when the leaves are turning and there is a crisp chill in the air. If it’s
a chill down your spine that you’re looking for, you’ve come to the right place. It’s time to
light a black candle, pop open an oversized bag of candy you know won’t make it all the way
to Halloween, and get lost in a tale of terror or two.
Dream, Girl By Patrick Barb
Becoming By David Peak
Coffins Beach Past Anissquam Lighthouse Open Water Swim by James Van Pelt
Adrift by Rachel Nussbaum
The Forgotten Folk by Woof Achoo
PRovidence by M. C. Herrington
The Nut House: Part IV by Patrick Barb
The Monstress by Jibril Stevenson
The King in Yellow: The Mask by Robert W. Chambers
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