As we move into the darkest parts of the year, I’m reminded of the old traditions in certain parts of the world, where people would tell ghost stories over the holiday season. It’s cold, it’s dark, and the world seems to be leaning just a little more toward that thin, liminal space between our world and something a little more…sinister.
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Content Warnings: hauntings, ghosts, unknown creatures, incidents that could be construed as stalking
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Production assistance by: Jesse Hawke
Writing assistance by: Meg Williams
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Until next time…did you hear that?