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“Untitled (A Very, Very, Very Short Story)” by Richard O’Brien

“To whom,” he said before putting the revolver to his temple and pulling the trigger. —Richard O’Brien Advertisements

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“A Horrible Series of Occurrences – 5” by Eilrahc Edepitnec

Two young, thuggish boys, both in their mid-twenties, discovered the body of the maid at the bottom of the fourth floor stairwell. The jewels, which the maid had clutched until the moment of her death, were quickly snatched by the … Continue reading

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“A Horrible Series of Occurrences – 4” by Charlie Centipede

A hotel maid, the one who was in charge of cleaning up Steven’s room after he choked, found the stolen jewels in a paper bag in Steven’s mini-fridge. In her haste to take the jewels to her car before anyone … Continue reading

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“A Horrible Series of Occurrences – 3” by Charlie Centipede

Martin, attempting to free the body of Ingrid from her home-made gallows, slipped, cracked his head on the side of the tub, and died of the resulting trauma. —Charlie Centipede

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“A Horrible Series of Occurrences – 2” by Charlie Centipede

When Ingrid learned that the jewels were gone, she was distraught. When Martin told her that her lover had stolen them, she hung herself in the shower with the string attached to a bar of soap. —Charlie Centipede

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“A Horrible Series of Occurrences – 1” by Charlie Centipede

Steven stole the jewels and took them to Monte Carlo, where he choked on imitation crab and died. —Charlie Centipede

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