Monthly Archives: October 2016

Hallelujah Harvest

The congregants of Calvary Hill Christian Church gathered at the farm of Benjamin and Nora Banks for the Hallelujah Harvest Festival. Held every year on Halloween night, it was marketed as a Christian alternative to the Devil’s Night, and mostly attended by … Continue reading

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Clowning Around

It began in the backwoods of North Carolina. A band of teens dressed in grotesque clown costumes set out to terrorize their community. They wandered the woods at all hours brandishing chains and shovels. They offered candy and balloons to any who would follow after them. The teens … Continue reading

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The Screaming Woman

The Hanford PD had been called to the corner of Irwin and Keith Street. For the third night in a row residents reported hearing a woman screaming for help. Witness statements read identically; they awoke around two in the morning … Continue reading

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The Empty House

The dilapidated house stood proud on the neglected lot just on the outskirts of town. The land around it had died long ago yielding only to a plague of devil’s eyelashes. A barren valley oak erupted from the earth. It, … Continue reading

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Bloody Mary

It began with a dare. A stupid, stupid, dare. We were all adults, but there I was locked in the bathroom. Three lit candles illuminating the room with just enough light to make the darkness visible. Water rushed from the faucet; the conduit … Continue reading

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Hanford Ground Zero

  WELCOME to Hanford Ground Zero. A hive of stories, art, and news articles set in the desert town of Hanford, California and the surrounding Central Valley of California. This project is inspired by close friends (notably Matt Davis and … Continue reading

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