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CREEPY STORIES TOLD OUT LOUD

by Aaron Vlek

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Aaron Vlek is a storyteller whose work focuses primarily on the trickster as bringer of delight and proponent of disquieting humors. Many of her short stories, delve into around the goings on of the jinn, and of a universal imagining of the Native American character, Coyote. Some works are historical in setting while others hail from the contemporary and urban landscape. She indulges from time to time in the reimagining of classic themes of Lovecraftian horror and the occult. Aaron is a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College where she spent most of her time writing.

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THE NIGHT BEFORE THE NIGHT BEFORE ~ A Christmas Cautionary Tale

What do you get when you have Santa, Krampus, and Herr Drosselmeyer holed up during the worst snowstorm ever? Why, a Christmas Cautionary Tale with a generous splash of horror of course!  Narrated by Whitney Walker

THE LEOPARD

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=89GLr5WaEOQ

AL-KITAB AL-GHOUL: Being the Singular Memoir of Ibn al-Warith, the Only Known Son of Abdul al-Hazrad, Called the Mad Arab by Some

Being the Singular Memoir of Ibn al-Warith, the Only Known Son of Abdul al-Hazrad, Called the Mad Arab by Some. A Lovecraftian tale of horror spanning centuries, from medieval Baghdad to the gore-drenched battlefield at the end of world. A... Continue Reading →

ROOK’S FOLLY The Private Collector, Season 2 Episode 3

In all my time I’ve never come across anything like any kind of Devil, least not as it’s usually meant anyway, but vast libraries of questionable origin and nefarious usage, well, that I knew from Hell to Sunday and of... Continue Reading →

THE LIGHTS BENEATH THE SEA

I had just settled into my house at Harrowood Cliff for the summer and had only been in residence for a week when the first inkling of mischief came to my attention. Join Geoffrey Sykes Vermillion in this harrowing conclusion... Continue Reading →

THE OBJECT

  A  book lay quietly at rest in my lap. It was deceptive. It could have been asleep, or dead. It might have been poised to leap from the safety of my body onto the exposed throat of its prey.... Continue Reading →

THE DEATH OF A MAN

Tanner Keaton faces the very last day of his life on this green Earth. Narrated by Steve Shell  

THE OLD STONE HOUSE BETWEEN THE MOOR AND THE MISTS AND THE SEA

  The people of our village said the ancient dwelling was cursed, and some  swore it wasn’t even a natural house at all and if it hadn’t been called up out of the whispers of preternatural history they’d have razed... Continue Reading →

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