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2 replies

  1. I myself am quite deep into the underworld, the macabre, horror, and the supernatural. Since retiring back in 2013 I now write horror stories. I think that horror plays a deeper part in our minds than anything. For why else would the stories of werewolves, vampires, and demons have survived throughout the centuries?

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