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“He’s Not Listening” by Adam Ickes

A man is plagued by voices in his head. As he restlessly walks around the dark streets of the city, he encounters a strange yet familiar woman. But where does he remember her from?

Credits

Written by: Adam Ickes

Adam Ickes is a writer who has made a home in central Pennsylvania with his wife and daughter. He is obsessed with releasing the horrors in his mind on an unsuspecting world. His stories live and fester in the twisted confines of his imagination before demanding to be released from their prison, usually at gunpoint.

http://adamickes.com
http://twitter.com/adamickes
http://amazon.com/author/adamickes

Performance: Jeff Clement

Audio Production: Jeff Clement

Music: Jeff Clement

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“Sure to Follow” by M.J. Pack

In the sequel to “Soft White Damn”, Danny escapes the snow to the warmth of New Orleans, Louisiana. But when the rain starts to fall one night, he hears an all too familiar knock on his door and a voice calling to him once again…

Credits

Written by M.J. Pack:
http://mj-pack.com
http://facebook.com/mjpackauthor
http://twitter.com/megslice
http://thoughtcatalog.com/m-j-pack

Pick up a copy of M.J. Pack’s brand new book “Certain Dark Things”:
http://www.amazon.com/Certain-Dark-Things-M-J-Pack-ebook/dp/B0161ZH79Y/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/certain-dark-things/id1045641311?mt=11

Performance: Jeff Clement

Audio Production: Jeff Clement

Music: Jeff Clement

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“Last Kiss” by the itch

Something goes horribly wrong and a man is caught inside an industrial machine. As his colleagues scramble to figure out a way to set him free, he shares a quiet moment with his beloved wife.

Credits

Written by the itch:
http://www.theitchwrites.com

Performance: Jeff Clement

Audio Production: Jeff Clement

Music: Jeff Clement

 

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“Soft White Damn” by M.J. Pack

A housebound alcoholic waits out a snow storm while trying to stave off his boredom. A knock at the window could mean a friendly visitor or something much more sinister…

Warning: not for the faint of heart or people who don’t like snow

Credits

Written by M.J. Pack:
http://mj-pack.com
http://facebook.com/mjpackauthor
http://twitter.com/megslice
http://thoughtcatalog.com/m-j-pack

Performance: Jeff Clement

Audio Production: Jeff Clement

Music: Jeff Clement

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