A Twitter-length Horror Story

Thirteen bells toll as the dead begin to rise. A jubilant battle-cry echoes through the darkness. This time the prophecy will be fulfilled.

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2 Responses to A Twitter-length Horror Story

  1. Well, this one certainly makes a lot more sense than the winning one :/ Perhaps that’s what they were looking for. I really like this; I will pop mine onto my blog now- it’s not as polished as yours is, but it does make sense!

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