“Guys, look.” Adriana Priest dropped her bag on the chipped linoleum table that served at Team Mwerte’s strategic planning center, almost knocking over Kate’s open bottle of sparkling water. The bag was relatively new, while the table, and the house surrounding it, was many decades older than anyone in the room. The entire team was […]
Sorta feminist ghost stories.
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Calling all Crazy Kids Wanna Do Something Really Scary?? Come… Shrieking Information Session Riverside Park Boathouse 11 PM to 1 AM Saturday June 21 DON’T TELL YOUR FRIENDS One of the earliest known Shriexing flyers, estimated to date back to the early 1980s. The geographic location where the flyer was originally posted is uncertain, […]
Read Part One Here Read Part Two Here Read Part Three Here Read Part Four Here Adriana Priest had to look away as the scissors finished their bloody work on the rat-faced one, the leader. In her career thus far as a Shriexer, she had been witness to many terrible things: ghosts that looked […]
Portrait of Adriana Priest by Claire Blackpool, date unknown. The number of sketches and portraits of Adriana by Claire has caused some to wonder if their relationship was a simple friendship, as it outwardly appeared, or something more. Also note the whitish form hovering near Adriana’s left elbow; this is Chibi, the ghost that […]
Read Part One Here Read Part Two Here Read Part Three Here Jaffe cursed and whirled around, looking. The girl wasn’t with them. He turned back to face Cake. “Fuck, that fucking little—” He stopped, and his face went funny. “Something… something just punched me in the back, Cake.” Even without looking, Cake […]
Sketch of Adriana Priest by Claire Blackpool, date unknown. Can’t remember the name of a character? Confused about a term? Visit The Lexicon.
Read Part One Here, or Part Two Here Cake returned to the driver’s seat, turned on the ignition, put the van into gear, and pulled away from the shoulder. Jaffe returned to the back with the girl, holding her so she could see out the front to direct them. “What’s the stupid shit going […]