Teenager Clara and her family have moved. Again. This time, they’ve landed in a town with its very own bogeyman feared by the local kids- The Mumbler. Soon, Clara learns about the legend while learning what makes her new friends tick and how many kids go missing in Pender during the month of October. Advertisements
Horror readers anxiously await the arrival of Massachusetts-based author Paul Tremblay’s newest book, Growing Things & Other Stories, available July 2nd, 2019.
Revel in bleak and digestible modern horror shorts in the form of Masters of Midnight, the latest collection from Corpus Press.
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