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The Last Evidence – The Speakeasy

The Last Evidence I tried to forgive them. Virginia Hampstead made it impossible. I can’t be blamed for what happened. It’s not easy being a poltergeist, you know. Most of us are angry, raging spirits because we’re stuck for centuries … Continue reading

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Body Jumper – The Speakeasy

Body Jumper Antonina watched the faces of the people she passed, looking for a certain darkness in their eyes. It was a sharpness with a certain gleam that penetrated everything those eyes looked at. She could recognize it instantly if … Continue reading

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The Destruction of RSS Intrepid – The Speakeasy

Written for the Speakeasy. A story about how the mighty fall begins after the image. Genre: Science Fiction/Space Opera The Destruction of RSS Intrepid “Don’t blame the sinner. It is the hubris of the mighty that eventually defeats them. Not … Continue reading

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The Lottery Ticket – The Speakeasy at Yeah Write

  The Lottery Ticket There was a loud crash in the hallway. Elspeth looked up from her computer. With a groan she stepped out the bedroom door. The front door was open and cold January snow blew in. The little … Continue reading

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