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I panicked when I lost my son at Disney World, but now I wish that I had flown home without him. • Before she died, my grandmother confessed to me where she really came from. I almost believed her.

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I panicked when I lost my son at Disney World, but now I wish that I had flown home without him. r/nosleep • u/spookyChorror share
Before she died, my grandmother confessed to me where she really came from. I almost believed her. r/nosleep • u/EmergencyDraft share

My grandmother was a very private woman. Even when it came to her own family. She was a German girl, born in Silesia around 1925 or so. That’s about all we ever got to know.

An Appointment r/shortscarystories • u/thelamehelptheblind share

“This is actually a very common type of thinking,” Dr Ostead smiles. “It’s called –“

“Capgras delusion, yes,” Jane sighs impatiently. She traces her fingernails on the arm rest and leaves behind five satisfying trails on the green suede.

A puzzle was found under the great pyramids of Giza r/shortscarystories • u/IamHowardMoxley share

“In 1928, they found a puzzle sealed in a clay room bare of all paints or markings, still under a vacuum 2,000 years later. The puzzle, a tetrahedron made of solid gold, was in the center of the room, floating under no apparent outside influence.

Health care is a human right. At least it used to be r/cryosleep • u/Five_Decades share

I remember reading about this slogan when reading up on world history in the 20th and 21st century, when most nations set up their universal health care systems. They would all say 'health care is a human right, something everyone deserves irrelevant of race, income, age or gender'.

[MF] The Merciless Voice of a Handgun r/shortstories • u/MorphedColor share

“Here you are, sir! One dozen fresh and yummy doughnuts! Satisfaction is guaranteed!”

“I need milk,” said Mr. White abruptly to the fat and jolly man behind the counter.

Mystic World Online r/cryosleep • u/Fournote share

The virtual sun was just over the tall trees of Sahl Forest. I'd been logged in for about an hour, selling the skins I'd gathered the night before.

[SF] They're Back r/shortstories • u/CranesandTrainsNE share

"They're Back"

He pushed firmly on the sewer grate until it popped out.

[SF] Where's My Mind r/shortstories • u/stuartdanker share

"You're not losing your mind, it's being stolen."

"I'm sorry, what? Who's this?"

A terrible night out, some shitty-ass drugs, and a weird phone call. At least Giles now had an explanation for the weird flashing images he'd been seeing.

Mediocrity r/OneParagraph • u/kalenrb share

He had spent years caught in that cycle. Hopelessness following hopefulness, like tides.


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