Creepy Time Volume 1: Horror Stories

RFC EDITORIAL Inc.
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Do you like short horror stories?


If your answer is YES ... You are welcome. These stories are short, but I guarantee that you will immerse yourself in the deepest terror that you can know ...

Stories and paranormal experiences that you will never want to happen to you. Welcome to these Creepypastas, to these paranormal experiences that could happen to anyone and that you would never want to be a protagonist.

Welcome to the world of Short Horror Stories...

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About the author

Robinson Fowler is the bestselling author of: Anunnaki: Reptilians in the History of Humankind, Creepy Time Saga, The Witch.

An Industrial Engineer who works as Operations Supervisor, he lives in West End, Boston with his girlfriend, Alice.

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Publisher
RFC EDITORIAL Inc.
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Published on
Nov 10, 2019
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Pages
41
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Horror
Fiction / Short Stories (single author)
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