In '30' by Helen Grant, a room at an Oxford college contains something that should never be confronted. But inevitably, someone does. 'Tears From An Eyeless Face' is a bizarre prose-poem by Canadian author Michael Kelly. 'An Element of Blank' by Lynda E. Rucker sees three friends revisit an ill-starred house where, as teenagers, one of them was assailed by an occult entity. 'Wild Dogs' by Adam Golaski takes us out to a night club where the floor show leaves something to be desired - survivors. And in 'Even Clean Hands Can Do Damage' two women who have suffered terrible loss are brought together by the ghost of a child, but it seems that closure is not always on offer to those who deserve it most. Mark Valentine's story 'Vain Shadows Flee', a tribute to the late Joel Lane, sees a man haunted by a hymn-singing vagrant.
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About the Author
David Longhorn has been publishing Supernatural Tales magazine since the beginning of the century. He lives in North East England.