Once a century, the coven of the sleepy town of Berkshire play a Halloween game, a sadistic contest with its own rules and etiquette. With its insistence on masks, costumes, and other tricks, it is easy to lose sight of the essence of this night, distracted by its own theatrics. However, a new witch to the coven plays a game within a game, reminding her sisters of Halloween's true spirit.
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About the Author
S.E. Casey grew up in New England near a lighthouse. He always dreamed of smashing the lighthouse and building something strange and grotesque with the rubble. This is his writing method for his existential tales focused on a tragic collection of flawed oddities, forgotten places, and fallen characters. Published in many magazines and anthologies, links to his short stories and poetry can be found at [ secaseyauthor.wordpress.com]. Currently, he is working on a collection of interconnected short stories. Time to time, he also passes by the lighthouse which still stands for now.