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Tales From the Darkside, V1

by Mitchell Galin

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A miserly old fool learns the true meaning of trick or treat with a horribly gruesome bag of HALLOWEEN CANDY

A curious college girl discovers the ultimate science experiment crawling under her bead and INSIDE THE CLOSET

A struggling writer masters the soul-shattering power of the "delete" button on THE WORD PROCESSOR OF THE GODS

Strange. Terrifying. Brilliantly chilling. Here are the original stories from the acclaimed TV show, written by today's most inventive storytellers.
Stephen King, George A Romero, Robert Block, Joseph Payne, Brennan Michael McDowell - and many others - will lead you on a bizarre journey to the shadowy realms of the soul. The eerie, unpredictable world of the Darkside.,,
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    WELCOME TO MY CIRCUS.
    TONIGHT YOU WILL SEE WONDERS.

A travesty of a man shuffled down the aisle and into the ring. It was hideous. THE limbs were not identical; they had not come from the same body. The head, waxen and discolored, lolled at an angle, as if insecurely hinged at the neck. It lumbered unsteadily around the sawdust ring, and it smelled. the man-thing did not speak it stumbled over uneven feet, rocking from side to side as it tried to recover balance, and lost its head ... THE CIRCUS
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