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Electrocuting the Clowns
 
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Ferrel D. Moore
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Electrocuting the Clowns

3.67  ·  Rating Details ·  3 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Teen-aged Orin can barely contain himself when the girl of his dreams invites him to spend the afternoon alone with her after her mother leaves for work. But when he finds out the reason she asked him over involves a wall full evil clown dolls and a homemade electric chair, he begins to have second thoughts.
Kindle Edition, 25 pages
Published (first published January 1st 2011)
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Bishop Harber
May 23, 2013 Bishop Harber rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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This is the second of two shorts from the same author. Electrocuting the Clowns is an awesome idea and near flawless in execution (no pun intended) except for one minor flaw at the end that left me scratching my head. Overall, this is a fun and chilling look into insanity—though this could be defined loosely in this story as its not ever really pin-pointed exactly—and manipulation. I would have liked to see the ending resolve a bit more fully and coherently.
Charles
Nov 19, 2011 Charles rated it it was amazing
An excellent story, and with the money going to an excellent cause--fighting against plagiarism. You can't go wrong with a Ferrel Moore story. He knows the kind of things that creep horror readers out.
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