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The House on Lantern Lane

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The house above the hill on Lantern Lane sat quiet and unoccupied for years, undisturbed by the citizens who lived nearby, and with good reason. On this fateful morning, two people will enter the strange courtyard and approach the house, only to find out why the locals say it is best to stay away.

Bone-chilling horror from Bernard Schaffer in this new short story, free on
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ebook, 6 pages
Published April 17th 2013 by Apiary Society Publications
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Feb 16, 2014 rated it liked it
Way too short. This story had potential but didn't go far enough.
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Too short....would make a great expanded piece with further details on the house and what happens next. I did enjoy the author's writing style, though!
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May 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: haunted, 2013-reads
A well-written short and creepy ghost story worth the time. Free on GoodReads.
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Bernard Schaffer is the author of multiple books that span a wide variety of genres. He has worked with famous literary figures such as Harlan Ellison, Alan Dean Foster, J.A. Konrath, and Bill Thompson, the editor who discovered Stephen King and John Grisham.
A decorated police detective, Schaffer's law enforcement philosophy books are taught in major universities and police academies all across t
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