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#COFFINHOP2014: Legends of Urban Horror: A Friend of a Friend Told Me

It’s Coffin Hop time again and the internet is abuzz with horror authors talking about their work! Sirens Call Publications will be featured our library of horror, sure to scare and excite! Be sure to check us out three times a day and enter our giveaway!

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Legends of Urban Horror: A Friend of a Friend Told Me

UL_Front_CoverWe’ve all come across them. The warnings told by a friend of a friend – don’t go in there, I wouldn’t if I were you, did you hear about…? Or perhaps your mind leaps to the cryptozoological realm – creatures barely glimpsed, and yet to be identified. Other spheres of existence – they can’t be real… certainly not until you’ve experienced one!

Maybe the real horror lies in the minds and hearts of others just like you. People with a slightly bent perspective that feed on the fear in others. Twisted souls that would take advantage of the weak, or vulnerable. Those who believe they are doing good for a higher power, or to gain power simply for themselves. Petty vengeance that breathes a life of its own once unleashed.

Whatever your poison, the ten stories in Legends of Urban Horror:  A Friend of a Friend Told Me are sure to intrigue, and perhaps bring back fears long forgotten.

Run, don’t look back… or should you?

Contributing Authors:

Morgan Bauman, Kimberly A, Bettes, Matthew Borgard, Alex Chase, Austin Fikac, K. Trap Jones, Sean Keller, Lisamarie Lamb, Jon Olson, and C.M. Saunders

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2 comments on “#COFFINHOP2014: Legends of Urban Horror: A Friend of a Friend Told Me

  1. Urban legends have always intrigued me. So similar to legends but within an urban context, some of them are too over the top. Psychologically damaging children did actually stop them from sneaking out with boys/girls? Me thinks not!

    Happy hopping!

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