To applaud the US Army's capture of Saddam Hussein, and therefore in retrospect justify its invasion and occupation of Iraq, is like deifying Jack the Ripper for disemboweling the Boston Strangler.
A writer from Greenville sent me one of the most detailed such stories that I've received.
King Ed King.
He was no exception.
It would have made up for the fact I was making less than every tech I asked.
Some of us recognize the look in their eyes, the bite of fear in the air.
She was terrified of him.
And I was allowed down into a dungeon where she had a man in a cage.
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As they innocently played, I could feel the dread in my limbs, as an unknown figure crept up the steps.
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Ghost of an usher who reportedly can be seen in the theater's balconey.