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Michael Thomas-Knight
Michael Thomas-Knight haunts the local coffee shops of Long Island, NY, somewhere between a famous house in Amityville and Joel Rifkin's lovely home. Michael's horror fiction has been published in Twisted Dreams Magazine, Infernal Ink Magazine, Wycked Mystic, Reaper's Harvest, Microhorror.com,... show more

Michael Thomas-Knight haunts the local coffee shops of Long Island, NY, somewhere between a famous house in Amityville and Joel Rifkin's lovely home. Michael's horror fiction has been published in Twisted Dreams Magazine, Infernal Ink Magazine, Wycked Mystic, Reaper's Harvest, Microhorror.com, SNM Horror Magazine, Dark Eclipse, Fiction Terrifica, and The Carnage Conservatory. Michael's fiction has also been in many horror anthology books including: Ghosts: Revenge, Journals of Horror, Stomping Grounds, Shadow Masters, From Beyond The Grave, 100 Doors to Madness, Miseria's Chorale, Cellar Door II and O Little Town of Deathlehem.As a teen, Michael would indulge in the latest issues of Famous Monsters, Creepy, and Eerie magazines, where he learned about Horror films and Horror fiction. Living only two blocks from a movie theater, he had spent plenty an hour getting himself scared senseless with movies such as: Carrie, Jaws, Halloween, and Nightmare on Elm Street. He had a strong affinity for the supernatural; ghosts, spirits, voodoo, and even spent some time to investigate local paranormal activities.You can find Michael at his blog, Parlor of Horror, which deals with all things horror: movies, books, and articles for the horror enthusiast.
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Scarlet's Web
Scarlet's Web rated it 5 years ago
Review copy provided by Terry M. West in return for an honest review.I used to spend many a sleepless night on Reddit reading the horror case files and found footage horror stories. Journals of Horror is much the same but in book format, so I was looking forwards to this one. There are so many stori...
The Primroses Were Over
The Primroses Were Over rated it 5 years ago
In the end, I was disappointed with this collection. The frame story was completely awesome. I was not expecting pretty much anything that I read. The following stories, painted as "case files," were almost invariably a letdown. Quite a few of them deviated from theme and were absolutely not beli...
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