Now Comes the Darkness
by Joe Zito
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Once I was a terrified girl controlled by the deviant actions of my aunt, too afraid to tell anyone what was going on in that little white farmhouse in 1935, the year of Black Sunday. Some nights I still dream of her creeping up the stairs and into my room. I still dream of the blood. And the darkness.
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