The Agoraphobics: Goodnight Moon

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Where do monsters move? In small places. Goodnight Moon is an introduction to a world of spaces with snug walls and close ceilings, and the entities that dwell within them: The Agoraphobics. Here is the Thing Under the Bed, and Jamie, the little boy left alone with it. More
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About Izzy Winchester

Where do monsters move?

In small places.

Izzy Winchester bites his nails too much, sleeps too little, and sometimes writes stuff. He goes more commonly by the name "Delcat", if you were wondering. His avatar and cover images are drawn by the amazingly talented Toastuh, whose amazing webcomic resides at http://attendance.comicgenesis.com/.

As for the rest, we'll just have to see.

Got a question for the author? Ask it at askshotgun.tumblr.com. Ask him anything! He's sad and lonely and has too much time on his hands. Clearly.

For another (exclusive!) free sample, check out Izzy's winning entry in Bogleech.com's Creepypasta Cookoff, They Go Deep (http://www.bogleech.com/creepy/creepy-theygodeep.html). Then go back to the main site and check out all the other neat stuff!

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Reviews

Review by: Ernest Winchester on Aug. 27, 2013 : star star star star star
I downloaded this story only because of the name connection. It’s not a genre I normally read. At my age I don’t remember such childish fears—no, that’s not true. I remember listening in the night as planes flew over our house. We lived near a small municipal airport so they went over often. I was sure they were going to drop a bomb on my bedroom. But the story? Good. Well written, and certainly makes the reader feel the fear.
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Review by: Melody Hewson on July 09, 2013 : star star star star star
I wish I could explain just how much I loved this short story as well as the author wrote it. Beautiful choices of wording, and I was certainly checking under MY bed (as well as over my shoulder) while I read it. Truly impressive story. I look forward to reading more from this author.
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Review by: Ophelia Keys on Jan. 18, 2012 : star star star star
Truly creepy!
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