Rag Doll

Rated 4.75/5 based on 8 reviews
If this story doesn't scare you, no story will...

Lucas buys his daughter an old, dirty rag doll at a yard sale one day. But when they return home, they realize they may have brought a sinister force back with them. Are the strange occurrences that soon take place supernatural or mere coincidence? Either way, they lead to an ending you will not soon, if ever, forget.
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Hobbe Noxious reviewed on on April 15, 2015

Cute, short read. Reminds me of something from Nick at Night, like "Are You Afraid of The Dark?", or maybe "Goosebumps". Not exactly scary, so much as scary-themed. The only criticism I have is that the pacing and wording was awkward, at times. Three out of ten; would recommend to my kids. If I had any.
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Angela Hope reviewed on on Nov. 27, 2014

Another gem by an extremely talented writer.
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Tanya Freeth reviewed on on March 12, 2014

I really enjoyed it , though I was dying to know why the ragdoll was so evil, Brilliant cover.
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rick moschgat reviewed on on March 15, 2013

This is the type of short story that I love. True to the description there were some really scary moments. The ending was something that I never saw coming and one that left me thinking. As I write this review I still have the last few lines of this story running through my head. I cannot recommend this story enough to any fan of horror!
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Scott A. Borgman reviewed on on March 14, 2013

Very creepy tale. Well written, and left an impression of wanting to go make sure neither of my daughters had any creepy rag dolls lying around forgotten in their rooms!
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S. L. Wallace reviewed on on March 6, 2013

A gem of a creepy short story. Give me a moment. I need to go hug my little girl some more.
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Deliah Kiester reviewed on on March 2, 2013

I do not fear the story but I did quite enjoy it just the same. Found it well written and an imaginitive piece.
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David H. Keith reviewed on on March 2, 2013

I took McCombs' challenge. I wasn't scared, not one bit. That said, I *did* enjoy the piece very much and think McCombs has as warped an imagination as I have - which may be part of the reason I wasn't scared.

Overall, very well-written without being preachy or pedantic- just a tiny, well-crafted tale of the macabre. Good job.

David H. Keith
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