Douglas Fairbanks

Biography

Douglas Fairbanks (no, not the Douglas Fairbanks, it should be noted) is an enignatic individual. If there are two things he enjoys above all, they are being different and telling a good story. Perhaps he gets it from having been conceived on an oil platform off the coast of South America to a Belizean mother and an American expatriate father, a claim that serves these purposes splendidly, despite his unwillingness to corroborate it. Regardless, he is an unnervingly talented individual, in the sense that he is at his best when he is getting things done for others, so long as they don't ask how he does what he does. That would "spoil the magic," as he is wont to say, and might also lead to indictments, which he is often quick to add. Ever cool and collected—sometimes to disturbing levels—Mr. Fairbanks serves Darkwater Syndicate as an associate editor working closely with Ramiro Perez de Pereda. He writes horror and bizarro fiction.

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Corn Hand, Illinois: A Tale of Terror
Price: Free! Words: 4,770. Language: English. Published: June 30, 2018 by Darkwater Syndicate, Inc.. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Weird fiction
Allan Landis is an amateur ufologist with a regular podcast. After learning of extraterrestrial sightings in the vicinity of Corn Hand, Illinois, he sets off for the small town. He sets up his equipment and makes contact with alien lifeforms, though his breakthrough experience could cost him more than he bargained for.

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