Holy moley this just made me laugh myself a near-hernia. Oh my God. https://t.co/sxv85Wb6pL
So, EVERYONE's reporting the fact that EVERYONE is lying about you? So, is the REPORTING on the lie ALSO a lie? https://t.co/MMGZyrVMZP
Imagine Lorre's face in the chest-screen of Arnim Zola. Distorted but over-sharp. And that VOICE. https://t.co/uxuvOvM025
Dwight Frye as The Riddler? https://t.co/BxF8rTK6ZM
Could everyone take 20 seconds to read this? Seriously. https://t.co/48XEbeep1u

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Sat, Oct 07


31 HORROR STORIES -- "Quest for Blank Claveringi" (1967)

@ 12:00 PM

Patricia Highsmith wrote STRANGERS ON A TRAIN and the Ripley novels. She also wrote SPY SMASHER and CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT comics for Fawcett. And she loved animals and bugs.

I don't think she thought bugs liked us too much. At least, the giant snails in this reasonable, matter-of-fact freak show of a story don't seem to friendly.

What's worse -- drowning or being eaten alive? Read this story and find out.



 
 
   
   
   
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