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Day 79: Driving Me Mad by Jen Mierisch & Possessed by Snigdha Agrawal

Day 79: Driving Me Mad by Jen Mierisch & Possessed by Snigdha Agrawal
Oct 18, 2021 · 5m 21s

Flash fiction and a poem about Tokyo's famous Hachiko statue that offers a glimpse into the humorous side of supernatural stories. Jen Mierisch's dream job is to write Twilight Zone...

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Flash fiction and a poem about Tokyo's famous Hachiko statue that offers a glimpse into the humorous side of supernatural stories.

Jen Mierisch's dream job is to write Twilight Zone episodes, but until then, she's a website administrator by day and a writer of odd stories by night. Jen's work can be found in Horla, Dark Moments, HAVOK, and various horror anthologies. Jen can be found haunting her local library just outside Chicago, USA. Read more at http://www.jenmierisch.com or on Twitter @JenMierisch.

Snigdha Agrawal is Bengali born and resides in Bangalore, India. She is extensively published and writes in all genres of poetry, prose, short stories, travelogues and hotel/restaurant reviews. Raised and educated in a cosmopolitan environment, with exposure to Eastern and Western cultures, her writing reflects a balanced outlook on life. Her family and extended family live in the USA. Educated in Loreto Convents (B.A. Honours, MBA in marketing) she has over two decades of corporate experience.

You can read today's story and all the stories featured on kaidankai at https://www.whiteenso.com/100-stories.html. Follow us on twitter at: Japanese Ghost Stories @ghostJapanese Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kaidankai100/
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