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Edited by Joe Vaz & Vianne Venter

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The story took a little while to plot. I knew the direction I wanted to go and I had a pretty good idea who some of the main characters would be, but it wasn't until I started writing that all the characters were formed.

Cover Art by Vincent Sammy From Issue 12 (August 2011)
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by M. Scott Carter

Old man Withers was the first to die.
A mean, ornery bastard with a craggy, rough face and the temper of blind sewer rat, the old man hadn’t lived in Bayside very long - two, maybe three years.
The boys at the VFW hall had warned him about Bayside. They’d told him the stories, and the legends, but old man Withers didn’t care. He was the type of crank who’d sue a ten-year-old kid for laughing. He spent his days spying on his neighbors, complaining and making life miserable for the rest of the residents of Bayside.

Cover Art by Vincent Sammy From Issue 12 (August 2011)
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