I am falling behind on answering comments, I’m sorry! I promise I will reply once I’ve gotten my other affairs in order. It’s not easy answering everyone’s questions, and the first and last weeks of every month are always busy — deadlines and whatnot, because dispensing free advice and info here on the blog doesn’t pay the bills, unfortunately 🙂 — so thanks in advance for your patience. 🙂
I’ll tell you a little secret: I’m the worst coward when it comes to scary stories. If I hear or see one, I wouldn’t be able to get the images, actual or imagined, out of my head, so I try never to let them in, in the first place. I can read (and love) a Neil Gaiman, but that’s it. I can’t even remember the last time I watched a horror film.
When my friend Mar Jefferson Go — remember him? He’s the brilliant artist I featured in “It’s All Connected” not so long ago — invited me to like the Four Freaky Kids Facebook page, I didn’t really think anything of it. I didn’t think anything of their tagline either:
We four, we freaky four, promise you, the universe, one strange story every week.
I mean, strange is strange, and scary is scary, and strange isn’t scary…right?
That’s what I tell myself, anyway, every time I see a Four Freaky Kids post, and Every. Time. I’m wrong. I get scared.* And, what’s worse, I actually…kind of…like it.
This is their latest story:
Four Freaky Kids is composed of Anne Amores, Luis Diores, Mar Jefferson Go, and Katrena Malicay. You can Like their Facebook page or follow them on Instagram to see each new FFK story as it comes out.
* I know. My threshold for scary isn’t very high to start with, and then the stories make me imagine all sorts of things. #wimp
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