Some of the less scrupulous characters take the stage today. Char relates three tales where the actions taken are somewhat questionable in nature. These aren’t role models, kids.
Another “State of Fear” is the first story today, returning to the theme of one local myth or legend from each of the United States of America. This one from Pennsylvania. LOW TIDE AT MONUMENT CEMETERY shows us how old abandoned cemeteries may sometimes come back to haunt those who forget. In NEON MOON, a lovelorn patron of a run-down saloon pines over what may have been, never knowing the object of his affection is less than six feet away. Well, six feet under, anyway. Finally, LOU CARLCOLH relates the first hand experience of a monstrous French legend. One that craves human flesh.
The winds have changed. For now. Come back when they are right again. The circus will return then.