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Phantonics by Kyologist

Phantonics is set on the fictional island of Requiem, where these tiny particles known as phantons are floating around which makeup the soul of each and every person. Sometimes these phantons can react to varying events and grant a person unique powers, referred to as Abilities. Adam Grayson, the protagonist, awakens one of these Abilities one night after meeting . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes twice weekly.
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Call it a Mission by A. A. Roi

The Paranormal Mystery series

Palantine and Co. is an unusual company. But it seems attractive enough to out of work Gary Bellamy, with decent pay and a good benefits package. But things start to get a little strange. The CEO is perpetually out of town, apparently in search of ‘Enlightenment’. His co-workers are involved in research and investigations that appear to involve Bigfoot, ghosts, . . .

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The Paranormal Saints: Subterranean by Mike Monroe

A serial about a group of paranormal investigators and their most notable cases.

99% of all reported paranormal disturbances actually have a natural explanation. Some are hoaxes. Some are misinterpreted events. The other 1% have never been explained through natural means. For these, there are paranormal investigators who can help make sense of these disturbances and deal with any possible dangers. This serial is about some of the more notable cases taken on . . .

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The Night Blogger: The Graveyard Game And Other Cemetery Plots by Al Bruno III

Stalking a world of secrets and nightmares...

The Graveyard Game was a ceremony born of the Internet. As far as I was concerned it was half shadowy rumors and half outright lies, but the chatter on my blog had been enough to make me want to see a game for myself, even if just to debunk it. My name is Brian Foster and some people call . . .

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