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StevenClark
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Writerís Choice

3.93 - Cold Blood  by Paul Knauer (PKCardinal) writing as Anonymous - Short, Horror - A young woman is haunted by the history of her new home.

Writerís Also Liked

3.85 - Sickening Desires by Bill Sarre (Reef Dreamer) writing as Anonymous4 - Short, Horror, Action - Desperate to keep her marriage together, a wife hatches a plan to arouse her husband's inner desires.
3.63 - The Art of War by Praneel Nand (praneelnand) writing as Nameless Jones - Short, Horror, Psychological - A late night Halloween party comes to an end, so the real fun can begin. Terror comes in grizzly fashion as the Deed's learn that secrets can lead to an early grave.
3.62 - The Vampire Affair by Marnie Mitchell (marnieml) writing as Anonymous3 - Short, Horror, Psychological - Suspicions that his brother's new girlfriend is evil are clarified on Halloween night.
3.56 - The Night He Came Back by Zack Akers (Zack) writing as Kevin Bacon (the one from Footloose) - Short, Horror, Slasher, Holiday - 37 years ago, the small town of Milford, Ohio was terrorized by a sadistic psychopath. Tonight, he's back.

The Rest (in no particular order)

Twins by Jeff Bush (Dreamscale) writing as Can't Be Bothered To Type My Email Address - Short, Horror, Action - After the Halloween party is over, the true spirit of the Season kicks into gear and an affluent family will never be the same.
For The Love of Satan by Alex Webb (Anon) writing as Al Gore - Short, Horror, Action - A man must sacrifice his wife for the love of Satan.
Devil's Night Massacre by Rene Claveau (ReneC) writing as My New Favorite Holiday - Short, Horror, Action - A couple fight for their lives when killers target them after their Devil's Night Halloween party.
Three Blocks by Chris Behn (ChrisBehn) writing as Anonymous - Short, Horror Psychological - Two newlyweds are forced to confront a deep-seated fear when a malicious entity closes in on their home.
The Frequency of Fear by Joe Garza (SPQR) writing as S. Le Fanu II - Short, Horror, Supernatural - Some ghosts from the past aren't content to remain in the past.

Last Halloween by Andrew Lightfoot (Lightfoot) writing as Anonymous5 - Short, Horror, Gothic - For this grandmother, Halloween is the best day of the year. Too bad it will be her last.
Party Out Of Bounds by John Staats (JEStaats) writing as Too Ashamed to Admit - Short, Horror, Action - The party just gets more interesting after the last guests leave.
End Of The Harvest by Darren Seeley (Darren JamesSeeley) writing as Miles Bennell - Short, Horror, Slasher - After a Halloween party, a bloody mess still has be cleaned up.
What Was That by Chris Bodily (ChrisBodily) writing as Robert A. Duke - Short, Horror, Psychological, Supernatural - A scream she heard in her suburban house leads a young woman and her partner to question her sanity, especially since she's recovering from emotional abuse.
Paralysis by Ryan Beane (RyanBeane) writing as Terrance Parker - Short, Horror, Psychological - A young, anxiety-filled teen has a hard time telling his sleep paralysis demon apart from mind to reality, hours after a rambunctious Halloween party.
Curse of Osiris by Mark-Curtis Dunn (currentcmine) writing as Anonymous Ra - Short, Horror, Body - After their Halloween party, Brenda and Carl discover that putting things to bed are more hazardous than normal.
The Magic Candy by Roland S. Jefferson (RolandJ) writing as Dark Tower - Short, Horror, Family - Some Halloween candy purchased over the internet has some very peculiar qualities.
The Halloween After Party by Vanja Lea Kocen (Vanja) writing as Anonymous2 - Short, Horror, Holiday - A couple just ended cleaning up after an awesome Halloween party they hosted every year. Mike hears a scream. As they try to find who is screaming more strange things start happening.



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Congrats to Paul. Truly worthy script.

And Bill, who always cries about how bad his work is then proceeds to leave us all in the dust.

Congrats to everyone for entering! Well done, SSers!!!


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Big congrats to Paul. And to everyone else who participated in the challenge. This was a fun one.


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Congrats Paul! Cold Blood was my top pick, a well deserved win.

And congrats to the runners up, all good entries. I had The Vampire Affair and Sickening Desires as among my top picks as well, the other two a little lower down.

I also had Can't You Hear It and For The Love Of Satan high up on my list, though I'm not surprised they didn't do as well. I think they're excellent scripts that could be tremendous with a little more work.


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Well done Paul you legend!

And well done to the those who placed, top work. Some strong writers around here.

Reading the entries was fun, illuminating, frustrating, entertaining and inspiring. Well done all.

And congrats to Steven for running a smooth OWC


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Congrats Paul, no surprises there


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YEOWEEEE....(note- I must remember which script that came from)

Wow, Iím stunned.

Well done Paul, great effort.

And also , Praneel,   marnie (especially, well done you) and Zack.

It is an honour, free of charge for those who miss that factor, to take part. Thanks Don and Steven.

My fav, for its bonkers approach, was For the Love of Satan. Flawed, but great potential.well done, Alex. Hope you can fine tune this.


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I read Paulís and Marnieís, Congrats, great work you two. Want to read Billís. You came back strong.
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Nicely done Paul! You're on a roll as you've been winning and placing well in the last couple OWCs and 2019 tourney. Cold Blood was top notch.

Great work from Praneel, Marnie and Zack, too. Kudos!
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Congrats to Paul!

And to the runners up too.

A special shout out to Rene - terrific action writing in Devil's Night Massacre.
And, great job to 'Kevin Bacon' .

Warren, you cometh and then goeth.    What was up with that?


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Quoted from LC

Warren, you cometh and then goeth.    What was up with that?


I wasn't going to take part, but then it seemed like there were only going to be a few entries to read so I wrote something on the day of submission. When the scripts were released and there were 20 I just couldn't commit to reading over 200 pages so I asked Don to pull it.

A mixture of having a bit on my plate at the moment and pure laziness :p

I did read a couple, one of them being Paul's and knowing his writing, the best one came out on top.

I might submit it a bit later, but no one missed out on anything spectacular. It was below average at best.


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Well, it seems it cometh again, cause I just read it.

Whew! That's one gruesome crazy tale, Warren. Shades of Rosemary's Baby with an R-rating.


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Well, it seems it cometh again, cause I just read it.

Whew! That's one gruesome crazy tale, Warren. Shades of Rosemary's Baby with an R-rating.


Oh did it get posted?

I planned on changing a fair few things, but if Don's put it up then that would be the original.


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Congrats Paul, and everyone that entered. I had a lot of fun writing this one and Iím glad I placed (first time). There were a ton of awesome scripts and canít wait to see you guys in the next one. Happy Halloween!
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Oh and congrats to Zack, heís lately up there, nice going!
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