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"Chilling Tales for Dark Nights" hits home
« on: December 23, 2017, 08:44:31 PM »
A little while ago I was listening to an entry in Chilling Tales for Dark Nights on DMDN (where they're used as filler) that I must've heard about 2 years ago.  It was the one about the phantom biker, and I'd forgotten about where it was set.  It was set in the area that I moved into last year, and there's something about its having all these geographic references that I'm now much more familiar with, so I listened more closely.

This story I don't think of as chilling.  To me it's a happy story about someone who defeated both death and the cops and kept on doing what he loved.  It also resonated with me that he, like me, skipped out on the electricity bill when he left his last residence -- although I was just broke, while he had the better excuse of being dead.