The Forgotten: Page 62

Here’s page 62 of The Forgotten
Yup; they’re screwed.


  1. nate, October 2, 2009:

    Glad it’s finally Friday…

    Didn’t see that coming. Hope to see it continue next week.

  2. nate, October 2, 2009:

    Can’t find your review of Midnight Meat Train, so will post a comment here. Hope you don’t mind.

    I watched it last night and thought it was ok. The ending didn’t really explain well enough what was going on. That eye popping scene was pretty good though.

  3. DarkIcon, October 2, 2009:

    Here’s mine:

    Maybe I should start doing those reviews again. I’m not sure why I stopped.

  4. Kragon, October 2, 2009:

    Yeah, you need to. I miss them. I can’t count how many times you’ve saved me from watching a shitty movie. Gotta bring them back. lol

  5. DarkIcon, October 2, 2009:

    I agree. I need something else on this blog other than new-page notifications. Might be time to fire up the flash fiction again, too.

  6. nate, October 2, 2009:

    Like this?

    My wife never liked my learning of taxidermy, even though I improved with each effort. I’ve even learned to make my own molds to overlay the tanned skin onto. Hair and eye colors are exact. Seams are invisible. Posed in a sitting position, she’ll be forever young.

  7. nate, October 2, 2009:

    If it’s not too much trouble, why not create a Category for each one? I keep refreshing the screen and looking at the Random Posts until I find the one I’m looknig for.

  8. Kragon, October 2, 2009:

    I like that one. The Norman Bates complex. lol

  9. epm, October 2, 2009:

    One thing is for sure, the level of bloodlust in the above discussion matches the page 62 that is discussed here.
    I could tell one little history that I do not know if it can be classified as violence or mistery or both. But it is a real life tale and would demand some pages to situate the reader.
    Lets just say that it happened close to my house and that I don´t know if it is excessive force by the police or just severe justice.
    But there was no blood anyway.

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