Cursed Antiques and Haunted Objects


“……Lewis Vendredi made a deal with the devil to sell cursed antiques. But he broke the pact, and it cost him his soul. Now, his niece Micki, and her cousin Ryan have inherited the store… and with it, the curse. Now they must get everything back and the real terror begins …”

Prologue: Friday the 13th — The Series

            This was the opening dialog to one of my favorite television shows of the late 1980s; Friday the 13th – The Series. As big hair and leg-warmers were going out of style, television was embracing the occult at face value, and in gut-wrenching mannerisms compared to earlier concepts seen on the boob-tube. Though this show has nothing to do with the teen slasher films of the day, or the killer maniac named Jason Vorhees, also known as Friday the 13th, it instead dealt with the concept…

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Published by Jazzi Ryan Ranes

Disseminator of anomalous information. Curator of Letters, Word Maker, Poet, Freethinker.

2 thoughts on “Cursed Antiques and Haunted Objects

  1. Good Lovecraftian style story. I am reminded of Carl Jung’s dream theories that when you dream of being in a building with many floors, as i often do, that the upper floor is the upper consciousness or spiritual, like the room where the bell is, the middle room is the human realm where the bell ringers are, and the lower floor or what is hidden under it is the deep subconscious where things are hidden, where the ghosts of the monks buried their dead.


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