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    • Brothel

    • By: Stephanie M. Wytovich
    • Narrated by: Veronica Giguere
    • Length: 2 hrs and 27 mins
    • Unabridged
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    Wytovich plays madam in a collection of erotic horror that challenges the philosophical connection between death and orgasm. There's a striptease that happens in Brothel that is neither fact nor fiction, fantasy nor memory. It is a dance of eroticism, of death and decay. The human body becomes a service station for pain, for pleasure, for the lonely, the confused. Sexuality is hung on the door, and the act of love is far from anything that's decent. Her women spread their legs to violence then smoke a cigarette and get on all fours.

    Regular price: $6.95

    • An Exorcism of Angels

    • By: Stephanie M. Wytovich
    • Narrated by: Corinne Gahan
    • Length: 2 hrs and 8 mins
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    Love is an exorcism of angels... Heaven and Hell are not places, nor times, but rather shared experiences. It's a love whether dark or light, a passion whether of pleasure or pain, and there's a beauty to the ugliness, a smile hidden amongst the tears. Heaven is often defined as paradise; Hell as damnation. The two, while opposites, more often than not, end up being one and the same, especially when it comes to falling in love.  

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    • Dark, Disturbing, Down & Dirty!

    • By Char's Horror Corner on 06-06-18

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    • Hysteria: A Collection of Madness

    • By: Stephanie M. Wytovich
    • Narrated by: Teagan Gardner
    • Length: 1 hr and 25 mins
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    Asylums once used to confine those deemed mentally unfit linger, forgotten behind trees or urban development, beautiful yet desolate in their decay. Within them festers something far more unnerving than unlit corners or unexplained noises: the case files left to molder out of sight, out of conscience. Stephanie M. Wytovich forces your hands upon these crumbling, warped binders and exposes your mind to every taboo misfortune experienced by the outcast, exiled, misbegotten monsters and victims who have walked among us. 

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    • Reminiscent of THE YELLOW WALLPAPER!

    • By Char's Horror Corner on 07-16-18

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    • Mourning Jewelry

    • By: Stephanie M. Wytovich
    • Narrated by: Lesley Ann Fogle
    • Length: 1 hr and 43 mins
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    The tradition of Victorian mourning jewelry began with Queen Victoria after the death of her husband, Prince Albert. Without photography, mementos of personal remembrance were used to honor the dead so that their loved ones could commemorate their memory and keep their spirits close. Ashes were placed within rings, and necklaces were made out of hair, and the concept of death photography, small portraits of the deceased, were often encased behind glass. Wytovich's poetry explores the horror that breeds inside of the lockets, the quiet terror that hides in the center of the rings.

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