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      An anonymous author’s novel written on the walls of an abandoned house in Chongqing, China (2012) Books & All

    • Lois Pressler

      entire novel written on the walls of abandoned home in chongqing, china by anonymous author

    • Connor Stubblefield

      Her closet door had recently taken to being half open, as if there was something stuck between the door and the frame. One night it was a shoe, the next it was the corner of a spotted rug, and the next it was a book. Then, one night, the door was open to its characteristic crack, only there was nothing there propping it open. It was the first anomily. The second anomlily was that, when she opened the door to search for the culprit, she faced a room that was not her closet. Instead, she had seemed to open the door of a narrow, damp room filled with a cold, white light, though there was no apparent light source. The shadows fell at a slant to the left, but when she looked up to the right, there was nothing there-not even a light bulb. The strangest part was the the white walls were covered in rows of neat Chinese. She could tell by the imperfections of the script that it was all handwritten.

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