Remember Me 3: The Last Story by Christopher Pike

Wait! Don't! The sharks! They– Eeeehh!

The PikeCast finishes out a trilogy that we began way back in episode 16 by digging into Christopher Pike’s 1995 book Remember Me 3: The Last Story. As it had been prophesized, Grady Hendrix, author of The Final Girl Support Group, My Best Friend's Exorcism, and Paperbacks from Hell, has returned, fulfilling his destiny to complete this trilogy, with a book that bears almost no resemblance to either of the books that came before it, and seems obsessed with the idea that a best-selling author could literally save humanity with their stories.

Someone did not like Shari Cooper writing her stories.

Shari Cooper had died once, and then returned to earth as a Wanderer—a soul who had been given permission to take the place of another soul in a mature body. Shari has regained her memory of her previous life. More than that she has realized her purpose in returning to mortal life. To write stories for young people to help them understand the immortal life that is to follow. Her talent is inspired; her destiny great, and it is not long before Shari and her books are known all over the world.

Then one special night a story of incomparable beauty and mystery comes to her. An ancient tale that speaks of the origin of mankind and the purpose of human life. Quickly, almost in a fever, Shari begins to write it down, sure that it is nothing more than a wonderful fable. But what Shari doesn't know is that her new book is true—a mystical blueprint that warns of a great danger to humanity. From creatures who despise all human beings, but who have a unique and terrifying hatred for Wanderers. Creatures who will go to any length to stop Shari's story from being published.

Creatures who wait unseen outside Shari's door.

Grady Hendrix is an American author, journalist, public speaker, and screenwriter known for his best-selling 2014 novel Horrorstör. Hendrix lives in Manhattan and was one of the founders of the New York Asian Film Festival. 

See You Later by Christopher Pike

We're Having Science for Breakfast!

Pike superfan Danielle Sepulveres rejoins The Pikecast to dig into Christopher Pike's 1990 novel See You Later, one of the most streamlined Pike books ever, with only eight characters (who really are only four). We lament the lack of space vampires or ancient lizards, and cringe at how prescient the nuclear war plot is.

And check out The Dark Half video game here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJ_wzwsiviU&ab_channel=Stormspirit86

He fell in love with the right girl at the wrong time.


Mark has just graduated from high school and has just fallen in love for the first time. The girl's name is Becky. Unfortunately for Mark, Becky has a boyfriend. Mark tries his best, but he is unable to win Becky for himself.

Then Mark meets a young couple: Vincent and Kara. Both look extremely familiar to him, although he could swear he's never seen them before. They quickly become good friends. Kara does not want Mark to give up on Becky. In fact, Kara is obsessed that Mark and Becky get together. Kara comes up with an elaborate scheme to break up Becky and her boyfriend. Mark thinks the scheme cruel. He tries to stop Kara. He doesn't succeed. Suddenly Becky is a free woman, and Mark can't help but ask her out on a date.

Then things start to get very strange. An evil man appears out of nowhere. Somebody is kidnapped. Somebody is tortured. Kara knows what is happening but she refuses to talk. She has good reason not to, for no one would believe the story she has to tell.

But in the end Mark does believe her, when all he loves appears to be lost and the world stands on the verge of destruction.

Freelance writer mostly covering entertainment, pop culture, women's health and relationships. A Christopher Pike superfan who thinks about Whisper of Death and Remember Me at least twice a week. Loves TV, movies and baseball, specifically the Mets. Is on a lifelong quest to bring back the VH-1 show Pop-Up Video.

The Listeners by Christopher Pike

This is what we look like.

Author Hailey Piper returns The PikeCast to dig into another of Christopher Pike's adult novels, 1994's The Listeners. While touching on many of Pike's recurring themes, including ancient lizard races, The Listener finds a way to be truly terrifying, often as it draws us into a group that may or may not be a cult.

FBI agent David Conner is investigating the Listeners, a channeling group that seems to have access to highly classified information. Though he quickly falls in love with Lucy, one of the twins who are the heart of the group, David remains skeptical about the Listeners' power – until an astonishing experience convinces him that they really can reach into humanity's past and carry ancient wisdom to the present.

But wisdom is not all that lurks in the past, awaiting innocent discovery. The Listeners have tapped into an ancient evil that intends to remake first David and the woman he loves, and then all of mankind, in its own horrifying image.

Hailey Piper is the author of several horror books, such as The Worm and His Kings, The Possession of Natalie Glasgow, Benny Rose the Cannibal King, Queen of Teeth, and most recently her short story collection Unfortunate Elements of My Anatomy. She's a member of the Horror Writers Association, with short fiction appearing in Dark Matter Magazine, The Arcanist, and Year's Best Hardcore Horror. She lives with her wife in Maryland.

Final Friends 3: The Graduation by Christopher Pike

Why didn’t you tell us something actually happens in this book? Wait…Katie did!

Katie Lilly, the artist behind The Haunted Outfit, returns to wrap The Final Friends trilogy up with 1989’s Part 3: The Graduation. It’s immediately evident to all of us that Pike saved all his action and intrigue for this final book for some reason, and both Cooper and Cassie are surprised by how much they enjoyed the close of this trilogy.

It was his last chance to find the answer.

The last day of school had finally arrived, six months after the homecoming dance and the ruin of a princess, and nine months after the big party and the death of an angel. It is to be a busy day; there is the graduation ceremony in the afternoon in the football stadium, and then the senior all-night party aboard a cruise ship heading to Catalina.

But for Michael Olson, it is not a time to celebrate. It is a day to finish an investigation that may cost him his life. It is also a final chance to let the girl of his dreams, Jessica Hart, know his feelings for her.

But the last day will not last long enough.

For Michael or Jessica.

The cruise ship will never reach its destination.

The truth will turn out to be a lie.

Katie is the artist behind The Haunted Outfit, an Instagram creative project where she draws characters from retro teen horror books wearing outfits as described straight from the text. She also has a new podcast called Super Chillers that reviews books from RL Stine, Point Horror, and other scary teen literature.

Final Friends 2: The Dance by Christopher Pike

Good news, people still stand around at a sporting event asking where others are.

Katie Lilly, the artist behind The Haunted Outfit, returns to continue our run of the Final Friends Trilogy from Christopher Pike. As the only one who's read the trilogy before, Katie is forced to smile through Cassie and Cooper's WILD speculation. 

He searched for a murderer that couldn't exist.

The party was over. Alice McCoy was dead – a depressed girl who'd taken a loaded gun to her head. At least that was what everyone thought. Everyone except Michael Olson. He knew it was no suicide. But how could he prove it? How could he catch a murderer that seemingly had the power to walk through walls?

And how could he tell Jessica Hart that he loved her when she obviously preferred someone else? Michael did not know, but he would try his best.

It would not be enough. For him or Jessica.

The homecoming dance will end like the party – in horror.

The murderer will walk through another wall…

Katie is the artist behind The Haunted Outfit, an Instagram creative project where she draws characters from retro teen horror books wearing outfits as described straight from the text. She also has a new podcast called Super Chillers that reviews books from RL Stine, Point Horror, and other scary teen literature.

Final Friends 1: The Party by Christopher Pike

We'd tell you what the book is about, but we're waiting for someone. Don't go anywhere!

Katie Lilly, the artist behind The Haunted Outfit, joins us to “run the series” as we begin tackling the Final Friends Trilogy from Christopher Pike. It won't take long for you to figure out that, well, we weren't to crazy about it. But at least Katie, who's read all three, assures us that SOMETHING happens in the other two books.

When Mesa High closed, more than half the students were sent to Tabb High. Among them were Jessica Hart and her best friends, Sara Cantrell, Polly McCoy and Polly's younger sister—Alice.

Together they decided to have a “get to know each other” party. They invited dozens of people: Michael Olson—shy as he was brilliant; Nick Grutler—powerful and insecure; Bill Skater—the handsome quarterback, Clair Hilrey—the gorgeous cheerleader, and “Bubba”—whom all the girls loved and hated.

But some people came that weren't invited.

And the evening ended in horror.

Most figured it was a suicide, they figured wrong.

Katie is the artist behind The Haunted Outfit, an Instagram creative project where she draws characters from retro teen horror books wearing outfits as described straight from the text. She also has a new podcast called Super Chillers that reviews books from RL Stine, Point Horror, and other scary teen literature.

The Cold One by Christopher Pike

We were conditioned in the void.

Author Hailey Piper joins The PikeCast to deconstruct Christopher Pike's batshit crazy 1995 adult novel The Cold One. With so many characters, plot twists, horrifying revelations, gruesome murders, and of course, a healthy amount of Hindu mysticism, this book is both unlike any we've done before, and also a clear result from everything that has come before.

In The Cold One, Christopher Pike creates a villain whose soft touch can wither a person's soul, whose great beauty conceals a black heart, and whose breath carries death in every exhalation.

An emotionless being of great and ancient evil, the Cold One exists only to destroy mankind.

Hailey Piper is the author of several horror books, such as The Worm and His Kings, The Possession of Natalie Glasgow, Benny Rose the Cannibal King, Queen of Teeth, and most recently her short story collection Unfortunate Elements of My Anatomy. She's a member of the Horror Writers Association, with short fiction appearing in Dark Matter Magazine, The Arcanist, and Year's Best Hardcore Horror. She lives with her wife in Maryland.

The Immortal by Christopher Pike

Yes, Have a Murder Burger!

Christopher Pike superfan Danielle Sepulveres joins us again to discuss a novel rife with horniness, boyfriend stealing, gods and goddesses, and screenplays that are startling reminiscent of other Christopher Pike books, for 1993's The Immortal

The ancient artifact was cursed.

Josie is on vacation in Greece with her father, his new girlfriend, and her best friend. While visiting the sacred island of Delos, she accidentally stumbles upon an ancient artifact—a tiny statue of a Goddess. Immediately Josie is enchanted by the statue and she takes it with her when she leaves the island.

Then the trouble starts. A guy takes her for a boat ride and she is almost killed. Then the image of the Goddess begins to haunt her dreams. The Goddess wants something from Josie that she doesn't want to give.

The immortal wants to be mortal.

The Goddess wants Josie's life.

Freelance writer mostly covering entertainment, pop culture, women's health and relationships. A Christopher Pike superfan who thinks about Whisper of Death and Remember Me at least twice a week. Loves TV, movies and baseball, specifically the Mets. Is on a lifelong quest to bring back the VH-1 show Pop-Up Video.

Weekend by Christopher Pike

Good for kids.

The PikeCast returns to the Point Horror era of Christopher Pike with 1986's Weekend, a book that feels, in many ways, like Pike just chose to rip himself off by duplicating Slumber Party nearly entirely. We're joined by Alana Phelan, the Polyamorous Librarian to discuss the good, the decent, and the obnoxious in this, again, overstuffed book.

The dream became a nightmare.

The weekend in Mexico sounded like a dream vacation. Four guys, five girls – and a gorgeous oceanside mansion all to themselves. It should have been perfect.

Except nothing was going the way they'd planned. There was the girl upstairs who was fighting for her life. The phone lines that went dead. And the explosion in the garage that could have killed them all.

But not even that prepared them for what happened next. Because while they were getting some sun, someone else was getting revenge – and the terror wouldn't stop until the weekend was over.

Alana Phelan is a writer and degreed librarian out of Southern New Jersey. Along with Kevin A. Patterson, she is the author of the For Hire series of superhero novels and has received an Effing Grant for an upcoming book about non-monogamous relationships. She's also spoken across the country on topics from building alternative library collections to coded queerness in science fiction.

Chain Letter 2: The Ancient Evil by Christopher Pike

The one with multiple library thefts.

The PikeCast wraps up Sequel September with a sequel to one of his Christopher Pike's earliest books, 1992's Chain Letter 2: The Ancient Evil, which takes a simple revenge story/I Know What You Did Last Summer rip-off and adds, well, an Ancient Evil. In the spirit of sequel September we're again joined by a returning guest, Jenny Nulf, whose enthusiasm for this book came from way back in middle school when she stole it from the library.

The chain letter returned like a curse.

Another chain letter has arrived. The group decides that it must be a joke. After all, the perpetrator of the original chain letter is dead and buried, the victim of a horrible illness. Yet the new chain letter is similar to the old ones. It is signed “Your Caretaker,” and insists they perform certain deeds, or else they will be hurt.

Fran receives the first letter. She refuses to perform her “deed,” and almost immediately she is killed. Then the group realizes that the letters are no joke, and that the power that originally drove their friend to start the chain letters – the same power that killed him – is still alive.

And hungry for more victims.

Jenny Nulf has extensive experience in the film industry as a film distributor, critic, and festival programmer.

The Last Vampire 2: Black Blood by Christopher Pike

We kiss. Hmm. Yuck.

Joe Lipsett, The PikeCast's first guest from way back in episode one, returns to discuss another return, that of Christopher Pike's Last Vampire Alisa Perne / Sita. The ‘Cast is thrilled that this sequel provides a far better follow-up than the last episode, and continues Sequel September in style.

Where had the new vampires come from?

Alisa and her partner, Ray, thought that they were the last vampires.

Suddenly, however, in one area of the United States, there is a series of brutal murders that can only be the work of other vampires.

Who created these creatures?

How can they be stopped?

Special Guest: Joe Lipsett

Joe Lipsett is a freelance film critic with bylines in Bloody Disgusting, Anatomy of a Scream, Grim Magazine and a bunch of other sites. He is the co-host of two podcasts: Horror Queers, which considers horror movies through a queer lens, and Hazel & Katniss & Harry & Starr, which explores film and television adaptations of young adult literature.

Remember Me 2: The Return by Christopher Pike

You never forget your WORST time.

The PikeCast is thrilled to welcome back author of The Final Girl Support Group, My Best Friend's Exorcism, and Paperbacks from Hell, Grady Hendrix to discuss our first book for Sequel September, Christopher Pike's 1994 book Remember Me 2: The Return, a bizarre rehash of the plot of the first book laden with a ridiculous amount of Latinx stereotypes, an astonishing seeming hatred for the disabled, and a plot that seemingly cares so little about its main characters that it first takes a short story digression that has nothing to do with the main plot yet lasts 13% of the page count, and then just removes all but one of the characters from the first half in favor of the first book's characters. Join us for the lowest rated Pike book so far!

They called her a Wanderer.

Shari Cooper is dead, the victim of a murderous attack. She is on the other side, in a place of spirits, an eternal realm of light and love. But she is given a rare offer. To return to earth without having to be reborn. Into the body of a depressed teenage girl. A transfer of souls, they call it. Shari is given a chance to be a Wanderer, and to do a great service for humanity. It is an offer she gladly accepts.

Then she is back, in a human body. Yet she does not remember being Shari Cooper. At first she recalls nothing of the afterlife. Perhaps it is just as well. Not everybody on earth welcomes Wanderers. Of the few who know of their existence, some want them dead. And others, the truly evil ones, wish them much worse than that.

Grady Hendrix is an American author, journalist, public speaker, and screenwriter known for his best-selling 2014 novel Horrorstör. Hendrix lives in Manhattan and was one of the founders of the New York Asian Film Festival. 

Road to Nowhere by Christopher Pike

There's Always a Spaceship From the Mind of God!

The PikeCast welcomes Jude Doyle author of Trainwreck: The Women We Love to Hate, Mock and Fear… and Why and Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers: Monstrosity, Patriarchy and the Fear of Female Power to take a ride down the Road to Nowhere, Christopher Pike's 1993 novel that is a journey through a liminal world while storytelling about relationships falling apart.

A dark and stormy night.


Teresa Chafey is running away from home. Driving north along the California coast, she picks up two mysterious hitchhikers: Poppy Corn and Freedom Jack. Together the three of them tell stories: Teresa, of her devastating relationship with her boyfriend; Poppy, of a
sad young woman she once knew; and Freedom, of a talented young man with a violent temper.

Yet as they talk a darker story unfolds around them. A story of life and death, of redemption and damnation. It will be the longest night of Teresa's life.

Maybe the last night of her life.

Jude Ellison S. Doyle is the author of Trainwreck: The Women We Love to Hate, Mock and Fear… and Why and Dead Blondes and Bad Mothers: Monstrosity, Patriarchy and the Fear of Female Power. Their columns on gender, power and pop culture can be found all across the Internet. Their first comic book, MAW, is forthcoming from BOOM Studios in September 2021.

The Season of Passage by Christopher Pike

These space vampires have us greased!

The PikeCast is joined by freelance writer and Christopher Pike superfan Danielle Sepulveres to tackle the first adult novel from Christopher Pike, 1992's The Season of Passage, a book that seems to have a Pike variety pack of interests with vampires, ghosts, lizard people, and outer space. It's violent, scary, and loooong, and we enjoy it thoroughly!

Love me, the voice said. I am not evil.


Dr. Lauren Wagner was a celebrity. She was involved with the most exciting adventure mankind had ever undertaken. The whole world admired and respected her.

But Lauren knew fear.

Inside-voices entreating her to love them.

Outside-the mystery of the missing group that had gone before her. The dead group. But were they simply dead? Or something else?

A terrifying novel of horror-and, surprisingly, of salvation-from one of Americas bestselling writers. A novel you won't forget.

Freelance writer mostly covering entertainment, pop culture, women's health and relationships. A Christopher Pike superfan who thinks about Whisper of Death and Remember Me at least twice a week. Loves TV, movies and baseball, specifically the Mets. Is on a lifelong quest to bring back the VH-1 show Pop-Up Video.

The Wicked Heart by Christopher Pike

That being said, winkey-face to all the ladies…I’m not straight!

Filmmaker, screenwriter and podcaster Toni Cunningham returns to The PikeCast to dissect 1993's The Wicked Heart, a story of moony relationship regret, early internet chatrooms, serial killers, and suddenly Nazis. We all really enjoy the book, and do spend a good long time discussing the pros and cons of using Nazis as boogymen.

He did not want to kill.


Dusty Shame was a high school senior, and a serial killer. Already he has murdered three young women, and he has more planned. Yet Dusty did not want to hurt anybody. There was something inside him, or perhaps outside him, that compelled him to kill.

Sheila Hardolt has lost her best friend to Dusty's insane attacks. It will be her task to probe the clues Dusty has left at the site of each of his murders. Clues that will point her into the past—to a time when a large portion of mankind lost all sense of decency.

There she will find the seed of Dusty's evil compulsion, the Wicked Heart, and the reason
why it did not die the first time it was destroyed.

Sometimes it is OK to not be OK. That is the central theme in the work of screenwriter Toni Cunningham. She is currently working on her Masters Degree in Media Arts and Studies while chasing her dream of being a writer/director. Whether she is writing a dystopian science-fiction short or a coming-of-age feature, the goal of her work is to always let the reader know that “other” is perfect.

Witch by Christopher Pike

Gross. Sick. Yuck.

The PikeCast welcomes another Loser to the show to discuss Christopher Pike's 1990 book Witch. Jenn Adams, cohost of The Loser's Club Stephen King Podcast, and the Psychoanalysis Podcast joins us for a meandering exploration of a book that gets so much right while still suffering from some Pike bloat. We talk action, witchcraft, horror, and Stephen King.

She was a good witch.

Julia is a young woman with extraordinary powers. She has the ability to heal people with her touch. She can also know things that are happening in far off places when she looks in water that has sunlight shining on it. She comes from a tradition of witches, of good witches. But before Julia's mother died, she warned her daughter never to look in water that had moonlight shining on it. Unfortunately, almost by accident, Julia does so. What she sees is a vision of the future, a scene in which a young man she doesn't know is shot in a hold-up and dies in her arms. Only later, when Julia attends a football game at school, does she meet the young man.

He is her girlfriend's new boyfriend.

Julia immediately falls for the guy, but it is an ill-fated love. He does not belong to her and he is supposed to die. Or does he have to die? Julia doesn't know if her vision of the future is set, or if it can be changed. She doesn't know why the gunman in her vision evokes such hatred in her, and why she feels she must destroy him at all costs. But using the supernatural powers at her command, and
risking her own life, plus the lives of her friends, Julia will find the answers to all these questions, at a terrible cost.

Jenn is a writer and podcaster from Nashville, TN. She co-hosts both Psychoanalysis: A Horror Therapy Podcast and The Loser’s Club: A Stephen King Podcast. She is the author of the Strong Female Antagonist blog and will gladly talk your ear off about final girls, feminism, and Stephen King.

The Lost Mind by Christopher Pike

OMG, they're all “doin' it!”

Award winning horror film theorist and analyst turned screenwriter and co-host of the podcast This Ends at Prom, BJ Colangelo joins The PikeCast to look at Christopher Pike's 1995 novel The Lost Mind. While we all found something to enjoy within the pages, the sadly very stereotypical middle eastern descriptions take us in a deep dive to the problematic Pike section.

She didn't know what she had done.

She awoke in the woods beside a dead body. There was a knife in her hand, blood on
her clothes. Had she killed the young woman who lay beside her? She couldn't remember.

She couldn't remember anything.

Not even her own name.

It was as if someone had stolen her mind.

Stolen her soul.

BJ Colangelo is an award winning horror film theorist and analyst turned screenwriter from the Midwest known for her work analyzing gender, sexuality, and social impacts in genre films. Her work has been featured both online and in print and she was recently featured in the book 1001 Women in Horror, as a panelist for El Rey's TOP 5, and as a panelist for the “Queer Fear” panel at San Diego Comic-Con in 2019. BJ also co-hosts the podcast ‘This Ends at Prom' analyzing films marketed to teen girl audiences with her wife, Harmony from the cis and trans femme lens. In her spare time, BJ lives to annoy her wife by belt singing early 00s pop punk and show tunes from musicals no one other than her remembers.

The Starlight Crystal by Christopher Pike

Epilogue, more like epi-long!

Author Hailey Piper joins The PikeCast to deconstruct Christopher Pike's 1996 Sci-Fi novel The Starlight Crystal. What starts out as a straight forward discussion about the book descends quickly into madness as nearly all of the Pikers lose the thread and find an inability to really discuss the book as it is. 

The secret mission lasted forever.

It is two hundred years in the future. Eighteen-year-old Paige Christian has been given a chance to join the crew of the Traveler — a special spaceship designed to circle the solar system at near light speed. One day aboard the Traveler is equal to ten years on earth. The Traveler is a time capsule as
well as a spaceship. Its purpose is to study the changes on earth throughout two centuries, and then return home.

But something happens to the Traveler. Something also happens to the earth, an awful thing. And the years pass, billions of them, and still Paige Christian lives, and remembers all those she left behind. Until the day she finally does come home, to a world and a future no human being could have imagined.

Hailey Piper is the author of several horror books, such as The Worm and His Kings, The Possession of Natalie Glasgow, Benny Rose the Cannibal King, Queen of Teeth, and most recently her short story collection Unfortunate Elements of My Anatomy. She's a member of the Horror Writers Association, with short fiction appearing in Dark Matter Magazine, The Arcanist, and Year's Best Hardcore Horror. She lives with her wife in Maryland, where they move much much slower than the speed of light.

The Grave by Christopher Pike

Maybe all this had something to do with aliens.

Filmmaker Jenn Wexler joins The PikeCast to talk about Christopher Pike's 1999 novel The Grave, its similarities and differences from earlier Pike novels, and the growth of the author. It's a confused story of zombies, genetic engineering, Jesus babies, and vampirism, and it's all VERY Pike.

The Grave is not the end of the story…

It begins with an innocent young man being led deep into the woods by a mysterious young lady. There he is attacked by a cruel cult, stripped of his clothes, thrown naked into a coffin, and buried alive to the sound of strange chants.

It continues with a pretty girl meeting a fascinating guy. A guy who is not like other guys. Who hardly seems to blink…or breathe, and who emits a cool presence even in the midday sun.

It ends in a nightmare. In a weird realm of existence where life and death mirror each other. Where the grave no longer promises any escape, from pleasure or pain.

Jenn Wexler is a writer and director whose directorial debut, THE RANGER, world premiered at the SXSW Film Festival and was released by AMC’s Shudder. She is the producer of acclaimed and award-winning genre films DEPRAVED, DARLING, LIKE ME, PSYCHOPATHS, and MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND.

Chain Letter by Christopher Pike

Why are there so many characters?!

Gory Cory joins us as we go back to the early days for 1986's Chain Letter, and are immediately overwhelmed by far too many characters, some really nonsensical twists, and someone who must have superhuman strength to pull all this off.

We also must share The Haunted Outfit's Joan

https://www.instagram.com/p/CAlZZv_l5ai/

She did not understand that she was dead.

When Alison first read the chain letter signed “Your Caretaker;' she thought it was some terrible sick joke. Someone, somewhere knew about that awful night when she and six other friends committed an unthinkable crime in the desolate California desert. And now that person was determined to make them pay for it.

One by one, the chain letter was coming to each of them…demanding dangerous, impossible deeds…threatening violence if the demands were not met. No one out of the seven wanted to believe that this nightmare was really happening to them. Until the accidents started happening
-and the dying…

Cory is a teen horror blogger that runs her own blog GoryCory.com. She is a teen correspondent for Fangoria and the co-host of the Scream Teens podcast on the Anatomy of A Scream network.

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