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  Munseys: Twilight Zone

Twilight Zone

Mary Keegan
Pulp Fiction
A different story.


(By: tooslowglass)
With prose surprisingly sparse, modern, direct, and evocative, Mary Keegan tells a quick tale that would not have been out of place a half-century later (or more) on the various incarnations of a certain tv show. One can almost imagine a whip-pan from the sick-bed at the end of the first scene to Rod Serling saying \"Presented for your approval: Mary Webster, who may have just pulled her husband back through the gate of death, but may have taken her marraige through s door into...The Twilight Zone.\"

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