The Elvis Room by Stephen Graham Jones

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Tiny Window “Short stories are tiny windows into other worlds and other minds and other dreams. They are journeys you can make to the far side of the universe and still be back in time for dinner.” –  N eil Gaiman.


The Elvis room by Stephen Graham Jones strikes the division bell between science and the supernatural and asks us to choose a corridor. Only these corridors are in hotels where the dead room at night looking for a chance to see a glimpse of life. The story revolves around an ambitious professor who finds himself cut off from his research and peers due to a miscalculated experiment. Research involving Patient 039, or Mary, a woman convinced her twin now stalks her life, haunting her in the darkness. The resulting exposure as tabloid fodder claiming the proof of ghosts leaves him without a job or a marriage. However during his enforced exile living in a city…

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