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About K.N. Johnson
K.N. Johnson's dark tale "Frigid" won Mythraeum’s Pygmalion contest and was turned into a short film by Mythraeum, LLC and Loste Films. You can read this story through the link on her Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/knjohnsonauthor/#
Her short stories have appeared in several anthologies plus Proximity Magazine, a literary magazine featuring true stories. And, yes, sadly, her story "When to Walk Away" is true.
As a volunteer for local headstone restoration and a member of a ghost investigation group, Johnson discovers stories in the dark, abandoned corners of history and local lore.
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