Because one book wasn't big enough to contain the insanity! Seventeen MORE tales of supernatural hilarity from new authors and previous Strangely Funny favorites. Strangely Funny 2 1/2 is now available for preorder (domestic only) through our site.
The cover art was done by Monstermatt Patterson, author/artist of Ha-Ha! Horror, mad podcast punster, and the 2014 Winner in Artvoice's "Best of Buffalo" Awards (Best Painter).
"Knewscast" By Kevin Quirt - Reporting the news before it happens can still leave one prey to the unexpected.
"The New Kid" By Tim McDaniel - What happens when the new kid in school is the Antichrist?
"The Pillow" By Fred McGavran - The fountain of youth can also give you a magnetic personality.
"Inheritance" By Kristina R. Mosley - Every family has its skeletons.
"The Snout" By Matthew Pegg - Jon Darkness meets The Gnawer at the Threshold.
"Alien Dust" By Chelsea Nolen - The latest alien abductee isn't getting probed.
"Outsourcing" By Gary Piserchio & Frank Tagader - If you can code in your sleep, these guys still have you beat.
"The Demon of City Hall" By Rosalind Barden - A troll doll is the first victim of demonic activity in an unimportant government office.
"Sadie's Selkie" By C.A. Rowland - A selkie's kiss can be dangerous, given some allergies.
"Getting A Head" By Joette Rozanski - Troll weddings have unusual party favors.
"Folkesmuir" By John Grey - The village's first director of tourism gives his all to bring in visitors.
"Hell's Working Girl" By Dan Foley - A succubus walks into a bar...
"Unimpressed" By David Neilsen - Summoning eldritch creatures as party entertainment proves ill-advised.
"Stephen, the Well-Adjusted Vampire" By Katrina Nicholson - How can a nice vampire find love, when all the girls prefer his bad-boy brother?
"Beehives of the Dead" By Elizabeth Allen - A woman is buried with the wrong hairdo and takes exception.
"The Other Half" By A. Steven Clark - A doctor has a sure-fire vaccine to prevent zombism.
"Dead to Write" By Chantal Boudreau - The alternative to ghost writers.
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