Tales from the Gas StationTales from the Gas Station



Besides, he already has his hands full attempting to manage all those mysterious lawn gnomes, the mutant raccoons, and the charming phantom cowboy who lives in the bathroom.Based on the award-winning creepypasta by GasStationJack, Tales ...

Author: Jack Townsend

Publisher: Jack Townsend

ISBN: 173282780X

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Working at a dead-end retail job in the middle of nowhere can be hard. The long hours. The helpless customers. The enormous eldritch horror living deep below the building¿As the only full-time employee at the twenty-four hour gas station at the edge of town, Jack has pretty much seen it all. But when he decides to start an online journal documenting the bizarre day-to-day occurrences, he unwittingly attracts the attention of much more than just a few conspiracy theorists. With the body count steadily on the rise and a dark, ancient force infecting the dreams of everyone around him, Jack will do everything in his power to stay out of the way and mind his own business.After all, he's just a gas station clerk. It's not like he's getting paid enough to wage battle against the nightmarish aberrations plaguing his community. Besides, he already has his hands full attempting to manage all those mysterious lawn gnomes, the mutant raccoons, and the charming phantom cowboy who lives in the bathroom.Based on the award-winning creepypasta by GasStationJack, Tales from the Gas Station: Volume One is a love letter to the pioneers of classic horror tailored to a generation that grew up in the era of smartphones and WiFi.

Tales from the Gas StationTales from the Gas Station



Based on the award-winning creepypasta by GasStationJack, Tales from the Gas Station: Volume One is a love letter to the pioneers of classic horror tailored to a generation that grew up in the era of smartphones and WiFi.

Author: Jack Townsend

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ISBN: 1732827834

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Page: 326

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Working at a dead-end retail job in the middle of nowhere can be hard. The long hours. The helpless customers. The enormous eldritch horror living deep below the building... As the only full-time employee at the twenty-four hour gas station at the edge of town, Jack has pretty much seen it all. But when he decides to start an online journal documenting the bizarre day-to-day occurrences, he unwittingly attracts the attention of much more than just a few conspiracy theorists. With the body count steadily on the rise and a dark, ancient force infecting the dreams of everyone around him, Jack will do everything in his power to stay out of the way and mind his own business. After all, he's just a gas station clerk. It's not like he's getting paid enough to wage battle against the nightmarish aberrations plaguing his community. Besides, he already has his hands full attempting to manage all those mysterious lawn gnomes, the mutant raccoons, and the charming phantom cowboy who lives in the bathroom. Based on the award-winning creepypasta by GasStationJack, Tales from the Gas Station: Volume One is a love letter to the pioneers of classic horror tailored to a generation that grew up in the era of smartphones and WiFi.

Tales from the Gas StationTales from the Gas Station



Not even Jack's best friend/emotional support human, whose mysterious past seems to have finally caught up with him. In this latest installment of the Gas Station saga, Jack's world will change forever.

Author: Jack Townsend

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ISBN: 1732827850

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Page: 450

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An army of monsters walks among us, hidden in plain sight. They're fast. They're strong. They're unrelenting. And they only want one thing: the sh*tty gas station at the edge of town. Coming as a surprise to absolutely no one, Jack--night-shift clerk and local crazy person--has found himself neck-deep in the middle of yet another world-ending terror. And this time around, nobody can be trusted. Not that tough-as-nails cop who probably knows a lot more than she's letting on. Not the adorkable new employee who might be something far less innocent than she appears. Not even Jack's best friend/emotional support human, whose mysterious past seems to have finally caught up with him. In this latest installment of the Gas Station saga, Jack's world will change forever. Questions will be answered, and answers will be questioned. Friends become enemies. Strangers become enemies. Frenemies become enemies. (You know what? Jack is going to have a lot of new enemies.) Prepare yourself. Things are about to get weird.

Tales from the Gas Station Volume OneTales from the Gas Station Volume One



Based on the award-winning creepypasta by GasStationJack, Tales from the Gas Station: Volume One is a love letter to the pioneers of classic horror tailored to a generation that grew up in the era of smartphones and WiFi.

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Publisher: Jack Townsend

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Page: 325

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Working at a dead-end retail job in the middle of nowhere can be hard. The long hours. The helpless customers. The enormous eldritch horror living deep below the building… As the only full-time employee at the twenty-four hour gas station at the edge of town, Jack has pretty much seen it all. But when he decides to start an online journal documenting the bizarre day-to-day occurrences, he unwittingly attracts the attention of much more than just a few conspiracy theorists. With the body count steadily on the rise and a dark, ancient force infecting the dreams of everyone around him, Jack will do everything in his power to stay out of the way and mind his own business. After all, he’s just a gas station clerk. It’s not like he’s getting paid enough to wage battle against the nightmarish aberrations plaguing his community. Besides, he already has his hands full attempting to manage all those mysterious lawn gnomes, the mutant raccoons, and the charming phantom cowboy who lives in the bathroom. Based on the award-winning creepypasta by GasStationJack, Tales from the Gas Station: Volume One is a love letter to the pioneers of classic horror tailored to a generation that grew up in the era of smartphones and WiFi.

Tales from the Gas Station Volume ThreeTales from the Gas Station Volume Three



An army of monsters walks among us, hidden in plain sight. They’re fast. They’re strong. They’re unrelenting. And they only want one thing: the gas station at the edge of town.

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Publisher: Jack Townsend

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Page: 419

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An army of monsters walks among us, hidden in plain sight. They’re fast. They’re strong. They’re unrelenting. And they only want one thing: the gas station at the edge of town. Coming as a surprise to absolutely no one, Jack—night-shift clerk and local crazy person—has found himself neck-deep in the middle of yet another world-ending terror. And this time around, nobody can be trusted. Not that tough-as-nails cop who probably knows a lot more than she’s letting on. Not the adorkable new employee who might be something far less innocent than she appears. Not even Jack’s best friend/emotional support human, whose mysterious past seems to have finally caught up with him. In this latest installment of the Gas Station saga, Jack’s world will change forever. Questions will be answered, and answers will be questioned. Friends become enemies. Strangers become enemies. Frenemies become enemies. (You know what? Jack is going to have a lot of new enemies.) Prepare yourself. Things are about to get weird.

Tales from the Gas StationTales from the Gas Station



Nightshift clerk and high-functioning insomniac Jack is back to work, trying his best to keep out of trouble.

Author: Jack Townsend

Publisher: Tales from the Gas Station

ISBN: 1732827826

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Page: 296

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Nightshift clerk and high-functioning insomniac Jack is back to work, trying his best to keep out of trouble. But when his chain-smoking coworker discovers a mysterious radio signal revealing the guarded secrets of their town, Jack will learn that an annoying new dayshift manager is far from the worst of his problems. In this second installment of the Gas Station saga, Jack finds himself entangled in his most harrowing adventure yet. With the newest crew of coworkers along for the ride and the resident psychopath out for his blood, our hero(?) must navigate the drama of small-town murder conspiracies, vigilante justice, and demonic summoning rituals...whether he wants to or not.

Getting Hosed Getting Hosed



This book reveals an interesting combination of oil company secrets, dealer confessions of how and why prices are the way they are, and some funny, sad and unbelievable gas station tales.

Author: David Nassaney

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ISBN: 0984983112

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Page: 96

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David Nassaney has been the owner of 6 gas stations in California since 1976. Before that, he had worked at or managed several gas stations for many different family members since 1966. Prior to that, his father had owned, and managed gas stations and garages since 1945 in New York City and California. They have seen a lot of changes in the gas station business over the years. This book reveals an interesting combination of oil company secrets, dealer confessions of how and why prices are the way they are, and some funny, sad and unbelievable gas station tales. This book shouold help you gain a better perspective from someone who was just a little bit closer to it all than most people were. Along with you, I too was getting hosed by the oil companies.

Gas Station TalesGas Station Tales



True stories of hobos, drunks, violence, armed robbery, murder, ghosts, mayhem and folk music from the gas station night shift, straight from the journal of Billy Scribbles.

Author: Brendan Brown

Publisher:

ISBN: 1520614675

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Page: 68

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True stories of hobos, drunks, violence, armed robbery, murder, ghosts, mayhem and folk music from the gas station night shift, straight from the journal of Billy Scribbles.

Tales from the Gas StationTales from the Gas Station



"Night-shift clerk and high-functioning insomniac Jack is back to work, trying his best to keep out of trouble.

Author: Jack Townsend

Publisher:

ISBN: 1083097288

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Page: 338

View: 186

"Night-shift clerk and high-functioning insomniac Jack is back to work, trying his best to keep out of trouble. But when his chain-smoking coworker discovers a mysterious radio signal revealing the guarded secrets of their town, Jack will learnn that an annoying new-day-shift manager is far from the worst of his problems. In this second installment of the Gas Station saga, Jack fins himself entangled in his most harrowing adventure yet. With the newest crew of coworkers along for the ride and the resident psychopath out for his blood, our hero(?) must navigatet the drama of small-town murder conspiracies,vigilantee justice, and demonic summoning rituals...whether he wants to or not." --Back cover.

The Innkeeper TalesThe Innkeeper Tales



The Wax Man : Danny ' s Tale Part I . The Flash Danny was seated at one end of
the table . I was at the other ... The old - fashioned type of gas station with just
three islands of pumps and two service bays for working on cars . When he
bought ...

Author: John L. Herman

Publisher: Hsb Press

ISBN: 0979020409

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Page: 288

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You can't make this stuff up. You hear this refrain many times throughout The Innkeeper Tales. Modeled loosely on Chaucer's Canterbury Tales, this collection of stories is told by business travelers whiling away a long day, stranded at The Abacrombie by an early spring blizzard. With Herman (the real-life Abacrombie owner) keeping the food and conversations going, each traveler tells a story drawn from his own life. All the stories are true, coming from conversations heard in the inn's breakfast room. Several men talk about how their career paths diverged quickly and completely from their original intent (and training). At the heart of the Tales is the rebuilding of lives, the refurbishing of the teller's sense of self. Like the listeners sprawled in the inn's breakfast room, the reader of The Innkeeper Tales will have a rich learning and laughing experience, with a big surprise at the end.

Rattlesnake and Other TalesRattlesnake and Other Tales



There had to be another gas station ahead somewhere , and besides , the idea of
turning back gave her a horrible sensation . She had to keep going now , like
some space probe , sent out into the depths of the cosmos . She didn ' t know
what ...

Author: Robert Dodds

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015050531303

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Page: 245

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With stories set in America, Mexico, Britain and the Balkans, these Gothic-inspired literary tales mark the debut of a new author.

Silver TalesSilver Tales



... when he bought a gas station of his own , and then decided to expand the
business ; he bought another gas station in New Jersey . That ' s where he met
an eighteen - year - old woman who eventually became his mistress not too long
after ...

Author: Marjaree Mayne

Publisher:

ISBN: 1568332580

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Page: 247

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This volume comprises the autobiographies of ordinary women who have lived extraordinary--and in most cases, very difficult lives. Common to all thes stories is recovery and a sense of finally being at peace with oneself.

Flour from Another Sack Other Proverbs Folk Beliefs Tales Riddles RecipesFlour from Another Sack Other Proverbs Folk Beliefs Tales Riddles Recipes



When they got to a gas station quickly the truck driver got off the truck and got the
gasoline . Joe was all embarrassed because he had no money on him . The truck
driver said , " It's alright son I'll pay for it . ” Joe said thanks and that he would ...

Author: Mark Glazer

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105039801712

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Page: 226

View: 548

Neil Zurcher s Favorite One Tank Trips and Tales from the RoadNeil Zurcher s Favorite One Tank Trips and Tales from the Road



We were just coasting over the crest of a small hill when we spotted it at the
bottom of the hill : an ESSO gasoline station . “ Might as well coast down there
and fuel up , ” J . P . said . We slowly crested the hill , then started downward .

Author: Neil Zurcher

Publisher: Gray Publishers

ISBN: 1886228019

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Page: 208

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Northeast Ohio's most popular TV travel reporter has finally collected his favorite local getaways in a book.Neil Zurcher uncovers an eclectic mix of attractions in nearby cities, small towns and country crossroads. His guide leads to romantic bed-and-breakfasts, hearty Amish restaurant, truly unique museums, crafts, festivals ... and many surprises -- like indoor skydiving!

Claremont Tales IIClaremont Tales II



Jack was smoking a cigarette in the boarded - up gas station . He was wearing a
blue Hawaiian shirt with hula girls on it . He was standing on a concrete island
where gas pumps had been removed , leaving a couple of iron pipes sticking out
 ...

Author: Richard A. Lupoff

Publisher:

ISBN: 193084607X

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Page: 298

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Presents a collection of thirteen fantasy and mystery stories, including "The Devil's Hop Yard," "Whatever Happened to Nick Nepture?," and "The Heyworth Fragment."

Great Tales of Crime and DetectionGreat Tales of Crime and Detection



A car that had been parked near the end of the dimly lighted lot had sped away
as they ' d entered the station office . ... The loot from the holdup , and several gas
station holdups committed earlier that night , wasn ' t on Colt , but probably it was
 ...

Author: Charles Ardai

Publisher: Bbs Publishing Corporation

ISBN: 0883657716

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Page: 512

View: 647

A collection of mysteries from a host of best-selling mystery writers features tales by Dick Francis, Graham Greene, Lawrence Bloch, Sarah Paretsky, Loren D. Estleman, John Lutz, Arthur Conan Doyle, Edgar Allan Poe, and others

Campfire TalesCampfire Tales



Mr . Warner ignored Nathan ' s comment and pulled the car tight against the first
gas pump in the service station . He turned off the engine and pulled the keys
from the ignition . “ You might try a little harder than that . ” Nathan watched his ...

Author: Sean Dresden

Publisher: Lowell House

ISBN: 0737304375

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Page: 96

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Collects horror stories perceiving hotels, neighborhoods, and caves in terrifying ways.

Classic Tales of Horror and the SupernaturalClassic Tales of Horror and the Supernatural



The gas station attendant in Georgia , on the way up North , that had been the
worst , because that man had annoyed him only a very little bit , haggling over the
price of the gas , but he had hit him anyway , hit him with the sharp cleaving edge
 ...

Author: Barry N. Malzberg

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105000452248

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Page: 599

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Thirty-nine stories of horror and supernatural from Edgar Allen Poe to Stephen King.