Publisher: James L. Black
glimpsing n. - a phenomenon in which the supernatural world temporarily becomes visible, in extreme cases allowing for physical interaction with its entities. Although all human beings glimpse in the moments before death, the phenomenon is considered rare and extremely dangerous if it occurs at any other time. The following is an account of the most disturbing case of glimpsing ever recorded. It details events in the life of Portia Childress, who at the age of eighteen experienced an episode of glimpsing during a suicide attempt. Lying on the floor, mere moments from death, she saw that the woman she’d been painting was no longer in it, but was lying on the floor in front of her, staring at her face to face. Mysteriously Portia survived that day, going on to become a legendary model known for her remarkable virtue. But inside her dwells a monster, one brought out by the sting o ...