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Most Read Stories

Here are our overall ten most read stories, based upon the number of page views for a story since first published on ScienceFictionFantasyHorror.com. Listed in descending order, i.e., #1 is the most read story.

Overall
Story Author Reads
1 In the Mind of the Screaming Clown John Weagly 308280
2 Hot Naked Chicks Mike Philbin 194074
3 Tight Budgets Mike Aragona 68328
4 The Hay Devils Colin P. Davies 18268
5 Faith in Unicorns S. J. Reisner 14508
6 Epithalamium J. G. C. Brainard 11575
7 Perspectives Robert D. Rowntree 8727
8 Best Foot Forward Marshall Payne 7792
9 Intimations of Immortality Richard H. Dana 7712
10 The Man Who Sank Colin P. Davies 6776
Last updated 26 May 2017.

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