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Paranoia and the Stories We Tell

We are all storytellers. We forge stories in our imaginations. And it is in fear that we create our most elaborate tales.

As an Alaskan outdoorswoman, I have spent many nights camping in the wildest places of the north, where grizzly bears, wolves, and other animals roam in the evenings. When it is dark and I hear a noise outside my tent, it is

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