S2E3: “Raison D’être” by Nelson W. Pyles

S2E3: “Raison D’être” by Nelson W. Pyles

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Victoria begins to question not only her existence but her purpose. Fortunately for her, there is someone else who can not only sympathize, but can help guide her through this particularly rough time in her unlife. In this first ever crossover, the worlds of The Lift and The Wicked Library collide in a surprisingly uplifting episode about choices. This episode is simulcast as episode 707 of The Wicked Library. The version found on The Wicked Library also includes an interview with the author.

S2E0: “The Last Costume Change” by Gwendolyn Kiste

S2E0: “The Last Costume Change” by Gwendolyn Kiste

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An orphan and her cousin, who live with her overprotective aunt, sneak out to celebrate Halloween but find themselves in a bind until Victoria takes them on a ride to “Costume Heaven” where the girls revisit their tragic past.

S1E7: “No Such Thing” by Cynthia Lowman

S1E7: “No Such Thing” by Cynthia Lowman

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A young woman visits The Building to retrieve something special for her friend. A ride on The Lift opens doors to the future and something dark from the past.

Some doors are harder to open than others, and there is often a very good reason for them to remain closed.

S1E4: “THREE TWELVE NOEL” by Charles Rakiecz

S1E4: “THREE TWELVE NOEL” by Charles Rakiecz

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In this week’s story, Victoria and The Building find themselves in Brooklyn, NY, on Christmas Eve,1949 to help a returning WW II war veteran carrying a heavy burden.The major stops in NY to visit an old comrade and repay a personal debt before he ends his pain permanently.

Can “Vicky” help Major Sherm move beyond his guilt and keep him from using a souvenir war pistol to end his own life?