Trigger Warning - “A Lunar Labyrinth” Summary & Analysis

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Summary

The speaker in this story is a traveler who enjoys visiting roadside attractions. The attractions he has seen before are quite dull, such as a Stonehenge-like structure made of tires. However, his favorite attractions are “dead places.” The speaker recalls seeing a footnote on a travel website referencing something called the Lunar Labyrinth. He searches for this and eventually finds and hires a guide to show him to the labyrinth.

They begin the journey while the moon is barely visible in the night sky. During the walking trip, the guide begins to tell the narrator about the history of the labyrinth; the local townsfolk, both young and old, able and disabled would venture through the maze until the full moon was in the sky. The young children of the town would stay away due to a rumor that a child saw a...

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