I remember in high school our class read a horror/suspense story involving a man who finds a painting at a garage sale. I can't remember many other details about it but would like very much to read it again. Would anybody know where the best place to look is?

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    Hi Keegan and thanks for visiting LitSE. Please take the time to go on the tour and to look in the help center. At the moment you have a downvote and 2 close votes on your question, which may be because people think you are asking for story-identification, but haven't given much information. You've actually asked where you should look to identify it, which I is a different question and I'm not sure if it is on-topic or not. 1/2 – Spagirl Nov 7 '18 at 13:49
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    If you ARE asking us to identify the story, please change the tag to story-identification and add as much of the information suggested by the tag as possible. 2/2 – Spagirl Nov 7 '18 at 13:49

If you don't remember many details it's hard to know for sure, but my instinct is The Road Virus Heads North by Stephen King. In it, a man buys a painting at a garage sale that he finds is changing in ominous ways. It's in his collection Everything's Eventual.

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