More Web narrative: Dionaea House tells a horror story. Rather, the story is based at numerous sites, and Dionaea is the central host. That site uses sequential web posts to host the story's major content (start here). That content consists mostly of email and SMS messages, with the division between the two reflecting a break between two parts of the story. There's also a bloggish update page, an IM log, one blog, another blog, and a Livejournal blog.
Some thoughts: first, the multiplicity of web forms and characters helps create a documentary sense. This is heightened when characters comment on each other's sites. Second, the use of SMS, especially in contrast with "slower" forms like static web pages, creates imminency, like the 18th-century idea of "writing to the moment." Third, while using the technology to create horror genre effects, the story doesn't usually render the devices as uncanny. There are a couple of exceptions, like the case of a family monitoring their attic for hauntings (Dani's blog, the entry labeled "10:48 pm - why am I doing this again?").