Tag Archives: Church

The Explanation

It had been 400 years since most of humanity left Earth. The air was breathable once more and the tourist trade on humanity’s former home rose. Joann took her daughter Darcy around to visit the old ruins. They stood before … Continue reading

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The Visions

Bradley started the day as a foreman overseeing the demolition of the old church on Robard Ave. Now he sat in a psychologist’s office, his job on the line. At least he was spared the indignity of the couch. “So … Continue reading

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Attending Church

Miranda stood in the huge parking lot behind the Grace Universal Lord Chapel. A sign at the entrance read: God and Aliens attends our sermons. Why won’t you? Miranda spat, “Seriously? God and Aliens? I can’t wait to blow the … Continue reading

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Church Visitor – Weekly Mega Short Story

Church Visitor Father O’Shea was a friendly and approachable man. So as he stood outside the church saying goodbye to parishioners after the Sunday service, the ritual took a long time. O’Shea talked with everyone as long as they wanted. … Continue reading

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Baiting – Friday Fictioneers 23Aug13

Written for the Friday Fictioneers. Story begins after the photo. Genre: Horror/Humor Word Count: 100 Baiting “It looks scary,” said Corrine, staring up at the imposing edifice. “It should,” replied Grant. “According to ghosttracking.com, there’s a Type IV ghost living … Continue reading

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