Tag Archives: Demon

Alexandra’s Vengeance

Alexandra glared into her tablet computer during All Hallows Eve. Deep shadows shifted across her face as her angry grimace menaced the room. She’d seen enough. They would pay. With rusty saw squalling in the gloom, she removed the heads … Continue reading

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City of Smiles

Young Ariela did it in a dream. When she awoke, the force still compelled her, and she began drawing. She drew on her bedroom wall, on the kitchen table, everywhere. Two lines and a crescent. On the way to school, … Continue reading

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The Power of the Bill

The creature claimed a solitary tree and an acre of scorched, lifeless land. Locals called it the Demon of Harrow Hill. Some said it had lived there, defeating heroes, for centuries. Cohen Monoghan, the famed killer of hellish beasts, fared … Continue reading

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The Psyche Out

The Chalice of Novotrix had journeyed from the times of magic. Six hundred years had passed since the demon Novotrix had been trapped inside. With people rarely touching the cup, the demon couldn’t see through their eyes. It had no … Continue reading

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An Unappreciated Repellent – Mondays Finish the Story

An Unappreciated Repellent He thought he found the perfect hiding spot, but it still found him. With a growl, he leaped off the shelving, caromed off the printer tray, and landed perfectly behind the curtains. The thing’s evil head rotated, … Continue reading

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Finding Home – Mutant 750

Finding Home Phil Eisenberg stared at the street outside the airport. He hadn’t seen anything larger than a deer path in 23 years. After being accidentally discovered by Seal Team 6 in Borneo, and in return saving a Seal Team … Continue reading

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Novelist Blues – Mondays Finish the Story

Novelist Blues The old typewriter had a mind of its own. It wrote some pretty terrifying stuff. Things that would make your toes curl up. Still, as demonically possessed items go, it could’ve chosen worse than my grandfather’s manual Underwood. … Continue reading

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