Tag Archives: Horror

The Terror

“OMG,” said Brittany. “Her butt is so big!” Though new to the school, Brittany’s looks ensured she was popular, and she used that popularity like a terror weapon. “Don’t talk about Angie’s butt,” hissed the girls around her. “It’s not … Continue reading

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The Hope

The consciousness of Nyar’Ka’Shaggonon waited in the clear ovoids. The last chance for the ancient god’s rebirth required only that the “eggs” be submerged in water. The monster would be reborn and conquer all humanity once more. Then Mary-Lou Halbeck … Continue reading

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The Naive

The town shrunk daily, but it was important to Mortimer to keep the graveyard looking pristine. His grass slowly perished in the summer heat despite his best efforts. Frank the salesman held up a large can. “It’s called Live-All Fertilizer. … Continue reading

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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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Costume Competition

Penny and Jacob dreamed of being FX specialists in Hollywood. Every Halloween they enjoyed friendly competition for the year’s best costume. They met at the abandoned house to share their latest work. Penny’s zombie looked great, but his tree was … 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 Wisdom Of Horror Movies

Hank trudged through the old woods to the abandoned factory, trying to lead the other six high-schoolers by example. More and more they rebelled. “C’mon guys! There aren’t really any demons.” “Oh sure,” moaned Natalie, checking on her tablet. “Horrible … Continue reading

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