Tag Archives: Horror

Day of the Pumpkin – Shapeshifting 13 #24

“Ah hate pumpkins!” spat Jeb. “Ah stomp ’em dead any time ah see ’em.” “Whatever for?” said his sister, Billie-Joe. “Don’ know why. Ah jus’ wanna kill ’em all!” Billie-Joe looked out the back window at thousands of angry pumpkins … Continue reading

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Guide Dog

Tom stood behind the bar washing glasses. He loved the quiet time at 10:00 AM before the bar opened. It gave him time to prepare himself for the flood of politicians and financial big whigs coming for lunch. Once, he’d … Continue reading

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Cat Lover

The cans in the bag banged against Mark’s leg as he examined the edifice’s entryway. It took a moment of examining the wall sculptures before he found it. The button was a well-disguised flower. He pressed it, and a hidden … Continue reading

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The Monster

***Warning: Graphic Gore*** Amanda hated the room. The foreboding dark wood felt like it reached for her, straining to wrench her beating heart from her chest. She shook the notion from her head. It wasn’t the wood that terrified her … Continue reading

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Run Like Hell – Shapeshifting 13

Run Like Hell “Wow!” exclaimed Becky. “That looks just like a giant lizard.” “And that twitching hand in its mouth is SO REAL!” said Elsa. Becky grinned. “Terrific robotics!” __________________________ Written for Grammar Ghoul Press’ Shapeshifting 13 writing challenge. This … Continue reading

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Hunger – Gargleblaster Microfiction #202

Tina raced into the gas station shop. “What happened?” said Ed the attendant. “Aliens!” shrieked Tina. The lights went out. “Cute,” groused Ed. “Some tentacled alien did that, right?” “No!” cried Tina. “No tentacles,” growled a voice. “Just huge fangs, … Continue reading

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Double Tap – Mondays Finish The Story

Double Tap She was unaware that she was being watched. Golden eyes stared hungrily. Corinne sat on a rock beside the wood fire. The odors of cooking bacon wafted into the forest as she turned the fatty meat. She should’ve … Continue reading

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