Tag Archives: Monster

The Big Oops

Evil Dr. Genesplice stood outside the old factory, beaming. “Just think, Poc!” he said to his assistant. Poc, belonged to a species of intelligent Lemur that worked for the evil genius. “Sure, boss.” “Inside this building, a gigantic creature lies … Continue reading

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Poor Translation

The Spaniards arrived at the temple first, looking for gold. New to Cambodia, their translations were incomplete. All the Spanish got from the monks was, “Beware the Nangalang.” Fearless leader Diaz merely scoffed, “A monster?” He stepped inside the entrance, … Continue reading

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Serious Heartburn

Professor Tannehill pointed into the river where a tire bobbed in the current. “That’s all that’s left of it.” Sheriff Pruitt watched for only a moment. He looked back at the monster trudging away in the distance. Luckily, it was … Continue reading

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The Dumb Monster

New Zealand was rocked when live footage of the monster aired on television. It emerged from a hot spring at Rotokawa north of Lake Taupo. Hundreds of tentacles, each as big around as a man, propelled an eel-like body out … 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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War Of The Words – Mutant 750

War Of The Words Morgan Peppermill stood upon a cliff overlooking a sandy beach, and faced the monsters. A sea wind whipped through his brown, clerical robes. The short paige-boy haircut on his right side, contrasted heavily with the meter-long … Continue reading

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The Secret of Pajaro Del Mal – Sunday Photo Fiction

Written for Sunday Photo Fiction. This is a bit long for SPF. I apologize for that, but sometimes the muse insists a story be told as it is. This story, about an ancient horror and a great love, begins after … Continue reading

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Courageous Fishing – Trifextra: Week Eighty-Eight

Written for Trifextra. A limerick about fishing. Begins after the comic. Courageous Fishing Fishing champ Jake hooked a monster in the moor. The shambling thing stumbled, gave a horrible roar. But then Jake never shook. He baited another hook. Caught … Continue reading

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