Tag Archives: Sea Monster

Know Thy God

An enormous sea monster emerged from the waters of a Pacific island. Tourists fell over each other, running everywhere, screaming. Chaos ensued. Locals just calmly stepped out of the way. The forty-foot beast shambled through the market. It reached out … Continue reading

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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 Rejection

Two sea monsters rose from the sea near San Francisco. Thousands of years old, they were like human teen-aged males, looking for trouble. They raised up a hundred of feet out of the water, surveying their surroundings. “Let the wanton … Continue reading

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The Giveaway

Travis Trapper, world-renowned monster hunter, stood on the deck of the sailboat, cursing. All around him, equipment blinked and bleeped and glowed. A vast array of sensors dipped into the water. The screen on the $150,000 detector gear showed nothing. … Continue reading

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The Earth-shattering Kaboom

Naval patrol planes approached the scene, their aircrews on high alert. Warships of many nations approached the area concerned that some new weapon of mass destruction had been unleashed. Scientific teams from five countries hastily assembled and set out to … Continue reading

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The Story of the Skull

Young Andrew sat beside his grandfather at a bench overlooking the bay. The “new” dock stretched into the waters, though it was already thirty years old. An animal skull impaled on a gaffing pike in the half-sunken ruins of the … Continue reading

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Sea Monster Caviar

Dieter was a Ritual Eater. While everyone ate halfway through their meal, Dieter might still be arranging the sides and adding sauces in a precise, ritualized manner. Bobby’s Seafood Pub rested at the water’s edge in the harbor. Any local … Continue reading

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Too Spicy

A pair of sea monsters emerged from the ocean at New Zealand’s Miramar Peninsula. Each stood 250-feet tall, their powerful tails swishing behind. Baloog obliterated an inn as he stepped upon it. He said, “I used to come here to … Continue reading

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Born of the Imagination – Sunday Photo Fiction

Photo by: Alistair Forbes Born of the Imagination Brenna was bored, noted Williard. Something needed to be done about it. He couldn’t blame her really. While the Isle of Man off the coast of Britain was lovely with its rolling … Continue reading

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Close One – Sunday Photo Fiction

Close One The doorbell rang again, more insistent this time. Justin locked the back door and ran to the front door. He opened it and smiled beatifically. “Mr. Cohen! Come in, please.” The dourly dressed insurance agent entered with an … Continue reading

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