Category Archives: Horror

The Deal. Flash Fiction.

Gail looked out at the trees, it was there, she could feel it watching her, lurking in the shadows. After a few minutes the feeling left, Gail turned and went into the house, “It’s getting bolder.” “Well, what did you … Continue reading

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Vacation. Short Story.

“I think…I think someone is out there.” “Oh ha-ha John, stop being a dick. We both know there’s nothing out there. You tried that the last time too remember?” “Yeah, no I know, and I was joking then but I’m … Continue reading

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To Another World. Flash Fiction.

“And you’re sure it’s safe?” “Life is full of risks honey, there’s no guarantee. It does what it does.” Josie looked at the small plastic baggie, it was filled with a brownish powder, excitement was bubbling up in her chest, … Continue reading

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Captured. Short Story.

“I have killed thousands of your kind. Hundreds of thousands. It means nothing to me.” “So you admit to your crimes?” The woman threw back her head and laughed, it sounded high pitched and jarring, full of mirth and evil. … Continue reading

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Silence is Golden. Flash Fiction.

Simon lay in bed, staring at the ceiling. Beside him Angela slept, occasionally she would snore softly. Despite the silence of the house he could feel it, the oppressive pressure that was always there. The house itself had become so … Continue reading

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A Strange Encounter. Short Story.

Jack paced in the small white room, it was about six foot by six foot, a bed was bolted to the floor against one wall and that was it for furniture. The floors were hard concrete but the walls were … Continue reading

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Returned. Short Story.

Gwen was dead for almost twelve hours when she started screaming. The high pitched shrieked rattled the windows of the dark room, outside a man walking by clapped his hands over his ears, his palms wet and slick with blood that … Continue reading

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