Tag Archives: Suspense

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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Hunted. Short Story.

Debbie sipped her drink, she always hated places like this, loud music, expensive booze, assholes everywhere you looked. If it weren’t for Abby they would have just gone to their usual spot, but she wanted to try something new, something … Continue reading

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The Visitor. Short Story.

Jack looked out the window, the snow had been falling for hours now with no sign of it stopping. Thick flakes fell steadily, it was impossible to make out the house across the street. He squinted, trying to see something, … Continue reading

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The Smiles. Short Story.

It was the dog that signalled the start of it, though I didn’t realise it at the time. I was sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of coffee and reading the newspaper. The neighbours dog was at it again, … Continue reading

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The Last Human. Short Story.

Barry had sat in his apartment for two weeks, alternating between crying and praying. The water had started to turn a dark brown after the ninth day, he had enough bottled up and stored to last almost another week, the … Continue reading

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The Bus. Short Story.

Tabitha looked out the window resolutely, the bus trundled onwards, slowly making its way to her destination. Her neck was starting to feel a little sore, but she didn’t want to turn it. Her headphones were firmly placed over her … Continue reading

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Suburbia. Short Story.

John sighed as the phone rang out and went to voicemail. “Hey, it’s me, did you forget that we were supposed to have dinner tonight?” John hung up, then after a brief pause he rang Chrissie, she wasn’t a huge … Continue reading

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