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The Artist: Number 57

by Seth Daniels

The Artist is a serial killer that kills for the creation of art. He finds death beautiful and takes it very seriously. He insists on killing in unique ways. His latest work of art is Vicky, a young nurse. She...

Falling into the Fire

by Crystal Rodriguez

While living the somewhat perfect life she's built for herself, she still felt alone and restless. She's slowly deteriorating and the thoughts that hold her captive in her own mind are there to watch her fall....

New Wave Detectives 03: Fashion Horror House

by Brian McLellan

Blending horror, magic and punk rock, Fashion Horror House is the third part of the New Wave Detective series. James Jordan has a lot on his plate these days. He's just met a girl who is beautiful, smart and...

The Stalker

by Aurora Noir

A letter is found addressed to you...

The Horror From The Blizzard

by Morris Kenyon

Any scientific expedition to the Arctic expects plenty of risk. However, Dr. Welham of Miskatonic University's survey uncovers far more than the usual geologic and ethnographic samples. In the severe, rock-scouring...

Something Fishy

by Dakota Douglas

An adult short story inspired by a dream. Luke and Pru's holiday didn't turn out as they expected. Pru sensed there was something odd about the locals. And her instincts were spot on - with dire consequences.

Limits @ Infinity 3 "Servant of Death"

by J.C. Bell

The Servant of Death, the Dark Lord Sevron has arisen once more. This time he has taken form in the Holy Tree of the Elves, their sacred Graelic. Power, wealth, immortality . . . such things are meaningless...

Shallow

by David Shute

A short collection of five flash fiction pieces loosely horror themed. Pointed exits, insomnia, vengeance, claustrophobia, and the smallest things worth killing for.

Godman

by John Ellis

GOD'S WRATH MADE FLESH. Godman is the dark tale of forty-five year old ex-con and born again Christian Clive Walker following his release from prison after serving a twenty-five year sentence for rape. When...

Grandpa Bruce's Lite Horror

by Bruce T. Forbes

There are two types of horror stories: the kind where blood and body parts are splattered everywhere, and the type that challenge your mind and teach a Good vs Evil theme - you know, good, old fashioned Victorian...

Blood Trust

by Roderick Gladwish

1927: in London's East End something strange is happening in a convent.

The Immortal

by R.D. Pruden

This is the story of what happens when one man becomes obsessed with his enemy.

The Box

by Johnny Wheeler

A chilling dark short story by Johnny Wheeler.

When Willis Walks

by RoseMary McDaniel a.k.a. Amy Hayle

When his westbound train had an unexpected layover in the small midwestern town that had been his boyhood home, a man haunted by memories of his older brother's mysterious disappearance, seeks to uncover the...

Face Your fear

by Justin D. Russell

This is a preview from my upcoming collection of short stories.(Word count 1986) What happens when your fear rules your life. Johnny has lived with one fear all his life, can he conquer it now?

The Realisation

by Ray Daley

As a recent arrival to America, a young boy is taken trick or treating by a strange class-mate. Does his realisation come too late?

There's One on Every Corner

by Todd Alan Benevides

The birth of evil is never an ordinary thing.

Long Live The New Flesh: Year One

by William Pauley III & Brian Barnett

On August 11th, 2009 a new and exciting blog was born, THE NEW FLESH. This blog quickly became the home of hundreds of misfit stories that, to put it simply, were 'too weird' for other markets. 212 stories were...

Vengance of Joe Public

by Jond

Joe has an issue to raise with his bank, but there is a little problem, in that Joe is dead. Now some would say that death rather inhibits one's capacity to make a complaint to your bank, or indeed to anyone....

Dogwalking

by William Hrdina

A man, his dog, and an important lesson in civics... With monsters.