Come one come all, into the bazaar and see my tricks and treats. My story is enough, hopefully just, to scare and unsettle, to spook and terrorize, take measure, because here be horror! Have fun, and Happy Halloween!
Wait out the storm in harmless Tinlou! Tim Horton's is always open and happy to greet you, tea and coffee is warm and steeped, wait out the cold, dry your feet! Here's a story old in my head, but sometimes a good tale yearns to be read.
Ah right, how to surmise: a dedication to Lovecraft, Howitt, King, Stine, Rice and wine. "These are the rooms of ruin to which spiders spin..." I hope you enjoy what I like to think of as the B-Reel to my story 'Pollock Farm on a Starless Night'. .
"The sheriff’s intervention comes under the heading of what we have discussed many times before: “Why don’t they go to the police?” I’ve always replied, “They don’t go to the police because it’s dull.”" -Alfred Hitchcock; to which I say, well we have Mounties.
Ah, October, what a perfect month to try and flex the old horror muscle, will I go mad? Or will I just get writers block, ooh how the tale goes nobody knows! The first of hopefully many, this one a poem all short and stout, here are the teeth and here is the spout.
This story is about Mark's acceptance of the world around him. He may be legend, or is it that he only knows of the legend that was? “In a world of monotonous horror there could be no salvation in wild dreaming.” -Richard Matheson
Witch craft fascinates me. I also enjoy a good story, and when I start writing one, I always ask myself: am I having fun? Thankfully, with this one, I felt a resounding -YES. I hope that you remember: it might have teeth.
Want spooks, read further, details inside." if I find that I cannot terrify, I will try to horrify, and if I find that I cannot horrify, I'll go for the gross-out. I'm not proud." Stephen King