The first thing Jack noticed when he awoke was the smell of smoke. The second thing was the daylight streaming through the window. The daylight scared him more. His mouth felt furry, but there would be nothing to drink until … Continue reading
Thirteen bells toll as the dead begin to rise. A jubilant battle-cry echoes through the darkness. This time the prophecy will be fulfilled.
He had loved her once, he was sure. He couldn’t remember why. He should have left the first time she cheated. He’d tried to so many times since, but she always begged: “Don’t leave me Eddy. Purleeeeze.” And he always … Continue reading
This was going to be the easiest bet she’d ever won, Mary thought. An old, crooked house with wrought-iron gates and broken windows was too much of a cliché to be really haunted. She checked her watch. Only 6 hours … Continue reading