Son, don’t open the curtains
Posts Categorized: Story Archive
A man diagnosed with Capgras Syndrome believes it’s more than meets the eye
A woman finishes work late, encounters a man with a camera, and now she can’t sleep.
I’m a psychic and I want to die.
It’s 10:30am, I have a class in thirty minutes, my head still hurts from the copious amounts of drink I’d imbibed the night before. I’m in my underwear, in front of my PC, checking my emails, when I hear shuffling from my front door. *** Wait, I think I need to rewind a bit. That… Read more »
A man is awoken from sleep by an entity that wants him to go downstairs, there’s someone waiting.
Jobs: Casual Work – Must Like Rabbits
A warning, fifteen minutes until the light ends…
A decision to end all decisions…
Are you ready for your procedure?
Fighting for air, he tries to make his way to shore…
Blood stains haunt our protagonist…
Why are you crying?
A room mate’s passion for revenge is insatiable
Remote access to a PC is a blessing for most, but for some, can be a nightmare…
A priest and his prize
Six friends celebrate an eighteenth birthday party. All is going well, until a drinking game goes wrong.
Michael is woken in the night. Again.
A boy’s mother survives an almost fatal car accident, as she begins to recover she relapses.
Arnold Hinsky is released from prison on a technicality, someone doesn’t like this and wants to make him pay!
Partners celebrating their seven year anniversary…
A distraught mother calls to ask for her son to come home from University, something awful has happened to his father.
Jake’s all out of weed, he settles for what he can get on a Friday night and a glimpse of a dimension not far from our own takes over.
A new employee for a popular video streaming website is driven to the edge of sanity by the videos he’s required to vet. Befriended by Jason, he’s pulled deeper into the world of the moderator.
Everyone has a secret they are desperate to hide from the world. Some may seem trivial, unnecessary even. There are countless tales of childhood embarrassments long forgotten by all but one.