Tag Archives: Urban Horror

The Veil and the Weird

Echo’s eyes opened slowly to find Jack and Ivan staring at him while he lay on the couch. He sat up startled. He discerned a subtle glow to their eyes. A glow that could have been easily missed if something in him had … Continue reading

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The Discovery (The ReWrite)

Another rewrite. Enjoy. Let me know what you think! The Coffee Haus was an eclectic bookstore and coffee shop complete with junk art and open mic night performances. Few patrons frequented the place anymore since the opening of a large … Continue reading

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Piercing the Veil Pt. 2

It was a short drive to the Mount Shasta City Lodge, a tired two story unkempt motel complete with an unmarked gravel parking lot littered with weeds. On either story stretched rows of identical chocolate colored doors standing out against … Continue reading

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Home Sweet Home

Entering the home was like stepping into another world.  An archaic chandelier meant to hold candles hung several feet above his head. Stone archways stretched towards impossibly high ceilings leading down a short distance to the main living area of the … Continue reading

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Drive Down Memory Lane

Echo followed behind Ivan and Jack as they drove through town. Not much had changed in his time away. Several shops and restaurants had been added to the landscape, but their arrival came at the departure of older businesses; less a … Continue reading

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Lost and Found

An explosion of thunder cut across the morning sky heralding the percussion of heavy falling rain drumming around Echo’s car. He stirred in the driver’s side seat blinking away the horrific images of blood and fire which pursued him through … Continue reading

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Red Sky Blues – Reminiscing

I’m reading Matthew Davis‘ Red Sky Blues for the sixth time. This story, a fast paced tale set in the desert town of Hanford, California – a haven for dreadfully wicked and impossible beings, reminds me of the strange fantastical weirdness of … Continue reading

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