Eight tales of terror and a novella to thrill you and chill you with surprises you may not see coming.
Table of Contents:
LORD OF DARKNESS
Fred finds a large box on his doorstep with a horrific looking ebony statue inside that terrifies him. He abhors scary things and takes it to the city dump for disposal.
JACK IN THE BOX
Harold fixes up old houses and sells them for a nice profit. That is, until he bought the dreaded house on Elm Street.
Mr. Ryder receives two fortune cookies with his Chinese food this time. One says he’ll be rich; the other says he’ll be dead by midnight.
Gillian receives a call with the news her mother has been killed in an automobile accident. When she returns to the old home place, shes finds her mother alive and rich, but Mr. Blue is killing elderly women.
Jason has located the whereabouts of the vampire who killed his wife and his son. He has three hours of daylight to find him and drive a stake through his black heart.
POPYE & LOVEY
Two users become friends on the net and decide to meet. One is not interested in a relationship. He’s told all the girls he’s tortured and killed the same story.
Linda’s cat, Bluetooth, and her cocker spaniel, Dinky, are missing. She suspects three juvenile delinquents may be responsible in a neighborhood terrorized by The Cannibal, a serial killer, who devours his victims.
Joseph Hyde is a medical miracle. He’s still alive after being pronounced dead, undergoing an autopsy, an embalming, and being buried for forty-eight hours.
Two army buddies reconnect and become unlikely heroes in later life when sinister villains threaten their loved ones, and they are forced to be even braver now than they were as soldiers in combat.