It is best to know an areas local superstitions before wandering about exploring.
Andrew Richardson lives in Wiltshire, England, with his wife, son, and a hamster. When not writing or working as a science administrator Andrew visits historical sites, watches his favourite football team, and takes long walks over rugged countryside. His lifelong interests of horror fiction and history often combine to provide inspiration for his writing, which includes three novels and several shorter pieces. For more on Andrew http://andrewjrichardson.blogspot.co.uk/
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Some dark nights of the year, terrible things like to lurk through cemeteries looking for something to eat.
Erin Cole is a dark fiction writer from Portland, OR with stories appearing in over 50 print and electronic publications, including Dark Eclipse, Eschatology, Aoife’s Kiss, Every Day Fiction, and more. She is the author of the mystery novel Grave Echoes and the horror anthology collection Of the Night. See more of her work at www.erincolewrites.com
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Sometimes we have to do mundane tasks at work before heading home for the night. Sometimes those mundane tasks turn terrible.
Philip Roberts lives in Nashua, New Hampshire and has been published in a variety of publications, such as the Epitaphs anthology, Midnight Echo, and The Horrorzine. A full anthology of Philip’s short stories entitled Passing Through can be found on the Amazon kindle store. More information on his works can be found at www.philipmroberts.com.
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Beecher is just trying to finish his jobs requirements for the day and in doing so he finds himself in a place that is not what it seems and with people who are a little too excited that he found them.
Russell C. Connor has been writing about demons, serial killers, and the end of the world since he was five years old. His short work has appeared in “Black Petals Magazine,” “Alien Skin,” and “Sanitarium,” among others. He currently has six novels available, including the supernatural crime-noir “Finding Misery,” and “Whitney,” about hurricane survivors facing a deadly plague and a ravenous beast. His newest, a Bermuda Triangle horror novel called “Sargasso,” will be available in March of 2013. He lives in Grand Prairie, TX with his mistress of the dark, rabid dogs, and extensive movie collection, and has been a member of the DFW Writers’ Workshop for 7 years. For more visit: www.darkfilament.com
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We are pleased to welcome 2013 with a horror poem by Allen Griffin.
Allen Griffin has appeared in Theory Train, Indiana Horror Anthologies 2011 and 2012, and several other cool places. He also has pieces forth coming in Innsmouth Free Press and several anthologies including Modern Lovecraft and Grave Robbers. Continue reading “The Worm House” »