Horror and dystopian enthusiast trying to bring a new twist to morbid tales.
Newsham Park Hospital
Starting a new job is enough to give anyone stabbing pains of anxiety. Will they like me? What if I don’t understand the work? What if I they realise my résumé is actually exaggerated? All valid questions one may ask when eagerly watching the clock strike down another minute. In an another minute Cassie would start her first night shift at Newsham Park Hospital
Wastelands of decimated populations fell before the smooth, silent propel of ANDIE. ANDIE had been gliding along the steel tracks of Europe since Outbreak IX had begun; fast and deliberate ANDIE’s crew had no intention of slowing down until a new green zone was formed. Until then ANDIE continued its new mission of transporting quarantined survivors, clearing them for safety and ensuring that a once overpopulated world could manifest some normality.
The Summer Solstice
Have you ever had that feeling of instant regret? When you travel somewhere and try to blend in with what the locals do but one action, no matter how slight it is, seems to cause a flutter of mumbled words. Or it could be when choosing something new on the menu, everyone’s eyes are fixed upon you, judging that the decision would later be regretted. That is how Taylor felt when arriving at The Rose and Crown Inn, on the day of The Summer Solstice.
Cries from the Crypt
Joe had spent many years researching the cemetery at Walton to see if any other strange goings-on had occurred. When Joe was eighteen he moved from Vancouver, Canada to study at the University of Liverpool. His first three years flew by and soon he found himself starting his master’s degree at the same university. Joe’s life was going well, just as he had planned. Moving into a small house near the cemetery with his girlfriend, he was lucky enough that his friend Tony moved into a house on the same road. Settling into his postgraduate life Joe and Tony would often walk their dogs, Billy and Wilson.