Horror fiction that delivers on its promise to scare, startle, frighten and unsettle. These stories are fake, but the shivers down your spine won't be.
The Nightshade Killer
In the depths of a stormy night, Sarah found herself lost on a desolate road. The rain poured relentlessly, obscuring her vision as she navigated through winding turns and dense forests. Despite her anxiety, she pressed on, hoping to find shelter before the mysterious figure following her caught up.
Soviet Medical Experiment
In the dimly lit room of the Soviet research facility, the Belorussian scientist cautiously pushed open the heavy metal door. His heart raced with anticipation, expecting to find his human test subjects in a state of peaceful slumber. Instead, what greeted him was a scene of absolute chaos, a nightmarish tableau that seemed to defy the laws of sanity.
Haunted Bhangarh Fort
Bhangarh Fort, situated in the Alwar district of Rajasthan, India, has earned a notorious reputation as one of the most haunted places in the country. This ancient fort, surrounded by lush greenery and the Aravalli Range, has captured the imagination of locals and tourists alike, drawing both thrill-seekers and paranormal enthusiasts. The eerie stories and legends associated with Bhangarh Fort have become deeply ingrained in the cultural fabric of the region, adding an air of mystery to its already intriguing historical significance.
Unleashed Killer on the Prowl
For those seeking a chilling narrative that can send shivers down your spine with a touch of suspense, "Unleashed Killer on the Prowl" is the perfect choice. At its core, it stands as a spine-tingling campfire tale cherished by kids aged 8 and above. Should your young audience enjoy a bit of macabre, feel free to weave in gruesome particulars about the unfortunate victims.
The Cursed Quest
In the heart of 18th century India, a period shrouded in mystery and intrigue, treasure hunting was not merely an adventurous pursuit—it was a perilous journey through uncharted territories, haunted by supernatural forces. The vast landscape of the Indian subcontinent held treasures untold, tempting intrepid souls to embark on quests that blended the allure of wealth with the chill of the unknown.
Excerpt: Distinction of Realms
Follow this LINK to Distinction of Realms book: “Time is an illusion.” – Vestor, the Time Bender. 1 THE DARKNESS OF the gray and somber storm clouds that dimmed the midafternoon sky eclipsed the sun, creating the look of early nightfall. A dry, hot wind blew, picking up odd bits of trash mixed with discarded paper, gently raising them into tiny tornadoes. On the horizon, broken rooftops of dilapidated buildings created a jagged and peaked line stating most emphatically that the heavens were with but not part of this earth. With a bird’s eye view, one could see movement on the road below that twisted and turned like uncoiled rope. From this view on high, a car traveled the path: an antiquated navy-blue Ford Escort. It rattled along the barren streets in a forgotten part of the city, long condemned to the emptiness and absence of ordinary human life.
Lost at Sea
August 5, 1885 My closest companion of countless years has perished and moved on from this plane of existence; it bereaves the better sensibilities from my body, leaving only the soulless shell of a man. The numbing emptiness remaining is nothing more than a reminder of how I am responsible for Nolan's demise. Blood is on my hands; they are the hands of an enemy, for no longer can I view the friendship of old in good repute.
Evil Fluid nightmare
In the forgotten recesses of a desolate town, shrouded in a perpetual gloom, there existed an abandoned laboratory—an ominous relic of an era long past. Whispers echoed through the narrow alleys, tales spun by wary locals of an otherworldly concoction birthed from the twisted mind of a scientist who had succumbed to the allure of forbidden knowledge.
A strange guest
I felt something wrong in the room and I got up and looked around, then on one side I saw something moving fast. This happened a few months ago but has become very memorable for me because it is not only memorable but also very mysterious and interesting. I was about to have my BA exams but a few days before them I suddenly fell ill. He did not even move from bed for several days. The pain was so severe that when I got out of bed, I would get dizzy and I would have to lie down again. In all this, studies were also disturbed. After taking the medicine for several days continuously as per the doctor's instructions, something happened. During this time, I lost a week and was feeling very weak. A week before the exam, my mother strictly instructed me to drink milk every day and night. You should sleep and not study late at night. Get up early in the morning to prepare.
Hollywood Underrated: The Faculty
What do you get when the screenwriter of the Scream series and I Know What You Did Last Summer collaborates with the director of Desperado and From Dusk Till Dawn? An edgy teen sci-fi thriller born from one of the most creative crossovers that many horror/thriller fans forgot about, The Faculty.
The Other Woman
𝑰𝒏 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒅𝒆𝒑𝒕𝒉𝒔 𝒐𝒇 𝒉𝒆𝒓 𝒔𝒐𝒓𝒓𝒐𝒘, 𝒔𝒉𝒆 𝒔𝒕𝒐𝒐𝒅 𝒃𝒆𝒇𝒐𝒓𝒆 𝒕𝒉𝒆 𝒎𝒊𝒓𝒓𝒐𝒓, her reflection a haunting reminder of the pain that consumed her. Betrayal had etched its mark upon her heart, casting an evil and dark shadow over her once vibrant spirit. Emily's tear-filled eyes met her own gaze, she couldn't help but question the worth she once held. In that moment, the mirror become a cruel witness to her shattered trust, reflecting not only her external beauty but also the inner turmoil that threatened to consume her. This is the story of 𝑻𝒉𝒆 𝑶𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓 𝑾𝒐𝒎𝒂𝒏. She will not let him win. She won't let him walk away unscathed. She will have her vengeance, and it will be sweet.
House No. 450
On Saturday night, we three sisters stayed up talking until late at night. It must have been two o'clock in the morning. As soon as you come out...