It had been a week since he had died – the police and coroner couldn’t come up with an appropriate ‘Cause Of Death’. This wasn’t humanly possible, for a man to have each of his fingers twisted around, his palms split in two, his face disfigured and his body… twisted like a soaked towel. Continue reading #HORROR-SHORROR: The Gravestone: A Short Horror
I can think of an overall of three people that had left my school, Preston High, all due to bullying; mainly body shaming. Funny thing is, I was involved in all of those situations.
Continue reading #STORYTIME: Confessions of a Teenage Body Shamer: Chapter 1
We drove inside once the gates opened and carried on driving on a long-winded road. Passing by the millions of Lawson Cypress trees, shrubs trimmed to perfection and a pool the size of a football field, tennis courts that covered the land, we finally reached the first row of houses. We reached house number 13, the place we could finally call home after living with my in-laws for 7 dreadful years. Continue reading #HORROR-SHORROR: The Killings of Everdale : Chapter 1
I had never been the person to get frightened easily. In fact, I never really got frightened at all. I was the kind of person that thought horror movies were dumb and too predictable, I could always tell who would die first and who would be the one to survive. I found clowns funny, which wasn’t creepy – or at least I didn’t think it … Continue reading #HORROR-SHORROR: Haunted House
DISCLAIMER: Some of the themes/dialogues in this article deal with abuse and domestic violence, and may be triggering, or uncomfortable for some readers. Please read at your own discretion. I am sitting at the café waiting for Diana; she told me to meet her here, sounding frantic on the phone. ”Meet me at our usual place, at two ‘o clock. I need to meet with … Continue reading #HORROR-SHORROR: ”I could see it on her face…”