I don’t know what put this in my head. That’s the funny thing about inspiration, you may never know from where it came.
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One of the most pervasive and scarriest genres of horror deals with the duality of man.
Every year their village is plundered and their kin are tortured and murdered. One village elder speaks out and tries to rally his village to defend itself.
1: Walk-ins Welcome “Jim? This is David Thorsun over at County General.Can you send a deputy over here right away?We have a DOA in the emergency room. It’s kind of urgent.”———————————————————————————- The night at..
Sometimes the things in our heads are more real than the things around us.
Working alone late at night can be unsettling. It’s even more unsettling when you discover that you’re not alone.
He was born a horror. A twisted, bent human who was raised as a monster and will soon die like one. In his final words, we get to see the humanity behind the monster.
There is no scientific term for the fear of elevators, but is a very real phobia that affects many people including our main character in this story.
Like a thousand tiny eyes they watch each of us. Their eyes press against the glass peering through every open crack between the curtains, every open slit between the blinds. They look through the key holes and under the doors. They never enter and they n