It was the sense of smell which came back to me first. The air was damp, mouldy, the kind of smell which seemed unclean to breathe in. I held my breath a couple of times, hoping for the smell to pass, but it did not. My vision slowly came back, along with my hearing, and … Continue reading Don’t Play With Your Food
The final part of this short horror series
The penultimate part of my Lovecraft-inspired short horror story.
Missed the beginning? Start here. We’ve unearthed it! I don’t know whether it is fear or excitement that currently pumps through me – but we now know that Tobias was not the madman either of us thought he was. I can't decide whether to describe it as glorious or dire, but I can at least … Continue reading Strange Findings At A National Trust Estate – Part Three
Part two of this five-part horror story.
Part one of a five part lovecraftian story I originally shared online.
A short Lovecraftian horror story.
The 2018 start-of-the-year update on the state of things.
A short horror story I wrote last year. A man buys a mirror from a car boot stall, and it turns out to be more than he bargained for...
The city of Gloucester has had a long and bloody history. It played the role of a pivotal stronghold during the English civil war, survived countless sieges and the horror of the Black Plague. It is a modern city now, but it is built on the bones of constructions going back as far as the … Continue reading The Blind Beast Of Old Gloucester