Tag Archives: Paranormal

Unseelie Songs

Unseelie Songs by Liúsaidh For the past year we have published the dark, the horror, and the macabre. The stories that most other mags don’t want to touch or publish because they don’t fit with today’s politically correct themes. Today … Continue reading

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Vanity Kills

A Terrible Tale by Tom J Perrin Selfie /’sεlfi’/ Noun     Informal A photograph that one takes of oneself, typically taken with a smartphone or webcam, and shared via Social Media — The familiar click of the camera’s shutter annoyed everyone … Continue reading

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Hunger

A Twisted Tale by J Saler Drees When Makar was a baby in a Russian orphanage rats chewed on his face, leaving him for the rest of his life with a crumpled ear, missing nostril and disfigured lips. Growing up, … Continue reading

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The Leprechaun

Prose Poetry by Liúsaidh Standing stones. Blood on the rocks. Thrice I call you, Mortal Man. Thou hast caught my shoes, so I cannot run. In thy hands, my lantern of dark-light. I cannot lie. Mortal Man, who seeks his … Continue reading

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Classroom in the Mist

A Tale by A.L. Maher I remember. I was just a child. A small and insignificant little spec wandering through the mist. Lost and alone clutching my blanket in one hand and teddy in the other. The shapes loomed into … Continue reading

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Practice Makes Perfect

A Twisted Tale by Logan Scott Jones It’s been a grueling day, full of meetings on top of meetings, all of which amounted to jack shit. I thought about going to the bar to unwind, but I know my sponsor … Continue reading

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Where the Bones Lie

A Dark Tale by John Bryant Where do the bones lie? Not in the castle, immutable as sin. That’s where the Baron dwells, where the bats spill forth, where the howls of chained monstrosities splinter the night. Nor on the … Continue reading

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Alone

A Terrifying Tale by Raven Black. What terrified him most was that no one looked. No one saw him and as each person went by, oblivious to his presence, his terror rose. He turned around, his hands held out in … Continue reading

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