She sat there with her hands around a cup of coffee looking out the window at passing traffic. Tomack Alto tried not to stare, but she was a total stranger sitting there in his kitchen in the early morning and she had come to his door speaking something to him that he had never expected to hear. She had told him about the blood coating … Continue reading Coffee in the Morning by Russ Bickerstaff
The first time it happened I was eating a Western omelette at a diner on Route 1, thinking about nothing in particular. All of a sudden, my heart started to pound like a jackhammer and I broke into a sweat. The funky, sixties-style hanging lamps over the counter suddenly seemed too bright and the music playing softly in the background (I remember it was “Shiny … Continue reading Shut In by Jill Hand
Deadman’s Tome is calling for horror shorts! If you write horror short stories, then submit it, have it featured on the site and earn .10 cents per view, like, and comment. Submit your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org Continue reading Call for Submissions
With the Free Weekend over and over 500 copies downloaded and read, you can still get a copy of Therapy for the Dead for a little more than the price of a Coke. Check out the thrilling paranormal horror. https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/social/swf/B00BL5HAL0/o=ShareProduct/ref=cm_sw_aw_do_sp Continue reading Therapy For The Dead
Some facts in life are so bizarre that it leaves one wondering about the fare of humanity. This is one of those moments. A dolphin and trainer have sexual relations. http://nypost.com/2014/06/10/the-dolphin-that-fell-in-love-with-a-human/ You read that right. A woman had sexual relations with a boner happy dolphin, but it may not be what you think. The trainer didn’t open her love hole like one of those kinky … Continue reading Dolphin and Trainer have sexual relationship!
When conversing about the news and what not it’s easy to hear a comment about how the media covers shit. This comment is then followed by laughs and mutual agreement, usually. Yet, it’s 2015 and the media seems completely ignorant that it has now literally covered shit. If that word offends you, please note that I’m using it as a noun and using it because … Continue reading Swastika Poop, WTF?
Horror plays on the fear of the reader, sometimes by summoning shadows out from the dark, calling demons out from the abyss, casting madness on the weak, and sometimes by playing with truths of reality. Dan Graffeo plays on the fear of losing all when the bet is called in The Gambling Bug. A cast of characters, weaken and battered by life, succumb to the … Continue reading The Gambling Bug Review