A compilation of short horror stories by Laurie Bowler where you can find the creepiest and most gruesome happenings and monsters.
Blood will be spilt, bodies will be torn apart, lives will be ruined and mostly a shiver will creep down your spine when you are reading these stories!
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The Sand Monster: The creature that humans ran away from seeks his revenge after disobeying his mother, and hides under the sand to capture his prey. As his hunger begins to spin out of control, he loses his patience. Find out what happens to those he has hunted.
Scared of the Dark: While Melissa sleeps and her nightmares seemed to come alive, and beg her to stay and be with them, it’s with every increasing effort to wake up when they start by the nurse employed to help. Will Melissa be able to wake up before the monsters drag her further into their dark creepy world?
The Torturous Family: Sent to live away with her distant family in a remote part of the world, Bridgette stumbles across strange occurrences with these odd people, and follows her cousin to the ever remote and intriguing shed at the bottom of the garden. Find out what happens to Bridgette and the notorious shed.
Wendigo: Richard begins to notice the missing peoples list in his village is beginning to get longer with each passing day; he decided to investigate and troubles the gossip landlady Rose for information. The information will lead Richard to uncover horrible myths and legends that have surrounded the village for some time