Category: Always into Darkness
That darkest of places, where the monsters always win. A place where, even in the daylight, the endless night prevails.
Short stories in the tradition of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960 masterpiece Psycho, that are … “Always into Darkness”.
“Shadowy figures you say.”
“Yes. Black robes with hoods. Very over the top and melodramatic. Straight out of Dunwich Horror.”
“Lady Glenda has a well-deserved reputation of the theatrical.”
The men chuckle. Seemingly laughing off the encounter. But, the significance of it is not lost on anyone in the room.… Read Full Article
With their decrepit shopping cart nearby. They dig through a dumpster for lunch. Supplementing their kitty with twenty-dollar blowjobs.
Karen’s teeth are so filthy, they look rotten. A long, facile, dirty tongue. Long dirty ragged fingernails and toenails.… Read Full Article
A Chance Encounter
Found Love in the RFT Personals? It’s a chance encounter. Karen answering a lonely nun’s advertisement in the Riverfront Times personals. The nun is a Bene Gesserit. Karen doesn’t know this Sister Edy. But. It turns out that this Sister Edy knows the deceased Karen Digney, and is obsessed with her.… Read Full Article
Breakfast at Tiffany’s
Judi Dench—“If becoming a dame means you’ve got to behave very well. That’s very, very boring.”
In point of fact, Oversight is to the UK what Section is to the Bene Gesserits. Analogous, not equivalent. In point of fact, no one in the British government will admit that Oversight exists, on or off the record.… Read Full Article
The Morning After
It’s the morning after date night. So. As always. For the duration of the girl’s stay. With one notable exception. Neither woman will wear any clothes or shoes.
Helen admires her handiwork. Subjecting Karen to electroshock and then butchering the girl’s brain.… Read Full Article