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”.
The House of Usher
Hawk and Fisher finally come to a halt before a decrepit two-story building almost at the end of the lane. Paint is peeling off the closed front door, and the stonework is pitted and crumbling. The two narrow windows are hidden behind closed wooden shutters.… Read Full Article
In the Beginning
Haven is a dark city.
The narrow streets huddle together. The plain stone and timber buildings lean on each other for support. Out leaning upper stories bow to each other like tired old men shutting out the light but, even in the shadows there is little relief from the midsummer heat.… Read Full Article