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Three Horror Story Shorts

3 Christmas Horror Shorts

 

In a generally quirky mood I decided to jot down these horror short stories back in December. It wasn't until recently that I discovered I hadn't posted the story shorts. Follow along with the mindset that these tiny stories hope to invoke your imagination without too much flowery prompt. The photo-manipulated images are created using stock photos from the Pexels website. Feel free to enlarge the pictures for a better view!

Girl holding a lantern, Reindeer, Free Horror Short Story

Ruldolph the Red

A girl runs in the snow. The red nosed reindeer chases after her. Foam slobbering from its mouth.


Stranger with Knife, Boy at Window, Rain drops on a window sill

Winter Feeling

“Winter is here,” a boy exclaimed as he peered out from the window of his bedroom.

“So am I,” said a stranger from behind as he held a knife.


Deranged woman holding a knife, Horror Short Story, Hamburger

Forever Family


“Dinner is served,” the mother said, setting pot roast on the table before her children.

“But where is papa?” A child asked.

The mother oddly smiled. “After this meal, he’ll always be within us.”


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