By Ronald Kelly, Brad Smith, Crossroad Press
From the grasp of Southern-Fried Horror comes a suite of reports that may basically beat at midnight, diseased middle of Dixie...- An deserted furnace, full of shadow and haunted by way of tormented ghosts, stands as a grim testomony to a time while cruelty and the abuse of human flesh was once woefully commonplace...- A man's obsession with mysterious roadkill on a lonesome nation street awakens a scary starvation that cannot be satisfied...- boys enable interest get the higher of them and become aware of collector of monster motion picture memorabilia is whatever greater than a retired grasp of greasepaint and latex...- A dimwitted projectionist at a small-town drive-in theatre upsets a Saturday evening crowd whilst he unwilling releases a gloomy mystery from a dusty and forgotten movie can...- A grandfather's Christmas Eve tale of a unfinished trip by way of a drunken peddler captivates a tender boy and brings in regards to the supply of a yule reward as soon as regarded as ceaselessly lost...- It began as not anything greater than a shortcut home... a detour via a shadowy stretch of wooded area often called Tanglewood. yet what awaited an unsuspecting driving force, amid the comb and bramble, made an easy flat tire look like a frightening trip into madness... 22 terrifying stories of Southern darkness and depravity from Ronald Kelly, the acclaimed writer of worry, Blood family, Hell hole, and middle of the night Grinding & different Twilight Terrors.
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An old woman opened the screen door, looked out, then retreated with an expression ofpanic and horror. That door isn’t going to help you, lady, he thought. That whole damned house isn’t going to protect you. He doubted that the vault of the Harlan County Bank & Trust would hold up to this demon’s ceaseless hunger. As the thing pounced and landed atop him, Paul thought of his mother and some of the quirky sayings she used to pass on to him. One came to mind as he felt the thing’s claws meticulously, almost tenderly, separate the back of his leather jacket and the cloth of the shirt just beyond.
An uneasy silence hung heavily in the sanctuary for a long moment. Then Pastor Wilkes turned and regarded the elderly woman sitting at the church organ. ” I watched as my grandmother primly turned off her organ and, for the very last time, left the spot she had occupied for countless Sunday mornings. With her head held high, she walked down the center aisle, enduring the stares of shock and disgust that etched the faces of the congregation. As she reached the rear doorway, I shakily stood to my feet.
Ripping. Frantically, he looked around; found a large rock at the far side of the highway. He grabbed it up in both hands and battered at the side window. It held fast, refusing to shatter. Damn safety glass! Suddenly, the inner glass of the Escalade began to gloss over with great, thick curtains of crimson. ” screamed Jill from inside that slaughterhouse on wheels. ” Her husband began to scream himself, loud and horrified, full of utter hopelessness. He paced back and forth beside the vehicle, wishing… no, praying that some ignorant Kentucky redneck would happen along to help him.