Tag Archive: horror

Death Shall Have No Dominion

“Deep in a tangled forest, there dwelt four sisters whose mother, a wood-wife, had died by the bite of a werewolf years before…” (Rated: PG-13)

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The Maid of Harlaw

“Over the last 300 years, a total of eleven men of the Jameson family have been found dead in, or near, the ruins of Brunstane Tower near the village of Bonaly in Mid-Lothian…”

That Awful, Thrilling Terror

“Why there was a tower there, no one knew, but it had stood there since the town was built, and it shall stand there for a century more…”

Arthur and the Vale of Shadows: A Tale of Dracula in the Days of Camelot

“Hear the cry of your blood-bought son. Shadows around me seek to destroy my very soul and snuff out my life, but You are with me…”

Whispers of the Autumn Court

“Ours was the world of dankness and seeping chill, of rot and decay beneath the vibrant greens, of flash-fire autumns that gave way quickly to winter’s barren bones…”

The Beast and My Demise

“You warned me it was the beast of the woods, and assured me that you’d keep me safe…Oh, why oh why, did I believe you?”

The Philosopher of the Opera: A Phantom of the Opera Fan-Fiction Story

“’The beauty in this Story is so great it freezes the soul, and still makes the blood melt…where the drama hangs on a knife-edge at every turn, and even a stableboy’s lines, when given at the right time, can save the neck of a nation.’” (Rated: PG)

I’ve Got No Strings: Pinocchio, C.S. Lewis, and the Meaning of Conscience

Read about the profound connection between the “I’ve Got No Strings” song in Pinnochio and C.S. Lewis’s exploration of the nature of our consciences.