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#72 Ramsey Campbell


Ramsey Campbell is an English horror fiction writer, editor and critic who has been writing for well over fifty years.

He can be found on the world wide web as Ramsey Campbell. 148 more words



“And it was then that Nyarlathotep came out of Egypt. Who he was, none could tell, but he was of the old native blood and looked like a Pharaoh. 180 more words

Black Snake Conjure

A mother's love by Sam.Simon

Her face contorted.

Her husband encouraged, “Breathe! The doctor, “Push!”

She howled. Blood sprayed the doctor.

A nurse shrieked, “It’s coming out hands first … not hands… what are those?!” 78 more words

Flash Fiction

Френсис Стивенс "Цитадель страха" главы 24-25

Глава 24  Одинокий путешественник

Через неровное пустое поле в трех километрах от Ундина спотыкаясь и тяжело дыша двигалась под равнодушными звездами темная фигура. Раз или два она упала между рядами высохшей кукурузной стерни. 



The dream feels wet and cold. He has to pee and does. It’s uncomfortable lying there, soaked in urine and looking into her eyes. Big brown eyes, rimmed with tears and shadowed with terror. 517 more words

Weird Tales

All Very Nice in a Lowly Way

I am glad you found my stories worth reading—especially “Polaris”, which was written in 1918 before I ever read a word of Dunsany’s. That tale is a favourite with Galpin & Long, though it is so connected with certain facts of science—astronomical, geological, & physiographical—that it lacks the advantages of simplicity and clearness. 145 more words