Night Terrors Vol. 13: Short Horror Stories Anthology

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A carnival of nightmares awaits…

A cab ride to an infamous cemetery takes a sinister turn when the passengers discover they may be the graveyard’s next residents. Fun and games unleash evil beyond imagination when a young couple rolls the dice of a board game from hell. And a treasure hunt turns deadly when a pair of explorers discover what’s really hiding deep in the woods…

Step right up, and prepare to scream with delight! Scare Street’s latest collection of supernatural horror is the main attraction. This diabolical tome is packed with fourteen tales of supernatural terror. It is bursting at the seams, like a tiny car full of carnivorous clowns.

So sit back, relax, and enjoy the show. Don’t mind the severed fingers in your cotton candy or the blood stains on your seat. And whatever you do, don’t pet the snarling beasts.

The show must go on! And once you enter this dazzling circus of nightmares and dark fantasy, the terror never ends…

This volume features the following stories:

1. The Ash Collector by Amanda Cecelia Lang

2. Don't Scream by Renee Miller

3. The Shatter Box by Paul O'Neill

4. Aokigahara by Matthew McKiernan

5. The Steepest Fare by John Cady

6. Foster Parents by Matthew A. Clarke

7. The Treasure in the Woods by Oliver C. Seneca

8. Stingers and Scratches by Matt Bliss

9. The Scent of Decay by Madison Estes

10. Waiting Out the Storm by Mike Schuhler

11. The Thackery Tree by Kristen Reid

12. The Bowels of Hell by Kris Ashton

13. Lester's Locket by Carl Hughes

14. A Hand of Glory by Ron Ripley

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1 review
Janet Rose
January 10, 2024
Great short stories read
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