Night Terrors Vol. 14: Short Horror Stories Anthology

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When night falls, a dance of death begins…

A realtor desperately tries to sell a haunted house before it consumes her body and soul. A young couple’s vacation at a campground takes an ominous turn when something menacing lurks nearby. And a haunting melody leads a curious girl to a bittersweet tale of love and loss…

Grab your partner and join the spirits on the dance floor. Scare Street’s latest collection of supernatural horror is a grand ball of fear and nightmares. This sinister collection is bursting with fourteen tales of terror—more than enough to keep you dancing with demons all night long…

The music plays faster and faster. You struggle to keep up, but you can feel your life force ebbing, your flesh withering. Something is feeding upon you, draining your essence. But no matter how hard you try, you can’t stop moving to this deadly beat.

And once the music ends, the only sounds you hear are your own screams of terror…

This volume features the following stories:

1. Marshmallow Murderer by Melissa Gibbo

2. Organ Manipulator by Justin Boote

3. Camping with the Carnival by Jason E. Maddux

4. Serenade by Craig Crawford

5. Sold by Renee Miller

6. Gram's Garden by J. L. Royce

7. The Gift that Keeps on Giving by Peter Kelly

8. The Womb by Edwin Callihan

9. Eyeless by C. M. Saunders

10. Dark Home by Simon Lee-Price

11. The Wooden Box by P. D. Williams

12. The Limb Farmer by Caleb Stephens

13. Ouroboros by Melissa Burkley

14. Crow's Books by Ron Ripley

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