utting her hair, at one time, would make her cry. It was such a horrible experience C
tter fear would grip her upon sitting in the chair knowing she was at the mercy of the hairdresser U
ed hair ringlets defined the core of who she was and were her pride and joy, so she was so particular R
etting the electric razor zoom across her scalp, she smiled. L
uck it, cancer! She would grow back stronger. S
inding the darkness settling into his soul F
verything began to slow except his heartbeat E
nimalistic screams escaped his tightening throat A
eaching up on tiptoes toward the full moon the transformation was complete R
on’t fear the reaper was a phrase that didn’t make sense D
eaper represented death, the end, that’s all folks R
veryone should be fearful. They should be scared witless. E
nd that’s why he was so confused at the moment A
dn’t these people understand he was the real thing, especially on Halloween? Di
ocusing on what caused him to tremble F
mbracing the terror he held in his hand E
llowed him to rise above that base emotion and use it to his advantage A
eaching for the top of the box he opened it and asked, “Will you marry me?” R
laustrophobic tall walls keep closing in the farther he fled C
s he rounded a corner, he came to a sheer cliff face announcing it was the end of the road A
ow all he could do was turn around and confront his greatest fear N
ears had passed since the last time he had faced the gunslinger Y
n that occasion. he had escaped with only losing his dignity O
ow it was time to pay for all those years of running… A single shot echoed. N
loaked in her beloved darkness, she shivered with excitement C
s she peered over her city, watching those far below A
utting fear in the hearts of those trying to hide in the night P
nabling her to sense her prey E
an’t make it hot enough to please him C
e scarfs down whole scotch bonnets for breakfast H
even saw him puree ghost peppers and drink it as a smoothie I
ast Superbowl was the topper. The con carne concoction he brought was pure chemical warfare L
eaving us all to stare in awe and fear as he ate the whole thing without a single sniffle L
t did come to no surprise that his intestines eventually got their revenge for his war crimes. I
orcing his eyes open, Kevin squinted at the light F
yes watered from the fetid smell, further obscuring his vision E
ll of his being screamed at him to run away A
un he did, but at the monster, scaring it away R
I stood in the middle of the ruined city and wondered if there were any survivors. I had been in the mountains when my cell phone suddenly didn’t have any signal. I didn’t care then. It was part of the reason I love hiking the Adirondacks.
I figured when I drove to the gas station after my hike that I would check in with my roommate, but there had been still no signal. The gas station had been empty. The place was open, but no one was home. Hell, the lights didn’t work.
I drove empty roads all the way back to my dorm, but I didn’t meet another moving car. Hell, I didn’t see another human.
Now I stand here and wonder if I was the last person here on Earth.
I begin to hear a rumble from the west.
I am filled with fear.
I run but I…
ocus on the lock. Focus on the lock! F
ven though Myra could hear the monster coming E
s she finally got the combination right, she felt the razor slice her throat A
eality shattered as she felt her life force pulse away R