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The Watchers – The Rise of the Wicked

I’d better start somewhere, so why not at the beginning. The name’s Garrett Flynn, at least, well, at least I think it is, I cant quite remember much after the accident, which I still cant get my head around, I … Continue reading

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The Forgotten – Part 1

The Forgotten – Part 1 – The Mark of the Fall January 14th 2013 – King’s College Hospital, London – 01:45am Jack Lomax was dying. The seventy five years of his life had been good ones, on the whole. He … Continue reading

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My Horrible Orgy of Nightmares

You may not be too surprised to know that apocalypse movies, you know the ones where some virus or whatever accidently (or not, as is sometimes the case) is released into the atmosphere, turning the worlds population into walking corpses … Continue reading

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The Winter of Death – pt 12

September 5th 1990 He couldn’t wait to see the look on Maria Mason’s face when she discovered him in her home, waiting, white mask covering his face. The devil come to take her soul. His meticulous planning over the weeks previous had … Continue reading

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Henry Took and the Secret of Christmas

  Up the rickety and creaky stairs you go, each side lined with old, grainy, pictures of stern faces, adults and children alike. Then, following the narrow and dimly lit hallway, all the way to the end, don’t be scared … Continue reading

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The Winter of Death – Pt 11

Watching as the semi conscious figure of Harold Bart was loaded into the back of the ambulance, a small throng of passers-by ogling from the opposite side of the road, McCann stepped to one side and pulled his mobile from … Continue reading

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The Winter of Death – Part 10

  13th December – Mid Morning. St Margaret’s Church, Rainham .     All but for the gentle hum of passing traffic, the churchyard was quiet. The early morning winter sun had begun to peek its way over the treetops, … Continue reading

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