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"Will you still be my friend... when I have now become the enemy?"
My mother has just brought her friend over, they just came back from a funeral. In fact, her friend is right behind you.
Not very subtle, but I kinda like it.
She kept eating. She ate until he was half-way gone.
It was so dark i couldn't see a single thing. However, it could see me.
Sorry if my attempt wasn't very good. Horror isn't my strong point.
I gripped the hard-cover book with trembling, sweaty hands. The title stared up at me, its eyes devoid of all humanity: "Fundamentals of Geometry and Algebra".
A Man who loved his father woke up from a nightmare—only to find his son's mutilated corpse sutured to the living room ceiling. The child's skin tore as its black-veined eyes forced its withered head to turn towards its father's bedroom door; watching, with vacant eyes, its grandfather skitter quietly towards its father, suturing kit in hand.
edited 9th May '17 11:27:40 AM by Xzinic
I feel you... deep inside me... Oh Lord, please burn me until my ashes are clean.
You think I'm fucking insane? Why are you the only one that can see me?
A human stood before the Father and Son, whom were meticulously perusing a rather important book. There was no greater dread or horror that the human could experience after hearing the words, "Your name is not written in the Book of Life."
My son is the sweetest child I've ever known. Now I know the recipe is just perfect.
One day, the scientist researching immortality was asked why he was so dedicated to it. He said it was because another experiment showed him the afterlife.
For years the loud booming mad laughter plagued our lives, never stopping for a second. We should never have tried to find God.
They say Nothing Is Scarier. I know better.
According to legend, cameras steal souls when they take a person's photograph. That's ridiculous — there's no such thing as a soul.
I was really sad when Daddy said we had to have Rex put down because he was sick. At least I got to keep his shoes.
I thought being Buried Alive was the worst. Then I heard the whispers.
Dying Alone is impossible. Some thing is always there waiting for you to expire.
Tonight, the news report covered the Serial Killer responsible for decapitating twenty people and taking their heads. That reminded me that I need to clean out my fridge.
When the aliens first arrived they insisted they wanted nothing but a close relationship with humanity. I guess it doesn't get closer than laying their eggs on our paralyzed bodies.
I dumped my boyfriend six months ago. Most of him.
They say that in space, no one can hear you scream. Let's find out, shall we?
Edited by M84 on Sep 18th 2019 at 3:10:40 AM
The thunder cracked loudly during the night. It was only afterward I realized that wasn't thunder.
I woke up and screamed. It echoed inside of the coffin.
The fortuneteller I met told me I would die the day I saw a mountain upside-down. I chuckled again at the silly prediction as I boarded my flight home.
I was blackout drunk last night and couldn't remember what happened when I woke the next morning. The news covering a fatal hit-and-run involving a child jogged my memory.
Your baby's laughter is the most beautiful sound in the world. At least until you remember your baby was stillborn.
I watched a documentary covering various parasitoid wasps that lay eggs in hapless hosts which hatch and devour them. Uneasily I scratched at the large red bump that appeared on my side a few days ago.
Edited by M84 on Sep 19th 2019 at 3:36:56 AM
Nothing is more uncomfortable than a warm toilet seat. Especially since I live alone.
I don't remember who wrote it but it fits here.
While I was eating a homemade hamburger I turned on the news. The breaking news was that my local butcher had been arrested for murder and grinding up the bodies.
Edited by M84 on Sep 19th 2019 at 2:07:02 AM
"Without looking down from my book, I reached down and idly scratched my dog behind her ears. Hearing a growling sound, I looked up and saw Meg on the other side of the room, snarling and bristling as she stared at something just below me and to my side."
"It wasn't until grandpa showed up like always for Sunday service that we began to wonder if there were more than traditional reasons for burying the dead under six feet of soil and a slab of rock."
"In any case, there is no chance of this spreading as long as Specimen D wasn't exposed to the open air." "Wait, Specimen D?"
I found a dead mouse on the driveway this morning. Our cat has been dead for a week.
The news mentioned that someone had put acid in our water supply. Just a few minutes ago, my son went to take a shower.
My boss didn't show up for work this morning. I guess the hit had worked.
Sounds like your boy's in for a trip...
The alarm on my phone rang and I reached for it as it shut off.
My hand were nowhere near that phone.
Edited by TitanJump on Sep 20th 2019 at 6:21:13 PM
My senses reawaken, why do I smell sulfur?
There's some existential horror for you.
My eyes burst, a thousand hooks pierced my skin, my lungs were filled with fire. I never realized being dead didn't mean an end to pain but rather an eternity of it.
Edited by M84 on Sep 20th 2019 at 6:06:33 PM
"Light and chants, light and chants everywhere, always; eternal bliss, an overwhelming joy every minute, forever, until your mind is numbed and you can't feel it anymore... who thought that being in heaven could be so boring?" "Who said you've sent to heaven?"
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