Monthly Archives: March 2016

CHAPTER 2 (Illusions on a Double Dimple)

(I realize that some clarification is needed, here.  This particular CHAPTER 2 has nothing to do with extra-terrestrial monsters or gothic horror tales from a long-lost century.  This is the 2nd chapter of a different story, a story of Earthly … Continue reading

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SWAMPGOD – Chapter 4

T’ung J’en [fellowship with man]               Onboard the Forcados Princess, Forrest Avery and Henry Dawson cringed beneath the gaze of the monster.  Its one elongated eye studied them thoughtfully as the men watched the silhouettes of their comrades dissolving … Continue reading

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SWAMPGOD – Chapter 3

Huan [dispersion]   “Are we ever going to get out of this swamp?” asked Professor Avery. He stopped pushing into the muck with the long pole he had been using for hours and wiped sweat out of his eyes with … Continue reading

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SWAMPGOD – Chapter 2

Lu [the Wanderer]   The alien’s dream came true. Seventy miles upstream on the Forcados River, four white men were boarding a rusty and filthy steam-powered river boat. Their plan was to explore the river to its muddy delta and … Continue reading

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SWAMPGOD

XU [WAITING]                                                                                                                                   Nearly a mile above the city, the leviathan hung like a giant spider. Using the long tentacles that grew from the top of its froglike body, it had climbed up the support-cables of the long bridge … Continue reading

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AND THEN

A hand grenade bounced off the wall behind Spongy Hahnemann. He couldn’t believe his eyes. What kinds of maniacs were they dealing with? He twisted and grabbed the little pineapple, expecting to be able to toss it back down the … Continue reading

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THE ASSAULT

Tiny Morrison rushed to the front of the house and peered over Louie’s broad shoulders. Louie squeezed the blinds wide so that his partner had a better view. Out in the street, a Chevy van had parked, blocking the driveway … Continue reading

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