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Browsing the "historical horror" Tag

Die Teufelsbrücke

Die Teufelsbrücke

People always get the wrong end of the stick when I tell them that my grandad was a Nazi. I mean, of course he was in the Leipzig branch of the Hitler Youth as a teen, joined the party when [...]

March 14, 2017 Folklore and Folktales, Historical Fiction, Locations and Sites, Myths and Legends
Abgar’s Story

Abgar’s Story

I’m unsure of what to say. All I can say is that I’m scared. Very scared. My hands shake violently as I hastily scribble down a few words onto the coarse wooden tablet. This is my only hope. “In the [...]

March 6, 2017 Based on True Events, Folklore and Folktales, Historical Fiction, Myths and Legends, Science Fiction and Aliens, Uncategorized
Before the Revelation

Before the Revelation

December 15th, 1985 Joram Bernstein Well, time surely does fly. It’s already been forty years since my wonderful stay in Auschwitz. To my surprise, I’m not horribly tormented by the memories of that putrid hellhole of a prison like most [...]

February 15, 2017 Based on True Events, Beings and Entities, Historical Fiction
Windigo Eyes

Windigo Eyes

[fvplayer src=”http://youtube.com/watch?v=to3waLaZpKo”] Windigo Eyes Credit: Vince “Gatekeeper” Bios [...]

February 9, 2017 Folklore and Folktales, Historical Fiction, Myths and Legends, Uncategorized
The Well

The Well

My grandfather grew up on a chicken farm outside of Krakow, Poland. He passed away a few years ago at the age of 82. A few days before his passing on, due to an aggressive form of stomach cancer, he [...]

February 4, 2017 Based on True Events, Beings and Entities, Historical Fiction
Stonehenge

Stonehenge

Stonehenge is one of the great mysteries of our world. Erected almost six-thousand years ago, these ten-ton slabs of stone make up one of the seven wonders of ancient times. But how did it get there, and why? —- Nan’uk [...]

December 30, 2016 Folklore and Folktales, Historical Fiction, Locations and Sites, Myths and Legends
Roanoke

Roanoke

In the year of our Lord, 1587, celebration filled the spring air for the good people of Roanoke Colony. Winter had been unyielding once again, and the menace of war with the Spanish had severed much-needed replenishment of goods and [...]

August 5, 2016 Historical Fiction, Locations and Sites, Strange and Unexplained
Tell Them Increase!

Tell Them Increase!

Honorable C.S.H.M: I was there when it started four years ago to the day. I, the baker and Mathias, my friend the farrier. We walked the quaint cobblestone streets of our town that night as we did most, houses unshuttered, [...]

June 10, 2016 Historical Fiction, Poems and Poetry, Rites and Rituals
The Lost Cosmonaut

The Lost Cosmonaut

Officially, Yuri Gagarin was the first human to reach outer space. His historic flight in April of 1961 kick-started the space race in earnest. The Soviet space program, however, was shrouded in secrecy from the beginning. There have long been [...]

May 3, 2016 Historical Fiction, Strange and Unexplained
A Madman’s Guide to the Unrecommended

A Madman’s Guide to the Unrecommended

AN INTRODUCTION First and foremost, a few matters of introduction have to be placed down. You are probably wondering who I am. What am I called? What does the barista misspell on my steaming paper cup? Well, this is my [...]

April 3, 2016 Historical Fiction, Rites and Rituals