A short story about a man chased by an unimaginable killer beast tries escaping by crossing an endless ancient wooden bridge. Will he escape the terror and survive the potentially hazardous bridge and its unknown horrors?
Timothy Caldwell owns Cold Timmy's, an ice cream shop that is near foreclosure. What will this God-fearing man do to save his little ice cream shop?
A stranger visits a rural town during a time when visitors are most unwelcome and certainly feared.
A married couple hold up in their home for a quarantine lasting longer than expected, and even more unexpected things begin happening when a stranger comes to their home.
What makes a hero?
They see a door.
A closed door.
Red capes and roaring waves reveal soaring men and raging fins
Boys born and bred through pain and tragedy create hidden sins
Suffering through responsibility teaches lessons of great power and accountability
Women rise with swords and shields or protect and defend with powers of invisibility.
Families evolve and families change through errors of calculations
One unites and brings fame for the forgiveness from miscalculations
Kings reign under and fight for wrongs above
Kings feign their ruling through rots of love
Heroes we see, through our eyes what we can allow
Heroes hide inside giving all they can endow
Towering men achieve and amass knowledge no other can
Changing men achieve multiples and an immortal lifespan
Men unable, men desire, men will lead
Men stand tall, waves behind soar, hope will bleed
Suits of honor, suits of…
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What makes a hero? They see a door. A closed door. Open. Run.
Mr. Druitt of 5152 Treeforth Dr. receives an unexpected visit from a Detective investigating the murder of five people that have left investigators baffled at how five corpses could be cut up without bleeding.
Unbeknownst to five people, a mysterious shape haunts their suburban neighborhood as they begin their Saturday night of party and relaxation.
Johnny helps his father clean out his home and is instructed to bring his fathers favorite rocking chair to his nursing home warning him, "Not a scratch on it!"