Head Soup

I once sat across from a guy who told me about killing his girlfriend, him cutting her into pieces and boiling her head. He explained why he killed her and wished he could talk to the parents so they could understand that what he did was a good thing (it wasn’t) I sat with him for 45 minutes as he went into detail, was the … Continue reading Head Soup

Banging On The Glass

My house sits farther back in the lot than most other houses. It is a strange lay out as well, the sidewalk runs the length of the living room and ends at the front porch, which lets into the living room. Large windows that do not open allow great light to get into the living room, but at the cost of no privacy. The rest … Continue reading Banging On The Glass

Man Outside My Window

I had awesome parents who let me sleep in the living room on weekend nights when I was very young because my sister was a light sleeper and I could stay up until dawn. But of course I always end up sleeping on the couch because Nick At Nite made me tried. So, one night I wake up to the prickly feeling. Like an instinct. … Continue reading Man Outside My Window

Bike Ride Home

A few summers ago I went for a bike ride around midnight with a friend. We went our separate ways at the end of the evening and I had about two blocks to ride back by myself. Because of construction I had to ride on the sidewalk but the streets were dead but it wasn’t a problem until right where I was about to turn … Continue reading Bike Ride Home

The Shadow

I didn’t know that’s what it was called until much later. I was living in a house in Laguna Beach that had been there since the 1920s. In it’s history, it had been a speakeasy, a brothel and a house for smuggling illegal immigrants. One day, my new wife and I were having an argument. I can’t even recall what it was about. She walked … Continue reading The Shadow

The Cell Phone

A couple of months ago, my friend’s cousin (a single mother) bought a new cell phone. After a long day of work, she came home, placed her phone on the counter, and went watch to TV; her son came to her and asked if he could play with her new phone. She told him not to call anyone or mess with text messages, and he … Continue reading The Cell Phone

Flying Boulders

“When I was doing trail clearing, there was a lot of strange shit. One night I was camped by a lake, miles from even the nearest road, when a boulder just flew into the lake from the other side. Then another, then another. The boulders looked to be several hundred pounds, and the lake EXPLODED when they hit. They looked wider and taller than me … Continue reading Flying Boulders

Anneliese Michel

It’s hard to determine whether this girl’s story is real or fabricated. The story of Anneliese Michel involves her being possessed by six different demons with different voices and mannerisms. These photos were taken during her exorcism- a way to release the demons from her body. There is audio of the different demon’s voices that possessed Anneliese online if you’re brave enough to check it … Continue reading Anneliese Michel

Why I have no Mirrors

I am 19 years old. There are no mirrors in my house. None of my friends want to come over because they want to do normal sleepover activities, like makeovers hair styling. But we can’t do that at my house, so I always go to their houses. Even then, I refuse to look in the mirror, because of something that happened a few months ago. … Continue reading Why I have no Mirrors

Brutal Murder in Bibb Town

The State’s evidence tended to show the following.   On February 24, 1995, Tallapoosa police discovered the charred body of Kimberly Brooks rolled in a carpet;  the carpet was lying beside a dirt road in Bibb Town. The coroner testified that Brooks had been shot in the head and the stomach and that there was soot in her lungs and trachea;  he testified that she … Continue reading Brutal Murder in Bibb Town