Gather 'round. This little horror story puts a different twist on "roadside shrines". The Lore ROADSIDE SHRINES Roadside shrines can be seen on almost any major highway in the world. In the United States, they are common throughout the Southwest, especially on Highway 86 between Tucson and Why, Arizona. This two lane road cuts through … Continue reading Short Story Time Again!
The Lore: Crazy Woman Camp, Why, AZ In the far reaches of southern Arizona, just north of Organ Pipe National Monument, lies the tiny hamlet of Why. Little more than a wide spot in the road, the town’s main attraction is a rustic market and gift shop - aptly named “The Why Not Store”. One … Continue reading FISH BAIT
Great Balls of Fire The Lore: The Hornet Spook Light, Near Joplin, Missouri I was raised in Northeastern Oklahoma and knew about the Hornet Spook Light long before investigating the area for my book. As a child, we referred to the mysterious phenomena as the Joplin Spook Light because sightings occurred along a rural county road … Continue reading SHORT TALES
REVIEW: Welcome Back, Jack starts as a slow moving police procedural that subtly wraps around you like a constrictor, keeping you snug and comfortable with the story and characters. . . until it starts to squeeze. By then it's too late because you're morbidly fascinated by this psychological thriller bordering on a horror novel. … Continue reading Welcome Back, Jack – Gritty, Gutsy, Good!
Check out my "other" blog, OlDogandMe.com for new short story series, The Lost Highway - beginning with a free read, "Unmarked Graves". As you may (or may not) know, I've embraced the nomadic life. Hubby, dog, cat and me are wandering full time in an RV. I research local history and lore along the way, converting … Continue reading Horror Short Story: Unmarked Graves
GIVEAWAY Win an e-Copy ENTER HERE Beneath Eldritch City Shorts Book 1 Robin Heggelund Hansen Genre: Crime/Horror Date of Publication: March 21st, 2015 ASIN: B00V0R5QYW Number of pages: 15 Word Count: 5100 Book Description: Nine years have passed since the tragic and mysterious deaths of Mr. Phillips and his daughter. A new clue surfaces, one … Continue reading Like Horror? Read “Beneath” by Robin Heggelund Hansen