“My family played a card game two hours after we put grandma in the cold Oregon ground. To be specific, we played Cards Against Humanity—a party game for horrible people, as it says on the little black box. I think that’s a fair description—of my family that is.”
Father Lichtenberg departed the church through the back door, removed his white tab collar, and lit a cigarette in the … Continue Reading The Offering
I love Halloween. It’s the one time of year everyone wears a mask, not just me. People think it’s fun … Continue Reading A Traditional Love Story
It’s an hour into my regular shift as I knock on the door. “Open,” he replies. “Looks like it’ll rain … Continue Reading Let Them See
She’s been gone for three days now. I haven’t left my house. Today I haven’t left my bed. I’m not … Continue Reading Fear Squared
We all know Roadkill, remains of animals on the side of the road that decrease slowly with every passing day. But the familiar blood trails are not always what they appear to be.