A Darkened Landscape
By Algor X. Dennison
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Published: June 14, 2011
Words: 11,995 (approximate)
A trilogy of Western Horror short stories crafted to sweep you back in time to a darker, bleaker landscape. Here demon-spirits haunt the mountains, ghost towns are perilous places for lost travelers, and the woman on the gallows might not be entirely human.
Your spine will tingle, your blood will chill, and you'll have a glimpse into the darkness of the past.
Three short stories of horror in the Old West:
Darkness in the West – A raven-haired woman is being hanged for a killing spree that would have required supernatural ability to carry out.
A Mouth So Dark – Traveling in search of the girl he lost, a young ranch hand finds her in the bleak heart of a remote ghost town.
The Flood – A troublesome young man appears at the unlikeliest moment to lead an undeserving town to safety from the ravages of a flood.
Algor X. Dennison brings you tales of the macabre in a setting turned black where it once was dusty brown. Courage blends with terrifying darkness and innocence bleeds into horrific revenge. Will you be able to read on?
, ghost story
, supernatural horror
, historical horror
, western paranormal
, weird west
, western horror
, dark western
, western horror stories
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