The thing in the mirror isn’t Harold. He tried to forget the past, tried to forget what he did. But some secrets will not stay buried, and Harold has good reason to be afraid. Something wicked his way comes...
on July 27, 2012 :
A coulrophobic, solitary paranoid finds his past coming back for more...
Good, short horror story.
(review of free book)
on Jan. 12, 2012 :
I usually don't find the subject of coulrophobia to be particularly interesting, but I thought Mr. Mather did a very fine job of making Bojangles creepy as hell (but with all due respect, still not as creepy as Tim Curry's Pennywise the Dancing Clown!). He also does a fine job of making the story's main character, Harold Harper, sympathetic, despite the old man's questionable past, as well as building up a suitable sense of dread as the past unveils itself to him. All in all, a fine effort.