Burial Ground (a short story)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
The Leeds' home is haunted, or so they say. Three friends decide to enter the house late one Hallow's Eve...two remain clean, untouched. One isn't so fortunate.

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Fiction » Horror » Ghost
Words: 3,770
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301021758
Tags: horror ghost
About Chuck Grossart

Chuck Grossart is a retired United States Air Force Lieutenant Colonel originally from the Denver, Colorado area. After serving his country for twenty years as a missile launch officer, space operator and strike planner, he settled his family outside of Omaha, Nebraska, where he continues to serve as a strategic plans analyst for the Department of the Air Force. He holds a BA in Political Science from the University of Northern Colorado, and a MSHRM from Lesley University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. His first novel, THE COMING, was a quarter-finalist in the 2011 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award (ABNA) contest. His second novel, THE MENGELE EFFECT, was selected as a top-three finalist in Audio-ON's 2013 Aspiring Authors Contest, and selected as the 2014 ABNA Finalist for Science Fiction/Fantasy/Horror. Chuck is a member of the Nebraska Writers Guild, and the Nebraska Writers Workshop.

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BURIAL GROUND
The Leeds' home is haunted, or so they say. Three friends decide to enter the house late one Hallow's Eve...two remain clean, untouched. One isn't so fortunate.

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Review by: Chad Pfortmiller on May 21, 2013 :
Thanks for turning me on to flash fiction. I've now read all of your stories (at least those on Smashwords as of May 2013) and enjoyed them all! Who knew you could travel so far in the mind with so few words.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: James M M Baldwin on April 30, 2013 :
I’m glad I read Chuck Grossart’s “Burial Ground” in the middle of the day surrounded by living people. If I had read this alone in the middle of the night I would have found myself looking over my shoulder in a state of anxiety. Chuck does a great job portraying the fear of being alone in a dark unfamiliar place. Not only that, he brings it to a climax that is the basis of all human terror. I would highly recommend this frightening tale of a young man’s journey into the dark confines of a house whose occupant is not of this realm.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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