It was recently discovered that Neanderthals went extinct much later than previously thought. This comes as no surprise to me since I know for a fact we never went extinct in … Continue reading I Never Lived in Caves
A special thanks to John Michael Greer over at Ecosophia.net for inspiring this story. Especially this post. Here’s a little known fact, Artificial Intelligence or A.I., was developed by … Continue reading Don’t Worry, the A.I. Will Save Us!
Previously Alonzo Baker couldn’t believe it. An invitation to the home of the world famous Florian Willamette. A personal invitation! What could it be for? How did Florian Willamette even … Continue reading The Willamette Murders Part Three
Previously The room was damp and warm and stunk of pain and violence. Jeremiah Scott Spencer was tied to a chair. He was disoriented. The haze of whatever the men … Continue reading The Willamette Murders Part Two
The letter was unaddressed, unmarked and generally uninteresting, which is how it made it into the pile of Florian Willamette’s personal correspondence. It could have been mistaken for a plain … Continue reading The Willamette Murders Part One
This is part 2 of a scary story started by Rosemary Carlson for a Flash Fiction Friday thing over at Chuck Wendig’s Blog. Enjoy! Evan didn’t want this. He didn’t … Continue reading The Dark Fairy Part 2
Big Mound Regional Bank and Barber was an unassuming place, not the kind that seemed like it should stand out. It was remarkable only in that it you could get … Continue reading Professor Wonder and the Wonder Bandits