20 October 2015

spooky stories

In honor of the spookiest month of the year, today I'm sharing some macabre tales from the Electric Spec archives:
  • "Tom the Sheller" by Devin Miller gives us a dark glimpse into a world where a man can rip thoughts from another's mind-at a devastating price.
  • "In The Land Of The Deaf" by Ferrett Steinmetz is a dark tale about a new kind of virus that makes H1N1 seem like a case of the sniffles.
  • Phil Emery's "Streetwise" is a dark and edgy SF story.
  • Miranda Suri's "The New Arrival" is a macabre story that will leave you satisfyingly chilled.
  • "The Untold Story of an Executioner" by Dawn Lloyd is a chilling tale about maybe the worst job ever.
  • "End User" by A.L. Sirois is a horrific story with a character that definitely does not follow Asimov's Three Laws of Robotics.

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