A mother is murdered, and the husband is given death by lethal injection at his court hearing. After his daughter and best friend witness him die, the killings begin again, and closer to the girl they are nearing. How it is possible if they saw the killer die? In the daughters imagination, is the identity of the original killer a lie?
so one night i went to bed, other nights i had heard stuff in my house but didn't think anything of it. but this night was different, it was around 3 am and a sound woke me up and so i looked at my door and saw a man standing there and i was freaking out he didn't do anything but he just standing there watching me as i was watching him, after a few minutes he stared walking back and i could hear his footsteps which is what is really scary to me, and then he just diapered in the shadows. as i think back i may have had other encounters with the man another night i looked out my window and saw a man by my car staring in and i turned around and looked back and he was gone. i'm not sure if its my house which is old or where i live. i was scared just to sleep for a couple mouths and had to use a night light which i stopped using it because i haven't seen him again sense. and now he might just be watching from a far
A short story written for Obscure's Horror Contest. Based on the word prompt, a man, troubled by remorse after his accidental killing of his younger sister, seeks retribution and release from the horrible life he has ended up living.
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