Today on Twitter I stumbled on a good source of nano horror: https://twitter.com/tweetsthecreeps. Their tagline reads “For when
horror flash fiction isn’t quite short enough, these tweets seek to elicit a shudder, shock, or wicked laugh within the strict limit of 140 characters.” I look forward to @tweetsthecreeps submitting to this blog. Here are four samples:
The smell of death was something the neighbors got used to. When an arm came unearthed, everyone assumed it was a Halloween decoration.
I’m applying for a job at the blood bank but #MyResumeDoesntMention any of my early job history covering the period from 1837 until 1972.
I finally decided who I want to be for Halloween. Her skin will fit me beautifully if I get it off in one piece.
I always thought my bed’s warmth was just a matter of quality, ’til I turned in early & saw someone scramble out of it, into the crawlspace.