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The Ghosts of Halloween: Halloween 2012 Begins With Ash

Posted on October 29, 2012 by Flames

Halloween 2012 is breathing down our necks. In honor of our favorite holiday, we’ve turned to three spirits: the Ghost of Halloween Past, Present, and Future. Today, we’ve asked the Ghost of Halloween Past to recommend its favorite events. This spirit has revealed to us, that it wants to honor the writers who’ve helped us out over the years.

Today, for the first day of our Halloween celebration, the Ghost of Halloween Past would like to point out not one, but thirty-one stories written with you in mind. These very fine authors have given us sordid tales to scare and thrill you as a Halloween treat.

So relax, pull up a cup of hot cider, and read online them today!

Halloween Horror Flash Fiction Series

Reflections by Jess Hartley
The Deep-Seated Bogey by Will Hindmarch
The Meh-Teh by Jason L Blair
The Hollow Wee’ Un by Matt Forbeck
The Fogcrawler by Jason Thorson
The Scarecrow by Bill Bodden
Bykovsky’s Letter by Malcolm Craig
Skulkers-in-the-Piles by David Hill
The Killer by Chuck Wendig
The Lost Girl by Matt M McElroy
The Room by John Wick
Corpse Bug by John D. Kennedy
The Kragethogil and the Reapers by Monte Cook
Red Head by Filamena Young
Cheap Labor by Jared A. Sorensen
Quisivore by Eddy Webb
Quinkana Prodigius by Scott Lette
Hounds of the Morrigan by Alana Abbott
Glaring Hunter by Jeff LaSala
Biting Water by Preston DuBose
Babylonian Mummy by Monica Valentinelli
The House Spider by Richard Dansky
Tabbinius Cats by Eloy LaSanta
The Werewolf of Bedburg by Jason L Blair
Wastelands Stalker by Jensen Toperzer
Heamogoblin by Gregor Hutton
Tear-Drop Rattler by Joe Rixman
Jimmy Sparks by Todd Cash
Massapoag by Jason Morningstar
Falling for Her by Jess Hartley
Cob’s Ladder by E. E. Knight

Jess Hartley’s Falling For Her tale was turned into one of Flames Rising’s first RPG products, Instant Antagonists: The Selfish Succubus. Look for more monsters in the Instant Antagonist series coming soon from Flames Rising.

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