Pulp Horror Novelettes

Pulp Horror Novelettes
Pulp Speculative and Horror Novelettes by Steven Farkas

Saturday, May 8, 2010


The vapors were strong. She couldn’t tell what it was from. She searched the house for the origin of the odor. She found nothing. That night the odor returned, at the foot of her bed a large dark specter stood. With one touch, it killed her, then moved on.

Friday, May 7, 2010

You can Hide the Evidence, But you can't hide!

He burned the barn down to hide the evidence of what he had done. The fire department said nothing about a dead body in the remains of the barn. He thought he was clear. That night someone came into his room. It was her, the girl her had killed.

Thursday, May 6, 2010

Fear House

The house rattled, doors slammed. The family fought to save their life and home. The longer they stayed, the angrier it became. The family left, and the house became quiet once more.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Blood Marriage

I killed her, drained her blood, and stored it in the freezer. Being anemic, I never know when I may need a transfusion. Her body I fed to the animals and burned the bones. Then I looked for a new wife, one who was AB negative.

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Death Comes

The rolling hills looked beautiful. The mist moved across them slowly. Behind the mist was death and disease. Breathing led to death. The world was getting rid of the ticks, getting rid of us, protecting itself from the threat of death brought on by the disease of humans.

Monday, May 3, 2010

Flames of a Family divided.

The flames surrounded the house. The family inside couldn’t get out. The demon laughed as he watched them burn alive. Another family destroyed by the flames of division, which always leads to the arrival of the demon.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Zombie Children

The children turned first. An army of zombie children ran amuck through the world eating their parents first and then spreading out to the extended family. Soon the zombie children were all that was left. Then they ate each other until no one was left at all.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Worm Food

“Ouch!” He shouted as the bee stung him. He swelled up and suffocated. As he reached the light and felt excited that he was going to heaven, the light went out and so did he. Worm food, he was nothing more now, but worm food.