“The Thud” (Horror d’oeuvre #19)

(The estimated reading time for this is 4 minutes)The wind slid through the moonroof like silk, the falling sun cast a shroud of yellow, and the elongated shadow of the car flickered against the ragged foliage. Snakelike, the entombed highway twisted and vanished into the horizon. My radio smothered the worries of the day—Rooster crowed its […]
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John A. DeMember is a U.S. Army veteran and high school English teacher with a passion for writing horror. His recent publications include the short horror story “’Till Death” published in the book Feast of the Dead; Hors D’oeuvres. In addition to writing about the macabre, he has published numerous journalistic articles for the Worcester Telegram and Gazette, Worcester Magazine, and the Landmark as a freelance writer. He is also a member of both the Worcester Writers Collaborative and the Worcester County Poetry Association. John resides in the Worcester metro area with his wife and two children.