“Raise the Lord” (Cult of Kill #36)

(The estimated reading time for this is 7 minutes)It was on the sixth day of October that God was finally pronounced dead. Suddenly the entire world was watching the news. On a ski resort, somewhere in Colorado, God’s carcass slammed into the mountainside, killing hundreds of cross-country skiers. Christians mourned, Satanists cheered, while agnostics and […]
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Patrick Kill specializes in writing the most absurd, iconoclastic humorous dark fiction around. At 6'1'', he is the tallest midget on earth. He is a competitive eater…of children. He prefers footie pajamas with someone else's feet in them. He fishes for dead bodies in drainage ditches during the day and traps for yeti at night. He is the most ridiculous man in the world. His favorite saying is: "I don't always eat humans, but when I do, it's dos Mexicanos. Stay evil, my friends." Until they invent the first anti-social network, you will be unable to connect with him in any manner except by leaving a comment where his work appears. Which he will, in turn, not even bother to read. Get Cult of Kill, Volume 1 HERE.

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