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Fox Howl Farm: Flash in the Pan (125 Words)

With heart pounding, and panting like a frightened dog John continues to run, from the Fox Howl Farm serial killer that has been on the loose in the state of Indian for over two years, killing nine people to date. John, now so frightened, his legs are beginning to betray him as he falls over sticks and twigs. His mind is racing, his hope is dim, but continues toward the light shining through the thick of the woods. With the smell of rotting filth and the eerie sensation of a hot breath upon his neck he halts with gripping fear. He turns around to face his killer that has a face like!…Then suddenly he hears a voice shout, “John, wake up, you having a nightmare!”

This post is dedicated to the M3 flash fiction challenge, Flash in the Pan.

Chosen word:

Wake Inspired by Red at:

 http://mommasmoneymatters.com/flash-fiction/

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13 Comments

  1. Sounds like one of mine!!! 🙂

    Love and hugs!

    Prenin.

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  2. Androgoth

     /  October 5, 2012

    I hope John has recovered after his ordeal,
    those gruesome dreams can be too realistic
    sometimes, but at least he can relax now 😉

    A nice tale of a dark and wicked nature…

    Andro xxx

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    • I’m sure he was glad to wake up!
      Thanks Andro!
      xxx

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      • Androgoth

         /  October 6, 2012

        Yes he must have
        been scared to death 😦 lol

        Have a lovely weekend Deb 😉

        Andro xxx

        Reply
        • lol…Well he might have been if he was a real person! 😉
          You have a fangtastic weekend, my friend!
          xxx

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  3. Binky

     /  October 5, 2012

    That’s what he gets for not eating sufficient chocolate before going to sleep. I always have peaceful chocolate dreams.

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  4. You write short stores really good Deb! With a small amount of words you paint such wonderful scenes depicting real life. They certainly pull one in to always read to the end! You have so many wonderful skills! Have a blessed weekend!

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  5. aw…this is my fav so far!!
    I was all ready to read a murder when the unexpected ending happens.

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  6. Oh, nightmares terrible things. Good one Deb

    Reply

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