When you think of different mythical creatures and monsters, what do they sound like? Here are five great animals that make sounds you could apply to the mythical beings in your world!
A list of urban legends that would make excellent horror movie monsters!
Master magician Oscar Ambrose is here to gift aspiring magician with a guide to making and enchanting your very own magic mirror!
I want to help you blessed writers find new ways to destroy the world. Hey, what’s a good story without some world-ending conflict?
The SCP Foundation is one giant collaborative project made up of a community of amazing writers coming together to write some real scary (and sometimes funny, sometimes sad) shit. From urban legend-esque monsters that keep you up at night to horrifying body horror plagues, there’s no limit to the strange objects, monsters, people, illnesses, events, and all things in between… Read More »Rating My Favorite Scary SCPs
by Andrew Slinde When I was a kid, I used to see things. Now, every kid sees things once in a while – that chair piled with clothes suddenly becomes a hulking monster in the glow of the nightlight, that sort of thing – but sometimes, I’m still sure that the things I saw were real. Call me crazy, but… Read More »Short Story: Angel in the Alley
Updated: Feb 6 by Jon-Paul McGowan J’DAH Settle down, settle down. (Bangs gavel) Order. I hereby call the 1,349th meeting of the Benevolent Order of Outrageous Otherlanders, or Boooo, to order. Per tradition I will read off our mission statement: Our goal is to be the monsters they need to protect them from the real monster in their lives. I… Read More »Short Story: What Lurks Under the Bed
The first time it happened, it had been a long day working in the cafe, with almost no customers since we’d opened that morning. Six A.M. every day, like clockwork. Fred always made me open up for the early rush, as he called it. Not that he would ever deign to get up that early. The early rush was my… Read More »Short Story: The Passing of Witchcraft by Ray Daley
Inspiration in worldbuilding is great; caricatures are not.