We're happy to announce we are done with our first publication "Atlas of Lore - Oregon." In this issue, we have 5 original short horror stories based on Oregon's haunted lore. We are also including the legends behind the stories in the issue along with original art, photography, articles, and a re-release of an H.P Lovecraft classic short story. If you love ghost stories, lore, … [Read more...] about Puzzle Box Horror Presents – Atlas of Lore #1 Oregon.
Short Horror Stories
Short horror stories from talented horror writers all over the world. Please support the writers by leaving comments and sharing the stories.
Enoch walked with God, and he was not, for God took him- Genesis 5:24 Noah raised the fruit to eye level. Its translucent color sparkled like a diamond in the sun. It’sshape, oval, fitting in the palm of his hand. Its skin was smooth and mellifluous.“What is this,” Noah asked, his sun worn face scrunched in curiosity.A loud thunderclap echoed across the black sky.Michael the … [Read more...] about Enoch’s Fruit
It was a nice walk from the corner store to the cemetery I had marked on my map, it was so alien to see grass that was still green this time of year, and the sun beat down through the thick humid air. I reminded myself to not get used to the length of the days down in the lower forty-eight, it would just make me miss the sun that much more when I got home. Walking through what … [Read more...] about Anna Byrne: Chapter 05 – Night of Resurrection
“Shadowend Funeral Home?” Robby Falcon turned his gray F-150 off the main road of Baker High School and onto the service road that led to the interstate. “Brayden, that placed stopped being scary when we were in elementary school.” Brayden Briley, packed his dip can with a loud pop and said, “Look, Falcon, it’s not about being scary man. It’s about having the place to … [Read more...] about Shadowend Funeral Home
Houma, Louisiana, July, 1985 Tara Stillman shouldered her black Guess purse, closed the door to her brown Pinto, and bent down to the side mirror to check her make up. She stood up, tucked her straight blonde hair behind her ears, and walked around the front of the car. Tara was a junior at Ellender Memorial, and she scored a baby-sitting job with the Miller’s this past … [Read more...] about The Rougarou: A Fictional Story About Louisiana Folklore