Old Scratch and Owl Hoots.
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The West has always been a symbol of the wild frontier, rugged adventure, and dangerous exploration. However, if it wasn’t for fear of the unknown, the West would just be another cardinal direction. Old Scratch and Owl Hoots delves into that fear and captures it in fourteen tales of terror set in the West ranging from the 1800s to the present day. Take a gander inside and you’ll find stories dealing with… …a strange creature on Antelope Island that can never satisfy its hunger… …a young girl kidnapped by highwaymen; but she carries a dangerous secret… …a woman’s vacation to Zion National Park that takes a dark turn when she can’t stop hearing the cries of a newborn baby… …an outlaw on the run from Porter Rockwell who finds more than he bargains for in the Utah wilderness… …a war veteran who carries a darkness inside him that threatens his very own family. Experience these stories and more in Old Scratch and Owl Hoots. All the stories in the anthology are written by authors with Utah connections. Some are veterans at the craft, while others are making their debut. Cozy up next to a campfire and delve into these fourteen stories and find out why it’s dangerous to be out and about in the West when the sun goes down.
My contribution to this western anthology is called KEEP SWEET, a frightening tale of polygmany and supernatural vengeance. A nice creepy bedtime reader that will resonate long with the Utah natives and horror fans.
KEEP SWEET in Old Scratch and Owl Hoots
Genre: Short Fiction: Western Horror
Words: 4,100 / (14 pages)
— Part of Old Scratch and Owl Hoots (193 pages)
Status: Available now on Amazon US