Stories tagged “killer”

  • Calling Card

    A soon as she heard it, that muffled sound of a cellphone ringing in the pocket of the dead girl at her feet, officer Sherali knew it was him. The ringtone was always the same. A Fifth of Beethoven. Filling the dark forest where they found the bodies w...

    • Author: J. Dack
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Writer

    He started to type out his Ficly. This time instead of hitting publish he put it in drafts. Why? Well the noise next door was so loud he had to check it out. He came back and started back on his Ficly. Now he was annoyed. The blood from his fingers lef...

    • Author: ernmander
    • Posted over 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Coffee Interrupted

    A lump welled up in my throat as he slid into the booth and took a seat across the table from me. “Coffee. Black.” He winked at the waitress as she strutted by, her skirt dancing in the air with the wiggle of her butt. “You’re a har...

  • Bathroom Beauty (Mature)

    and then he fisted that milf anally. it got a little messy, but luckily they were in the bathroom. fin.

  • What it Takes to Prove Yourself (Mature)

    The colonel’s lifeless body slumped by her feet. Blood poured out from his chest and back, but his face was one of defiant laughter. Disgusted by her enemy’s disrespect she took aim at his face. With a quick pull of the gun’s trigger ...

  • All in the Family II (Mature)

    “Disposing of a body isn’t as easy as it used to be,” I said, my mother shakes her head “What did I tell you? Huh,” a whispered demand. I hit replay and re-run our conversation but most of the words are hidden beneath the splatter. “I can

  • Ghosts in the Shell

    She’d walked in the main door of the building. Just like any other person could, even checked with the rent-a-bozos at the desk that she was in the right place. The mapstick had come with a trial of Babel’s language pack for tourists. The h...

    • Author: dkscully
    • Posted about 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Milk Murderer

    When I reached the kitchen, it was too late. Our little culprit was grieving and the victim’s pale innards were spilling out onto the kitchen floor. I know she didn’t mean to do it. And really it is my fault. I should have watched her, guid...

  • Bored with Murder

    Liv was obsessed with crime novels. She read them day and night, devouring Agatha Christie in the evenings, and eating up Sir Arthur Conan Doyle with her her lunch. This love had been instilled in her when she was young, when she used to watch old crim...

    • Author: Katie
    • Posted almost 9 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • The Dark Rain

    It was raining. I was stuck baby-sitting Sam and Amy.Cute little twins. Both had short blond hair, and blue eyes. I just sent them to bed. After tucking them in, I went downstairs, and turned on the TV. Myth Busters was on, so I watched that. Then the ...

  • The FICLY Killer

    I stalked her for two days before following her to work on a Saturday morning. I slept behind the bushes outside her window the night before. It was six-thirty by the time she arrived at the coffee shop and I was ready. She combed her bangs across her ...

  • The Ficly Killer part 2

    She smiled and doused her cigarette inside a half-empty paper cup. “No, really I don’t mind. You look harmless enough, but you really did scare the hell out of me. You really shouldn’t sneak up on people like that.” “IR...

  • The Ficly Killer part 3

    I watched her out of the corner of my eye as she prepared the coffee machines. She disappeared behind the counter then moved around her work area like a puppet on a string. It was as if each movement was controlled by a puppeteer — like she wasn&...

  • Because of Your Reviews!

    “Wait, you’re that guy who won’t leave me alone. I don’t believe this crap. How did you find me?” “It wasn’t difficult,” I responded. “Your profile gave away the clues.” “Get the hell ou...

  • Labeled "Killer Revenge"

    Black. Blood. Tears. My wife wept as she felt the life slipping from my body. I had not meant for things to end this way, yet I had known they would have to. As the shot rang, I felt the warm trickle of blood on my chest. The gun slipped from my hand...

    • Author: Atjagape
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
  • Not Enough

    He coughed, spitting out a tooth. He threw another wild punch, swallowing the bile that was building up inside his throat. It went wide, and the momentum caused him to stumble foward, only to be knocked violently back by his opponent’s own fist. ...

    • Author: Lyla
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
    • 3 out of 5
  • Blood like Asphalt (Mature)

    The blood pools, slowly enveloping the surrounding asphalt like a red velvet blanket, smooth and mezmerizing. No more breath escapes the mans lips, hes already embarked on what ever journey awaits us at the end. I take a slow drag on my cigarette, lett...

  • Body Art (Mature)

    The pale yellow moonlight slanted through the window-except where broken by the alabaster white pane-coming to rest on the exposed ivory skin of a half naked woman lying prostrate on her bed. Her breath puffed in and out quickly; sometimes stopping com...

    • Author: Horrorfan13
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Reality Walker

    He caught the man’s eye for only the mearest of a second. The falling snow wasn’t enough to hinder eye contact. He noticed the scruffy beard and wild hair all wrapped up in a thick duster-style coat. It was his eyes that stayed with him as ...

    • Author: Jer Ray
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
    • 3 out of 5
  • Reality Walker (Part 2)

    He can hear the chuckling behind him and it chills him more than the brisk January air could. He risks a glance backward only to see the man is still standing behind him. He hadn’t moved. The streets are still empty. Only the sound of his own bre...

    • Author: Jer Ray
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
    • 3 out of 5
  • Steel To The Touch

    He fidgets around in his seat pretending to be supremely uncomfortable with his chair all of a sudden, rolling an annoyed eye to his watch and then to the waitress busily roving in the back ground. Looking anywhere to avoid her dominating stare— ...

    • Author: Tad Winslow
    • Posted over 8 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • A Murder

    “I killed a man when I was 17. For weeks and months I was certain that the police would come after me. They never did. I read about my murder in the paper, but only for a few days, then it was never mentioned again. Apparently he had no family an...

    • Author: Lord-z
    • Posted about 8 years ago.
  • Keep Your Enemies Close

    “So, Detective, how’s your latest case going?” I laughed without humor, taking off my hat and crushing it in my hands. “Whaddya think? Got the whole damn police force on the case and we’re still coming up empty.” Kel...

    • Author: Nickel
    • Posted about 8 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Mistaken Judgement at the Burger Place

    Ethan was never one for bars, and Joe had had little choice but to follow his lead. They sat in a corner of the chain restaurant on brightly coloured vinyl bench seating, dripping onto the scrubbed white tiles, while over-processed music leaked out of ...

    • Author: dkscully
    • Posted about 8 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Mrs. Peacock Gets Rocked/It Was Plum (pt. 2 of 2)

    The sunlight had long since vanished by the time Mrs. Peacock awoke to find herself struggling to remember where she was. The room she had grown accustom to had since been cast in alien moonlight. Outlines of a dull and unfamiliar paleness render the u...