Stories tagged “torture”

  • Lackey 542

    The ad promised a fast-paced career opportunity with excellent pay. It offhandedly mentioned the possibility of high risk to personal safety, peppered with adjectives like “exciting” and “survival-variant.” I’ve always bee...

    • Author: uselessness
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Depressing Poem I

    My dearest friend has become Death, My sister’s name is Pain, Though while we’re not on speaking terms, I feel we’ll be again. Torture and Masochism are my cousins, Never seen without the other, Happiness has drifted out of view, While Life has f...

  • The New Line

    “What do you think of the training film, boss?” “Where are the chicks, Simpson? Honestly, where did you find that kid to model it, the library? Where’s the sex?” “It’s a discipline device parents put on their k...

  • Dark Chocolate

    “There’s no two ways about it,” said his lawyer. “You’re gonna have to settle.” Charlie sunk his head into his hands and groaned. Here he was, barely three days into the job, and he’d been faced with four class...

    • Author: Ben Paddon
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Ginger: The Underground

    “The pirates have a castle?” I couldn’t believe it. Hunter blinked at me. “You’re new to the Underground, aren’t you?” “To be honest, I don’t know anything about any Underground. I discovered this t...

    • Author: uselessness
    • Posted over 5 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Ever shop again?

    What the hell will his freaky little mind come up with next? She couldn’t know for sure, but it seemed like she’d been in the room for a couple of months. How she regretted not checking the back seat after shopping that night. No windows, s...

  • The White Chair

    The place they hauled me off to was more of an asylum than a prison. I had to share a room with another ‘artist’, but we had a curtain to draw between us. Every day the workers would bring us meals and once a day we would be summoned one at...

  • A Torturer's Exchange (Mature)

    ’sup. Want a smoke? No? Alright, suit yourself. Now you’re here… because you did some very bad things. To a lot of, well, let’s say “innocent” people. And we are not happy about that. No. Not one bit. We’re the...

  • A Torturer's Result (Mature)

    Oh, don’t, don’t worry! I’m not one of those fancy “interrogators”, with the shiny tools and grim attitudes. I just use this knife. And I won’t use it to, heh, jab you under the fingernails or something. I’ll j...

  • Circle of Hell

    the room, ready for trouble. A swift glance told me everything I needed to know. It was the torture chamber, and the torturer was in. I threw myself across the room in a desperate rush, catching him by surprise. We went down in a tangle of limbs. Pain ...

  • The Truth of Eddie, Or A Logical Look At A Vampire (Mature)

    She awoke to utter darkness, the stench of decay causing her to gag and would have her vomit if she had anything left in her stomach. She tried to remember how she got there, the cold floor and manacles on her hands giving her no clues. “ArenR...

  • Catalogue

    Foot steps, distant at first but resounding throughout the room. Thump, thump…crunch. The texture changed, the person was walking on different ground. She frowned slightly at the pain from biting her lower lip, the scab breaking as she scraped it...

  • The Origin of the Phrase

    Jakoby awoke to a dimly lit room. Naked rope chewed on his wrists, threatening to gnaw right down to the bone. “So,” came a cold voice, oiling its way across the room, “Victor Jakoby.” Jakoby said nothing. “We have subject...

    • Author: Stovohobo
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Reasoning With The Torturer

    It was several painful days later and my torturer was taking one of his rare breaks. I decided it was time to try and reason with him once more. “Look, even if I am Mr Tull and I did used to know the information you require then the memory alteri...

  • The Neon Pink Welcome Sign

    I tried to be positive, walking up those stone steps, the impending torture growing closer with each step that I took. The double doors faced me like the opposing side of a battle field, their commonplace-blue paint chipped and scuffed. I pull on the h...

    • Author: nesdil
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 11)

    Sloan entered the room, numb. She had done this too many times. All the lies, all the acting, always having to be on her guard so they wouldn’t kill her. There was a boy standing on the other side of the room, behind the glass. She felt like she was ...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 12)

    “Now it’s your turn, Sloan, dear!” cackled Dr. Ochentaker. He was in the control room opposite that of the one Loretta was in. This control room operated the machinery in the room of the girl Angelle. He watched her body start to convulse as the ...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 13)

    Sloan tried to remove her hands from the glass, but she could no longer control her muscles. She was extremely stiff, and she felt like she was part of the glass. “Now it’s your turn, Sloan, dear!” Dr. Ochentaker’s voice echoed throughout the c...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 14)

    Dr. Ochentaker jumped as the shriek pierced his concentration. He recognized that scream, a scream he had only heard once before. It was Loretta. He burst out of his chair, and pushed the sliding door open by force. He cursed his short legs as he ran d...

  • Fallen Angels (Pt. 15)

    Basil was collapsed on the floor and gasping for air when the electricity stopped surging through him. The female’s voice emitted a high-pitched, deafening scream. After the scream, he heard muffled voices like someone accidentally left the PA system...

  • Rule the World With Coffee

    “Rogers, how many times must I tell you?” “Apparently several, sir.” “Very well Rogers, let’s go through this again. Remember the South Americans that snuck over the border last week? Well, they had in tow a new spec...

  • The Court of Winged Fey (children's story)

    “San telanik du—Do not fidget,” Mamu told me as we walked into the courtroom. “It is unbecoming of a winged faerie.” “But my wings aren’t fully growed yet!” I said. Mamu slapped me and told me not to use ...

    • Author: K-Jellybean
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 4 out of 5
  • Caositia

    I sat properly to try and keep Mamu pleased. She was talking to the other grown ladies of the Court in a hushed voice and she looked real worried and it made me nervous. Why should she be upset? I tugged on her sleeve for attention. “Why are you ...

    • Author: K-Jellybean
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Lo Gaikan

    A big man with a funny looking nose got up and talked. He spoke in the tongue of ancient fey instead of the progressive fey so I couldn’t really understand. He said gaikan a lot though and another word too that I learned from one of my friends. D...

    • Author: K-Jellybean
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5
  • Punishment

    “Sarrihe optistelos!” Mamu whispered to me and I squeezed my eyes shut. I heard the sounds of a ritual for summoning fire and smelled burning oak. I wrinkled my nose at the smell. I didn’t like fire, I couldn’t control it yet. N...

    • Author: K-Jellybean
    • Posted about 5 years ago.
    • 5 out of 5