Still Here

My neighbor’s dog wasn’t eating cicadas—it was eating…something else. I don’t remember going outside. Videographic data proves my senses are still grasped upon the fine edge of reality, because the sky appears not to be playing by the same old rules. What the hell do I know about such things? Decide for yourself. How muchContinue reading “Still Here”

Think Twice

When the sun goes down, shadows can’t be trusted. Paranoia warps darkness into a canvas that stretches beyond the borders of reality, while our fears use nightmarish colors to paint obscure visions upon the void. Watch out. The NWU may have been compromised. I don’t know…some of the emergency broadcasts contradict each other. Our gutContinue reading “Think Twice”

Interference

Did the thunder keep you awake last night? It sounded like another bomb…or something else. My biotracker is still disabled. Ignore the latest emergency public announcement—that message wasn’t created by us. High-altitude flying machines dangle propaganda on barbed hooks. Nobody knows what happens to the people who take the bait. Don’t remove your identity shroud.Continue reading “Interference”

Look Up

Turn on your radio and listen to the latest NWU broadcast. Something is interfering with my radio signal. I can still hear a few words through the static. Wait. Someone said the unusual sighting have been confirmed, and we should stay inside until further notice. That’s all I heard. Sorry. I don’t know…everyone could beContinue reading “Look Up”

Something is Out There

Anyone still here? I’m awake. Nations World United News said there have been numerous reports about…I don’t know…people seeing things in the sky. I can’t be the only one who hears the noise. Nothing has been the same ever since we been told to stay inside. I’m sure you remember what happened last time whenContinue reading “Something is Out There”

Dead Things: The Bridge Between Life and Death

  You live. And then you die. It’s as simple as that. Well…not really. Col. B. Buster and friends travel through a fantastical forest while frenzied dark denizens moan and groan. The group soon grow tired and set-up camp beside a man-eating tree. Between yawns and snores—the tides of dream carry them to a placeContinue reading “Dead Things: The Bridge Between Life and Death”