The Simply Scary Podcast has featured another one of my ghost stories! This time, storyteller Otis Jiry performs Windows to the Soul. If you’re tired of waiting for new stories from The Noctrium, check out the Simply Scary podcast. They release new audio performances every week!
Pages of Dust has been featured on The Simply Scary Podcast, a series of terrifying stories from a variety of horror authors. Check out the latest episode to hear audio performances of The Forgetful House, Doors, and Unit 319.
A woman checks in with a reclusive friend who recently lost her husband. The widow lives in a charming house in the woods, but a bizarre set of rules holds sway over the property. When broken, these rules unleash the house’s dark secret.
I’m pleased to announce the release of Pages of Dust: Volume 3! Twenty tales of ghosts, vampires, and other supernatural horrors from The Noctrium Library, just in time for Halloween.
Sinister Ghosts, Vengeful Dolls, Hungry Vampires…Welcome these dark specters into your home with Pages of Dust, a collection of the most terrifying tales from The Noctrium Library in corporeal form. Each volume contains twenty stories and poems to keep you up at night. Turn down the lights, find a safe corner, and surrender your imagination!
A woman is woken in the night by the sound of something moving through her house, knocking on the doors, searching for the room with someone inside.
A young man shares the secret to overcoming his fears.
A couple tells a friend about their paranormal experiences, thinking they’ve solved their problems for good.
A scientist devises a machine to study what happens to a person after death. His excitement gradually turns to dread as the experiment stretches beyond anything he ever imagined.
A summer vacation in the woods takes a strange, dark turn when the family cabin is invaded by a sinister entity.
After moving to a new town, a boy meets a strange girl who only visits him at night and always seems afraid of something.
A lonely man creates a model of his ideal wife, never suspecting that he might have created more than just a sculpture.
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