"Night Lights" - Horror Short Story - by Joe Prosit
Manage episode 352628830 series 2403811
When the lights come on at night, the demons come out.
Joe Prosit writes sci-fi, horror, and psycho fiction. “Machines Monsters and Maniacs” is a self-published collection of sixteen of his short stories. You can find it on Amazon or at his website, at www.JoeProsit.com. If you’re an adept stalker, you can find him on one of the many lakes and rivers or lost deep inside the Great North Woods. Or you can just follow him on Twitter, @joeprosit.
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