The sickness deteriorated the mind,
effecting the brain on a cellular level,
causing conflicting signals to disorientate the victim,
confusing them to the point of insanity,
destroying the head and brain worked in the beginning,
we slowed it down,
we had a chance,
and then it mutated,
the fucking disease itself fought back,
the brain was no longer as easy to destroy,
their skulls became stronger,
they became smarter,
but we had a new plan,
we had a final way out of this nightmare,
we had the moon.
Marty Towns didn’t know the story you’re about to read, a story he believed he had written, would free an ancient evil that was trapped just outside the edge of our reality. An evil born, without sin, without a soul, that hungers for ours to fuel its one desire, vengeance on he who imprisoned it. As each victim falls, they rise again as the beasts dark herald, diseased by its touch, forced to foretell of its coming to the next who shares its words, the next to feel its cold embrace.
And as the world struggles to survive against the beasts path of destruction, another battle is fought, in-between the words of the story, on another plane of existence, and it will be this battle that will decide who survives.
Will you dare read it? Will you dare share it?
Will you become the next victim of,
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The Original Roundhead Short Story.
The Complete Blog Version Of The Roundhead, Including All Preludes and Poems.
The Dagan – A Bonus Short Story Inspired By The Roundhead.
Facing Your Fears – Original Concept-Art By Yazgar. (paperback only)
Fear The Roundhead – A Preview Of The Sequel To The Roundhead.
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Stay creepy my fiends,