Through The Cornfield – 100 Word Halloween Microfiction Short Story

The door falls to the ground and Lucas stares deathly towards Marian and Fiona.

“You’ve both been very, very naughty!” he says through a wicked smile. “The things you’ve said and have done over the last half an hour have contradicted everything you promised me you would do, and now with all my family dead because of you, I must gain some type of retribution, one that will start with your HEAD!” he bellows as his points a bloody finger towards Fiona, causing both girls to scream. He cocks his jaw open, and makes a clicking sound with his tongue

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