When the Night Comes Out

When the Night Comes Out
by Bryan Alaspa
Genre: Horror, Short Stories
What happens when the night comes out? When the darkness comes in from the
sides and closes in all around, what lurks within?
BONUS: Foreward by Patrick C. Greene, author of Progeny and The Crimson
Calling
An elevator in a high-rise building becomes a gateway for terror and madness
A German U-Boat during World War I becomes a haunted nightmare
A radio signal in the middle of the night reveals the horrors lurking
beneath a simple, small, peaceful town.
A little girl with a best friend you would NOT want to cross finds
herself in mortal danger.
And a couple moving into a new house discovers an old abandoned well that
may have no bottom, or it may just be a portal into Hell itself.
These are tales of unrelenting horror and terror from the mind of Bryan W.
Alaspa, author of RIG, Sapphire, Storyland, S.P.I.D.A.R. and other
tales of horror, terror and suspense. Five stories that will make you
wonder what lurks – when the night comes out.
Bryan W. Alaspa is a Chicago born and bred author of both fiction and
non-fiction works. He has been writing since he sat down at his
mother’s electric typewriter back in the third grade and pounded out
his first three-page short story. He spent time studying journalism
and other forms of writing. He turned to writing as his full-time
career in 2006 when he began writing freelance, online and began
writing novels and books.
He is the author of over 30 books of both fiction and non-fiction
and numerous short stories and articles.
Mr. Alaspa writes true crime, history, horror,
thrillers, mysteries, detective stories and tales about the
supernatural.
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