Posts Tagged ‘Matt Farrell’

  • Short Story: “The Scythe” by Matthew Farrell

    October 13, 2014 • Featured, Short Stories

    There was something peculiar about the way the man in the mask was looking at her. The fact that he was wearing a mask was okay. It was Halloween, and everyone in town had put on a costume for the big parade in the early evening and trick-or-treating later

  • "Anna's Grave"

    “Anna’s Grave” by Matthew Farrell

    September 10, 2014 • Featured, News, Short Stories

    Most people believe graves are dug six feet deep, but the fact of the matter is their depth is only four feet, and has been for some time.  An outbreak of plague in 17th Century England set the original mandate of burial depth.   As disease covered the