The Priory Church
"Pierre stares at Jean’s emaciated body. It’s half the size it was when they left town, but there’s still some meat clinging to bone."
"I was met by an utter silence and stillness which was all the more insidious in lieu of the footsteps which I had heard so brazenly just moments before."
Comfort When You Need it Most
"She noticed she was alone on the platform."
The Long Walk
"Thank you for registering the death of Mr E Smith with Deathcom."
'You make the trip alone.'
The Caretaker's Clairvoyant Daughter
"Did you ever hear about Black Shuck?"
Leave a Light On For Me
"Deep within the earth, the dead chortled"
Seeing is Believing
'Something is on the roof.'
"Simon told us about seeing the darkness and none of us believed him."
"Its call in the night is an omen of ill-luck and doom"
A Certain Kind of Spark
"Even in the darkness, Grace could see that something metallic gleamed."
The Rat Catcher In The Walls
"When I look at my reflection in mud puddles, all I see are shadows."
All In Good Fun
"He fears no discovery: he is an omen of doom made aberrant flesh."
"Slowly, the boys become aware of a new, slow whistle."
"How many times have you played Peekaboo?"
The Corruption of Hawkswood
"My stomach is full, but I’m still hungry."
Once, There Was a Photographer
"His cries die in his throat."
Death and Taxes
"The bushes around him rustled, but there was no breeze."
"The last thing he heard before he died was Bob whispering."
"Standing alone, as always, by the Verge of Apple Creek Road."