Fear on Demand Episode 5 – Dark Eyes by Pamela K. Kinney

Welcome to Episode 5 of Fear on Demand featuring a short story by Pamela K. Kinney

Read by Sonia Perozi

Obsidian Bay. A perfect name for a place where someone could live whose life had been dark and full of pain. I had moved to this village to make a new life for myself. A year ago I discovered my husband having an affair with a co-worker. My world had shrunk, filling with betrayal and pain, and I’d divorced him. Having won our home in the divorce settlement I hid there, avoiding friends and family. During that year I became a new person, one who found she could paint and bring to life on canvas the interesting faces of people and landscapes. The pain, in short, brought forth a latent talent.


4 Responses to “Fear on Demand Episode 5 – Dark Eyes by Pamela K. Kinney”

  1. HPL. The Jeff Goldblum version of “The Fly.” Some Ramsey Campbell. Lots of good influences here all mixed together in an eerie stew. Nicely done.

  2. Very nice story! I love hearing them read aloud like this.

  3. i’m thoroughly impressed… very much reminiscent of hpl’s chtulhu in my mind 😀

  4. Nice article thank you for sharing!

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