BUMPS IN THE NIGHT is a collection of four short stories perfect for either sharing around a campfire or reading while on a vacation or sleepover. It contains two brief tales ideal for after dark storytelling, drawing upon classic motifs captured within campfire tales for generations, as well as two longer stories which inspire similar chills but allow the reader (or listener) to get drawn deeper into the frightening circumstances that unfold.
Approximately 10,000 words of fiction, BUMPS IN THE NIGHT collects three previously published stories and one which is being presented here for the first time.
ERRATIC CYCLES involves a man stranded on an abandoned highway in Northern Ontario, forcing him to face his childhood fears of the wilderness after dark.
ALMOST draws upon one of the most beloved classic campfire tale situations with a bizarre new twist.
In THE PIZZA MAN, four students keep getting pizza deliveries that they never ordered. Is it a strange prank, or is there something more to the mysterious man who keeps showing up at their door?
THE SHADOW MEN was specifically crafted to be read around a campfire. Pay no attention to those strange noises and bumps in the night taking place while this story unfolds. It's likely only the Shadow Men.