Bloganuary Day #19 Prompt: “Write about something mysterious.”

The Villisca Axe Murders. Between June 9 and 10, 1912, six people (the Moore family) were AXED to DEATH in their homes in the tiny town of Villisca, Iowa. Obviously, forensics then SUCKED. So many weird things about this case. It remains unsolved today but across other states there were similar axe murders around that … Continue reading Bloganuary Day #19 Prompt: “Write about something mysterious.”

Lost Shoe Anthologies 005: Brown Ballet Flat

Jennifer was a slice of vanilla wholesome-ness. Classic 1950’s American female in 2021: predictable and boring… static. She set her alarm even when she didn’t have a reason to get up early and was promptly in bed, face cream in place, by 0900PM every night. Even on the freakin’ weekend. Let’s just say, she wasn’t … Continue reading Lost Shoe Anthologies 005: Brown Ballet Flat

Lost Shoe Anthologies 004: Timberland Work Boot

Another day, another back ache. And finger ache from smashing it yesterday with a rubber mallet. Oh, and an eye ache from getting metal shavings thrown in it like glitter on stripper tits. The list goes on and on. Mike was exhausted. Worn out. Mike had very little will to get in his truck and … Continue reading Lost Shoe Anthologies 004: Timberland Work Boot

Lost Shoe Anthologies 002: Brown Loafer

Pete Walker. A solid American, white, male name. It conveyed predictability. It promised permeating dullness. He chose it for that reason. So nobody knew what lurked beneath his deceiving facade.  Pete was putting the finishing touches on the contract he had spent the past one week perfecting. This would be the contract that earned him … Continue reading Lost Shoe Anthologies 002: Brown Loafer