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True Horror Story From Beyond The Grave

Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 6:46 pm
by vic-k
. TRUE HORROR STORY FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE

. Chapter 1

Before my dispatch to Hades, at the hands of Pink, I would usually awaken each morning, at, around the seventh hour. Once compos mentis, it was customary for me to vacate my bed-space, stealthily( to avoid disturbing my wife), and proceed downstairs to prepare breakfast for my beloved.
Twas but a simple act, and, one for which my beloved never failed to show her appreciation( by emitting the cutest of meows, whilst rubbing herself seductively against my ankles, left naked, deliberately, in anticipation.
Being a fanatical, `Waste Not, Want Not` obsessive, before washing my beloved`s two dishes; I would scrape any residual,`Kit-i-Kat` milk(seen the price of that stuff?), and the one or two spoonfuls of dried all-in one complete cat food, left over from the previous evening , into the dish, in which I would eventually prepare my wife`s muesli.
Despite the inevitability of that, exquisitely, sensuous encounter, between me and my beloved, that short journey twixt bedchamber and kitchen, was never embarked upon, without a dreadful sense of foreboding.
Short of walking downstairs; unlocking and going through two sets of exterior front door; scuttling like a frozen perished rat around the side of chez nous and re-entering through the backdoor, the only other alternative, was: Traverse the length of the oak panelled hallway, with the unavoidable passing en route, of the locked oak door to my `Aspiring Writer`s Room`.
A brisk, ten steps should have sufficed, to see me from foot of stairs, to kitchen door, and in deed would have, were it not for my almost obligatory, faltering gait, each time I neared that door. A barely perceptible falter sometimes, but faltering, nonetheless. Damn it to Hell!…damn it.
Unless I was intent upon entering that place, I would never look at the door; resolutely, refusing to respond to the insidious mental invectives, that assailed my inner being, from behind it. Their progenitor may just as well have been reaching out for and gripping me, either side of my head with its talons…pulling…twisting. Such was the nature of the battles I endured
But! I prevailed! Not It!… I did. It never turned my head, unless,`I`, wanted to turn it. I say those words, not boastfully, but with pride. Acquiescence would only have fuelled its insufferable ego, beyond my ability to endure and resist. Therein lay my motivation. Nothing more than common sense, really.
“But whatâ€

Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 7:29 pm
by Jolanth Szatmary
More, please. Haven't read anything as good as this for a long time.

Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 8:32 pm
by pink
as i languish on my sick bed I need more of your humorous brevity to cheer me. (I had to postpone dispatching to you the ethereal world due to illness, you'll be sent a refund and alternate options in due course).

Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 9:11 pm
by vic-k
This is all gone a bit pear shaped. It`s supposed to be part of a cunning plan!! In the name of Lucifer's Mum, DON`T tell anyone I`m not dead

Jolanth,
Thanks for your kind words, now you`ll have to avert your gaze because the rest is for Pink

Pink, my Precious, my sweet, my Sun, my Moon, my Stars, my Heavenly body(whoaa!!! unga!unuga! munga! bunga!! yeeaahh!! baby!!),[deep breath; hold it; breath out slowly to the count of 10; 1234......] my raison d`etre...my everything, are you poorly, little pink? I shall not enquire in open forum, as to your ailment(s), to preserve your modesty, just get well soon my Love.

I must away to the keyboard once-more, to accomplish my subterfuge-in-progress. I leave you on Jolanth capable hands X X X X 8)

Jolanth, when I say, " In Jolanth`s capable hands, I am of course speaking in the idiom of metaphor and not literally. Verstehen Sie, meinen freund? Ja? Gut :wink:

Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 9:37 pm
by Jolanth Szatmary
Bester Viktor,

ich verstehe. Be aware of the fact, though, that metaphorical hands are much more hands on than their literal sisters.

Toujours à votre service,

j.

Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 10:17 pm
by vic-k
Jolanth!!

Y` dirty old ram!! :twisted:

Now pay attention

. TRUE HORROR STORY FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE
. Chapter 2 Prequel
The monster, of which I am about to relate has its genesis somewhere deep within the caldara of my mind`s innermost delusionary processes. And a physical manifestation, not unlike a 2ft tall Godzila..a real one!!!

For a better understanding of this process, I refer you to:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forbidden_Planet

and the explanation for the manifestation of evil attributable to Dr. Morbius.

. READ!! DO NOT SCAN
. More Tomorrow

Good Nght

Dream of me Pinkxxxx

Posted: Sun Nov 25, 2007 10:57 pm
by Juddbert
Ye gods and fishes little...

*shakes head in utter bewilderment*

Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 12:24 am
by vic-k
j sshhhhh! I`ve gorra to padit out wi`somat

Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 12:26 am
by vic-k
TRUE HORROR STORY FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE
. Chapter 2

I accept full responsibility for this evil`s presence in our midst, or should I say,â€

Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 9:51 am
by pink
The true nature of my illness is what doctors term "Flu-like illness". Since I am not completely incapacitated, it's therefore not actually the flu. But being not a cold, I am not a swollen recepticle of green slime and sneezing. I am pale and weak, and resting propped up on my pillows with my hair trailing like silken webs. I would probably look charming and ethereal, if I hadn't used up all my nice PJs, and been reduced to the last resort scraggy track suit bottoms and sweatshirt.

Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 10:21 am
by vic-k
Pink my Sweetness,

You`ll have to refrain from such over embellishments, apropos your appearance.That sounds most disconcertingly like my wife! :shock:

And anyway I`m the `over embelisher around here, at the momment.

As for your ailment, my precious. When a woman sneezes, she has a `very bad cold`, when a woman has a mild cold, it`s Influenza(and a particularly virulent strain to boot and one for which there is no vaccine available and in truth, not much sympathy. But not in your case my little pumpkin pip). When a woman does have flu, it`s pleurisy, etc. etc. etc. ad sodding infinitum. Yes, you`re sounding veeerrry much like my wife. It has to stop :shock:

Hunkxxx

Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 10:23 am
by vic-k
. TRUE HORROR STORY FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE
. Chapter 3 Preamble

Has everyone been to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forbidden_Planet read and inwardly digested its content.

What about that snot nosed kid at the back, young juddbert? If you haven`t please do so. I can`t take time out to answer daft questions, just because you haven`t done your homework! I`m fighting for my sanity here….and I mean `big time` fighting.

Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 11:06 am
by pink
You stalwart blaggart, comparest me not to thine woman, the hold she has over you is irredeemable.

It is the remit of a man to over exaggerate his ailments. A woman has never the choice of being sick when she has children and a house to run. Personally, I have worked with many people who will come to work with a sniffle and say that they have "a touch of the flu". I despise malingerers. No-one has a touch of the flu. You either have the flu and are abed, or you don't. I have had the flu twice. Once when I was 15, and again when I was 26. Both times I spent a week physically unable to get out of bed. So now I know that despite how wretched I feel, I don't have the flu.

I do, on the other hand, have a sore throat so painful that I can't speak or swallow, a neck so stiff that my chin can't touch my chest, nor can I look from side to side. I had a fight with a steamroller it seems, and I lost. And I spent Sunday afternoon vomiting for no apparent reason. Someone put a vice around my temples, and I can strangely feel the blood flowing through the capillaries in my skin, which is apparently two sizes too small.

Don't cast me in the role of a silly girl who takes abed with a sneeze.

You have offended my sensibilities most soundly. I will refrain from reading you now. You made me wander all over the place with inaproppriate periodisms.

Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 3:17 pm
by vic-k
Pink My Boogie Baby,
Think not too badly of me, for I am truly steeped in the ways of the male chauvinist mucho macho :twisted: But I can change :cry: Please be kind Pinkingtons
Hunk 8)

PS Pink y`ve got Flu :wink:

Posted: Mon Nov 26, 2007 3:21 pm
by vic-k
TRUE HORROR STORY FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE
. Chapter 3

The thing is…., I`ve written this article for a museum magazine…..right?

The article, in two sections of roughly equal length, is 1500 word in total. The first section hints, in `general terms` at the `Life and Times` of the canal and railway builders of the 17/1800`s: The Navies.

The second section covers, in more `specific` terms ( including relevant archive photography), the building of The Manchester Ship Canal, in the closing decades of the 18th Century.

In the opening paragraphs of the article, I refer to it, as `My Voyage of Discovery`, and urge the readers to embark on their own voyage, armed with data I`ve unearth through my research and put at their disposal.

Finally, I solicit and encourage responses to the Magazine for publication, from the readers, concerning anecdotal evidence of familial involvement with the navvies, at that time. Most specifically, from those whose families have always resided within the canal corridor up to the present time….he he!

The article is now in the hands of the magazine editor and accepted for publication( and has been for ages),subject to certain restraints, such as ( all the sex and violence has to go …joke), I think its length is more than the mag is used to accommodating, and may ultimately prove too problematical, for them to bother. No prob with that.

The problem, my fellow travellers, is this: It shouldn`t `be` in the hands of an editor at all! It`s supposed to be in the hands of my friggin tutor! Along with an analysis of the magazine…(done)…and a..ss…ssyyn….ssyynnnopsis!!…he! he!..mm!..m..mm!

Apart from a 500 word piece on Spiritualism, this article is the FIRST! assignment of any consequence, of a writing course I enrolled on, back in the swirling mists of March( aww come on! whats eight months, it`s nothing, a mere flick of an eyelash).

My first contact with my tutor proved a tad traumatic(for her), so she has probably blanked out any recollection of our relationship(or my existence), since she has made no attempt that I`m aware of, to ascertain any facts pertaining to my well being. Having said that, snail post is so unreliable these days. There could be a stack of enquires…somewhere. Well..p`rhaps not. Even the student advisers at the college haven`t bothered their arses to find out if I`m still around. Probably be groans all around when, or if, I eventually send off the finished assignment.

Where`s the evil gone? I sense you wondering, impatiently. Well it`s right in front of me, albeit leaning against the side of iMac, with one of its funny looking little arms resting on iMac`s top edge. It`s grinning at me with its big-fat-stupid-rotten-stinking-gob of a mouth. Now the little shit bag is laughing at me. Not for long though! Now it`s holding fat wobbly belly with laughter, tears in its eyes. The turdbrain hasn`t sussed it out yet…..have you?

You see, bollockface is a Tyrannosynopsis-Vic: a miniature Tyrannosaurus-Rex lookalike; probably the hallucinatory product of my warped alter ego.(or other suitable words to that effect).
Smegma features, debuted the day I sat down to write the ss..s..synop..p..sisss.[suitable misty analogous references indicating approx. date]

As is my wont, I first checked my spam, in the unlikely event there were any e-mails. You never know! What y`all laughing at? Someone could send me one, even by mistake. Anyway, my vision became distorted; jaggy,wriggly lines in the centre of my field of vision. I thought, â€