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  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense, Horror
    The Rajdhani Express
    2

    Waiting for an express train in a deseted station, meeting an old schoolfriend and the mystery of the royal family.... of the kingdom of Rajganj.


    Ishan212 - Thu May 25, 2017 4:51 am
    E - Everyone

  • Short Story » Supernatural, Mystery / Suspense
    Lief.
    3

    My first short story for Short Story Month. Very gory.


    KaraStevens - Mon May 22, 2017 1:13 pm
    16+ Violence

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense, Narrative
    A sweet little story!
    3

    An epistolary short story of a boy called Benjamin. Do give a read and tell me how you feel in comments! 16+ because I'm told it's a bit disturbing.

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    rohan - Sun May 21, 2017 5:51 pm
    16+ Mature Content

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense
    The storm began
    2

    There's a limited amount of words to describe a subtle traumatic event that engages the mind in such ways.


    Homachi - Thu May 18, 2017 4:10 pm
    12+

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense, Narrative
    Mental Battle Field
    4

    After getting hit by a car, the speaker must face the fear of ever walking the streets again. But is the battle every fought alone.


    ShadeMaster - Sat May 13, 2017 12:31 am
    E - Everyone

  • Short Story » Dramatic, Mystery / Suspense
    Deepest Desires
    8

    Come to The Lady's Eye today to find out what you desire most in life! We're open from 5-11 every day of the week. Stop wasting time and come down.


    Pomeroy - Wed May 10, 2017 3:59 pm
    16+ Violence

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense, Action / Adventure
    Elevator
    2

    What happens when you’re stuck in an elevator with a serial killer?


    MasterDimitrov - Tue May 09, 2017 2:36 pm
    12+

  • Short Story » Realistic, Mystery / Suspense
    unfinished.
    3

    little bit of suspense, some inner turmoil. just a bit of an experimenting with a light approach to the narrative.

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    gabrielgoon - Mon May 08, 2017 11:15 pm
    E - Everyone

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense, Horror
    Darkness Becomes Me
    6

    Gina started her junior year out strong with being Captain of Soccer and Cheer. But after her drowning at the end of the year Gina's life will change.


    pirateslife4me - Fri May 05, 2017 4:35 pm
    16+ Language Violence

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense, Horror
    Ghosts
    8

    This graveyard holds the record for most spectral sightings in the country... and the Grey Lady might just help me solve a mystery...


    Cadi - Wed May 03, 2017 7:08 pm

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense, Teen Fiction
    I barely got out in time
    4

    Two summers ago, my best friend was murdered. And this is where it happened.


    AmeliaGryffin - Mon May 01, 2017 3:37 pm
    18+ Violence

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense, Fanfiction
    The Red-Headed League
    3

    I rewrote Arthur Conan Doyle's story: 'The Red-Headed League'. This story features Watson and Holmes, but it's not JohnLock. Sorry to disappoint.


    JuliasSneezer - Mon May 01, 2017 1:56 pm
    E - Everyone

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense
    Catching the Silence.
    6

    Quick little story I wrote! It's mainly about a girl trying to escape some trouble in a uncommon location.

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    Cassieperry - Thu Apr 27, 2017 3:56 pm
    12+

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense
    Lock
    3

    Then she saw it - a lock on the inside of the cupboard door. She brushed her hand over it, surprised she hadn't noticed it before. How creepy.


    wallacies - Tue Apr 11, 2017 10:12 pm
    12+

  • Short Story » Mystery / Suspense, Action / Adventure
    Rap-Unzel
    4

    Confession: This is an older story that I did for a class, I really enjoyed writing it however and I hope you will enjoy reading it. :)


    brooklyn193 - Sat Apr 01, 2017 6:40 pm
    12+ Violence


We are all broken. That's how the light gets in.
— Ernest Hemingway