Seeing by Patrick Winters

A secret revealed. A legacy undone. A horror immortalised. For generations, the Berdeaux family name had been synonymous with hospitality and distinction. But that all changed in the summer of 1979, when Dewey Berdeaux’s “hobby” came to light. It was a revelation that stunned the town of Barrville, and ever since then, the Berdeaux family mansion has stood as a grim reminder—with its fair share of ghosts, if rumour is to be believed.

Under Ground by Steven Streeter

It started with a kiss…

A kiss that ended badly.

And then the whole world opened up.

Swirling Darkness by Sam M. Phillips

An artist lives in the perpetual night of the Arctic Circle during winter, making paintings which he interprets symbolically. Pressured by an upcoming exhibition and driven mad by his isolation, he seeks an escape, as well as a way to get to the heart of the meaning of art, so he digs.