by R.J. Meldrum
He woke, disturbed. The dream had been vivid, violent. Their car had crashed; metal, glass and flesh, all ripped apart. His mood changed when he saw everything was the same. The same road, the same darkness. His wife was still driving, staring out the windshield into the night.
“I just had the strangest dream.”
She didn’t answer.
“I dreamt we crashed. That we died.”
She turned to look at him. The front of her face was a bloodied mess, her eyes missing. Blood oozed out of her wounds. She grinned with a toothless mouth.
“That was no dream, my love.”
R.J. Meldrum has been published by Culture Cult Press, Trembling with Fear, Black Hare Press, Smoking Pen Press, Tell Tale Press, and James Ward Kirk. He’s had stories in The Sirens Call eZine, the Horror Zine and Drabblez Magazine. His novella “The Plague” was published by Demain Press.