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Knifepoint Horror

Tales of supernatural suspense written and produced by Soren Narnia.

The text of these stories is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license, meaning that anyone is free to adapt the stories as they see fit, even for profit, without the obligation to compensate the author. CC BY 4.0

Music by Kevin MacLeod, incompetech.com, unless otherwise noted.

Email: songofsadbirds@aol.com. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sorennarnia

Also by the author: the podcast 'Those Snowy Nights You Read to Me, They'll Never Be Forgotten.'

Dec 3, 2020

Within every grandiose scheme, there lies the seed of possible disaster. Some of these disasters are loud, chaotic, and violent ... but sometimes they only sound like the wind sighing through haunted ruins.


Music: ‘Between the Noise’ by Kyle Preston, ‘Dreams of Light’ by Jacob Pavek. All rights reserved.


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Oct 16, 2020

For Halloween, a tale of two people dwelling among the monsters who own the night.

Music: 'Altered Communications' by Emanuele Errante. Intro music by Emma Fradd of the Sibling Horror podcast.

The text of these stories is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International license, meaning that anyone is...


Oct 3, 2020

The letters and diaries of several 19th century soldiers allude to “the terrible Demon of Moscow” that once haunted the city’s streets. One witness alone told the entire story of the ghostly force most still believe was not truly of this world.

Music: 'Balance' by Muted, 'Stratum' and 'December' by...


Aug 7, 2020

'What about the forest where this terrible thing happened?' people sometimes ask when they hear the story of the small town that became so precariously balanced between true evil and unexpected hope. 'Is it still there?' The answer is yes... the forest is still there.

Music selections by Emma Fradd of the Sibling Horror...


Jul 8, 2020

Each nighttime visitor to the tiny house in the country was more unwelcome than the one before ... but the fourth was truly unimaginable.

Music by Emma Fradd of the Sibling Horror podcast.

Art by Scott Brown, https://www.instagram.com/scalawagarts/

Watch the movie adaptation of this story on my YouTube channel.

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