A collection of short stories, Lost Souls, was first
published in 1990 by Peter Smith and Sarcophagus Press, of South Yorkshire, England, as a
project of the Esoteric Order of Dagon (E.O.D.) They are reprinted here, along with a few
stories printed elsewhere.
The Callanish Stones:
Originally published in London, in SKOOB Magazine, this story is a fantasy with more than a grain of
truth. A word to the wise: Be careful out there!
The Eater of Lost Souls: Published
as part of the original collection of Lost Souls, this tale was inspired
by a camping trip to Duck, North Carolina, on the Outer Banks, an anchor-point of the
Bermuda Triangle. I witnessed this phenomenon myself, and obviously, lived to tell this
Great Dismal: While not strictly
"true", this tale does reflect a truth about the world, and my own attitudes
toward trees. Published in both in SKOOB magazine, and as part of the original collection of Lost Souls.
REQUIEM: A complex
"demon" of a tale. Published as part of the original collection of Lost
Time to turn the
tables on the many deer-hunters we have in Southwestern Pennsylvania. This tale
and, did happen. Published as part of the original collection of Lost