Saturday, August 23, 2014

Black Eyed Kids Everywhere - Creepy Story #4 "The Artifice" - A Short Film

In light of Death Knocks coming out September 26th, I'm highlighting the stories we found about the Black-Eyed kids when researching for our book, but this week I wanted to feature something fun I was very lucky to find - a short film called "The Artifice" by Matthew Holmes with Two Tone Pictures. Starring Joshua Jaeger and Bailey Barbour. Cinematography by Peter Szilveszter. Music by Jamie Murgatroyd. Sound Design by Dream Vault Studios.

Hope you enjoy this! Note: I'd suggest not watching this alone at night.



Thank you Matthew Holmes for making this fantastic short film, and allowing me to feature it here.

Until next week, enjoy your nights, and remember "Don't let them in..."

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Friday, August 15, 2014

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Death Knocks is available for pre-order through Amazon for $2.99! If you pre-order, please save your receipt for a soon-to-be announced contest.

In light of Death Knocks coming out September 26th, I'm highlighting the stories we found about the Black-Eyed kids when researching for our book.

When reading about the Black-Eyed kids, I wanted to see if I could find a story that was a bit closer to home. How about one that happened this year?

January 20, 2014 in Tavares, FL as our victim was traveling home from work, he stopped at a stop light, and that's when the eerie feeling began to creep in. Standing 15 feet away stood a boy dressed in a hoodie and jeans, with eyes that were blacker than darkness, and fear took hold of him. He tore his eyes away from the creature to look at the light, where he saw another BEK walking slowly in front of the vehicle.

Then he turned to see the boy approach his car, and the fear overtook him. He felt he was going to die, when he got the eerie impression the boys were talking to one another, without speaking. By some luck, another car approached and the light changed. Our victim left the intersection, looking back to see no one there.

Please note that each story I feature is open to your interpretation by the story teller. Although every encounter may not be a true telling, it's always fun to allow the imagination to run wild. Until next week, enjoy your nights, and remember "Don't let them in..."

Miranda