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Leigh Lundin's Writings

Short Story
Alfred Hitchcock, Apr 2008
Sep.23.2008
Alfred Hitchcock
Rural folk in the hamlet of Malauva found it odd when a party of men gathered up the mountain in a Toltec ruin jutting from a promontory like a prehistoric fortification. The eight kept to themselves, buying only cooked mutton, pigeon, vegetables, and bread from young Tortola, a boy who lived down the hillside where maize plots abutted the rocky cliffs. In the...
Short Story
Ellery Queen, Aug 2006
Sep.23.2008
Ellery Queen
We heard the hiss from hell, a sound like an old-fashioned boiler steaming, a hiss so primal, so feral, that the hair on the back of my neck prickled straight up on end. Our eyes strained for movement, but when it came, nothing could have prepared us for it. Camouflaged, it came up off the ground a few yards in front of us and charged. Videos show them shuffling...