Through A Dark Glassy


Genre: Sci-fi/fantasy/horror

Length:  words.

Type: short story, series.

“Through A Dark Glassy” by Christina Engela appears:

  • in “Panic! Horror In Space #2” a collection of horror sci-fi series of short stores by Christina Engela.

“Through A Dark Glassy” is the fourth in a series of sci-fi horror short stories that will form the “Panic: Horror In Space” series featuring the same characters in different stories.

Back Cover:

“Of all the starships in the elite Terran Space Fleet, the I.S.S. Mercury is probably the unluckiest ship in history. Not once, not twice, but many times over, the same hapless crew – give or take a few dozen casualties – on a supposed voyage of deep space exploration, stumble into the weird, wake the creepy and trip over the downright terrifying and possibly even supernatural…”

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“Haunted paintings. Possessed dolls. Nightmarish accursed items that leave messy trails of misery, horror and death behind them through the pages of history. Regular folk would run a mile if someone offered them such a terrifying object, so what sort of person would want to actually collect them? More importantly, why would anyone think it was safe to transport these items via a courier service with only a poorly printed paper sign reading “WARNING: ABSOLUTELY POSITIVELY DO NOT OPEN” stuck on the box? What if someone did? Even more of interest to Captain Flane of the intrepid starship Mercury, why did it always have to be his ship that drew the short straw?”

A collection of haunted items – a crate full of trouble!



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