Newton’s Tales of the Macabre
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PF-005: The Sinful Child by Newton Webb
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PF-005: The Sinful Child by Newton Webb

A Supernatural Horror Short Story: Held captive in her father’s basement, Amelia struggles to escape. But reality isn’t always what it appears to be and soon she will learn an earth shattering secret.
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If you enjoyed this free short story, then please consider Tales of the Macabre, Vol. 1 or its sequel Tales of the Macabre, Vol. 2.

If you like page-turning frights, haunting revelations, and feeling your blood run cold, then you’ll love Newton Webb’s baleful phantasmagoria.

Buy them to shudder in fear tonight!

Praise for Tales of the Macabre, Vol. 1
"This book was full of nail-biting moments. The book was full of variety that kept you engaged and wanting to read the next story"
"Newton Webb never disappoints. His debut collection includes most of his best stories, spanning a huge amount of time and going through a great variety of settings. Some are novelettes, others more of a typical short story length, always well written, with a fantastic use of the English language"
"These 16 scary stories are really, really good! My absolute favorites of the bunch were Festival of the Damned and The Heir Apparent (man, what a twist I was NOT expecting!)"
"This was a very enjoyable collection of eerily prophetic stories, full of variety and encompassing a world of demonic entities, cannibalism, ghouls, murder, ancient curses and deviant sex addiction. From folk horror to supernatural sci-fi tales, what more could you wish for? Each story slowly unfolds with a sense of unease and menace, complimented by many unexpected twists and turns. The moral theme of these stories would appear to be, 'be careful of what you wish for'. Highly recommended"

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Newton’s Tales of the Macabre
Phantom Frequencies, FREE horror audiobooks.
Welcome to "Phantom Frequencies," the podcast where your worst nightmares are only the tip of the iceberg. Here, we feast on the twisted tales penned by none other than Newton Webb, a man whose imagination is so unsettling, it makes a serial killer's diary look like a Disney movie. Allow me to wet your whistle with what's coming: * A seventeenth-century girl’s family is exiled from town because her father committed an unspeakable crime. When they can’t survive in the wilderness on their own, can she outlast murder and cannibalism with her morality intact? * A sinister black fog rolls in from the ocean. When those taken by the sea return with it, can a man withstand his dead mother’s wrath? * She’s bound tightly to a chair. Her father inexplicably tortures her. When the truth is revealed, will either of them live to tell the tale? Ah, I see I've got your attention now. This is a vault of terror is guaranteed to tickle your fear bone and shred your sense of security. Newton Webb doesn’t just make your skin crawl; he rips it off and dances in it. If you enjoy having your soul curdled and your dreams invaded, then strap in. You're in for a hell of a ride, and trust me, there's no emergency exit. So turn off the lights, lock your doors (not that it'll help), and pump up the volume. Welcome to the crypt of "Phantom Frequencies," where each episode promises a descent into dread. How many episodes can you survive before you break? Only one way to find out. Sweet screams, listeners.