David Haynes has been making up stories since he was very young. His first story entitled, "How the Greenhouse Actually Got Smashed, Dad!" got him into trouble and went unpublished. Nevertheless, the stories continued and the desire to write them down grew stronger.
David now writes stories in the genre he loves the most - the dark, mysterious and delicious world of horror! The two main influences on his writing are Stephen King and Edgar Allan Poe who he considers masters of...
He'd seen dead bodies before, too many perhaps but today there were more than ever.
He'd watched them being led, wailing and screaming into the gas chambers. But now look at them, piled high in a steaming tangle of twisted limbs and broken spirits they waited patiently to be buried.
At least they hadn't started rotting yet; the smell of rotting flesh was apt to put him off his lunch, almost.
He plunged his spade into the earth; soon it would be winter and the ground would be frozen. He might need a new spade.
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