It Came From Hell and Smashed the Angels

It Came From Hell and Smashed the Angels

by Gregor Xane

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Thanks to his big ugly mug, Ben Coburn always played the heavy in Hollywood. Yeah, his name was in the credits of a bunch of low-budget B-movie horror shows, but at least he could say he was in the movies.

That was a long time ago.

Now Ben sits alone in a trailer park listening to an old married couple across the way argue about money, just nursing a beer, waiting for something to happen.

But nothing ever happens. That pisses him off.

No, Big Ben Coburn isn't going to wait around anymore. He jumps on his motorcycle and tears off into the night.

Intent on escaping into a new life, he races past a field of scarecrows, barreling headlong down the highway toward a blazing inferno and a bottomless pit.

Note: This story originally appeared in TWO: The 2nd Annual Stupefying Stories Horror Special.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940045826372
Publisher: Gregor Xane
Publication date: 04/11/2014
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 842 KB

About the Author

Gregor Xane lives and writes in Ohio.

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It Came From Hell and Smashed the Angels 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So close. So...very...close. But you shalln't get this one.<p>Question Dix de Dix:<br>I do this often.
AVoraciousReadr More than 1 year ago
Surprise ending! *Book source ~ Free on Amazon Ben Coburn has been in many B-rated horror movies. With his large build and less than handsome face he has been regulated to playing the big baddies of the big screen. He spends his days waiting, always waiting until the day he decides he&rsquo;s not going to wait any more. First off, I&rsquo;ll say that this is well-written. Just because I didn&rsquo;t understand what the hell was going on does not detract from that point at all. Because I&rsquo;m not typically into horror, I have the feeling I&rsquo;m missing something big and that&rsquo;s my fault. It&rsquo;s not the first time I was lost reading this genre and I&rsquo;m sure it won&rsquo;t be the last. But I&rsquo;ll keep trying. The ending did freak me out. Didn&rsquo;t see that coming at all. Two thumbs up for that.
lauralovesreviewingLT More than 1 year ago
Ben used to be somebody. Now he lives in a rundown trailer, at the beck and call of a senior couple. One night, he snaps. He hops on his treasured motorcycle and heads off into the night with no plans of returning. Just hits the open road. When he spots a fire up ahead he slows and stops to investigate. Lying next to a huge hole in the ground is the mangled body of a woman. She was thrown from her car in the accident and before she dies, claims a huge creature attacked her car. Ben hops on his bike and heads to the local watering hole to call for help. What happens next is out of this world. I kept hearing the theme to Twilight Zone as I read this story. It had a dark, surreal feel to it. Bizarre and a bit disjointed but I liked the idea.