Friends are out on their bikes, on a run to Sturgis when one, then another race through what seems to be a small fog bank that suddenly appears before them.
But it reaches toward the first biker with an appendage. Time slows to a frame freeze as the second biker through watches his friend lay his bike down.
Three others avoid the fog — or whatever it is — and witness something unbelievable eerie. How many live to tell the tale?
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About the Author
Harvey Stanbrough is an award winning writer and poet who was born in New Mexico, seasoned in Texas, and baked in Arizona. Twenty-one years after graduating from high school in the metropolis of Tatum New Mexico, he matriculated again, this time from a Civilian-Life Appreciation Course (CLAC) in the US Marine Corps. He follows Heinlein’s Rules avidly and most often may be found Writing Off Into the Dark. He has written and published nine novels, hundreds of poems, over a hundred short stories, and over twenty collections of short fiction. More than almost anything else, he hopes you will enjoy his stories.