Nuclear waste deposit. Aak fictionspawn.

Temple of Doom (Audio story)

This story was originally published on Fictionspawn Monsters as Temple of Death. You can read the new version on steemit.com@fictionspawn, or listen to the video below.

Far into the future three archaeologists find a mysterious temple in the jungle. There are warning signs on the door, but they do not believe in curses and such. 

Silouette of a man Aak fictionspawn

Definitely Alive (Audio story)

Frank’s dream is to bring the dead back to life. He experiments with insects, and moves on to lizards and mice. Humans are his goal. He learns he’s playing a dangerous game.

You can listen to the video below, or check out my post on steemit where the video version is published in written form.

This story was originally published in two parts here on Fictionspawn Monsters, and was later re-edited into one. You can read it here: Revive

Gothic meeting. Aak fictionspawn

Lost Faith (Audio story)

He has lost all faith in humanity. He sits in darkness when someone comes by. She tells him she can help.

The original version is called Lost Faith in Humanity, and can be read here. Listen to the video below, or follow this link to Steemit.com@fictionspawn to read the re-edited video version.

A probe leaving an exo planet. Aak fictionspawn

The George-Mattheus Effect (Audio story)

The probe was coming back from Proxima Centauri today, the first ever return trip to another solar system. George and Mattheus are jumping up and down in childish joy. They are the lucky scientists to open the sample sample of exoplanet dirt. What they find is highly unexpected. 

You can listen to the story below, or read the rewritten version over at my Steemit-account. The original story you can find here: Return from Proxima B

A Book in the Attic. Aak fictionspawn

Short Stories (Audio narration)

Look! Paladin said to his mother. A book with Grandpa’s handwriting!

Oh, my! Who would have known grandpa was a writer. And the name, “Tales of the Horror”. Haha! Your dark and sinister Grandpa…

They both laughed. Grandpa had been the funniest man alive, always cheerful and friendly. The only moment Paladin had seen him sad was the weeks after Grandma left him.
He sat down by the desk and started reading while his mother kept organising the old things in the attic…