Kristopher Rufty is the writer and director of the movies Psycho Holocaust, Rags, and Wicked Wood, as well as an author of Horror Stories which include:
The Night Everything Changed
“No one would ever forget the night the carnival came to town. “
Vincent Carlson used to have a good life. He lived on a small farm in Doverton, Wisconsin, with his loving teenage daughter, Leanne.
His biggest worries were tending his corn crop and being a good dad to Leanne.
But that was before the seedy little carnival came to town, bringing with them the tiny humanoid creatures called Haunchies .
For Vincent Carlson and the whole town of Doverton that was the night everything changed
Not all angels are sane.
Someone saved David Barker’s life, but he doesn’t know who—or what—she is.
Now he’s haunted by the image of that beautiful, nebulous vision with the features of a woman and determined to find out why she appeared when he almost died.
David uses an angel board in hopes of contacting her, and unfortunately for him, he succeeds.
This angel has loved him all his life, guarded him and protected him.
And she’ll hurt anyone who interferes with that love.
David’s guardian angel is obsessive, possessive…and homicidal.
Her unyielding love for him will leave a trail of grisly “accidents” and murders as she eliminates all those who want to hurt David.
Or love him.
Twelve year old Joel Olsen loves all things devoted to horror.
Movies, comics, books, and of course his true passion, special effects.
Being raised by his older sister Haley after the sudden death of their parents
Joel is in a world truly of his own.
But at the launch of summer vacation Joel finds lying bloodied and near death in his backyard, a masked man that is the epitome of what he adores.
A flesh and blood slasher maniac!
When he invites the masked man into his home to recover from his wounds an unexpected friendship is born, but Joel quickly realizes he’s actually become involved in a true to life horror tale that he’ll be lucky to survive.
This maniac known as Pillowface is not only an uncontrollable killing machine, but he also has others searching for him, and they will go to great and bloody lengths to find him.
They’re waiting for you in the woods.
They’ve lived in the woods and cornfields for as long as anyone can remember.
Small, humanoid creatures with sharp teeth and grasping hands.
The people in what’s left of the nearby town live in fear.
They’ve learned that if they let the creatures take what they want, they won’t be attacked.
An uneasy peace has reigned. But no more.
The leader of the creatures has decided his kind will be dormant no longer.
To survive, they must kill.
They will satisfy their unholy hunger with their favorite prey—humans.
But some humans—females—will be kept alive in captivity…to breed.
A Dark Autumn
“Some vengeance cries for blood. “
He s a writer seeking solitude.
They are four women on vacation looking for fun and relaxation.
But when they meet they will find only terror.
An appalling crime will lead to an unthinkable, gruesome revenge.
In the deep woods of Mountain Rock, no one will hear the screams, the agony, the mayhem.
No one will hear them die.
Last one alive
It was only supposed to be a relaxing weekend away from the drab of regular life, but what it became was a fight for survival.
Megan is pursued through dense mountain woodland by a psychopath she doesn’t know, a relentless nightmare she can’t kill.
No matter how she tries to stop him, he just keeps coming back, even stronger than the last time, chasing her deeper into the wild, and closer to a trio of despicable hillbillies who are sadistic on another scale.
Lost in woods populated by pure evil all around, what hope does Megan really have?
The town of Oak Hollow is very eager to welcome Tracey…and her baby.
Soon after seventeen year old Tracey Parks found out she was pregnant, she was sent off to live with her grandmother in Oak Hollow.
It was a painful transition, but she learned to love the quaint town and the people who live there.
But now, as the birth of her son gets nearer, the once-friendly town seems much more ominous.
Could it be that the residents of Oak Hollow have been waiting for her—and her unborn baby—all along?
And what role will her baby play in this macabre nightmare?
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Thank you very much for featuring me on your blog!
I hope you enjoyed the books!
I did and saving hard to get more Kris 🙂