Disturbed Literature

Writings of Jambo Stewart



Problem Boys

John felt apprehensive staring at the varnished oak door that stood ahead. He’d been told to wait by the door by Madam Lutzier. He was awaiting his punishment for escaping the Home. Continue reading “Problem Boys”

Dark Thoughts

The other day I overheard a conversation. I think they were talking about the gory horror film Hostel (2005), when a woman said: Continue reading “Dark Thoughts”

A Vision of Hell

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Dreams are a very special kind of magic. They can be influenced by our daily decisions and experiences, and can even influence our understanding of ourselves and the world around us. I’ve always been fond of remembering my dreams, the good and the bad. Continue reading “A Vision of Hell”

The 25th Hour

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Once there was a time I believed that a day consisted of a mere twenty-four hours, twelve in the morning, twelve in the afternoon. That was a long time ago. Continue reading “The 25th Hour”

The 25th Hour

The 25th Hour is the first horror story I ever wrote. I was at a writing retreat when I was asked to try my hand at horror, using a title from another story Thirteen O’clock as a prompt. Continue reading “The 25th Hour”

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