Research! Death In A Microwave!

31 08 2016

 

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Image Courtesy Gizmodo

From Gizmodo:

“Well, I can tell you from experience being microwaved is pretty… intense. Imagine the sensation of being slapped on a bad sunburn, combined with an electric shock, instantly. On the plus side, it also stops instantly once you’ve frantically jerked your hand out of the microwave, so it isn’t all bad I guess? :)”

Yet for adults, staying in a fetal position with eyes tightly clenched may — MAY — keep the liquid parts of us from overheating. Babies in standard home microwaves would probably survive, though with skin burns and severe damage to eyes and genitals. Industrial microwaves would cause internal organ damage, but overall it seems burn wards see people with far worse injuries.

I deem this death: OOGY, NOT HORRIFIC

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Horror Writers Note! Visions of Hell

29 08 2016

http://www.cracked.com/blog/4-people-who-died-went-to-hell-then-came-back_p2/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=newsletter-weekly-20160808

https://electricliterature.com/an-illustrated-guide-to-writing-scenes-and-stories-c4e0296276f#.8qnm4pvpx





Story Prompts: Megadeath to Survival

15 08 2016

A star gone supernova 4000 years ago could scorch a hemisphere in the next minute with very little warning. Old news for astronomers and the paranoid. What would that be like having everything going up in toast where you are right now? How about now? Now?

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What if you had been in a parking garage? How would you live once you saw what happend? After a year, everything would start growing back and the rest of the world would only start on the fringes of the Doom Zone. Memorize these videos. The lack of narration makes them strangely restful.

 

Scavaging for civilization would be deadly dangerous. Identifying warning logos would have been burnt away. The rewards for finding the correct gasses would be great as they could be used for everything from air conditioning to fuel to weapons against rival gangs. Here’s a fellow who knows all of the uses at “Things I Won’t Work With”. Touch the deadly molecule to learn more.

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“I Love ‘The Flesh Sutra’!” ………………………….. Nancy Holder, award-winning horror author

2 08 2016

My debut novel was on the preliminary ballot for the 2014 Stoker Awards. “In this excellent novel, the writing is crisp, the characters sharply drawn, the plot engrossing; as a result, this t…

Source: “I Love ‘The Flesh Sutra’!” ………………………….. Nancy Holder, award-winning horror author





Find What Works For You — horroraddicts.net

1 08 2016

Finding what works for you as an author is the first step in also finding your voice. It takes experience, time, exploration, and trying different techniques that will keep you motivated to write. The Ritual: This is something that successful writers create for themselves. A ritual gets your mind ready to switch into […]

via Find What Works For You — horroraddicts.net








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