Filled with varied online challenges, Twitter often presents a chance for people to flex their creative muscles. The recent trend, SixWordHorror, is presenting that opportunity to horror story fans. Twitter user GailSimone started the challenge by inviting fellow tweeple to write scary stories using just six words.
Today's challenge isn't new, but I still think it's fun. Write a horror story in six words. Please use hashtag SixWordHorror.
We should have buried him deeper. Grampa says he hates his coffin. Your surgeon has a mild concussion. Signed, Death. Soon, the hashtag SixWordHorror started trending worldwide. Interested tweeple joined the trend and started sharing their versions of scary tales. There is a chance that some of these tweets will send a chill down your spine. The real you is already dead. I screamed. My reflection watched, smiling. Her reflection did not. I stood up. My body didn't. SixWordHorror pic.
Swimming in lake hiding mass-graves SixWordHorror pic. Pyramids arose, skittering toward the city. Hello Johnny. How are you today? SixWordHorror I'm right there. Standing behind you!
Some people, however, gave a funny twist to the brief as they started creating stories related to real-life situations. SixWordHorror Can you come into work early? Trisha Sengupta. Delhi communal riots pre-planned, part of a conspiracy, says Amit Shah. Delhi gang-rape convict wants action against cops for thrashing him.
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