Chet Williamson Quotes.

1. "The name of the film was Gore Feast. True to its name, Gore Feast had been moving along at a ferocious clip, serving up fresh bodies to mutilate at regular five-minute intervals. Heads staved in with hammers. Eyes turned to pudding with eggbeaters. Torsos dangling from meathooks. Brains in blenders. Kidney pie. It made Rudy very hungry indeed."
- Chet Williamson, A Haunting of Horrors: A Twenty-Novel eBook Bundle of Horror and the Occult

2. "It happened while he was clandestinely playing Rambo, a game his mother had outlawed for reasons he didn’t buy. She said it had to do with guns being bad and there being altogether too much violence in the world—especially America, where two Kennedys had been ass-sass-inated, which he understood to mean killed in a particularly bad way."
- Chet Williamson, A Haunting of Horrors: A Twenty-Novel eBook Bundle of Horror and the Occult

3. "I’m content with my role, Mr. Tung. I have no ambitions. All I ask is for honest work killing your kind, and to be left alone to handle my affairs."
- Chet Williamson, A Haunting of Horrors: A Twenty-Novel eBook Bundle of Horror and the Occult

4. "Got a headache, huh? Allan nodded. Severe. Why don’t you use what doctors recommend most? Oh, God … Electroshock therapy! It really works!"
- Chet Williamson, A Haunting of Horrors: A Twenty-Novel eBook Bundle of Horror and the Occult

5. "He had not put the light over the garage door on, or the porch light on, or any outside light. They would be visible from the road. He had the crazy idea that light would draw attention to him, could somehow be a magnet for someone (who? the cops? the ASPCA? St. Francis of Assisi?) to discover what he’d done. That was the last thing he needed now."
- Chet Williamson, A Haunting of Horrors: A Twenty-Novel eBook Bundle of Horror and the Occult

6. "The voice was the tip of a long cold stiletto, inserting itself into Stephen’s belly with infinite, almost lackadaisical, slowness. The voice was a forkload of maggoty flesh, pressed insistently against his lips. The voice was a Checker cab, wheeling suddenly around some corner and straight toward him, with its bright eyes glaring over the ravenous, grinning grill. The voice was a train. A long, cold train. Upon him now. And he was powerless before it."
- Chet Williamson, A Haunting of Horrors: A Twenty-Novel eBook Bundle of Horror and the Occult

7. "Men are interesting specimens," Althea said. "They never cease to come up with ways to screw things up."
- Chet Williamson, A Haunting of Horrors: A Twenty-Novel eBook Bundle of Horror and the Occult

8. "The plots of God are perfect. The Universe is a Plot of God. --Edgar Allan Poe, Eureka"
- Chet Williamson, A Haunting of Horrors: A Twenty-Novel eBook Bundle of Horror and the Occult

9. "I was lying on the ground. I could feel my blood mixing with the dirt. And Reese said, ‘You can stay up here and fuck the grizzly bears, puss.’ And the goddamned thing is, when I finally was able to stand up, I was more scared of imaginary grizzly bears than I was of Reese. Although I’m sure a grizzly bear has better table manners. I just motivated myself the hell away, as fast as I could crawl. I’m not even sure there are grizzly bears around here, anyway."
- Chet Williamson, A Haunting of Horrors: A Twenty-Novel eBook Bundle of Horror and the Occult

10. "What happened?" The coffee table tried to kill us," Marley whispered. "What did you do?" We ducked," Tanner said. This sounds like the bad trips my patients on drugs describe," Althea said."
- Chet Williamson, A Haunting of Horrors: A Twenty-Novel eBook Bundle of Horror and the Occult

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