Volume 3 Issue 4
August 2005

The New Camp Horror


Columns and Reviews!

Behind the Sock Drawer
by Adrienne Jones

Using Continuous Improvement Tools to Improve your Writing – Part 2
by Douglas Araujo

The 80's Reborn
by Greg Lamberson



“…and in the end, the love you take, is equal to the love you make.”


Greetings Campers!


Sometimes the words just don’t want to come, you know what I mean?

For several years, we have been bringing you the adventures of the goings on here at New Camp Horror while making a lot of new friends and having some laughs and chills along the way.

Sadly, this is going to be the last issue for a little while. It seems your Old Campmaster has some health problems he needs to take care of, so we are going to close the gates, board up the cabins, and put out the campfire for just a bit.

Hopefully very soon, we will be back stronger than ever, with a whole new look, but the same enjoyable thrills you have come to know.

I want to thank all of the contributors who have made this experience one which was anything but a chore, and when we light up the campfire again, you will all join me with the same enthusiasm, devotion, and fellowship as before.

We will meet again.


Rick Mohr

Camp Master

New Camp Horror


This issue is dedicated with love and respect to Groundskeeper Bradley, who has been the unsung hero when it comes to this site -- not only with the basic upkeep but also designing the look and feel of each issue. Thank you for everything, and I can’t wait to see what is in store when we return.


Nine New Stories


by Brian Wright

Removing The Stain
By Dean Baker

by Julie Ann Dawson

Junk Mail
By K. A. Patterson

The Attic Stairs
By Lisa Burton

Where Ever She Is
By Mike Philbin

by Steven Lloyd and Eric S. Brown