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The Black Knight's God: Horror Anthology

by Edward Saint-Ivan
(Tampa, Fl.)

The Black Knights God Independent Film

The Black Knights God Independent Film

The first story in my collection also named "The Black Knights God" is about an outstanding American who finds an obstacle even the most prestigious college couldn't prepare him for. The United States Military Academy costs about a quarter million dollars per graduate but every student is on scholarship.

Only those few outstanding scholars who can also endure torturous physical pain have a shot at being appointed a Cadet at West Point. West Point graduates whose distinction inspired service academies all over the world include: Generals Douglas Mac Arthur, John Abizaid, Norman Schwarzkopf, Alexander Haig, David Petraeus, basketball coach Mike Krzyzewski, and civil rights champion James Yee.

Legendary coaches Vince Lombardi and Bobby Knight along with three Heisman Trophy winners immortalized the Black Knights of West Point. My protagonist was so driven he graduated first Cadet in his class, won a Rhodes scholarship, passed the Washington Bar without a law degree, and after all that found an insurmountable obstacle.

My second story DeJa Vu is about a deeply troubled young man on another planet whose hatred for society masquerades his shame for not measuring up to his parents. He is an outcast in a society where being somebody is everything.

He feeds his ego by treating cladly dressed servers like whores and buying pricy prostitutes. When one of his upper scale providers gets impatient with his momentary impotence, he snaps and beats her to death with a hocky stick.

He committs suicide and gets reincarnated on earth as a survivor of Armenian genocide and victim of a Turkish super patriot.

The remainder of my anthology is devoted to short, short, stories. One of the shortest "Ali Has Curry" is about a mental hospital for neurotic celebrities that needs a way to lay off psychiatrists.

Last but not least my anthology includes two really scary ghost stories. The most scary of the two is called Night Train. A young man finds a thrill stalking New York Cities Subway so intense he comes back from the dead for one more ride.

The second ghost story "Thai Food" is about a psychiatrist who wants to control his dreams so he can exploit woman in virtual reality. He ends up trapped in a nightmare.









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Sep 18, 2010
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Frightening
by: Tokai

Saint-Ivan's two longest stories in the anthology The Black Knight's God and DeJa Vu, are the two most frightening stories I ever read!
The massacres at UA-Huntsville and Ft.Hood illustrate that there are ticking time bombs all over the world!

Apr 09, 2010
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by: Edward Saint-Ivan

Please feel free to check out my website at Authorsden.Com. My website has a place to click if you want to e/mail me.

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