Dark Corners is a collection of short stories about the concealed, the aphotic, the sinister and the supernatural: The title story is about a man who starts to see hideous creatures everywhere he goes, creatures that nobody else can see; is the man slowly descending into insanity or are the demons real and out to drag him into their realm? Can Molly avoid the results of a witch's curse in Dead by Twelve? Sylvia hears something scratching inside the walls of her new house in the story Inside but is it her imagination or is something trying to get out? In Darkling, Jed and his friends go ghosthunting on Halloween but find more than they bargained for. In Origin, Eve is convinced that she is being kidnapped by aliens but the truth is far more horrifying. In One Day in July, Old George is doing his weekly shop at the local supermarket when all hell breaks loose, literally and he sees things that will change the world. These are just a few of the stories in Dark Corners. Make sure you leave the light on after you've read it... Below is the first review of Dark Shadows from writer and author of Top of the Heap, (one of his many successful short stories) Nat Robinson.