Phobia, by Norman Lacotte

(F.F.F. Website Story)

Mildred cautiously peaked through the kitchen door, scanning for any creature lurking around. Their long legs, their hairy bodies and those beady eyes revolted her. Seeing no danger, Mildred scurried across the floor aiming for the cupboard. Before she could reach her destination, her nightmare entered. Mildred froze, petrified. It was all she could do not to scream. She bit her lip, paralysed with fear. The source of her phobia brushed against her. Mildred jumped on the couch and waited for the hideous beast to depart. When the monster left, Mildred, shaken by the experience, hurried back to her web.


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