Alarmingly Strange Stories

Strange stories we’ve been collecting since 1999!

With Hollywood remaking movies over and over, you’d think there were no more creative ideas; however, we prove them wrong here. Original and creative fiction made by regular folks. With a library as large as ours don’t forget to add this page to your browsers favorites so you can come back for more. Use AlarminglyStrangeStories.com for a direct link to this page.

The latest submissions below, or click a category for list of the last 10 stories submitted.

Strange Sci-Fi

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My Farm

July 8, 2021

MY FARM by Art Hernandez I pressed a button on the remote control and the left quarter’s window facing the harvest appeared from behind the slowly rising radiation shutters. Outside the dome…

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Strange Stories

THE STOOL PIGEON AND THE INDIAN LAKE 1933

July 23, 2021

The Stool Pigeon And The Indian Lake 1933 We were nine years old that bright, summer morning in 1933, when Norman told us about an airport “just on the other side of Crotona Park.” There were five of us in…

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Fun Fiction

Binkle Bunny in Super Electronic

June 13, 2021

It was a lovely day and the Cummy Todge was brimming with people. Some of these people were regulars who were somewhat used to the usual insanity of the place. Most of them however were the unfortunate victims of chance,…

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Sci-Fi Archives

MAP OF AMERICA

August 7, 2011

I’d always loved maps. In fact the walls of my office at home were covered with them. Almost every part of the globe was represented there with some areas even being duplicated as I acquired an occasional historical map.     …

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Strange Archives

A Bad Haircut

July 31, 2009

Note from Editor: This one is as sad as it is creepy. It was originally submitted 12 yrs ago, by an unknown author named Seth. Excerpt: He stared at his face in the small square mirror, the door to a…

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Fun Archives

A Deal with the Devil

October 2, 2009

“Wh…what am I doing here?” John asked as he reached the checkpoint. “Let’s see,” the guard said, leafing through a thick notebook. “Ah, John Sedgewick. Here it is. Says here you cheated on your wife.” “Well, to be fair, she…

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Did you know if you submit your fiction, it’s considered published and can’t be copied or used without permission? However, if you’re a professional writer and plan to sell your work you will loose first publication rates. Second publication rates are usually much less, so as a pro, you might want to limit your submissions to articles too strange to sell.

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A complete archive list by year can be found Here!