Metro by Steen Langstrup

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This short story contains explicit violence. It's not for the faint of heart. It's horror. It contains graphic scenes of violence and rape.

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It is a short story which means it is short.

A hellish ride on the Metro train one night in Copenhagen...

Written as a tribute to Edgar Allan Poe, with obvious links to his tale William Wilson, this short story leads you into a cold nightmare of rape and mixed identities.

'Maja calls as I wait for the Metro at the airport station. It's late. I have just returned from yet another business trip. She says, "There have been a number of violent rapes in Copenhagen the last few weeks. Yesterday, the police published a frame from the surveillance recordings in the Metro. The last rape occurred late Monday night not far from the DR-Byen Metro station. The victim recognized you on the recordings from the surveillance camera."
I hesitate a few seconds, looking into my own eyes in the reflection of the glass walls--then I laugh.'

About Steen Langstrup

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Published October 18, 2012 by 2 Feet Entertainment. 25 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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