This chilling collection will take you on a roller-coaster ride through the nightmarish landscape of a VERY twisted imagination. Stories of such sledgehammer intensity and terror that they will leave you breathless.
TEN gripping stories you’ll NEVER forget!
ONE NIGHT IN BANGKOK: Jimmy Wee wasn’t satisfied with just a sex holiday. He wanted something EXTRA special.
THE LIFT: The BEDOK RAPIST was on the prowl again. The scene of the crime: the lift.
SEALED WITH A KISS: Ricky Koh was a small-time Geylang pimp who graduated to glitzy Orchard Road.
SUFFER THE CHILDREN: Khamissah tortured children. Why not? They’re helpless aren’t they? Or ARE they?
THE HANGMAN: The new hangman loved to inflict pain. At Changi Prison, he was PAID to do it.
FACTORY: When love turned sour, mild-mannered Thomas Tan showed his true colours.
GREAT PIG MOTHER: Diamond Dave believed in lady luck. But fate dealt him a BIZARRE hand.
COCKROACH: Andy Wong declared WAR on roaches. The battle took on epic proportions.
THE ARTIST ARCANE TAO: He would even sell his own soul to capture on canvas the UNTHINKABLE.
A NIGHT AT THE OPERA: The act in Choa Chu Kang was unreal… in more ways than you could imagine.
Classic Singapore Horror Stories are a huge hit with horror fans in Singapore and Malaysia. Sin is able to empathise with Singapore’s poor, the main subject of his stories, and his no-holds-barred approach will take you on a rollercoaster ride of nightmarish proportions. The acclaimed author’s writing betrays a brutal honesty that is sometimes shocking but always sincere.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Damien Sin was a Singaporean author, poet and musician. He wrote the screenplay of the critically acclaimed film, Mee Pok Man (1995), which launched director Eric Khoo’s career. Its story was based on Sin’s short story “One Last Cold Kiss”, which appeared in Classic Singapore Horror Stories: Book 2 (1994). Khoo later dedicated his film In the Room (2015) to Sin. Sin died in 2011. He was 46.