Canaanites! 0

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Send stories of child sacrifice, vampirism, cannibalism, and all manner of debauchery, all set in the ancient land of Canaan, and all necessarily ending with some kind of destruction from God (Yahweh) such as hoards of hornets, earthquakes, fire from heaven, storms, wild beasts, conquering armies (not in the least the revolted Hebrews themselves), angelic intervention, etc. (Stories would not be amiss to include origins of Canaanite depravity in pre-Flood Mesopotamia, such as tales of the Nephilim rulers, or maybe the specific heinous act of Canaan son of Ham, which was the reason for his curse.)

Country of Publication

United States



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Horror HorrorSubgenre: Historical.
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Short Story Short Story1,000 - 5,000 words.
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Last Updated: 24 Apr 2018
Date Added: 27 Jan 2014

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