Valley of Death, Zombie Trailer Park

Valley of Death, Zombie Trailer Park

William Bebb

Horror / Zombies

Just a few miles outside of Albuquerque New Mexico there's something horribly wrong in a remote valley. To their eternal regret some people have mistaken the screams echoing in the hills as coyotes singing to the moon.Just a few miles outside of Albuquerque New Mexico there's something horribly wrong in a remote valley. To their eternal regret some people have mistaken the screams echoing in the hills as coyotes singing to the moon. When Josey drives his truck down into the valley he quickly learns the horrifying truth. It's not coyotes howling- it's men or what used to be men. Josey discovers that the valley is home to the depraved, the noble, the damned, the innocent, the beautiful, and of course the walking dead. When the least dangerous thing you encounter is an angry rattlesnake you know you've made a wrong turn in Albuquerque.The story is over 110,000 words in length. It's eighteen chapters of adventure, excitement, horror, and thoughtful humor.What kind of zombies are they? There has been an interesting but ultimately pointless debate going on for years about what constitutes a zombie. Is it a dead person who walks around causing mayhem? Or is it someone who is violently insane and seeks only to kill and destroy? Why not both? Nestled in a remote valley, the residents of The Albuquerque Springs Trailer Park have lived out there lives nearly forgotten by the rest of the world. The trailer park is home to dozens of illegal immigrants, a hermit who has turned his back on society, a veteran of World War 2, a grumpy old woman, a family of Meth cookers known to local police officials as the Redneck Gourmets, and a beautiful young woman, are just a few.Life was peaceful, quiet, and boring until a deadly industrial accident killed Juan, one of the illegal immigrants. His friends and neighbors promised to dispose of the victim's body. Unfortunately, he came back and disposed of them- one mouthwatering bite at a time.William Robert Bebb: Who is he? Born in southern California in the 1960’s, William Bebb is a man of many talents. In the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, he earned scholarships for Forensic Speaking at two universities. William was also Editor of a University of Alabama at Birmingham newspaper from 1989 to 1991. Also, he won numerous awards for extemporaneous and other speeches at intercollegiate competitions across the country.After graduating with a degree in Communication Arts & Broadcasting from The University of Alabama at Birmingham in 1993, he worked in the exciting world of Academia till 1996. Recognized as an invaluable asset, William was recruited to a worldwide television network- where he has prepared programming for millions of people since 1997.
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The Tiniest Invaders, Book One Coexistence

The Tiniest Invaders, Book One Coexistence

William Bebb

Horror / Zombies

Through countless eons, Earth has been visited by a plethora of different alien races. For most, they came for the same reason man still peers into the night sky- curiosity. They came, they saw, they took snapshots, some even picked up a few biological specimens as souvenirs and went home. Only one race of aliens liked Earth enough to stay, until now.A typical, quiet (boring) evening is significantly enlivened when a man is confronted with something very unexpected in his bathroom. When a very small vehicle, camouflaged to appear as a humble roach, operated by a race of extremely tiny invaders makes first contact the question isn't do they come in peace but will they leave in pieces?The Tiniest Invaders is over 110,000 words in length which comes out to approximately 284 pages in length.The story explores what happens when Earth is invaded by aliens so tiny that humans don't even know it happened. The aliens like Earth. Well, most of the things they like. The only problem they are facing is deciding whether to remove the idiotic humans or try to find a way to coexist with them.
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Zombies & Other Unpleasant Things

Zombies & Other Unpleasant Things

William Bebb

Horror / Zombies

This is a collection of short, and some not so short, stories that involve the undead as well as a wide variety of very unpleasant things.This is a collection of short, and some not so short, stories that involve the undead as well as a wide variety of very unpleasant things.Some of the unpleasant things include mentally deranged psychotic clowns, someone being pushed from a very tall building, a giant six foot tall fluffy pink talking bunny that a man discovers in his kitchen at 2:47 in the morning, an elderly deranged man who believes he's a ninja, a vacation near Albuquerque that ends very tragically, and many other things.Southwestern Road Trip picks up immediately after the events portrayed in Valley of Death- Zombie Trailer Park. It features appearances by Deputy Bo Autry, Sheriff Guiteriz and finally explains what became of Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer Keith Dudley. This story marks a major change for me, in that the reader get to decide how it ends; Horribly or Very horribly.The Fall of Bayonne is actually more of a novella than a short story and chronicles the events that led to an undead outbreak that occurred during a prison revolt. My personal favorite scene is when the execution of a very bad man goes about as wrong as possible and it turns out being dead doesn't mean much.Waking at 2:47AM does not involve zombies, but is filled with many unpleasant things. A father discovers nightmares are more than they seem, and sometimes they do come true.Chef's Surprise may seem like just another murder case, but when it ends with undead and psychotic clowns it's anything but ordinary.Disgusting Campfire Tales was written principally for those critics and reviewers that have complained my stories are too gross and disgusting. (which they are)Fortunate Cookie takes a peek at an unloved girl who discovers the end doesn't mean that everything is over.
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Valley of Death & Zombies

Valley of Death & Zombies

William Bebb

Horror / Zombies

Just a few miles outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico, there's something horribly wrong in a remote valley. To their eternal regret some people have mistaken the screams, echoing in the hills, as the coyotes singing to the moon. When Josey drives his truck down into the valley, he quickly learns the horrifying truth, the dead are walking.
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