Pork: A Free Flash Fiction

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“It seemed like a good plan at the time,” Mark whispered.
Julia glared at him. “Shut. Up.” She went back to staring through the cracks in the wood door.
Bleats and squeals mixed with the pounding of hooves.
“I mean,” Mark continued, “I had no idea they were so big.”
Julia pointed her gun at him. “Be. Quiet.”
The sounds on the other side of the door grew louder. The wet smack of teeth in rending flesh. The screams of dying pigs. The zombie’s moans.
“Just” – Mark’s voice quaked – “maybe we should have hid in the brick shed.”
Based around Laurence Simon’s weekly challenge for the 100 word-stories podcast. The player above should have the audio for this week; if it doesn’t, you can find the audio here to download.
I am updating these in a podcast feed (dubbed “Radio Free Steven the Nuclear Man” by Laurence). You can subscribe with this link (https://feeds.feedburner.com/Ideatrash) in your podcatcher or phone. You can also read and hear the rest of the entries at the 100 Word Stories podcast site.

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