Amelia Dyer, a Victorian Tale of Horror (part 1/5)

Please note: Amelia Dyer is part of my Horror Vault stories and is NOT suitable for younger readers. If this had been a film I would give it a 12A rating. The story contains no strong language but has occasionally some gory moments.

Proceed with caution…

Born in Bristol in 1837, She looked like an angel, sent down from heaven.  But Amelia Dyer, that cherubic child,  Grew up to be wicked, deviant, and wild!

Born in Bristol in 1837,
She looked like an angel, sent down from heaven.
But Amelia Dyer, that cherubic child,
Grew up to be wicked, deviant, and wild!

At five years old, she tortured little kittens, Hung them upside-down, and stuffed them in her mittens. Tormenting helpless creatures became her addiction –   Her story’s so grim you might think that it's fiction.

At five years old, she tortured little kittens,
Hung them upside-down, and stuffed them in her mittens.
Tormenting helpless creatures became her addiction –
Her story’s so grim you might think that it’s fiction.

Her three older brothers, William, Thomas, and James, Feared their little sister and her sadistic games. For no one was safe when Amelia was near. To hurt other people filled her with cheer.

Her three older brothers, William, Thomas, and James,
Feared their little sister and her sadistic games.
For no one was safe when Amelia was near.
To hurt other people filled her with cheer.

Amelia’s mother lived in constant panic, Fully convinced that the girl was satanic.  At home, she took care to avoid her daughter, Sure that she’d be the first one slaughtered.

Amelia’s mother lived in constant panic,
Fully convinced that the girl was satanic.
At home, she took care to avoid her daughter,
Sure that she’d be the first one slaughtered.

Read Part 2 here

Click here to read more about Amelia

 

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About G. Olivo

I love children’s picture books, Disney and Pixar animation and a lot of my illustrations tend to reflect my love for comics, cartoons and picture books.

Posted on June 4, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. ops posted that comment from my other blog. ha. Still Awesome

  2. Looking fantastic Gustavo. Unique and very clever.

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