Ghoulish Flash Fiction A to Z: Khalkotauroi (Greek)

Copyright - Sandra Crook

Copyright – Sandra Crook

Medea was the bad girl all the other girls secretly wanted to be like and all the boys wanted to be with. She rode a custom bronzed Taurus motorcycle that reportedly spit fire out the tailpipes. Gossip had it that Jason got her pregnant last summer, but took care of it at an Athen’s clinic. It was all speculation I wasn’t likely to believe, until she parked on my mom’s bed and breakfast’s porch and demanded I take a ride with her. She didn’t say where, but knew better than to disagree with the darkness I saw in her eyes.






——100 words—–

Today’s haunting is inspired by the Khalkotauroi, bronzed mouthed and hoofed bulls from the tale of f Jason and the Golden Fleece.

It’s also time for Friday Fictioneers. Where every friday bloggers from around the world gather to share their 100-word stories based on the photo prompt hosted by Rochelle Wisoff. For more Friday Fictioneer Stories…


One thought on “Ghoulish Flash Fiction A to Z: Khalkotauroi (Greek)

  1. Liz Brownlee says:

    Great, beautifully written, i enjoyed this!

    Good luck with the rest of the A-Z! I’m doing animal poems and facts and often a drawing as well, I like to make things hard for myself.


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