The long awaited anthology has finally been released.

Pick up your copy at Amazon here: Ghosts

Here is the blurb:

Thirteen authors from around the world bring you fourteen dark and disturbing ghost stories. With over 64,000 words that will chill your bone and keep you up all night, this anthology brings horror to a new level.
The Seventh Step by Judi Calhoun- A boy starts seeing eyes from the seventh step of his house which leads to horror unimaginable to him.

The Hat Man by Earl Bartel- A ghostly entity called the Hat Man must perform his duty again, but who is the Hat Man?

Chinese Buttons by Aaron Smith- “Furniture is the product of the thoughts of evil men” A man’s grandmother dies and the world will never be the same again.

Already There by Jeffrey Todd- A woman still mourns the death of her husband and child but have they really left?

The Inheritance by Kay Glass- A death of a baby in 1804 and a childless couple inherits a house in 2014. The darkness of what happens will leave you speechless.

House of the Goat Monster By Jim Goforth- Kathryn’s car broke down as she was lost. A ghostly child leads her to a house where one of the darkest stories in the anthology begin. Be warned this is not for the faint of heart.

Incorporeal Beings by Jonathan Nichols- Young adults go visit the haunted Denwood Manor where the spirits take a keen interest in them.

Drains in the floor by M.J. Pack- A ghost hunter at a campus tells a young student a horrific tale with horrific implications.

The Moat by W. Whitethorn- A cottage across the moat harbors a horrific secret and something does not want people to cross the moat.

Cherry Creek by Arthur Doweyko- Minnie lives in a town in Nevada in the year 1881. A series of events occur which leads to a ghostly realization.

The Broadcast Circle by Aline Boucher Kaplan- A woman driving home on a back road realizes her gift and a mystery ensues with a spiritual encounter.

Rapid Departure by Christopher Davis- Dean departs on a late flight and a man recounts a gruesome tale.

The Goldfield Hotel by David Tyson- Two college students explore the Goldfield Hotel and discover that local stories just might be true.

The Hitchhiker by David Tyson- John drives through the small town of Goldfield, NV and picks up a strange young girl.



GHOSTS Anthology Submission Guidelines

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Who we are:

We are a upstart anthology press looking to publish stories by established and new authors via ebook. Our focus is on newer authors. We plan to have a yearly or bi-yearly anthology published with a certain theme


What we are looking for:

We are looking for stories that have a ghost or multiple ghosts in it. The stories also must have an element of horror to it as this is an anthology of horror. However, the setting can be anything you want and genre (fantasy, sci-fi, romance, true story, urban legend etc) as long as it has a ghost and there is horror or something dark. We want something unique that send shivers down someone’s spine. Adult themes and gore are accepted but please refrain from graphic sex.

The word count should be between 2000-5000 words, however if the story is really good we are pretty flexible.

We are looking for original stories and will not accept reprints of stories that you have previously had published. The Anthology as a whole may be licensed by the Anthologist to other publishers for foreign language. This permission constitutes first World-English rights, first World Electronic Rights, as well as non-exclusive world anthology rights to the story. We ask that the story not be published anywhere else until three months after the anthology has been published.

Simultaneous submissions are fine but please let us know if the story was accepted somewhere else.

If accepted you will be paid $10 via paypal and you will receive a free copy of the book. We wish we could pay more but we are starting out and hopefully will pay more in the future. You will get a page in the book to talk about yourself and plug any work, website, social media, blogs and such you want. We want the people who read the book to know who you are and get your name out there in the world.

Also if accepted, every month on our blog will feature an interview of one of the authors from the book. This will also help get your name out there.


How to submit:

Please submit your stories to with a file of your preferred word processor (.doc, .docx, .rtf etc.) in standard manuscript format. An example of the format can be found here:  Standard Manuscript Format

In the subject of the email please put the word Submission, the title of your story and your name. In the body of the email please state your name, title of the story, your address and contact info. Also please let us know of any previous work published

The deadline for submission is September 28th, 2014.


What to expect:

 We will respond in approximately 2-3 weeks. If you do not hear from us within 4 weeks feel free to query us.

Once we accept your work we will send out an agreement form detailing the rights and allowing us to publish your story.

We will ask for you to send a little author bio and any plugs you wish to have for your other work, blogs, social media etc. This will be put into the book.

You will receive a payment of $10 and a copy of the book once it has been published.

After published once a month we will spotlight one of the authors in the book with an interview of the author posted on the blog.


We look forward to reading your stories and getting them published. Good luck.


Below is the first promo for GFPRS. What is it you ask? Keep checking back to find out. You may have an idea but is it really what you are thinking? GFPRS is coming soon. Please comment on your thoughts about it and what you think it is. Like the video and subscribe to my youtube channel because more videos will be coming and reveal more. It will be a great project for Goldfield. Stay tuned…


Short Story Release

Thank you for reading here are two short stories I released on Amazon.

The Hitchhiker



John Sanders is driving on a business trip from Las Vegas to Reno, NV. He picks up a young ghostly looking female hitchhiker in the small town of Goldfield, NV. A tragic discovery is revealed through the encounter with the hitchhiker.Read this 2000 word short horror story by David Tyson set around the small town he grew up. A chilling tale in the ghost town of Goldfield, NV.
Rich Anderson had it all. A great career, a loving family and a wonderful life. This changed one day after a tragic accident caused his world to go in a different direction. Now he is the shell of the man he once was and is always working late until one night his past catches up to him and someone starts stalking him.Read the 6000 word short horror-thriller story by David Tyson. A tale that could happen anywhere to anyone. A tale where your past can come back to haunt you. A tale to chill your bone.

The Ring Movie Good Luck Legend

I was told this by a friend at work a couple of days ago. I decided to put this on my blog because I always like a good old urban legend or something paranormal. Who knows this might bring something good into your life or it is just an urban legend. Let me know if you tried it and something good did happen in your life. Give me your comments below if it worked or didn’t and if you know any other good urban legends. 

Here is what my friend told me and others in which he stated that because of this urban legend he was able to have his wish and desires happen within one week. On the 7th day, he met the girl of his dreams and also made a business deal that netted him a large profit. This happened seven days after he did the steps of which I will detail below. 

How many people hear remember the movie The Ring? If you don’t remember the movie you can read about it on here. Well the premise of The Ring is that someone views a videotape and a bizarre video plays and you will die in seven days after viewing it. The movie is a pretty basic premise that was a hit during the Japanese horror remake era of filmmaking. Yes The Ring is a remake of a Japanese horror film which you can read about here.   

Here is the urban legend: both the Japanese version of The Ring and the American version’s videos that play are infused with some mystic power that if you follow the following steps you will be blessed with positive energy and on the 7th day you will have all or your desires and wishes come true. So I guess instead of dying in seven days watching both videos will cause you to have a great day. I tried it yesterday so I have a few more days to find out if it works but give it a shot and let me know what happens with you. Here are the steps: 

1.       This must be done after 9:30pm and before 11pm.

2.       All lights must be turned off in the room you are in and try to make the room as dark as possible besides the mechanism you are using to play the videos.

3.       You must be alone in the room with no distractions.

4.       You need to turn your speakers up pretty loud.

5.       Watch the American The Ring video below (first video).

6.       After the video has completed turn completely around and stare at a dark place for 30 seconds.

7.       Turn back around and watch the Japanese version of The Ring video below (second video).

8.       After the video has completed turn completely around and stare at a dark place for 60 seconds.

9.       Turn off your computer or TV that you are watching the videos and sit in the dark for 90 seconds.

10.   After the 90 seconds you may continue on with your night as usual. When you go to sleep you should have a normal dream but in the dream an image of two red rose and three sunflowers will stick out in your mind which will indicate that the mystic energy from the videos is in you and that you will not have all your wishes and desires happen seven days later.