EXCERPT FROM 'CIRCUS OF HORRORS'
"The heat was intense, no doubt about it. Things began catching fire; bits of wood and wallpaper started burning and those scary popup things every funhouse has were all beginning to burn, too.
“We’re burning!” Fred hollered, but Joe only waved him off.
“You only feel like you’re burning but you’re really not! Feel your skin.”
He felt his and his father’s too, and Joe was right. Neither of them felt hot, only warm—not even very warm.
“Amazing, isn’t it?”
The gondola began to move again. “Wait till you see this! Now this is really something!” Joe said.
At first, Fred didn’t see anything. At first. But then he spotted a beautiful looking woman, tall and slim, dressed in a figure hugging gown. She smiled and turned, holding her arms out as fashion models do. Fred was incredulous.
“That’s Alice!” Fred shook his head. Joe laughed. “Oh, that’s her alright. She looks different now, but that’s because she has to.”
Alice looked up, still smiling. She was gorgeous. Fred studied her features and saw it was really her.
She kept touching herself, smoothing her hands down her narrow waist and hips. “If this is Hell, Fred, I want more!” Her smile widened. “Ain’t I lovely?”
Gone were the great folds of fat, the doughy, dimpled mounds of flesh that made up the being known as Baby Alice. Joe hurried to her. “Let’s show him what she’s got.”
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