Paper Doll Hyperplane
A math professor discovers the key to creating a functional number which will unify reality. However, he must kill nine women to prove his theory. The consequences of his experiment are profound.
From the Publisher
"What happens when we make monsters? What happens when we make monsters of ourselves? Grotesque beings lurch from our darkest dreams. Vicious beasts stalk our twisted pasts. Lost souls haunt our deepest regrets. They are the blood on our hands. They are the obsessions in our heads. They are the vengeance in our hearts. They are Miscreations: Gods, Monstrosities & Other Horrors.
Edited by Bram Stoker Award-winning editors Doug Murano and Michael Bailey. Featuring a foreword by Alma Katsu, and illustrations throughout by HagCult."
"Paper Doll Hyperplane by R. B. Payne - the most chilling academic paper I’ve ever read. Complete with citations!"
From Cemetery Dance (Reviewed by Sadie “Mother Horror” Hartmann)
“Paper Doll Hyperplane” by R. B. Payne. Who is R. B. Payne? I don’t know but I assure you that after reading his story about a mathematician turned serial killer, I’ll be on the hunt for more of his work. Truly a standout."