Short Story

Evolution of Souls by Mark Tulin—Terror House Magazine

In the short story “Evolution of Souls,” Mark Tulin tells the tale of a man who is overwhelmed by his visit to the National Holocaust Museum.
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Author, poet, short story writer from Santa Barbara, California. I write about a variety of topics, from my early childhood in Philadelphia, to my years as a family therapist, and finally to my soul-searching present in California. These are narratives that may have a humorous or serious content or both. Either way, I hope my poetry and stories resonate with you.

12 comments on “Evolution of Souls by Mark Tulin—Terror House Magazine

  1. Powerful, powerful!! I had a similar response after spending more than two hours in the Resistance Museum in Oslo, Norway, nearly 20 years ago. Shared souls. Shared horror. Shared restoration. Thank you.

    • I’m glad it resonated with you, Martha. I’m still exploring my past lives. I’m glad my wife is a medium and there to help.

  2. One of the most powerful, profound, and beautiful things I have ever read. I think this is your finest Mark, of what I have read.

  3. A very moving evolution. I particularly appreciated the daughter’s role in the story.

  4. Yes, I am deeply affected by this, as well.

  5. What a moving experience to read about! I can almost imagine how he felt. I always feel moved when I read “The Diary of Anne Frank” or watch the movie that was made from it or read the other material that has come out. I relate to her as your character related to “Daniel”. I want to visit, but my prayer is that everyone who does remembers the horror to prevent it from happening again. Thanks again, Mark!

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