The house loomed over the city like a beacon of malevolent evil. People spoke of it only in whispers. Others tried to own it, eventually coming out in a body bag. Darkness dripped from its windows, spilt blood made up the foundations of its property, and Satan seemed to have a claim on the land. Houses built along its borders nailed their windows shut so that they wouldn't have to see it. Evil resided within its ancient walls and did not care who knew it!
Manchester House was a legend - the "Mount Everest" of haunted houses.
Professor Jonathon Holzer knew he had scored the opportunity of a lifetime. With an international crew of paranormal investigators, and a mysterious "shaman" named Indrid Night, the man hoped to find some answers. There was one proviso: the city council was not aware of his venture, and the police could not help him. He would be alone.
Sometimes, when one stares into an abyss, the abyss stares back into you.
©2015 Donald Allen Kirch (P)2016 Donald Allen Kirch
but got a bit boring in the last two hours.
There's a house in town where all the previous owners have died mysterious deaths, you'd think that would put potential buyers off...nope. A parapsychology unit from the university is sent to see what it can do about getting rid of those pesky demons.
My one gripe was the English accent, for some reason American narrators seem to have real bother with it. This one sounded Australian by way of South Africa!!
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