The Girl from the Blood Coven: Who - or what - killed them all? In this short story prelude to The Witching House, the year is 1972. Sheriff Travis Keagan is enjoying a beer at the local roadhouse when a blood-soaked girl enters the bar. Terrified and trembling, Abigail Blackwood claims her entire family was massacred at the nearby hippy commune in the woods. But when Sheriff Keagan and his deputies investigate the Blevins House, they discover there's more to Abigail's story than she's told them. Much more.
The Witching House: Some houses should be left alone. In 1972, 25 people were brutally murdered in one of the bloodiest massacres in Texas history. The mystery of who committed the killings remains unsolved. Forty years later, Sarah Donovan is dating an exciting man, Dean Stratton. Sarah's scared of just about everything - heights, tight places, the dark - but today she must confront all her fears, as she joins Dean and another couple on an exploring adventure. The old abandoned Blevins House, the scene of the gruesome massacre, is rumored to be haunted. The two couples are about to discover the mysterious house has been waiting all these years, craving fresh prey. And down in the cellar they will encounter a monstrous creature that hungers for more than just human flesh.
©2014 Brian Moreland (P)2014 Audio Realms Publishing Company
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I loved this story written by Brian Moreland. He has written a story about a haunted house, excellent story that builds suspense, with a unique spin, and a heitenened sinister climax.
The narrator, Lesley Ann Fogle did a great job with her telling of this story. She brings this story to life and makes it all seem real and real scary. My first story I've heard by this author and narrator but looking forward to more by both. Overall, a perfect 5 🌟 rating!
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