Mississippi, 1964. John Turner, a young black man canvassing for votes in the Delta is pulled over by local police on a rural dusty road. After carrying out what they believed was their duty, the Klansmen felt they'd gotten away with what they did to John. But they didn't know the powers residing in those dark Delta woods.
"Very Intense (RACISM)"
Rebecca Moss never questioned the purchase of the strange, seductive armchair. She wanted to please Frank. But the armchair has a dark purpose. Nazi officer Major Eric Schröder believed fervently in Hitler's vision of purity. Now the chair has passed to Frank, an abusive thug who has his own twisted understanding of patriotism. There are those who want to destroy the armchair, to end its curse. But can the armchair be stopped before it completes its work?
The Cooks didn't care much for the cats swarming in from the abandoned sections of used-up coal refineries, invading their little slice of paradise with multitudes of nightmarish felines with strange glowing green eyes. What do these strays want? And why won't they go away? The Cooks will learn that some cats just want to watch the world burn.
Whit had done everything right, but when the world seems against you, can good boys stay good? Whit never drank in excess, never said a bad word to anyone, did his taxes, even called his mom on Sundays, never even had a tattoo...until one night, the night a malicious clown turned everything upside down.