The small town of Lakeshore was always quiet until the tourist season hit in the winter. That was the only reason for media attention...until now. Ten-year-old Katie Elkton was a sweet child, in spite of the mental and physical abuse she suffered at the hands of her father. One fateful day, Katie was found dead at the bottom of the stairs in the basement with almost all of her bones broken. Her parents disappeared. Some said accident. Some cried foul play.
Years later, a young woman with problems of her own buys the Elkton house. She moves in with her eight-year-old son Bentley, who suffers from severe allergies and asthma. It appears that Bentley has made a new friend. Katie has come back home...and she wants to play....
The story was weak and the narrator was not good . I'm sat through it on principle but it was tough to get through.
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Would you listen to The Lakeshore Evil again? Why?
Yes, it was deliciously scary. And the narrator had a perfect voice - baritone and a little gravely.
What did you like best about this story?
It reminded me of the original Amityville Horror I read when I was a kid - which scared the crap out of me.
Have you listened to any of Bill Johnston’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I have not.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
No, I like the suspense building over time.
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