You have to love an author that takes the whole family fun, wholesome image of Disney World and twists it into something spooky and malevolent...this book is spooky alchemy at its finest. --Peter D. Schwotzer, Famous Monsters of Filmland
I finished this book over 5 days ago, yet her dead animal story, "Skeletons in the Swimmin' Hole," is still with me. Now that's a good storyteller! --Nicole Henke, Bless Their Hearts Mom
From the Inside Flap
Casey's brother had died while clutching a Magic Kingdom ticket.
Casey kept the ticket under a refrigerator magnet so he'd see it every night before he went to his job as a monorail pilot; Saturday, though, he notices it's missing.
At work, he locks up the monorail fleet for the evening and starts hurrying to his car, only to stop when he hears the whoosh of a train on a nearby beam.
"I know I secured them," he says on a call to his supervisor. "Should I go back and investigate? Someone could be joyriding."
"No one told you?" his boss replied. "We have special hours for guests who held non-expiring tickets at death."