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- Print Length: 336 pages
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- Publisher: Sirens Call Publications; First edition (September 25, 2013)
- Publication Date: September 25, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00FFNNTLE
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Eternal Asylum – Sarah Cass An excellent piece packed with imagery and a real feel for the awful treatments of the past is very well written.
Screams by Alex Chase is excellent, packed with imagery and has a real feel for the awful treatments of the past and especially well written. This book is worth a read if you aren't squeamish and like horror. Pat McDonald
Where the Dead Have Gone
This short story really gives you the creeps. It conjurs up all the feelings that you would have if you stumbled into one of the old shut down asylums and what may happen if you wandered into one. Three teenagers, break into the old McCane Therapeutic Sanitarium to try to get some real evidence of it being haunted, and to get some “cool votes” in school. They definitely got some evidence, cool votes? Maybe, maybe not. I’ll let you decide.
In a short amount of space, the author weaves a story that most of us have probably thought of at one point or another about old haunted asylums and what happened in them. The creepy fear is real, as you read, and the ending has a great twist. Well done. Perfect story to keep you out of those creepy, abandoned places. Definitely won’t catch me in one.