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October 13, 1518; Somerset, England: Eight women are accused of witchcraft and heresy. Using the Malleus Maleficarum, Magistrate Peter Haystead and Father Samuel seek their own brand of justice against the women. This religious fanaticism is plenteous for torture and condemnation of such women, though it is the action of the leaders that creates the very witchcraft that they condemn. Their creation, Abigail Woodhall, thirsts for the blood of all bearing descent from the magistrate and claims minions for this bidding, bringing about the roots of the witchcraft of Salem, Massachusetts nearly two centuries later.
What would you do if your great-great-grandfather wanted your body… so that he could make his “beloved” live again? Everyone thinks that Julia has gone insane, “just like her father.” Unable to convince anyone, she takes matters into her own hands to stop the evil plans of the revenants haunting and taking over her life, before they can resurrect their spirits into bodies and wreak havoc on the world.
I was going to wait until the book that this story is to be a part of was to be released, but it’s taking too long, so I released it on my own on Amazon. It will still be available in the upcoming Ashtrays to Jawbreakers book.
The Robsons, Vernon and Michelle, think that getting their new home is the best thing that could have ever happened to them; however, they soon learn that there is much more to its old-fashioned charm, much more lurking beneath its floorboards and in its shadows. The house is a gateway, a keep of souls, those within it waiting for their opportunity to once more find vessels to inhabit. Will Vernon sacrifice himself to save his family? Will his son forever remain the key to it all?