The Christmas Eve Haunting Has Been Released!

The Christmas Eve Haunting Has Been Released!

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A portion of Wharton State Forest in New Jersey was sold off back in the 1950’s and became a quasi-private retreat. In the late 1950’s, Charles Ridgemont struck a deal with the state to acquire a portion of the park for his own personal development. He made his money in a variety of endeavors, which were highly suspected of being tied to organized crime. He built cabins in and around Atsion Lake for use by his family and close associates. Many knew of the place, often referred to in the day as Ridgemont Acres. It was advised for those in the know to not venture too close.

One day, however, Ridgemont and all close to him just “disappeared” as the FBI reported. The property sat vacant until a distant relative, Richard Bellingham, was found to whom the property was gifted in Ridgemont’s will. Bellingham brought the place back to respectability and soon the place was open to all as a rental opportunity.

All was well after this for Bellingham. He recovered from his financial setback and had few worries. That was until he sold the last lot to Benjamin Jinks. Jinks was a respected man, but in the mid-1970’s, when Bellingham made his annual spring inspection of the development, he found that Jinks had, apparently over the Christmas holidays, committed a triple murder/suicide. For Bellingham, the responsibility he felt was overwhelming and he soon took his own life. Between the Jinks massacre and Bellingham’s suicide, owners began to report seeing and hearing inexplicable things close to the cabin where the murders occurred.

The Atsion Lake resort again sat nearly vacant until Larry Peters, a real estate speculator, who had zero belief in all the stories that swirled around the place, bought everything and made it once again a desirable destination. The former owners were happy to unload their cabins to Peters and he turned the entire resort back to an all rental operation. From that point forward, there seemed to be no further talk of anything supernatural.

In present day, Yolanda Jacobs, from inner-city Philadelphia and Lily Rendell, from the affluent suburbs of Long Island landed at Rutgers University in Camden and were thrown together as roommates as they began their college careers. Not only were their backgrounds vastly disparate, but their academic pursuits could not have been more at odds either. However, none of that mattered as the two quickly become inseparable friends.

When the Christmas holidays came around, Lily asked Yolanda to join her at her family’s cabin, a recurrent long-term rental at Atsion Lakes in Wharton State Forest. Yolanda, the city girl, had never ventured into the outdoors as was offered by Lily and she took her up on her offer.

They had planned on a few days out at the cabin for Christmas, with perhaps the possibility of staying on through New Year’s. As they reached the cabin, a snowstorm blew in, but Yolanda was sure Lily could handle everything and despite some minor concerns, she soon relaxed. After arriving at the cabin late on December 23rd, the girls got up early the next day to go out and let Yolanda get a first taste of being in the woods and preparing for their Christmas Eve dinner celebration.

However, as the day went on, another storm blew in and despite her vast knowledge of the area, Lily soon became disoriented in the weather and they became lost. Lily finally spied an old dilapidated cabin in a clearing that they ran into for refuge from the storm. It seemed safe at first, but soon unexplainable haunted events arose.

As the incidents continued, Lily and Yolanda fled the cabin as it shook and trembled, dashing out into the raging storm having no idea where they were or where they were going. As they ran, they encountered a lone man on a trail. They called for his help fearing for their lives from whatever was going on back at the cabin. Is this man their savior or someone that could destroy not only their friendship but end their lives as well?

The Haunting of Harmony House Has Been Released!

The Haunting of Harmony House Has Been Released!

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Ah…the search for hotbeds of paranormal activity and haunted houses…what comes to mind? New Orleans…sure! Maybe New England? Possibly…or for those abroad, who can deny that the United Kingdom is not rife with legend after legend of castles, pubs, and ordinary residences that come supplied with ghosts aplenty? But Virginia? Don’t laugh so loud…though the United States is relatively young as a country relative to many other parts of the world, that does not mean parts of the original American colonies should not be in contention as well. Even though the Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts in 1620, the colony of new settlers in Jamestown, VA was already thirteen years old by then. In all that time, there was massive death, murder, and other assorted mayhem, all of which makes for lots of opportunities for hauntings.

This is evident in many historical texts focusing on the Virginia settlements, most notably that of Ferry Plantation House and Grace White Sherwood, known as the “Witch of Pungo” near Virginia Beach in the 1700’s. A lesser known phenomenon of a haunted house is that of Harmony House in nearby Suffolk. Harmony House was built in the mid to late 1800’s by Sampson Cross for his new bride, Harmony Adams. However, soon after moving his new bride into the new home, tragedy struck as Harmony died from “consumption” throwing Sampson into a debilitating depression causing him to take his own life.

Following this sad turn of events, several other occupants took up residence in Harmony House, including the notorious murderer, Lane Horn, who slaughtered his wife and three children there. One after another of new residents all seemed to be taken over by something that resided in Harmony House as well. Something that was not visible to the human eye, but very viable all the same. Soon the legend of Harmony House spread and no one in town would even go near the place. That was until the advent of the Cold War with the former Soviet Union blossomed and housing was needed for the rush of transplants looking for defense work.

Even so, no one could be enticed to live at Harmony House. However, an ambitious local realtor, Marilyn Krieger, hot off a great number of successes at her firm took on the property, sure she could do what no one else had ever done: sell Harmony House. Initially, she had the same roadblocks as everyone else. But then along came Arianne Walker and Jack Sawyer. Arianne and Jack were local kids from Suffolk and were well-versed on the legends and tales associated with Harmony House. But it was just those stories and rumors of the place that spurred them on. Arianne and Jack are set on going into the ghost hunting business, and Harmony House seems like just the test ground they need to make a name for themselves.

Marilyn reluctantly took their offer for the house, and the young couple set off in their new home to set themselves up as the premier ghost hunter service in the area, “The Harmony House Ghost Hunters”. Arianne is a firm believer in the field, and though Jack is highly supportive, he, unlike Arianne has never even seen a ghost. After making the place marginally livable, the couple begins their work to establish the business. However, on their first night there, what Arianne has conjured up is way more malevolent than anything she has ever encountered before, and she soon feels over her head as Jack suddenly vanishes during their initial session.

Has Arianne gone too far? Has her hubris and overconfidence in her abilities put Jack in real danger or maybe even worse? Can she save him and protect herself from an entity that Arianne thinks she may have glimpsed earlier in a reflection in a mirror? You’ll have to read it all to find out for sure…

The Haunting of Drummond-Evans Mansion Has Been Released!

The Haunting of Drummond-Evans Mansion Has Been Released!

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Herbert von Kraken, in his warped mind, sought to combine the two avocations of medicine and the black arts and ventured to the von Kraken Mansion very intent on dedicating his research interests to gaining control over life and death. In the process of his research, he accidentally poisoned his brother Michael in an attempt to prolong his brother’s life following a prolonged illness. As time went by, Herbert fell deeper and deeper into madness before authorities discovered him living in the cellar of the mansion, the rotting corpse of his brother, Michael, in one corner while he sat and addressed the family housecat, Spangles, as if it was in fact, Michael.

The old von Kraken Mansion stood empty for years until a Mr. Richard Drummond-Evans came to assume the property with the intent of offering it as a guest house and tourist attraction for the paranormal curious crowd. However, eventually, too many inexplicable events began to drive more and more people away, including Drummond-Evans who is said to have fled the premises in the middle of the night, fearing for his life. Again, the once stately mansion fell into disrepair and neglect and only the most intrepid adventurers came calling. Which brings us to life at the mansion in this century.

Three young students enrolled at Troy University in the fall of 2016. A woman, Sally Joseph was a local from Savannah, Trent Ryder hailed from south Boston, and Josh Peterson from rural Indiana. The three were strangers upon arrival but soon developed a tight friendship. Josh had a romantic interest in Sally, but was simply too shy and lacking on self-confidence to pursue anything more than a friendship with her. However, once he introduced Sally to his buddy, Trent, sparks flew and they were soon a couple. Josh was somewhat disappointed at how things had unfolded but stayed close friends with both. As Halloween approached that semester, Josh wanted to do something special for Sally and knowing her passion for all things paranormal, he came upon the Drummond-Evans, formerly known as the von Kraken Mansion, and suggested the three of them poke around the old place on Halloween night with the hopes of having Sally see and/or hear some ghosts.

When they arrived, the mansion appeared to be just one of many old, rundown, crumbling estates that could be found all around the region. In fact, even after they had explored around for the entire evening, the only unusual finding was this skinny, somewhat emaciated black cat that startled the trio when it toppled a candlestick holder in the cellar. Sally felt sorry for the poor thing and scooped him up to give him a better home. However, no sooner than they had left the mansion with Sally’s new pet cat, then the seemingly benign mansion began to turn on them…or at least that is how Josh felt.

As they drove away from the mansion, their car goes dead and then all manner of nightmarish events befell them. Has removing the cat from the mansion unleashed the revenge that Herbert von Kraken promised on his deathbed? Or is Josh seeing more than is really there as the skeptical Trent bushes it all off as nothing? When things turn more lethal, can Josh convince Trent that the legend may, in fact, be real despite his high degree of agnosticism toward the paranormal? Or would simply returning the cat to the mansion reverse the curse of Herbert’s legend and put all things back as they were? Read along now and see if Sally, Trent, and Josh can figure it all out before it is too late…

The Haunting of Ashley Mansion Has Been Released!

The Haunting of Ashley Mansion Has Been Released!

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Where in the United States will you find a greater concentration of and a more vivid assortment of haunted dwellings than in New Orleans? Oh…perhaps due to local pride or some an overreaching Chamber of Commerce marketing representative trying to draw in more tourist traffic and dollars in New England, there might be a vote or two. But an unbiased and purely subjective survey will inevitably return to the macabre deep south of The Big Easy. Most of the places in this area have colorful and intricate historical backgrounds reaching even as far back as the 17th century. But have you ever heard the one about The Ashley Mansion? I thought not. The Ashley Mansion is a relatively young haunting, dating only from the 1970’s and it often gets overshadowed by much more famous locales such as the Lalaurie House in the French Quarter to name one you may have heard of.

In the 1960’s, a young couple, Bryan and Ellen Ashley came back home to New Orleans following college to begin a family and they stumbled upon a rare open patch of ground in the 7th Ward that they built a classic 2-story brick home on. As a joke, and poke fun at some of their pretentious neighbors, they laughingly christened the house Ashley Mansion, despite its rather modest appearance. All was well for years, even as they had their first child, Brandon, but when Bryan was murdered by a disgruntled former client, all that changed. Ellen fell into a downward spiral of alcoholism and drug abuse, eventually turning her anger and depression outward on young Brandon, beating him mercilessly when she was under the influence.

Eventually, after no one in town would believe the young boy, he murdered his mother to stop the abuse, only to take his own life in a cloud of confusion, guilt, and rage. Authorities wrote off the incident to the child’s PTSD, and the house went unoccupied for years. No one anywhere within miles wanted anything to do with a place that had the dark cloud hanging over it that the Ashley House did. At least, that is, until Dr. Myranda Black, fresh off her internship and residency in Arizona came to town to work at The Tulane Medical Center’s new cancer clinic. Myranda had a bustling professional life but was still reeling personally as she had discovered she could not have children, a long-time dream for her.

Myranda arrived in town accompanied by her beloved Labrador retrievers, Blondie and Scout, both adopted from a shelter in Arizona as well as her cat, Violet, who was left on her doorstep by a neighbor in Chandler. The local realtor in New Orleans listing the Ashley Mansion purposely withheld the backstory of the place from Myranda when the good doctor was thrilled with it. She was just glad to get the albatross of a listing off her hands. Myranda is not much of a believer in anything supernatural or otherworldly, relying on her scientific and medical training to answer any oddities that cross her path.

But soon, it is apparent something in Ashley House is not quite right…things are happening to Myranda that her education and training are not able to solve. Inexplicable screeching and crashing sounds from inside…the feeling of hands on her when no one is around…a crying child that seems invisible. Not only is it freaking out Myranda, but even Blondie and Scout are not themselves. Myranda begins to question her sanity as she cannot explain it all. Does the house have malevolent spirits as housemates she would prefer to not have? Or is it simply the atmosphere and aura of old New Orleans that is getting to Myranda and making her imagination run wild? Perhaps someone is trying to drive her mad…Take a read and find out for yourself as Myranda Black gets a good taste of life in Cajun Country.

The Haunting of Glass Mansion Has Been Released!

The Haunting of Glass Mansion Has Been Released!

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Rhiannon Martel and Kristen Layton are two average university students struggling to make ends meet in Carmarthen, Wales. Unlike many of their friends from back home in Cardiff, they wanted to distance themselves from their old environs and get a real taste of true independence, both financially and emotionally. For a long time, all had gone well for the congenial pair, who had been close personal friends since they were very young. But just recently, a snag in their financial aid had arisen putting them in dire straits, monetarily. They were behind in their rent to their overbearing landlady, Mrs. Langdon, whom they shared the lower level of a duplex with and were facing a potential eviction if they could not settle their debts with her.

Knowing it would possibly be months before their financial aid problems could be resolved and they would be able to work full-time during the summer, Rhiannon answered an advertisement that had been posted in a local coffee shop in Carmarthen that seemed to be the answer to all their money woes. It was a simple two-week gig to look after the old Glass Mansion on the far outskirts of the village. The pay would fully cover what they owed Mrs. Langdon and despite Kristen’s concerns, Rhiannon was thrilled and was hired immediately by Gladys Glass, the current resident of the mansion, along with her husband, Henry.

Kristen’s concerns were not entirely unfounded. The Glass Mansion was the oldest and largest structure around the Carmarthen area, but it also carried a very dark and sinister past. The Glass Mansion had been built generations ago and passed down through time to a long lineage of Glass heirs. The legend of the mansion was well-known among the local residents and was trotted out regularly around Halloween. As the story goes, Henry’s great-great-great-great grandfather, who had built the mansion, had a son, Edmund who had a horrific accident as a young boy. It left him hideously disfigured which made him a prime target for a variety of tormentors in town. An adolescent prank then went badly and Edmund was decapitated. In the years since, Edmund’s ghost is reputed to have kept residence in the mansion, arising every five years to take his revenge on a local in Carmarthen.

Both Rhiannon and Kristen are well aware of the legend, but the overriding need for money makes Rhiannon brush off all the talk in the village as nonsense. She does not buy into anything supernatural, but Kristen, on the other hand, is a firm believer in such things. Knowing they have no other real options, Kristen finally accedes to Rhiannon’s proposal to accept the job and they set off together with Kristen’s new boyfriend, Drew Andreas, to take care of the mansion while Henry and Gladys are away on holiday. They have plans to spend the first night there hanging out and watching horror movies…as Rhiannon told the couple, “what could be cooler than horror movies in a touted haunted house?”

However, early into their stay, things begin to occur in the Glass Mansion that seem to indicate that perhaps all the old stories and legends surrounding the Glass clan and the mansion could have some merit after all. Are all the inexplicable noises signs of the ghost of Edmund Glass or is staying in a supposedly haunted house making imaginations run wild? Can Kristen and Drew convince the stubbornly skeptical Rhiannon that something is awry in the old place before it is too late? Come along with our trio as they enter the world of the Glass Mansion and the fabled Headless Horseman where reality and the supernatural seem to be on a collision course with dangerous consequences for all.

The Haunting of Cleeman House Has Been Released!

The Haunting of Cleeman House Has Been Released!

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Back in the 17th century, the cholera epidemic tore through the United Kingdom ravaging the countryside like a wildfire. No town or village or hamlet seemed immune as the poor health and sanitation conditions of the day were a rich breeding ground for the causative bacterium. Larger cities finally saw the connection and had the financial resources to deal with it, but smaller outlying villages were not so fortunate. Such was the case with the small hamlet of Poolewe, that sits between the lochs of Ewe and Maree in northern Scotland. A young girl, Helen, found herself suddenly orphaned after both her parents were killed by the pandemic of 1832.

Helen was shuttled off to a faltering foster home in Poolewe, The Cleeman House, and soon found herself at the hands of a trio of despicable young girls that forced young Helen into a decision that eventually led to her suicide. Generations went by, and Cleeman House was refurbished and repurposed over and over until it became a modern set of modern flats in 2005. Despite the variety of uses that Cleeman House had been, the one constant that remained was the legend that the young girl, Helen, still haunted the building.

Nadia Ralston had been living an idyllic life in Glasgow with her barrister husband, Richard until she discovered he had been having a series of affairs all over Glasgow for years. Nadia left Glasgow with her two young children, Sophie and Jack and came to Poolewe looking for a fresh start running a new branch of her company’s firm based in Glasgow. After much searching, Nadia finally found the perfect space for them on the top floor of the Cleeman House and they settled in quickly.

However, Nadia soon began to sense that something was amiss in their new expansive flat atop the old building. She could not put her finger on it exactly, but it was like someone was watching them. Soon, her daughter Sophie, a normally cheerful and outgoing child began to lash out at her fellow classmates with no apparent provocation. And her young son, Jack is plagued by sights and sounds that only he seems to be able to detect. Nadia’s part-time nanny, Tania Reddick, is trying to help her figure all of this out, but there seems to be no rational explanation for the oddities.

When Sophie invents an imaginary friend, who she insists lives within their walls, Nadia begins to question everything. Are her kids suffering from separate forms of mental illness? Or is something more insidious going on at Cleeman House than she knows of? Tania has mentioned the old legend of Cleeman House to Nadia as a goof, but the longer the pall of the place hangs over Nadia, the more she begins to suspect a supernatural explanation. Is the spirit of Helen at play or is Nadia letting her imagination run wild to find an answer? Come along as Nadia struggles to keep her family safe and with Tania’s help, figure out what is real and what is just imagination.

The Haunting of Yellow Sulphur Springs – The Butcher’s Surprise Has Been Released!

The Haunting of Yellow Sulphur Springs – The Butcher’s Surprise Has Been Released!

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The old establishment known as The Virginia Meat Emporium still stands at the corner of Spruce and Larchmont in Yellow Sulfur, Virginia where it has been a landmark building for as long as anyone in the small town just south of Blacksburg can recall. For generations, the locally-renown butchery had been a favorite of everyone. Larry Evans was the last of the Evans clan to run the small outlet, having taken over from his uncle in the 1960’s when the old man encountered health problems that would no longer allow him to see to it on a day-to-day basis. Larry brought the business to new heights of success once he took the helm, but as was later discovered, Larry had a very dark side that came to light only after his suicide as police were about to arrest him.

Years went by, and as the truth and a variety of outlandish rumors and assorted innuendo of what might have and might not have gone on behind the doors of the shop emerged, the site became nothing more than a draw for the curious. You see, it seems that Larry had a bit of a homicidal issue and following his death, it became a legend among the locals that perhaps Larry had been serving something a little more on the exotic side at his store that went beyond beef, pork, and chicken. It was just talk, but soon enough it became accepted as the truth and The Virginia Meat Emporium was a tourist destination.

No locals would venture close due to the tall tales as well as the strange sights and sounds that were often reported coming from the shuttered and dilapidated building. The decades went by, and the stories faded unless you were a long-time resident of Yellow Sulfur. Then in 2005, two young undergraduate students from Virginia Tech, Josh Jackson, and Kylie White ventured into Yellow Sulfur for the summer. Neither had any desire to go back home for the summer, and they were wanting to try their hand at independence from their parents for the summer season. A recent trip to Yellow Sulfur convinced them it was perfect. Yellow Sulfur is typical of most small American towns, and therefore the employment opportunities are few and far between, other than at the Yellow Sulfur Springs Resort, just outside of town.

However, soon after they arrived, Josh discovered a posting at the old butcher’s shop for a paid apprenticeship and he applied immediately, finding the owner a bit odd, but knew it would meld in nicely with his study of animal sciences back in Blacksburg. What neither Josh nor Kylie is aware of, however, is that the owner who posted the advertisement at the shop was Larry Evans. The same Larry Evans who has been dead for over thirty years. When Josh does not return home after the first day of his apprenticeship, Kylie goes looking for him.

What she stumbles into, though, is far beyond anything she could ever imagine. How is it a man who ended his own life in the 1960’s is still around to take on an apprentice? Come along with Kylie as she steps over a dangerous threshold that will challenge her very belief system as she tries to unravel what has become of Josh. Will she arrive in time to figure it all out or will she just be fortunate enough to escape with her own skin in the end?

Haunted House Fear: 12 Book Haunted House Box Set Has Been Released!

Haunted House Fear: 12 Book Haunted House Box Set Has Been Released!

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Grab all twelve haunted house stories for one low price! You get all 12 complete stories in the Haunted House Fear boxed set.

Riley Amitrani gives readers scary horror stories complete with terrifying encounters involving supernatural entities like ghosts and spirits. There is something that is sinister, evil and dark in every one of these locations, which include houses, hotels, pubs, hospitals, mansions and more! Each one has it’s own horrific, frightening and twisted past…

The Box Set Includes:

The Haunting of Prescott House
The Haunting of Luciano House
The Haunting of Perry Property
The Haunting of Alfred House
The Haunting of Woodchester Mansion
The Haunting of Magnolia House
The Haunting of Excelsior Hotel
The Haunting of Shawcroft House
The Haunting of Sanderson Mansion
The Haunting of Carver’s Arms Pub
The Haunting of Westmore Hospital
The Haunting of Sunnyday House

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The Haunting of Westmore Hospital – Behold the Doctor of Death

The Haunting of Westmore Hospital – Behold the Doctor of Death Has Been Released!

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Jamie Ramirez is a sophomore at Brownington College in northern New Hampshire. She is well-liked and a star athlete, excelling in most all sports but touts soccer as her sport of choice. Her boyfriend, Bert Edwards, graduated the previous spring, but was able to secure an internship for a consulting firm close by that allowed them to continue to be able to see each other every day. As the soccer season got underway, Bert made his way over to the college pitch to watch Jamie spin her magic. However, just before halftime, Jamie sustains a serious ankle injury that sends her to Westmore Memorial Hospital for treatment.

It is not an overly debilitating break, but the orthopedic team at the hospital requests that Jamie stay at least overnight so they can make sure the joint got set properly and there are no complications. Westmore Memorial is a seemingly average and more than adequate facility for Jamie’s recovery. However, the hospital has a back story that is known by only the eldest of the residents in Westmore. The hospital itself is not at question, but the land on which the hospital was erected was once to the home of the former Orleans County Regional Hospital, which was razed in he 1950’s following a massive scandal involving the former chief of hospital operations, Dr. Frederick Malone, and a series of unexplained deaths of patients under his care.

Malone committed suicide rather than face the consequences of his actions, and the powers that be at the time did their best to cover up the whole thing. The old hospital was torn down and a new facility built in its place. Years went by, and all seemed to be forgotten or not even known of in the first place. But when Jamie begins to see and hear things in her room that no one else can, it seems the specter of the old Orleans County Regional Hospital may have reemerged. Jamie has a strong belief in all things supernatural, but skepticism from all around her, including Bert, end up making it appear as if Jamie has some mental illness issues.

Jamie tries as hard as she can to convince those around her that the new hospital may be inhabited by spirits of the past, in particular Dr. Malone and others, but her pleas fall on deaf ears. To complicate matters, Jamie’s mother had a history of schizophrenia and a dissociative personality disorder, and the attending nurse at Westmore Memorial seeing to her care comes to believe Jamie has a hereditary connection to her mother which is causing her to hallucinate.

Is Westmore Memorial haunted just based on its location? Or is Jamie cursed from her mother’s genes and headed down a path of mental illness herself? If Jamie cannot even convince Bert that she is perfectly sane, what hope does she have or proving herself…that she is not crazy and that the specter of Dr. Frederick Malone is still lingering the hallways and clinics of the new facility?

The Haunting of Carver’s Arms Pub Has Been Released!

The Haunting of Carver’s Arms Pub Has Been Released!

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Herriard had always been a small and somewhat unremarkable village just outside London, and the residents there loved that about their home. Even small towns liked to boast a claim to fame as a matter of pride, but Herriard was not made in this mold. Most anyone who had lived there for any amount of time would have agreed with this. Perhaps if there was a feature to stand out, it would be Carver’s Arms, the pub that was central to the quaint township. The inn had been around for several generations, having been handed down from father to son, and hardly anyone in Herriard had not been there. The current owner, John Carver, was well-liked among his neighbors and customers, though if the good people of Herriard knew the darker side of John, the traffic in and out of the pub would likely have dwindled to a trickle.

One day the calm and serenity of Herriard was thrown into turmoil as a spree of break-ins arose across town. While the bulk of the thefts seemed to be focused at Carver’s Arms, various other residences in town were being targeted as well. John Carver was finally getting too annoyed at how frequently his inn was being ransacked and vandalized to ignore the incidents any longer, and with the urging of his neighbors he initiated a police investigation. Herriard was too small to support a local police force, but regional detectives from just outside London soon arrived to see if they could lend a hand. After much investigation and numerous interviews with Carver and others, the detectives were baffled.

However, Sally White, the junior detective on the case, began to sense that John Carver was not quite what his reputation in Herriard might indicate. In addition, strange sounds and sights at Carver’s Arms lead Sally to wonder if an element of the paranormal might be afoot, despite ridicule from her partner, Tomasz Peterson. Could the dark side of John Carver have anything to do with the unexplained oddities that are going on at the pub? Can Sally convince her partner, Tomasz, to take her suspicions seriously? Or are all the things going bump in the night, just as John Carver insists, normal settling and sifting of an aging establishment? Come along for the ride to see if there is more going on at Carver’s Arms than just a simple rash of robberies…