December 9, 2019

The Haunting of Christmas Mansion Has Been Released!

The Haunting of Christmas Mansion

The Haunting of Christmas Mansion Has Been Released!

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Near Cambridge, England, there is a little-known mansion with the interesting moniker of Christmas Mansion. Originally built in the 1920s, the manor was designed and constructed by the industrialist, Phillip DeVere, as a tribute to the holiday season. To christen the mansion, the DeVere family hosted a Christmas Eve gala event for the elite of the day, including a séance as Philip’s idea of simple entertainment. Unfortunately, things didn’t go as planned.

What could possibly have gone wrong during the gala event to cause the DeVere family to flee the mansion never to return? Why did the mansion, though on prime real estate, sit empty and in disrepair for almost a century before a young couple from Cambridge purchased it?

Adam and Julia Wright, and their children, Alfred and Amelia, took residence in Christmas Mansion because of their love of the holiday season, and regardless of the negative backstory. However, soon, things at the mansion are more than they have bargained for. Julia sees more inexplicable occurrences keep popping up in and around the mansion. Adam says just coincidences, while Julia is convinced it is something much more insidious.

Will the special Christmas Eve bash of their own they are planning as a home warming event get impacted by Julia’s suspicions and fears? Or is Adam right, and it is all just to be explained with logic and considered evaluation? Is their love of the holiday season enough to stay in the mansion? Perhaps they will flee for their lives, or will something even worse happen to them? Come to the party and judge for yourself. Your invitation is in the mail.

Read “The Haunting of Christmas Mansion” now…

Riley Amitrani

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