DOWN BELOW

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Light the candles.

Follow me through

the empty corridors.

Past dark rooms.

Down a long flight of stairs.

To the dungeons below.

Where shadows await us.

Waiting for company.

To wile away their empty hours.

Perhaps a game or two for us to play.

A game to lighten their boredom.

A pool of water appears before us.

Cages descend from above.

Their pointy edges facing us.

Circular saws soon follow.

What kind of hell are we in?

What kind of game are we playing?

Come closer to find out.

The Dead love to play.

THE DEAD GAME

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FOLLOW THE CANDLES





End House is dark and deserted.

The invitation called for a party.

No one is here to greet us.

Flickering candles line the hallway,

Beckoning us to follow.

Gargoyles tower over the carpeted staircase.

The door behind us locks shut.

What do we do now?

THE DEAD GAME 

A REVIEW TO DIE FOR!

A mystery/horror story well worth the time and price

April 25, 2015
Format: Kindle Edition
The Dead Game is a mystery/horror story that brings you into the lives of a group of people living in the quaint sea-side community of Oasis, Florida. Even though Oasis seems to be a lovely place to live, sinister forces are hiding around every corner and wreaking havoc on the innocent town-folk. The author does a good job of developing the characters (both good and evil) and fleshing out the world they live in. Two inanimate objects in the story that grew into characters as the book progressed were the town of Oasis, Florida as well as a place called End House. End House is an old abandoned mansion in a reclusive part of town that has a mysterious background. Invitations in black envelopes are sent to select people in town to attend a party at End House on a Friday night. The friends decide to attend the party and that is when all hell breaks loose. (Not wanting to reveal too much of the story) End House displays its paranormal personality with all sorts of terrifying entities from razor sharp saws to gigantic bugs. The author is very creative with the horror she dishes out making it interesting and detailed without being so graphic as to turn anyone away from reading the rest of the story. After the horrific events of the party the group has suspicions about the people within their own circle and if they are friend or foe. Friendships evolve between the characters both positively and negatively. Hidden attraction between a few of the main characters brings a romantic angle to the story as well. A few of the characters work together to discover information on an eccentric man named Charles Wolf and a group he leads named “The Dead”. Rich and powerful, Wolf is known as a “wolf in sheep’s clothing” and throws another wrinkle into the story. At this point in the tale, suspicion among one another runs rampant as factions emerge from among the groups of characters. Some groups are honest and good and others deceitful and evil. It’s not easy to tell the good from the bad and the author keeps you guessing here. The honest and good group of characters leads a revolt against The Dead at the mysterious End House in an attempt to crush the evil group and eliminate them from Oasis. The author provides us with more creative action and gore as the battle between good and evil plays out. After the brawl, the town goes back to its lazy little self and people start getting back to their normal lives… or do they? The last few chapters are a topsy-turvy dance to figure out who is the real bad guy in the story. I was surprised by the end of the story and didn’t see it coming. This book is definitely well worth the time and the price.
 

ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS LISTEN

detestably:</p> <p>A beautiful castle.<br /> It stands alone and deserted.<br /> What stories could it reveal to us?<br /> How many lives have passed through<br /> its majestic halls?<br /> Has there been dancing in its rooms?<br /> Or have sadness and death pervaded<br /> its stone walls?<br /> Go inside and listen to its story.<br /> Listen to the sighs and whispers,<br /> emanating from its dark rooms.<br /> What do you hear?<br /> I can hear both sadness and joy<br /> mixed together in its soft sighs.<br /> All you have to do is listen.</p> <p>

detestably:

A beautiful castle.

It stands alone and deserted.

What stories could it reveal to us?

How many lives have passed through

its majestic halls?

Has there been dancing in its rooms?

Or have sadness and death pervaded

its stone walls?

Go inside and listen to its story.

Listen to the sighs and whispers,

emanating from its dark rooms.

What do you hear?

I can hear both sadness and joy

mixed together in its soft sighs.

All you have to do is listen.

DARK HISTORY

mortisia:</p> <p>Peles Castle<br /> DOES THIS CASTLE HAVE A CREEPY HISTORY?<br /> HAVE BODIES BEEN FOUND OVER THE YEARS?<br /> ARE THE HALLS DARK WITH SHADOWS?<br /> DO PEOPLE DISAPPEAR—NEVER TO BE SEEN AGAIN?<br /> IT MIGHT AS WELL HAVE A DARK HISTORY<br /> SINCE I CAN SEE IT IN MY MIND’S EYE.<br />

mortisia:

Peles Castle

DOES THIS CASTLE HAVE A CREEPY HISTORY?

HAVE BODIES BEEN FOUND OVER THE YEARS?

ARE THE HALLS DARK WITH SHADOWS?

DO PEOPLE DISAPPEAR—NEVER TO BE SEEN AGAIN?

IT MIGHT AS WELL HAVE A DARK HISTORY

SINCE I CAN SEE IT IN MY MIND’S EYE.