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Eaten - Evil takes many forms

John Hellgren

Publisher: John Hellgren

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Summary

Remember that old abandoned house? The one that creeped you and your friends out when you were kids. Still does doesn’t it—if you’re honest. It's malevolence spills onto the pavement and makes you walk as close to the kerb as you can when you pass by. These houses don’t like us. They don’t want us near them, and they certainly don’t want us inside them.  Every now and then someone stops and looks up at the house, but it’s only fear that keeps them from moving on. Sometimes the house will draw them in, play with them, and then maybe, just maybe, let them go. But probably not.

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