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Motel 666

Rena Marin, Jim Ody, Mary Duke, M W Brown, Lorah Jaiyn, T. Elizabeth Guthrie, Olivia Marie, Thea Valentine

Publisher: Crazy Ink

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Summary

Vacancy. 
Welcome to Motel 666: 
A cash-only $35-a-night establishment in the middle of nowhere off Route 666. 
The rules here are simple.Check-out's at noon.  Leave and get out quick. Drop your keys on the counter and see rule number two.Do not disturb owners Harvey and Bridgett.  They mean it. Don't bother 'um for nothing. Not the hole in the floor, not the cracked mirror or broken air conditioner and not the Room 23 partiers. They aren't interested in the rumors about Momma, who still haunts the place since Harvey stopped looking after it. There ain't no newlyweds in the world who got time to be bothered with ghosts. Get over it. You'll live or you won't.You pay for what you get. Don't like it? Can't pay? Hit the road. 
But be warned. 
Highway 666 has some ghosts of its own…

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