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Empty Hallways

Andy Lockwood

Publisher: Andy Lockwood

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Summary

David Hartlet is a troubled man. His demons are many and his option few. His only hope appears to lie in the care of the skeptical Dr. Schraeder. Schraeder, a scientist and psychologist with a lengthy history of caring for the mentally ill, believed David to be making more of his troubles than are actually there. What Dr. Schraeder, and even David himself, cannot know is that David's troubles are far beyond his own scope. 
Many years before David's visit to St. Marguerite's Hospital, tragedy struck and left a mark upon the hospital that no amount of time could heal. That mark, deep and scarred over, was ripped open again by David's own tormented heart. David and the rest of the denizens of St. Marguerite's have found themselves face to face with the ugly spirit of the hospital, alive and aching for a revenge it believes it is owed. 
Can David and Dr. Schraeder find a way to stop the spirit? Or will they be forced to relive the dark secret of St. Marguerite's firsthand?
Available since: 06/26/2013.

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