Overview

Ghost hunters from a reality television show are called to investigate an abandoned opera house in small town Hillsboro, Ohio. They discover that the town is experiencing a growing number of gruesome murders. The investigators become tangled in the midst of the carnage, only to realize that they are the last thing standing between the town's people and Hell. Will they stop the ultimate demon from destroying the town, or will they make a fatal mistake and unleash Hell?
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Hell Town

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Overview

Ghost hunters from a reality television show are called to investigate an abandoned opera house in small town Hillsboro, Ohio. They discover that the town is experiencing a growing number of gruesome murders. The investigators become tangled in the midst of the carnage, only to realize that they are the last thing standing between the town's people and Hell. Will they stop the ultimate demon from destroying the town, or will they make a fatal mistake and unleash Hell?
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015555295
  • Publisher: Emily Ford
  • Publication date: 10/4/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 741,008
  • File size: 106 KB

Meet the Author

Emily Ford lives in southern Arizona. Her philosophy on horror is that while monsters and gore can be fun and scary, truly horrifying stories come from events that invoke psychological horror. Paranormal evidence points to the possibility that there may exist a ghostly world all around us, just outside of our ability to see it. Whether it be a disembodied voice or the movement of a dark figure out of the corner of our eye, therein lies true terror: when the unseen forces around us break through the barriers, however briefly, and give us a good scare.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 11, 2012

    Not for the weak

    This is scary. I am not normallu a scary type person. It was good. Right amount of blood and scare mixed in not enough to give me nightmares like stephen king but enough to get my heart pumping!

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