During his son's baseball game a tax attorney catches a glimpse of a birthmark on a man's leg and his blood runs cold with the memories that come. When he was five years old he saw something he shouldn't have, went somewhere he never should have gone and paid harsh consequences. His eighteen year old son knows something is up with his dad and confides in his quiet girlfriend, who suffered early trauma of her own and begins to suspect that her boyfriend's father knows exactly what she went through as a child, may in fact have made the acquaintance of her family's killer long ago, and now both of them are determined to go back and find the truth about what lies in Betsy Klausmeyer's cellar.
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About the Author
S.K. Epperson is the author of numerous novels, novellas and a collection of short stories. For a complete list check out
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Betsy Klausmeyer's Cellar based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
This is a short story. Interesting plot. Took less than half an hour to read. Ending left you hanging.
This could have made a good novel. Only 78 pages :(
This was a good read, just too short.
Really really eerie! Epperson is so good at bizarre twists! great short story! Can't wait to read part two!
Love this short story. Highly recommend this author.