Freeing Linhurst: Into the Tunnels

Freeing Linhurst: Into the Tunnels

by Al Cassidy

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Overview

Two years have passed since Jack Alexander and his best friend Celia slipped inside Linhurst State School and Hospital to uncover the truth beyond the abandoned walls. What they discovered was more than they had bargained for, and their lives haven't been the same since.

For 11th grader Jack, now saddled with the nickname "Ghost Boy" by his incredulous classmates, is spending his days in therapy, and fighting a recurring nightmare that haunts his dreams. All Celia wants is to move on from that fateful night, and help her friend Jack in the process.

But just when it seems that life might be returning to normal, the Linhurst campus begins experiencing strange phenomena once again. Severely injured staff, mysterious writings on the wall, and the return of green flashes of light have Dr. Moseley on high alert. Certain this is not the work of mere trespassing vandals, Mose hires a team of paranormal investigators to find the source of the disturbances. Jack and Celia are thrown back into the world of ghosts and spirits, and must face a dark curse that has gripped the former asylum.

After Celia is taken into the tunnels by a menacing force, it's a race against the clock to free her and cage the energy that threatens the future of Linhurst.

Sequel to Freeing Linhurst, Into the Tunnels ratchets up the intensity and continues to explore the realm of paranormal at Linhurst State School and Hospital, a fictional institution based on Pennhurst State School and Hospital outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161531877
Publisher: Al Cassidy
Publication date: 10/01/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 15 MB
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About the Author

Al Cassidy has been interested in characters and stories from a very young age. Growing up, his father’s work in sales and marketing took the family of six all over the US—from Florida to California, Minnesota to Utah, and everywhere in between. Having to adapt to new places and relationships on the fly made him a talented observer, and he learned to quickly hone in on the defining characteristics that make each person, place, and situation unique.

By age three, Cassidy was learning to draw animals, people and materials. This began a great enthusiasm for crafting characters based on observations gleaned throughout his travels and using them to tell stories.

He pursued the arts through high school and college, graduating second in class from The Art Institute of Philadelphia then diving into the working world, merging his skills as an artist with communication in business. He learned the ropes of branding, marketing and advertising while working with agencies whose clients included nationally recognized brands, small businesses, musicians, individuals and everyone in between. After 15 years primarily serving for-profit clients, Cassidy chose to redirect his focus to non-profit organizations.

Like the characters in his childhood comics, Al Cassidy believes each person has a certain something that sets us apart, and that we all have something valuable to contribute to society. This belief was the drive behind the creation of Freeing Linhurst. Having witnessed firsthand the prejudice those with intellectual disabilities face, he observed the many conflicting lenses people view the crumbling remnants of institutions like Linhurst through and wanted to tell a tale that would give voice to those whose side of the story often goes untold.

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