Voodoo Doughnut 3 Tales of the Macabre

Voodoo Doughnut 3 Tales of the Macabre

by R. M. Putnam


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Voodoo Doughnut 3 Tales of the Macabre by R. M. Putnam

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Magic and mayhem cross paths with customers of Voodoo Doughnut. Serial killers, thieves and serious magic will have you transfixed as you turn each page.

In Portland, Oregon, you can find billboards, signs and car stickers with the slogan "Keep Portland Weird". That is what R.M. Putnam found at Voodoo Doughnut, truly a unique place to buy pastry. The staff and the customers are fun, free spirits in their manner of dress and style. As R.M. Putnam sat and enjoyed the tasty Voodoo Doughnut, she observed the surroundings as images of potential stories came to her.

R.M. Putnam immediately made contact with the manger wanting permission to use their store as the bases of the horror stories that were now taking shape in her mind. Sara Heise (manger) made an appointment for R.M. Putnam to meet with the owners Tres Shannon and Kenneth "Cat Daddy" Pogson. The project went into high gear complete with a photo shoot of the store and the owners in costume. R.M. Putnam used the photos as a base for two of the stories. What resulted was three tales of the macabre for your reading pleasure.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781518858949
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 11/12/2015
Pages: 84
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.17(d)

About the Author

R.M. Putnam grew up in the 1960's watching Twilight Zone, One Step Beyond, Night Gallery and other similar TV shows. Her interest in the Macabre therefore is ever-present. Fascinated with the strange and the unusual, murder and mayhem, Ms. Putnam felt drawn to write about a serial killer, an unlikely serial killer to be sure. After she completed the story, she was off on a new story, more terrifying than the last. Consumed with the project she published "The Path to Darkness Thirteen Tales of the Macabre" which includes the collection of Voodoo Doughnut stories.

However, it does not end there, at present she is working on more stories for your reading pleasure. Her quest is to photograph old abandoned houses and create stories to thrill her readers.

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