The Ardennes Tapes: Pray That Somebody Listens!
p>Christmas Eve, 1944. The Ardennes Forest was thick with blood as the Battle of The Bulge raged on. But in the midst of combat, two hundred troopsAmericans and Germans alikeabruptly ceased fighting each other and united to face one common, and unspeakable, enemy. Only two men survived. Now, more than five decades later, one still remains institutionalized and unable, or unwilling, to speak. Then, suddenly, he begins to rant, shrieking in terror about unmentionable horror in the Ardennes& pray that somebody listens!
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