Michael Peters figured that a Friday night watching his two little brothers would be uneventful and boring as usual. Marc Cash just wanted to spend an evening alone, sitting outside around a fi re, listening to music while he caught a buzz. All Doug Anderson needed was a few good hours of sleep before he had to be back at work early in the morning. Dan and Missy Arthur plus their three children were just looking forward to an evening at home after going out to dinner. But none of their nights would go as planned. Not even close. Everyone would have to make all the right moves if they planned on being alive to see the sun rise in the morning. Because deep within the state park’s borders was a portal that brought evil creatures to our world from another dimension. Creatures with a blood lust and insatiable appetite for human fl esh. Creatures that hunted human beings for the pure joy of killing them. Creatures bent on making it a long, bloody and deadly night for the people that lived near Third Hollow State Park’s borders. Come along for the ride and fi nd out if there’s anyone still alive to feel the morning sun on their skin again.
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