A Wizard on Oak Street
Christopher had always been afraid to go near the haunted Marston Mansion, just like everyone else. The very day he decided he was going to be the first one to go into the gates, he got the scare of his life. But he was determined to confront his own fear; even if it meant doing it alone. What he found was so powerful, he could tell no one about it. If he did, he would lose it all
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