The Great Lake Terror
Xlibris Corporation LLC, Oct 1, 2009 - 328 pages
ONCE UPON A time, in a small secluded town called Saginaw, Michigan, five teenagers had played the wrong dangerous game that lifted a soul from a dark secret. In the process the town was developing strange, mysterious, paranormal murders that humanity could never dream of, which spun out of control. The vileness of Mary Swartz lost soul atrociously inherit the Saginaw Wood's Ghost Trail, and every oak leaf that came with it by this being the second time this town had been traumatized, from the twelve counts of murders that were committed by a very disturbed man named Norman Gandy. So whoever encounters with Mary Swartz plans of vengeance or deadly massacre terror curse.
MUST SURELY DIE . . . . . . !
This is where the figment of the imagination fall's victim to the unknown and unexplained, some games just arenīt meant to EVER BE PLAYED. This book will leave you wanting more.
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