Urn and Willow
Dark Regions Press, LLC, Oct 13, 2011 - 200 pages
Urn & Willow is the fifth book in the ongoing Ghost House imprint and features eleven interior illustrations by artist Erin Wells.
Ghostly tales of 18th and 19th century New England
The hour is late, and wind whispers at the window. Autumn leaves have taken wing and a breeze troubles the candle flame. Something from the past has returned and walks the moonlit night. Something dead.
The door may be bolted and the fire may be warm, but the ghosts in Scott Thomas's URN AND WILLOW will find you. They wait patiently within the covers, inviting you to visit the lonely chamber where three sisters starved to death, and the small town where the devil's hoof prints steam in the snow, and a house where the rooms mysteriously multiply and are inhabited by otherworldly creatures. Come inside and visit the haunted seasons of the past.
"In his latest collection from Dark Regions Press "Urn & Willow" Scott continues what he does best...write atmospheric spooky stories filled with subtle terror, restless spirits and haunting imagery that will stay with you long after you put down the book. "Urn & Willow" is filled with stories from 18th and 19th century New England, being a native New Englander the book resonates with me especially. His descriptive prose perfectly grasps the feel of old New England and it's inhabitants... alive or dead." - Famous Monsters of Filmland