Midnight Hour: Saint Lawn Hill And Other Tales

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Forget all that you think you know about axe murderers, demons, ghosts, haunted houses, witches, and vampires, because in the world of THE MIDNIGHT HOUR, the supernatural is real - and it's more bizarre than you've ever imagined.

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This collection of 8 original, serial tales and more than 60 haunting, original illustrations combines adventure, horror, and touches of deadpan humor to chronicle the adventures of Madeline Night and her group of occult investigators as they expose paranormal frauds and document true cases of otherworldly menace on their weekly radio program, THE MIDNIGHT HOUR.
  • Do Chopper, Dicer and Whacker - the greatest axe murderers in American history - haunt the living from beyond the grave? Learn the gruesome truth in SAINT LAWN HILL.

  • The beautiful people are disappearing- is it the plot of a gang of crazed street people or something far more sinister? The hideous conspiracy exposed in CHILDREN OF THE ONEIROI.

  • What dark secrets lurk atop three sister mountains known as The Furies? The answer lies above THE BLACKBURN CAIRNS.

  • What preys upon the pets of Hamilton, initiating them into the ranks of the undead? The terrifying secret revealed in BLOOD & WATER, FANG & STING.


  • This remarkable collection marking the book-length debut of the imaginative, new series created by James Chambers and Jason Whitley is sure to be a treat for all fans of horror and supernatural adventure, perfect for a long, dark night or an All Hallow's Eve.

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    Author James Chambers / Jason Whitley
    Publisher Die Monster Die! Books
    Page Count 264pp
    Publication Size 5.5" x 8.5"
    Publication Notes Paperback
    Publication Date 2005
    ISBN 978-0975990420

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