By Jason Arnopp
This is not any chain letter, hoax or prank.
It is a honest caution approximately your house and the entity which dwells within.
Your domestic has been haunted for particularly a few time..."
A NEW proposal IN FEAR...
Imagine a supernatural horror tale during which the magical task occurs inside your house.
The 10,000-word brief tale A honest caution in regards to the ENTITY in your house is gifted as an nameless letter to YOU, which has been despatched on your handle. It info the terrifying occasions which occurred at your residence and which proceed to this day.
You have inherited a curse and are being preyed upon through a terrifying apparition. This letter from the former resident advises you ways to manage, whereas detailing the unthinkable ordeal they suffered earlier than you.
A honest caution in regards to the ENTITY in your house is the last word solution to scare your self at domestic, simply because it's the one ghost tale which occurs at your residence. Dare you learn it?
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"Highly unique, chilling story. I made the error of examining it on my own, after darkish, and couldn't sleep afterwards... completely and terrifyingly enjoyable" – reader Marjorie Taylor, Wiltshire, UK
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Jason Arnopp is the author of acclaimed Kindle horror novella BEAST within the BASEMENT, Lionsgate US supernatural horror motion picture STORMHOUSE and authentic fiction for the worlds of health practitioner WHO, SARAH JANE ADVENTURES and FRIDAY THE thirteenth. He lives in London, England.
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A Sincere Warning About The Entity In Your Home by Jason Arnopp