Harlan County Haunts explores the unknown with over 60 tales of spooky encounters and weird occurrences. Although the focus is on Harlan County, there are stories from around the southeastern... More > Kentucky region as well as other states. Featured in Harlan County Haunts is the novella, “Caroline," which highlights one of Harlan County’s most compelling unsolved crimes.
Jackson, a lifelong Native of Harlan County, takes you on a ghostly journey through the mountains of Appalachia and beyond. Harlan County Haunts contains ghosts, monsters, angels, and many personal accounts of encounters with the unexplained.
Harlan County Haunts was over two years in the making, with Jackson compiling well over 100 true accounts of experiences with the paranormal. After many interviews and research, the stories in the book are what she considered the best and most credible.< Less
The writer-director behind the cult favorite THE LOST SKELETON OF CADAVRA gets serious with this creepy collection of western horror stories. Atmospheric, suspenseful, grotesque and occasionally... More > amusing, these thirteen trips to the unknown Old West range from pulp mystery-thriller to ghost story to scifi-horror, all set around a mysterious mountain range where folks just seem to have trouble settling.< Less
Alex and Ben are two brothers who grew up in a military family. Constantly moving from base to base they became each other's best friends. When a life-altering situation arises it tears the... More > brothers apart, leaving Alex to live without his family. A traumatic accident brings the brothers together again with hopes of becoming the friends they once were. One night after being attacked, the oldest brother Ben is left in a coma. Follow Ben through his "comatic dreams" as he tries to find a way back to the living. In order to find his way back he must be willing to accept his destiny into a world he once refused to acknowledge, but can he?< Less
Ever wonder where you go when you die? Could there be a world, an afterlife, that exists parallel to this one, with its own dangers and daemons? Take away all your misconceptions about religion and... More > reality and embrace the horrible truth.
There is no heaven. There is no hell. There is only Abaddon.< Less