We all experience them. Whether it's a sock in the dryer or a summer love, lost things have a dreadful way of haunting us, of sometimes pushing us right over the edge.
Take Zach, a man whose lost his... More > nerve. Fortunately, he’s about to meet some very interesting creatures who will either help him find what he’s lost, or take away something a lot more important: his blood.
David is a teenage boy intent on finding the truth about his mysterious new friend only to discover, however, that some lost things are best left lost.
Meet the author whose lost his will to write, only to find that the stories want to be told, and they don’t plan to let him go without a fight.
And more: lost loves, lost innocence, even a lost colony.
So come along as we follow some of those Lost Things. Let’s look together into their hiding places. And let’s poke at them a little, find out if maybe we can get some of them to come back.
Let’s just hope that they don’t bring anything else with them.< Less
Short Stories and essays by Hanns Heinz Ewers and now translated by Joe E Bandel in cooperation with the Hanns Heinz Ewers estate. Stories include: The Spider,The Crucified Minstral,Delphi,The Curve,... More > My Burial,Anthropoovaropartus,The Death of Baron Jesus Maria von Friedel,The Button Collection,Bible Billy,The Blue Indians,My Mother the Witch,Intoxication and artand Edgar Allan Poe.< Less
When the Fitzgerald family first moved into their large stately home which was nestled into a quiet back corner of a sleepy seaside town, Patricia and her husband Barry were delighted to have found... More > such an ideal place to raise their two young children. Unfortunately their joy would soon turn to sorrow as their dream home quickly devolved into a living nightmare; a nightmare that would last for over eight years.
This story is based on the true events which surround how one young girl’s dream home would eventually become an older woman’s nightmare. It also delves into the tragic history surrounding the residence where death and suicides have affected nearly every family that has ever resided there. Join us as the author relates his family’s harrowing tale of their time spent living at “The House on Hurley Pond Road.”< Less