Posted by: S. Elisabeth M. Abbott | October 24, 2018

31 Nights of Halloween – The Witch of Halloween House

On the twenty-fourth night of Halloween…

The Witch of Halloween House by Jeff DeGordick

There’s an old house up on a hill in the woods that the kids call “Halloween House”. They accused the mysterious old woman who lived there of being a witch until the rumors got out of hand and the panicked townspeople burned her house down with her in it one Halloween. She only said one thing before she died: “A curse on all of you!”

Now, three years later, the spooky holiday approaches again, and Carmen is left in charge of taking her little brother trick-or-treating.

But strange things begin happening around the small town.

Children are going missing one by one, and the only clue to their disappearance is a gingerbread man left on their windowsill. Now Carmen has to protect her brother so that he doesn’t become the next victim as the townspeople descend into insanity all around them. Riddled with fear, they have no one to pin the kidnappings and strange occurrences on.

Because the witch is already dead…

…isn’t she?

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Meet the Author…

Jeff DeGordick is a horror novelist currently living in southern Ontario, Canada. Writing stories was his first passion as a child, but he’s also had forays into testing and designing video games for a living, and a very brief career as a cook.

He began writing in 1994 at age seven, embarking on a long journey of spinning strange and scary tales, penning many short stories and partial novels as a hobby.

He is also the author of the Zombie Apocalypse Series and he’s currently writing many more creepy tales!

You can find all his books on his website here: https://www.jeffdegordick.com/

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