Nightwatching

 

 

Nightwatching Back

On the fringe of civilization, something sinister lurks within moonlit shadows. Feel a grieving mother’s isolation in a mountain cabin, the torment of a schizophrenic shut-in, and the desperation of a broken-hearted musician as they struggle to overcome both personal demons and the diabolical being feeding upon their souls.

Disclaimer: The author does not accept responsibility for fear – temporary or permanent – any neurosis or psychosis brought about by its reading, nor does he accept responsibility for phobias related to this or future full moons. Read at your own risk! You have been warned!

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