We called it The Devil's House because of all the events that took place there during and before our time there. It was not your typical haunting or your ...
Author: Ronald Erdman
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
The Grim Reaper is back for yet another wild ride. This time, his travels take him to a quiet town in upstate New York. Divine Lake is a peaceful town that is also a summer getaway for those that live in New York City. It also hides a deep, dark secret that is protected by an evil that looks to destroy a family. Mark and his friend Carol will attempt to find the mystery behind the powerful force that haunts the town and save the family that dwells within the walls of house that the devil calls home.
After her arrest, Amy quit-claimed the house to her sister, Katherine Duggan. ... of people had been killed inside the four walls 248 The Devil's Rooming House.
Author: M. William Phelps
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
The gripping tale of a legendary, century-old murder spree *** A silent, simmering killer terrorized New England in1911. As a terrible heat wave killed more than 2,000 people, another silent killer began her own murderous spree. That year a reporter for the Hartford Courant noticed a sharp rise in the number of obituaries for residents of a rooming house in Windsor, Connecticut, and began to suspect who was responsible: Amy Archer-Gilligan, who’d opened the Archer Home for Elderly People and Chronic Invalids four years earlier. “Sister Amy” would be accused of murdering both of her husbands and up to sixty-six of her patients with cocktails of lemonade and arsenic; her story inspired the Broadway hit Arsenic and Old Lace. The Devil’s Rooming House is the first book about the life, times, and crimes of America’s most prolific female serial killer. In telling this fascinating story, M. William Phelps also paints a vivid portrait of early-twentieth-century New England.
We just got word that a fast-moving aircraft broke through the protected area and is headed to the White House.” The Secret Service agent, joined by two ...
Author: Paul Theis
"This novel about the inner workings of the U.S. Congress is as timely as today's news and as unsettling as tomorrow's headlines-and just as intriguing." -Robert H. Michel, former Minority Leader, U.S. House of Representatives "A gripping read, Devil in the House provides a tantalizing look inside Washington politics and at duplicity on Capitol Hill." -Milton Friedman, former senior White House speech writer "A powerful look at the unprincipled use of power on Capitol Hill." -Sidney Yudain, founder and former editor/publisher of Roll Call, the Newspaper of Capitol Hill
house, and spoil his goods, except he will first bind the strong man; ... Because Democrat - Progressive – Liberal - Socialism is Satan's creation anyway—it ...
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing
Category: Political Science
Clouds are gathering throughout the homeland indicating a storm is looming over our beloved America. Old glory blows in a torrential wind of change—ushering in an era of decay and destruction. She has become tattered and worn. We may possibly maintain the appearance of strength and invincibility for a time—but it is not sustainable. Yes—America will crumble under the duress imposed by the Democrat – Progressive – Liberal – Socialist mindset and agenda. There is decay beneath the surface—and cracks in our national foundation abound. The world giant is being plundered of its very essence and undermined by an evil force. There is a movement within our gates that encourages and supports wickedness. If allowed to continue their debased onslaught—Progressive Liberals will succeed in transforming America. They will fundamentally change America into their twisted vision of what our nation should present to God and the world. If their depraved agenda continues to fester and proliferate-—this will be the demise of the greatest nation on earth. This is not a theory but a fact as evidenced by those among us who have eyes to see and ears to hear. This agenda of destruction was conceived in a very dark place—a dark place indeed.
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Author: Tamas Panitz
Publisher: Lunar Chandelier Collective
In these poems, one feels an urge toward aphorism, as if the world might be held still by its sayings, and the mythic past, with its gods and devils, might be released from its temporal chains. For Tamas Panitz, melancholy hovers over the present as a trail of hungry ghosts; desire and its enemies tangle, and the natural world reaches toward spirit: here is the figure of perfection/and its impatience. A solemn, exquisite collection. –– Ann Lauterbach
But I rejoiced, for just the sight and smell of that House-Devil proved I wasn't crazy. I burned it in the fireplace, for it was very dry.
Author: Avram Davidson
Publisher: Hachette UK
Professor Vlad Smith is on a terrifying quest, one that will take him from the halls of our most hallowed institutions to the most run-down of old houses in blighted neighborhoods. A mysterious committee, shredded yellowed newspapers, a daguerrotype of a Confederate soldier, a headless corpse and a corpseless head.... These are the clues which Smith must piece together to save his sanity and his daughter, and uncover the terrible secret of the Boss in the Wall.
Big Devil came back to his house and said , “ Little John , you tricked me again ! You stole all the turnips . ” — “ I stole them ?
Author: Rosemary Hyde Thomas
Category: Social Science
The stories told in this book, like the stories on television, illustrate the triumph of good over evil; the rewards of heroism and virtue; and the endurance of the human spirit when faced with tragedy and catastrophe. In addition, these fairy tales offer the thrills of exotic settings and of exciting adventures. They are spiced with humor, both focused and broad. Like other traditional stories, they provide an interesting mirror of cultural values that indicate western European influence. There is evidence that these tales and their direct ancestors have evolved from the ancient Sanskrit and Persian cultures to the European Middle Ages, from the Age of Enlightenment to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, wherever oral cultures had flourished. We held our first interviews in the summer of 1977, after we decided that we would offer that September a free class for anyone who wanted to learn or to relearn the Old Mines French dialect. The purpose of the interviews was to enable us to find material for these lessons. We sought out people who spoke French in the Old Mines area and conversed with them in French, as well as was possible.