'YOUR' ALL-AMERICAN NIGHTMARE CONTINUES...
Why did we pick March 1st to release Ash? The Salem Witch Trials began on this date with the courtroom drama of three women. In January of 1692, Reverend Parris' daughter Elizabeth, age 9, and niece Abigail Williams, age 11, started having "fits." They screamed, threw things, uttered strange sounds, and contorted themselves into strange positions, and a local doctor blamed the supernatural. Another girl, Ann Putnam, age 11, experienced similar episodes. On February 29, under pressure from magistrates Jonathan Corwin and John Hathorne, the girls blamed three women for afflicting them: Tituba, the Parris' Caribbean slave; Sarah Good, a homeless beggar; and Sarah Osborne, an impoverished elderly woman. All three women were brought before the local magistrates and interrogated for several days, starting on March 1, 1692.
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Forget every horror story you have ever read. This one will scare the life out of you—literally. The shocked residents of Peacedale, R.I. panic fleeing the town and the state as gruesome murders suddenly start taking place on New Year’s Day, 2098. The entire planet is on edge as these killings spread to every country ignoring race, creed, color, and status. No one is safe from being murdered in a horror tale that turns the entire Witch and Wicca community of Salem, Massachusetts upside-down. Can a team of ghost de-bunkers find the answers before more victims are sliced, diced, and broiled? Good thing they have Edgar, Athana’s Raven, to help guide the way.
This book is an homage to every Occult, Witch, Ghost, and Werewolf movie, novel, and tale of lore spread and told throughout the ages and dedicated to those souls who were wrongly persecuted during the 17th-century witch trials and beyond. Yes, even people thought to be Werewolves were murdered across Europe, England, and America. How did the phrase we now know as a “witch-hunt” really gain momentum? You will be shocked as we uncover the final truth. Athana sets out to right the wrongs done to settlers of the New World 400 years ago along with her coven, The Austin Circle of Witches.
Ash is rated "H" for Horror and is restricted (R). If you have a weak heart, a medical condition, or get easily nauseated, we beg you not to read this novel.