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Phantom Rage

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Description : Kathleen Freeborne lives a perfectly normal life until the day her team of paranormal investigators is granted permission to investigate the reportedly haunted King's Playhouse Theatre in Prince Edward Island, Canada.

On the morning of the investigation, she suffers a terrifying panic attack, leading her to believe her life is coming to a grinding halt and people are out to get her.

Events escalate from bad to worse when the team arrives at the theater only to discover caretaker Bill Blythe is behaving oddly and ranting incomprehensible religious gibberish. Shortly after his departure, they see a bloodied and battered apparition of a woman who tells them to beware the chosen one.

The frightened team flees only to discover a few days later that strange things are happening around the little town of Montague. The townsfolk are behaving oddly and frightening events are happening all around them-many in their own homes.

After a series of gruesome murders, they embark down a dark path, trying to stop the demented killer. Or killers.

A chilling, mind-bending journey that explores haunted happenings-that would shove most people over the edge-that paranormal investigators handle regularly.

Author Details

About : William Blackwell studied journalism at Calgary's Mount Royal University and English literature at Vancouver's University of British Columbia. He worked as a print journalist for many years before becoming an author. Currently living on an acreage in Prince Edward Island, Blackwell loves to travel and write fiction. He's written many titles including: Brainstorm, Nightmare's Edge, The Rage Trilogy, Assaulted Souls trilogy, Orgon Conclusion, Rule 14, Resurrection Point, The Strap, A Head for an Eye, Blood Curse, Black Dawn, The End Is Nigh and Freaky Franky. To learn more about Blackwell's work and read the musings of a meandering mind, please visit his website: http://www.wblackwell.com Twitter: @wblackwell333

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