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Horror House Number 1129 Ridge Avenue In The Winter Of 1871, Civil War Profiteer Charles Wright Congelier, His Wife Lyda And Their Young Servant, Essie Moved Into The Mansion After They Bought It For A Song Weeks Later, Lyda Congelier Brutally Murdered Charles And Essie After Discovering Her Philandering Husband Having An Affair With Essie For Roughly 20 Years, The House Stood Vacant Until A Reclusive Doctor Named Adolph C Brunrichter Purchased The House In The Early 1900s A Year Later, The Horrific Sounds Of A Woman Screaming Followed By A Huge Explosion, Brought Firefighters Into A True House Of Horrors Dr Brunrichter Had Disappeared, Leaving Behind Him Gruesome Remnants Of His Multiple Demented Experiments In The Reanimation Of The Dead.


10 thoughts on “Horror House

  1. says:

    I wanted to love this story I really did It seemed to have all the ingredients necessary to be a great one Thomas Edison invents a machine to talk to the dead He takes it to a mansion in Pittsburgh where unspeakable murders took place years ago and the place has stood vacant With evil oozing from the haunted house, no one would set foot in where the murders took place Edison arrives and turns on his machine The evil the machine conjures shakes Edison so bad that he hides it away where no I wanted to love this story I really did It seemed to have all the ingredients necessary to be a great one Thomas Edison invents a machine to talk to the dead He takes it to a mansion in Pittsburgh where unspeakable murders took place years ago and the place has stood vacant With evil oozing from the haunted house, no one would set foot in where the murders took place Edison arrives and turns on his machine The evil the machine conjures shakes Edison so bad that he hides it away where no one can find it and use it again Turn to present day where Ben Kellogg hires young Laura Hawkes to write a book about the haunted mansion During his research, Kellogg happens upon Edison s machine and turns it on His action unleashes evil o...


  2. says:

    Number 1129 Ridge Avenue in the winter of 1871, Civil War profiteer Charles Wright Congelier, his wife Lyda and their young servant, Essie moved into the mansion after they bought it for a song Weeks later, Lyda Congelier brutally murdered Charles and Essie after discovering her philandering husband having an affair with Essie For roughly 20 years, the house stood vacant until a reclusive doctor named Adolph C Brunrichter purchased the house in the early 1900s A year later, the horrific so Number 1129 Ridge Avenue in the winter of 1871, Civil War profiteer Charles Wright Congelier, his wife Lyda and their young servant, Essie moved into the mansion after they bought it for a song Weeks later, Lyda Congelier brutally murdered Charles and Essie after discovering her philandering husband having an affair with Essie For roughly 20 years, the house stood vacant until a reclusive doctor named Adolph C Brunrichter purchased the house in the early 1900s A year...


  3. says:

    A startling, disturbing and scary book by J N Williamson Beyond just a ghost story, Williamson takes the genus of a real place and events creating a complex story of evil that is beyond evil and how this evil has played havoc with man since time immemorial With the use of a machine invented by Thomas Edison the evil force from Pennsylvania escapes and three people are faced with risking their lives to save the end of days Harrowing and scary A book you can t read to yourself at night My A startling, disturbing and scary book by J N Williamson Beyond just a ghost story, Williamson takes the genus of a real place and events creating a complex story of evil that is beyond evil and how this evil has played havoc with man since time immemorial With the use of a machine invented...


  4. says:

    Like many horror stories, JN Williamson, takes the based on a true story to new heights The true part concerns Thomas Alva Edison and his invention to communicate with the dead Yes, google it, that is the true pa...


  5. says:

    I LOVED THAT ITS PART FACT I HAD ALREADY HEARD THIS STORY BUT CANT REMEMBER WHERE GOOD BOOK


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