Just off in the distance stood a little town called Killington that was hard to locate on a map. In fact, this town only had a population of about fifty people which could explain why nobody knew about the town. That was about to change when Jason moved in to this town. Jason would end up turning the town upside down and make Killington a tourist attraction and famous for all the wrong reasons.
The Summerville Plantation was full of joy and happiness until one day when little Billy Edwards was found dead in the attic. Everyone that resides in the Plantation was questioned about poor little Billy Edwards death, but no one seemed too eager to talk about his death.
The grounds keeper claimed there was a ghost in the attic that killed Billy Edwards with an axe.
No one really knows but..
Jimmy Spencer was only ten years old and scared to go into the woods behind his house. His older brother Steven would tell him stories about a man that lived in a cabin in the woods that liked to kill children with his sharp axe. During the day Jimmy's brother would dare him to go into the woods, but Jimmy was so scared that if he did he might be on the old man's chopping block behind his cabin.
It was 1862 and what a year it was. A man by the name of Jesse Wells was about to become a legend, but not the kind a legend to be proud of. Jesse had a mean temper, and when the Saloon doors swung open things got quiet, and people scattered.
It was Halloween, and Jan, and her friends Misty and Michelle decided to dig up a legend that should have been just that, but we all know teenagers feel that they are invincible, and nothing bad will happen to them.
What was supposed to be an upcoming authors dream would turn into a night of hell and become a curse to any one that happened to glance upon the last writings of author Richard Valance from the unfinished horror novel titled “A Blast from Hell.”
Develenue County Drive-in Series Sisterblood and The Pack. It's Friday night and the reels are fired up. Grab some popcorn and an ice cold beverage and let the weirdness begin. Brought to you by Joe Zito/Straight Jacket Literature.