Chillun Got Shoes

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A recording holds the key to a monstrous mystery lurking in the DC Metro system, but only a psychic investigator dares to plumb the depths in search of answers. The search for truth leads one man on a terrifying journey into the darkest corners of mass transit and the human mind. More

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About Daniel R. Robichaud

Daniel R. Robichaud has lived in southeastern Michigan, central Massachusetts and southern Texas. He is a Rhysling Award nominated poet and the author of over one hundred stories, articles and poems, which have appeared in such markets as Shroud Magazine, Rogue Worlds, Goblin Fruit, Rage of the Behemoth, Green Prints, and WritersWeekly.

Daniel holds degrees in both Physics and English, and his career path has reflected these passions. In addition to his numerous writing opportunities, he has been an Igor For Hire (aka a freelance research engineer), a substitute teacher, an automation engineer, and a neurophysiology lab manager.

Daniel enjoys entertaining people with his words and stories. If you enjoy a good read, why not try one of his works? You might just love them.

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Jnana Hodson reviewed on on June 26, 2019

A mysterious series of shoes abandoned in Washington's normally antiseptic subway stations has detectives turning to a psychic for answers. First, there's a tape recording of a father and son's trip on the Metro, "Down There," as the spooked child labels it. By the way, the descriptions of DC and Detroit are apt. The flip side is told by the father's friend Larry, who visits to see if the kid's tale is true. After that, the psychic goes underground to investigate. The scene turns truly terrifying, with evil energies or presences swishing through the tunnels.
The fast-paced ebook has some annoying formatting issues, and this subway-loving reader is left awaiting some resolution regarding the unleashed forces themselves.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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