by Simon Andrew Stubbs
Published: May 28, 2014
On October 28th 1890 the great wall of the Barsdon Dam gave way and the Eagle Star reservoir buried the small Arizona town of Jackson Hope in forty feet of water. Men, women and children perished in the devastating flood, nobody survived.
But now the town is awakening once more, the screams pierce the night, and the evil that once controlled the town has returned, and it's business far from done.