Brian Kirk’s novel Will Haunt You was inspired by a couple from his neighborhood who disappeared after finding a strange book in their home. Brian witnessed this event happening live on the neighborhood website Nextdoor.com, and has provided screen grabs of the ordeal, along with his reactions to each post as he watched the drama unfold.
Click the following links to get caught up before continuing with the story below.
- OBSIDEO: Part 1 (Inkheist)
- OBSIDEO: Part 2 (Sci-Fi & Scary) and (Horror Talk)
- OBSIDEO: Part 3 (Char’s Horror Corner) and (Zakk’s Eyes Of Madness)
- OBSIDEO: Part 4 (Night Worms)
- OBSIDEO: Part 5 (Kendall Reviews) and (Ginger Nuts Of Horror)
Join Kendall Reviews as we bring you the terrifying conclusion.
These are the last known images of my neighbor Nancy. But I don’t believe her story has ended. In fact, something tells me it’s just begun. The book I wrote, I now know why it came to me so clearly. I wish I could take it all back.
Some stories should be left alone. This is one of them.
Rumors of a deadly book have been floating around the dark corners of the deep web. A disturbing tale about a mysterious figure who preys on those who read the book and subjects them to a world of personalized terror. Jesse Wheeler―former guitarist of the heavy metal group The Rising Dead―was quick to discount the ominous folklore associated with the book. It takes more than some urban legend to frighten him. Hell, reality is scary enough. Seven years ago his greatest responsibility was the nightly guitar solo. Then one night when Jesse was blackout drunk, he accidentally injured his son, leaving him permanently disabled. Dreams of being a rock star died when he destroyed his son’s future. Now he cuts radio jingles and fights to stay clean. But Jesse is wrong.
The legend is real―and tonight he will become the protagonist in an elaborate scheme specifically tailored to prey on his fears and resurrect the ghosts from his past. Jesse is not the only one in danger, however.
By reading the book, you have volunteered to participate in the author’s deadly game, with every page drawing you closer to your own personalized nightmare.
The real horror doesn’t begin until you reach the end. That’s when the evil comes for you.