ghosts in the burbs

A blog about the people who live in Wellesley, MA and the ghosts (and monsters) who haunt them.

659a44970c43cb72eb8997cf430e7aa6Though Holy Death was ghost story #44 in the Ghosts in the Burbs line up, when combined with the six Out of the Swells stories it all adds up to 50 interviews. 50 tales of monsters and ghosts, mimics and demons, coffee and chardonnay.

Some of you might remember the Arnolds from Ghost Story #4 “I don’t believe sellers have to disclose previous satanic worship on the property, but a head’s up would have been nice.”

The story of that nice couple who shared their new home with their three lovely children and one demon possessed daughter has haunted me for some time and since it’s a new year I thought we all might try looking at things from a new perspective.

So, I’m going to tell you the Arnold’s ordeal from beginning to end, two to three chapters at a time, right here on Ghosts in the Burbs. I’d considered releasing it first in paperback, eBook and Audible like I did Claire, but I think Lilith should live right here. Starting January 7th I’ll release the chapters weekly, every Monday morning. 

I encourage you to check out the podcast (if you haven’t already) there I often post short horror stories at the end of the episode for Patreon patrons who have pledged $10 per month to support GITB (though throughout the telling of Lilith they’ll be given their own short episodes). They are one of my very favorite things to write.

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Now, I’m nowhere near done collecting ghost stories from my neighbors, there will be plenty more of that in the future.

But for now, Happy New Year and Here’s to new perspectives.

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