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The House That Hell Birthed

from The Score​-​Off Scores by John Mapes

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On an unsuspecting English country side, lies beautiful country. Green grass, rolling hills, shady trees; Nature has done her best to make the gorgeous British countryside a treat for the human eye...

Then, practically over night, A dark, distorted house appears, as if it came up through the ground...a twisted reflection of a house, with iron fence, boarded window and dark, broken windows save for one room that seem to be alive with light.

A government official, a real estate agent, a geologist, the owner of the land and agent of the paranormal are sent to investigate this sudden hell house by the Queen herself.

A sudden dark and stormy night will prevent them from leaving, but as the night unfolds, we find that our mystery busting team of five from the Queen may have something to hide! Inside, this ghost house that should not exist, each investigator faces horror after horror, as they fight for survival against creatures that may be real or just horrific figments of the imagination as well as each other.

Are they in a nightmare they cannot wake from?

Has any of the FIVE mystery seekers noticed the grave yard in back with FOUR empty graves? Are those 6 foot holes meant for them? And which four are destined to die and why? Will the house vanish as quickly as it appeared, swallowing up a mystery that only the dead know?

A night of horror and a nightmare only the Devil himself could suffer! There's no escape nor redemption in...

THE HOUSE THAT HELL BIRTHED!

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from The Score​-​Off Scores, released January 30, 2009

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Straight from the depths of an undisclosed Twin Cities basement location. Graduate of the Harry Nilsson School of Non-Touring, John Mapes does the music for you!

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