The Crying House by Jillian Osborn

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In 1945, Tristian and Josie O’Brien settle into a perfect haven located in the ancestry town of Roscrea, Ireland—unaware that their new home hides a dark and disheartening secret. Five years later, as the once clouded truth of the home’s past begins to reveal itself, the O’Briens suddenly find themselves witnessing shocking visions of past atrocities.
As the couple is plagued by horrifying apparitions that reenact the terrifying struggles and frightening abuse that once took place in their house, their fear begins to grow as they soon realize that the supernatural forces will stop at nothing to achieve total control. A ghostly raven repeatedly scrapes its beak against the window in the dark of the night; a ghostly man stalks a filthy wench while sounds of breaking glass echoes throughout the walls; and a candle bursts, sending hot wax everywhere. The O’Briens are living an ethereal nightmare.
When they launch an investigation into the fate of the original owners, they rapidly discover that the spirits of the dead will never rest until they receive help from the living.
 

About Jillian Osborn

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JILLIAN OSBORNwas raised in Indiana, just outside of Chicago, where she still resides today. She enjoys dabbling in metaphysics and is a fan of folklore and mythology.
 
Published March 4, 2011 by iUniverse. 312 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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