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KatrinaRose01
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Registered: ‎02-01-2011
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Do you have a thirst for the unusual?

What's Connects about? 
1.  Haunted House
2.  19 Year Old Secret
3.  Psychic who digs for the
truth
4.  Drugs
5.  Possession
6.  Murder Cover Up?
7.  Overdose
8.  Ghosts
9.  Dreams
10. The Truth
Connects  Connects:   The house, it's haunted, and it possess a nineteen year old secret that everyone in the small country town tried to forget, until Abigail began to dream about the drug dealer’s wife found dead on the railroad tracks, eight months after she bought the country house originally owned by a drug dealer, except Abigail’s dream revealed something else about how she died.
     Even more bizarre was the fight for survival as Abigail found herself fighting for her life, as one of the ten wandering spirits on her property tried to posses her. It could be anyone of the spirits which lingered within the walls of her home, from the drug dealer’s wife found dead on the railroad tracks, or the nude overdosed woman found dead on the drug dealer’s driveway. Or it could be one of the historical spirits trying to possess Abigail. Whoever the spirit is trying to possess Abigail one or more of the spirits has a connection to the number 21, and so does Abigail.
     Except nineteen years later, new information has begun to surface that this drifter up from Florida, who had overdosed, was actually held at gun point at the time of her death. The truth was slowly revealed as Abigail continued to dream of these two women whose past intertwined with Abigail's present.
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Re: Do you have a thirst for the unusual?

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Here's the link to Katrina's book!