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A Crying Shame Each night they emerged from the murky depths of the swamp to claim another victim a lovely, innocent, fertile female who would be carried off in huge hairy arms and plunged into a nightmare world of terror Her screams would echo in the darkness Her face would contort in the throes of horror and pain But once taken, each became a mother of an unholy child, a link in the chain of madness and evil, a spawn to carry on the devil s name


10 thoughts on “A Crying Shame

  1. Quentin Wallace Quentin Wallace says:

    This was a great read for fans of 80s horror I remember the old Zebra paperbacks with the skulls and skeletons on the cover, great reads and very creepy This one has the not so original kinky premise of monsters wanting human females for breeding purposes, usually hot y


  2. Laura Thomas Laura Thomas says:

    This was wicked creepy I love creatures with my horror and you get some new ones in this story.I tried to visualize them and came up with a cross between a bigfoot from the movie Sasquatch and the vampire creatures in Priest Probably not even close but that s scary enoug


  3. Sean Sean says:

    On the edge of a small Louisiana town lies a giant marshland known as the Crying Swamp, so called because sometimes the sound of women weeping can be heard within its murky depths Some say the swamp is haunted, but a few know the truth the Crying Swamp is home to a tribe


  4. Angela Crawford Angela Crawford says:

    I bought A Crying Shame because it was described as the prequel to Watchers In The Woods, my favorite horror story by William W Johnstone While it did take place before the events in Watchers I wouldn t really call it a prequel It waslike an earlier, less pulled together v


  5. Chrissy54202 Chrissy54202 says:

    William W Johnstone was one of must read authors, back in the late 80 s and early 90 s I especially liked his horror stories I was pleasantly surprised to find most of them available on Kindle, and an slowly doing a reread of them I don t remember reading this one, possibly


  6. Mel Mel says:

    This book is fun Missing links some good, some not live in the swamp As they have for years The younger generation males are somewhat rogue What follows is a book that is a little creepy, and folk lore like I do think there might be things in the swamps of the South that we


  7. larry brashear larry brashear says:

    Outstanding I truly enjoyed this story and it is exciting and interesting all the way through It is well written and edited with proper grammar use.


  8. Barbara Lee Wood Barbara Lee Wood says:

    THE SWAMP IS ALIVE Not bad for a mostly western writer It s interestingly eerie and intriguing It also makes you go hum hum maybe all these stories we ve heard that have been circulating around for centuries may have some truthwho knows


  9. Sherrie Lynn Grimes Sherrie Lynn Grimes says:

    GoodIt was a very good monster story full of action from the start unlike other books I have read enjoyed


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