Welcome to Haver-Towne. The sedate colonial lodge is the precise position the place Stew Fanshawe can escape from all of it for some time. yet rather than discovering tranquility and self-reflection, Stew reveals whatever even more targeted: a city that was steeped in a quagmire of witchcraft, satanic debauchery, and centuries-old occult technological know-how. certainly, Haver-Towne has a so much colourful heritage: A warlock who sires childrens along with his personal daughter, childrens for use for whatever a ways worse than sacrifice. A witch whose carnal abandon and sheer diabolism stagger even the main demented imaginations. And a 300-year-old mansion in whose partitions are embalmed the infernal mystery of…Witch-Water. “What the hell is witch-water?” Fanshawe asks himself that first day he’d heard the macabre observe, but if he unearths out, he’ll want he by no means had. His interest unlocks one morbid mystery after one other, and divulges a historical past of erotopathic witches, wicked covens, sick-in-the-head sexuality, and the main gruesome approach to execution ever devised. subscribe to Edward Lee in his over-the-top modern day tribute to vintage horror scribe M.R. James, a unique of immemorial curses, demonic lust, and completely unmitigated evil.