Could a land be so haunted that the residents of any houses or apartments built on that land are doomed? We’ve all heard about the possessed house in Amityville, but are you ready for the horrors of Hubertson?
The supernatural occurrences at Hubertson and the land it is built on are subtle, but that doesn’t mean the happenings aren’t deadly. There is a reason that the title of this story is My Cold Kentucky Home.
A young girl hears mysterious voices that no one else does. Her parents thought the voices were just her imagination. They really should have taken what their daughter told them more seriously.
The legend of the Pope Lick Monster is brought into this tale. Is this monster real or is it a figment of peoples’ imaginations? Some teenage boys set out to find out the truth about this creature. For one of them, things don’t turn out so well.
A woman goes back to the house she grew up in once her mother dies. Unfortunately, she makes the mistake of leaving her cell phone in the car.
Everything that happens does so at Hubertson and the land it sits on. What happened in the past to cause this land hold such power over the people who live on it? I don’t think that I would enjoy living on that piece of land.
This great story was written by a Kentucky author. Lori A. Moore tells a great creepy story. Her writing is easy to understand and not bogged down by excessive description. The ending is left open for a creepy sequel that I hope she writes. And her dedication was awesome!
If you are looking for a chilling story on a rainy afternoon or in the darkness of night, My Cold Kentucky Home is short enough to be read in just a few hours.
I was sent a copy of this story in exchange for an honest review. If you would like your own copy of this story, I have provided an Amazon link below.
Amazon link: My Cold Kentucky Home
Nearly all teenagers in the county had heard of the half-man, half-goat who allegedly lived beneath the trestle and would attack visitors who dared invade his space.
New Word Learned:
antiphonal – sung or recited in alternation
About the Author:
Lori A. Moore is an award-winning author and professor who doesn’t take herself too seriously and believes her greatest gift to be silliness. A public speaker and consultant, Lori has four graduate degrees in business. Lori, her husband, and their cat, Grady, live in Louisville, KY. An avid traveler, she has explored much of the globe, finding and bringing silliness to all places.