Book: An Ill Wind Cometh by Brian Bigelowcategories: Book, Ghost, Haunted, Poltergeist, Occult, Suspense, Eerie, Horror
Brian Bigelowabout this book: I began thinking a few months ago about the house we bought three years ago, the one my wife and I live in presently.
If it had been haunted back then, what would we have done?
I feel it's a very real possibility and that something like that could have happened. It's precisely the kind of thing that Karl and Sharon Peterson deals with in this book. There were also a lot of other questions that came to mind while I was creating it. What would they find when they started remodeling the house? It also wasn't my intention to copy any of the numerous movies that are out, and I didn't. I really did try to look at it with a fresh prospective. At the same time, I was trying to instill the same kinds of feelings as a movie like, "Poltergeist," does and also the suspense elements you see in the films of Alfred Hitchcock.
From a review: "It is an old house full of noises and creeks and since I have finished the book I still look over my shoulder if I heard such a noise myself. This is serious horror, gruesome and creepy."
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