Welcome to Dead Oaks.
The New Home of Fear!
Something strange is happening in the sleepy, little, town of Dead Oaks, N.C. Tales of disappearances, strange deaths, murder, and mayhem have been passed down through the town’s history and are now used as scary tales to keep local children behind locked doors at night. Still, it all continues. Whatever sinister force that has its claws into Dead Oaks is still there, and it wants nothing more than to claim the town as its own.
Six Years Ago
Hikers, campers, and even locals had been disappearing around Dead Oaks Lake. Some claimed the ghost of a local man who went missing years before was the reason. During a neighborly camping get together, Tiffany Sellers vanished in the middle of the night. Mia Evans was the only witness. What she saw that night sent her family far from Dead Oaks in hopes of escaping the evil surrounding the town.
Mia, and her twin sister Tia have come back to their family’s cabin by the lake. Their hopes? To finally put the past behind them and reconnect with old friends for a Halloween bash to remember. As an unexpected snow storm strands the twins and their friends, they find themselves fighting to survive not only the storm but whatever is haunting the lake. Soon they realize, in Dead Oaks, sometimes the past should just stay buried.
Strange things always seem to happen in Dead Oaks. Disappearances, strange deaths, and even murder has plagued the sleepy, mountain town. Sixty years ago, a young girl locked away one of the evils that threatened the town. Over the years, that evil has waited, biding its time till the day it could once again be unleashed…
Hannah McAllister wants to spend her 16th birthday hanging out with her friends. Finding the perfect party game, an old Ouija board, she plans an amazing night. Little do the girls know this is no ordinary game. There are rules that must be followed…
Rules are made for all to obey
Heed them well before you play
Invite a friend into the game
Or your very soul it will claim
Be polite and say good bye
Lest someone shall surely die
Can they survive the terror they have awakened or will the Ouija win?
Tiffany Reynolds has heard enough about the creepy scarecrow her brother and his friends made to enter in the local craft fair. The more she sees it, the stranger it seems. Sometimes it’s in different places, like it moves on its own. Its eyes seem to follow her around the room. Its face is becoming more terrifying. Something isn’t right with her brother’s new obsession but with her friends being stalked by something sinister lurking in the shadows, Tiffany has other things to worry about. Who is the night stalker of Dead Oaks and who will be the next to meet their end?
Curse of the Candy Corn Queen
Twenty years ago Mary Donovan was crowned the Candy Corn Queen of the Dead Oaks Harvest Festival. Twenty-four hours later, she was found dead and hanged on the very stage where she was crowned. Over the years, attempts have been made to crown a new queen, but each has been met with tragedy. Now, the little town of Dead Oaks needs something uplifting to bring everyone together. Can the Harvest Festival help put the past behind them or will the curse of the Candy Corn Queen be reborn? Will love be what it takes to finally break the curse?
Slither: A Dead Oaks Terrors Tail
Something dangerous is loose in Dead Oaks, N.C.
Its body is powerful.
Its movement is silent.
Its bite is deadly.
Can Tia Evans and her twin sister Mia stop the creature stalking the mountain town?
Or will they become its latest prey?
Swarm: A Dead Oaks Twisted Terror
A new terror is plaguing Dead Oaks, NC.
Their stings are painful.
Their attacks are precise.
Their toxins are deadly.
Will Tia and her twin sister Mia stand a chance against the deadly horde hovering around Dead Oaks?
Or will the mountain town fall victim to a new queen and her army?
Oh, Deadly Night
A Dead Oaks Christmas Story
Christmas has come to the sleepy, little town of Dead Oaks. The children’s laughter fills the streets as the joy of the season distracts the townspeople of the horrors they have recently faced. But joy never lasts long in Dead Oaks.
Christmas Eve night doesn’t bring the gifts and happiness they expect. Instead, something evil walks the streets while the town slumbers. It has come home for revenge. It feeds on their sadness. Most of all, it has returned for the children.
Will the darkest night in Dead Oaks history ever end or will the evil find a way to sleigh them all?