B. J. Harrison Reads The Judge's House
A student arrives in a small town willing to find a quiet place where he can prepare for his exams. An old mansion seems like a great option for him. The locals warn him that strange things occur from time to time, but the student is not superstitious. He will however come to rethink his decision. Out of nowhere the house starts filling with rats. What is happening? Is there some logical explanation or he is really experiencing supernatural events? Find out the answers in "The Judge's House" by the master of horror, Bram Stoker.
- Stoker, Bram
- Harrison, B. J.
- Saga Egmont
- The Classic Tales with B. J. Harrison
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