The Country Home

It was a magnificent country home with a dark history. But the Williams didn’t care. They had one thought. Tripling their investment from this gold mine upon a hundred acres.

Ignoring the townspeople’s warnings, they sold everything and bought it.

A year later, time to cash in. The Williams listed the property. However, unlike them, the potential buyers heeded the warnings.  What they learned, horrifying.

This country mansion was once a single story brothel. Men would satisfy themselves and then dismember their victims. The remains were molded into lumber.

And of that lumber, the mansion still stands.

The Country Home by K. Saitta © 2015, A Walk In Verse

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