THE "DEAD MEN DO TELL TALES" SERIES' MOST TERRIFYING BOOK SO FAR!
SUFFER THE CHILDREN
Available to order! "It's the book," author Troy Taylor says, "That gave him nightmares while writing it in 2018." It's a collection of American horrors that delves into the murders, mysteries, and myriad of ghosts left behind by the monsters who prey on the most innocent victims. It's the most terrifying book that Troy has ever written -- especially for parents -- and we're asking you not to read it if you're faint of heart. This might not be the book for you! But if you dare, you can order your copy by going to the online store!
Dead Men Do Tell Tales Series
SUFFER THE CHILDREN
AMERICAN HORRORS, HOMICIDES AND HAUNTINGS
BY TROY TAYLOR (2018)
There have been monsters among us, lurking in the darkest corners of America, preying on children, since the first settlers arrived on our shores. They have always been with us, stalking the innocent, from the days of the original colonies, to the Gilded Age, the Depression, and beyond. These monsters are not the stuff of fiction – they are bloodcurdlingly real – and they still walk today, always looking for their next victim. In this chilling book by author Troy Taylor, he shines a light on the darkest tales of horror and hauntings from American history and presents a terrifying collection of dark crimes perpetrated against our most tender victims – our children.
His most disturbing book yet includes nightmarish tales from the nineteenth century -- when the “good old days” were never good – like the “Monster of the North Wood,” the Pocasset Horror and the Girl in the Cellar, and continues into the modern day with accounts of the Kluxen Woods, America’s first school massacre, Wineville Chicken Coop Murders, “Babes of Inglewood,” Suzanne Degnan, the Girl Scout Camp Massacre, the “Perfect Murder” of Bobby Franks, and many more.
Traveling from America's largest cities to the smallest towns and the most remote areas, this is a terrifying look at the darkest side of American history and a chilling glimpse into the minds of monsters.
Be warned – this is not a book for the faint of heart! These are tales contain some brutal, agonizing, and terrifying scenes of horror. It is not for those easily disturbed and if you are bothered by the subject of this book, then it is not the book for you. Seriously – don’t read it.
And don’t say we didn’t warn you.