I live in southern Ohio, where there is no shortage of reputedly haunted roads, and roads that are the sources of various urban legends.
ELEVEN MILES OF NIGHT is the ultimate haunted road tale: Herein you’ll find demons that disguise themselves as little girls, hellhounds, and an undead witch that haunts a covered bridge.
You’ll also encounter trees and scarecrows that come to life, and a red-eyed creature that hovers near the edge of the woods.
I’ll admit it: I had fun packing the monsters and urban legends into this novel.
I also enjoyed the characters: Jason Kelley is a young man who wants to achieve his dream of becoming a documentary filmmaker. But to claim his next big break, he has to walk down eleven miles of the most terrifying two-lane highway in Ohio, the so-called Shaman’s Highway.
Even before the horror begins, Jason already has a lot on his mind: He has to sort out what he will do about his dysfunctional but clingy parents, and the young woman who has captured his heart but demands more than he is (perhaps) capable of giving.
Oh, and during his walk down the Shaman’s Highway, he has an unexpected encounter with another young man who may turn out to be just as dangerous as the supernatural threats.
Welcome to ELEVEN MILES OF NIGHT!