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Abandonment Photography Magazine Series
Volume One: Leadville, Colorado
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Thirteen letters tell the heartbreaking story of survival not only between a man in a sanatorium but also his wife raising their four kids during the great depression.
Benjamin Franklin Mollenhour was born on October 25, 1889 in Mentone, Indiana. Working as an auto mechanic, he enlisted in the United States Army at the age of twenty-seven. He was sent to France to fight in the trenches enduring mustard gas attacks and after the War, he returned to live in Missouri and met Lulu Link. They married and had four children. Sadly, soon after, Benjamin came down with tuberculosis due in part to the War. He was sent to Fort Lyon Sanatorium in Colorado for treatment. This memoir includes thirteen letters from Benjamin to Lulu between 1929 and 1930. Reading his letters, the sorrow can be felt from within him when all he wanted was to be at home, help raise the children and work to support his family. Through the letters, his hope faded and at the end, he realized he would never work again and wanted to see his family once more. Through his short stay at the hospital and his deteriorating state, Lulu and their four young children struggled and once Benjamin returned home, he died soon after on August 19, 1930.
Not only can a camera freeze time, if only for a slight second, but a camera can also recreate haunting memories – if cursed by an evil psychic who murders for fame and money.
Marshall Withers became a renowned detective after capturing a psychic who had been killing certain clients to show his accuracy when predicting their deaths. Not soon after, Marshall’s partner in the police force is killed by a mobster hitman. Marshall teams up with Salman to perform one last murder and kill the hitman but after the deed, Marshall takes back his word to Salman. Being a true psychic, Salman knew Michael would and places a curse not on Marshall, but his family. After Marshall’s death following cancer, his son, Michael, finds a camera but when opening the camera, he finds a note written by his dad – a note warning him of future carnage. Michael begins using the camera which in itself, forces the film to recreate horror and bring up the curse of Salman. Through many untimely deaths and much violence, the truth is revealed but it’s too late. The ending is near but the truth reveals a dark past for the family’s new beginning.
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Violet's life changes the day the Taylor Brothers Carnival comes to town. She meets Kit, a seemingly normal man who carries a dark past. His easy smile and warm charm convinces Violet and her family to attend the carnival. Kit watches them walk away and tears fill his eyes. What comes next must happen, for his plan is already underway.
Nightmares trouble Violet in the nights leading up to the carnival featuring vivid and frightening images. Disturbed but unknowingly of what's happening, she goes with her family to the carnival anyway and they board Kit's ride where she blacks out. A voice in her mind whispers foul deeds. Violet is forced to obey. Fearful his plan will be discovered, Kit continues his mental assaults on Violet. Working with a man he trusts, Kit struggles moreover when a twist of events occurs. Violet begins the fight for her life as she struggles with a major loss as well as Kit's constant assault on her mind. She doesn't know how it will end, but she does know that she will never be the same again. Carnival Ride is available via Amazon and online via other major retailers as well as Ingram for wholesalers.
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