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Some haunted houses are deathly still and wait for you. Others contain souls that awake hungry and come looking.
All sailors have stories to tell… but would he live to tell his?
A young sailor leaves his ship during a port call in Italy and meets a girl. She’s beautiful and seductive; far and away the most alluring woman he’s ever met. And she wants him. But he’s entered an old country. It is a land of ancient city-states, città morte… dead cities sprinkle the countryside. Once thriving and vital, now no one lives in them and the keening of the winds through the ruins are their only sounds. Even for towns and cities that live, in almost every one, there is a legend, sometimes distorted far from its origin, of a casa stregata… a haunted house. Some are deathly still, lonely cenotaphs, mere empty markers of some immoral past. Others contain souls that sleep awhile and awake… hungry.
A Few Reader Comments About The House of Sorrow & Pain
“Well that story just gave me a lovely chill up the back of my neck. Haha. Perfect…” –Dan S.
“If you haven’t read it, here’s another great story by Dennis Lowery. I love it.” –Sarah Odendahl
“Wow! A spooky but awesome provenance…” –Fay Handstock
“As with all of your stories Dennis Lowery, once I started reading it, I couldn’t put it down til I finished.” –Regina Dollar Castleberry
“Like an unpardonable sin your words read so sweet. 🙂 I like this very much, Dennis. Very nicely written.” –Michael Koontz
“Fantastic!!!! Love it. It is really good and the chills went all the way to me in Norway.” –Sylvia Sotuyo
“Yes, this definitely was felt in Colorado, too. Intriguing and intense.” –Margie Casados
“Fantastic story, Dennis. Kind of in the O. Henry vein.” –Jim Zumwalt