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Blairsden... Nun Worthy

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In 1968, two young boys, Andy Gratton and Clay Ortmann discover a horrific, dark secret about an order of creepy, clandestine nuns they deliver groceries to. After a frightening caveat to stay far away from the ominous Blairsden on the mountain from the deranged, weird town recluse; "Thatcher". The boys take no heed, and witness a heinous evil that would change their lives forever. Soon after, twelve (12) kids mysteriously drown in the large, murky lake behind the estate. The eerie nuns cryptically vanish. Generated from his hands-on revelation, Andy cooks up a scary campfire story more so to impress a girl amidst their fire blazed circle. A story that would become a popular NJ urban Legend, even 36 years later in the high school he's now a well-liked history teacher at. Nightmares prompt needed closure for the tormented emotionally plagued Gratton, he ventures to the semi-dilapidated estate with 5 of his students, an erudite professor of parapsychology (Dr. Amy Kwon) from N.Y.U. And a renown Native American psychic (Santoz Hawksblood) in what is disguised as a textbook history field trip.

Upon their arrival at the sinister stately villa atop the mountain, the strange and the paranormal escalate, starting with psychic research, left behind abhorrent, cursed clues of unfinished human sacrifices, a hypnotizing unearthed opened portal on the back property that reeked like rotting corpses, demonic dreams, diabolical delusions, and the manifestations of trapped spirits (good and evil) come to life to those who have the supernatural sight. Overwhelmed by his telltale fable unraveling right under his nose, Gratton confides with his long-lost buddy, Clay Ortmann (now a local cop) who had vanished in the scotch bottle depths of sorrow and anguished memories of which he kept dead bolted deep in the recesses of his dampened cranium.

Gratton finally reveals that he maybe the original author of the legend of Blairsden that he so methodically concealed since that harrowing day at the front gate. To the group's soul-busting shock, meshed with perplexed dubious astonishment, Dani (psychic goth phenom student) also divulges her paranormal communications with a young, aquatic apparition, possibly one of Gratton's childhood friends, who just might be the last (12) drowning victims from 1968.

The teacher's nightmares hint that the Superior Sister Angela might be his biological mother - but how? And how does his very words, near verbatim, have the power to come to pass? Students begin to disappear in the most bizarre, mystifying ways, but are they truly gone or just mistaken? Andy grows a psychic, prophetic sense, but will it help or only facilitate the gruesome demise of all his students and guests? The satanic ritual that began in 1968 (The birth of the original satanic bible) pledged for the blood of its' own. Sealed with the twelve (12) sacrifices of the most sterile, innocent blood - also mimicking the number of Christ's disciples - but whose blood is required? An epic battle near the end fulfills a form of biblical prophesy from the books of Joel, Daniel, and Revelation, and the absolute realization and evidence of the spiritual power around and within us... starting in the flesh -

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