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The Weird House - Based on the Legends of the Myrtles Plantation

By Waldon Volpiceli Alves
  • ISBN Code: : 152602070X
  • Publisher : EDITORA BIBLIOMUNDI SERVIÇOS DIGITAIS LTDA
  • Pages : 41
  • Category : Fiction
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Based on the legends of the Myrtles Plantation.St. Francisville, Louisiana. A family move in to a house where strange phenomenon start to happen. The christian symbols fail to expel the evil. Only one thing can save them: a religious image given to a girl, Ângela, the firstborn of the family, by an amerindian (Native American). However, beyond the evil that pursued her, the girl will have to face the religious prejudgement of your family that refuse to use the image to save them. Ângela will face her horror alone.

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