The Bury Box by Lee Andrew Forman has all the things I love in a classic creepy story. There are evil children, dysfunction and death and all of it takes place in a haunted house that, if I recall correctly, Lee says he actually lived in as a child. I’ll see if he won’t do an interview for us here and tell us about it in the near future. I can’t resist a real life haunting.

Graphic imagery and violence paint an ugly picture that is all too common in many households that aren’t haunted by something sinister. Add supernatural elements and you have a coke fueled rampage into mayhem that doesn’t stop until the final page is turned.

You can find The Bury Box by by Lee Andrew Forman here.


By Angela Yuriko Smith

Angela Yuriko Smith is a third-generation Ryukyuan-American, award-winning poet, author, and publisher with 20+ years in newspapers. Publisher of Space & Time magazine (est. 1966), two-time Bram Stoker Awards® Winner, and HWA Mentor of the Year, she shares Authortunities, a free weekly calendar of author opportunities at

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