Thursday, December 11, 2014


State Of Horror: New Jersey is an eclectic collection of superb horror tales, all of them happening in New Jersey. I was born and raised in the state, and I know a lot of the lore and legends. New Jersey is much more than a corridor between Philadelphia and New York City. It just so happens to be home to the most haunted road in the world: Clinton Road. I lived close to the road and ran on it a lot. There are things there too hard to explain.

The super authors here tell their tales of horror taking place from one end of the state to the other. Many legends; many stories; many things that howl in the night. Read this fantastic collection and you will find out. This is the perfect Holiday gift. Especially if you have friends or family in New Jersey. Make them shiver with delight. Your gift will produce a special warmth in their heart.

Jerry E. Benns, owner of Charon Coin Press, the Publisher, rounded up thirteen super authors to share some terror with you. Great job, Jerry!

Blaze McRob

Book Description

August 24, 2014

The birth of a devil in the 18th century resonates in today’s world. A storm hits a small mountain town and the resident must evacuate, where will they go? Visit a zoo unlike any you have experienced. The sins of the past haunt the present in a once thriving industrial town. Discover what lies beneath the boardwalk. Take a walk down memory lane as a woman is haunted by that thing she most loved. Escaping from a zombie hoard may not be the worst danger you face. What does it really mean to “Keep it Jersey”?

Join us as we explore the modern interpretation of folklore, culture, and the uniqueness that is New Jersey through 13 tales of horror.

Stories by:
Scott M. Goriscak, Frank J. Edler, Armand Rosamilia, Julianne Snow, C.I. Kemp, T. Fox Dunham, Christian Jensen, Eli Constant, Blaze McRob, Diane Arrelle, Margaret Colton, Nathanael Gass, and Tim Baker

5.0 out of 5 stars This is a great collection of highly talented authors, October 23, 2014
I'm not sure if I'm eligible to "Keep it Jersey", since I'm not from there, but if I could, I would! This is a great collection of highly talented authors. There are great laughs, surprise twists and creepy concepts. I never fancied myself a short story collection sort of reader, but State of Horror has definitely changed my mind.

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