|Darkness, Tell Us (1991) [Novel]|
by Richard Laymon
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(From the publisher):
It starts at an end-of-term party. Six college kids and a Ouija board. The board that Professor Correen Dalton had hidden at the back of the cupboard and sworn never to touch again - not after Jake's death. And now here are these kids falling for the revelations of a spirit called Butler, swallowing its promises of a fortune hidden in the mountains. Not that Corie believes they would be stupid enough to head off into the wilderness on the say-so of a child's plaything. To embark on a two-day hike into the unknown where any foul danger may lie in wait to cut and slice and tear them limb from limb. But then, professor or not, Corie could be wrong...
Original title: Darkness, Tell Us
Genre: Fiction→ Horror→ The occult and Supernatural