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Low-life, carny Bunny Gibbons wants nothing more then to corner the market on horror shows. Using the inheritance left by his deceased mother, he purchases the actual sedan of serial killer Ed Gein. His dream is to be the main attraction at the carnival, but his one-man act just isn’t drawing the crowds he’d imagined. The car is always having problems, and the other workers in the carnival start whispering about Gibbon’s unexplainable bad luck. They seem to think the car is cursed.
The Mad Butcher of Plainfield’s Chariot of Death
About the Author
Adam Howe is a British writer of fiction and screenplays. He lives in Greater London with his partner, their daughter, and a hellhound named Gino. Writing as Garrett Addams, his short story Jumper was chosen by Stephen King as the winner of the international On Writing contest, and published in the paperback and Kindle editions of King’s book; he was also granted an audience with The King, where the mostly discussed slow versus fast zombies. His short fiction has been published in places like Nightmare Magazine, Thuglit, Mythic Delirium, and One Buck Horror. He is the author of Tijuana Donkey Showdown, Gator Bait, and two novella collections, Die Dog or Eat the Hatchet, and Black Cat Mojo. He is currently working on the occult thriller, Scapegoat, and the novel, One Tough Bastard.