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A Native American Curse on the Land: The Haunting of the Hockomock Swamp.

By Lizmckeown1955 @WritersBoost
The Haunting of The Hockomock Swamp by [Kline, H.E.]
My husband and I attend Pow Wows and have a lot of respect for the Native American culture. When I see crime shows in which a Native American's demise is mixed with a hate crime and when I read about Native American's having to get new reservation I.D.s in order to vote within 10 days of an election, it makes me sick.
Three hundred years ago, violence against Native Americans was the norm in the Colonial United States. In the Haunting of the Hockomock Swamp, one Native American stands up to the Colonists and leaves a haunted legacy.
Against the beautiful backdrop of the largest swamp in Southeastern Massachusetts, a captivating tale of mystery, magic, and murder. The Wampanoag people gave the swamp its name, with Hockomock meaning "place where spirits dwell." Devil's Swamp is what English settlers of Colonial times named it, and this is the story of an urban legend, the great Wampanoag sachem: Metacom or "King Philip," whose ghostly shapeshifter spirit still freely roams the dark, murky waters of The Hockomock Swamp ...

Young children suffering the unthinkable. A bewildering investigation. Janie Williams is living her dream as a newbie investigative reporter until she finds herself intrigued by a three-centuries-old Native American shapeshifter who is a terror to behold and is wreaking havoc! 

As the investigation expands and horrifying answers begin to emerge, she falls head over heels with her crazy sexy hot colleague and mentor Alan Needle. But what Janie could never imagine is that her efforts to solve this mystery will uncover the deepest betrayal, blood, and tragedy America has ever seen.

History can never be erased. Perhaps when your children are haunted and plagued by a mysterious illness, it is not a result of biology or science but a vengeful spirit of the past using your children as a medium for the truth.

And it's only 99 cents!
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