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Sheriff Jedediah Spade's Catalog of Netherworld Monstrosities

by Eric Muss-Barnes

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Deep inside, every child knows, there is far more magic and enchantment, hidden in the corners of the earth, than adults are willing to admit. Somewhere out there, mysterious coastlines are plundered by cursed pirate ships, woodlands shroud kingdoms and castles you can't find on any map, and deep in Old West mountain passes, gunfighters duel on forgotten stagecoach roads. All kids instinctively sense these wondrous places still exist, and if you muster the courage to venture over just the right sliver of the horizon, you will find lands of adventure, grownups pretend to know nothing about. When four gradeschool friends brave a quest into the desert, seeking such forbidden country, they learn our world is far bigger than they ever dreamed possible, and monsters under the bed are child's play, compared to the netherworld monstrosities lurking around ghosttowns.… (more)
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Deep inside, every child knows, there is far more magic and enchantment, hidden in the corners of the earth, than adults are willing to admit. Somewhere out there, mysterious coastlines are plundered by cursed pirate ships, woodlands shroud kingdoms and castles you can't find on any map, and deep in Old West mountain passes, gunfighters duel on forgotten stagecoach roads. All kids instinctively sense these wondrous places still exist, and if you muster the courage to venture over just the right sliver of the horizon, you will find lands of adventure, grownups pretend to know nothing about. When four gradeschool friends brave a quest into the desert, seeking such forbidden country, they learn our world is far bigger than they ever dreamed possible, and monsters under the bed are child's play, compared to the netherworld monstrosities lurking around ghosttowns.

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