The sequel to Dead Park Plaza has arrived, and the tales from Dead Park are grislier than ever.
Built on land that once housed the Lead Park Munitions Plant, former employees have come forward to tell of monsters, murder, and mayhem on the neighborhood office building. Now, for the first time, the truth can also be told about the shopping mall adjacent to Dead Park Plaza.
It’s certainly strange enough that a mall built in the 1980s would have not only a video arcade but a Radio Shack in this day and age. But where else will you hear stories of murderous clowns, mind-controlling arcade games, chainsaw-toting homecoming queens, vindictive puppets, and vampires who like a little blood in their frozen yogurt?
Authorities tried for many years to keep the creepy goings on at The Shops (or is it Shoppes?) at Lead Park a secret. This spooky and ghoulishly clever follow up to Dead Park Plaza dares to ask more questions about this creepy little town. Where is all this evil coming from? Who is behind it? And why would anyone risk their lives shopping there?
The Shops at Dead Park await you, and prices aren’t the only thing being slashed! If you think it sucks to work in Dead Park, wait ’til you go shopping.
“Froyo From Hell.” While trying to get his life together, a young froyo artist meets a mysterious woman.
“The Fortune Cookie.” A young woman’s wildest dream comes true, but it’s not the one she was expecting.
“The Arcade.” Did a mysterious video game lead a ten year old boy to commit three horrific murders?
“Mr. Puppet.” A group of teenagers try to unravel the secret of the toy store’s star attraction.
“The Jokester.” When the computer repairman is arrested on charges of fraud, a strange confession arrives in the inbox of the local police.
“Selectakiller.” An antiquated home video device hidden in the back of the video rental store unleashes unspeakable horrors on the mall.
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