A chilling epistolary psychological horror that will keep you guessing, even after the final page.
Twenty-five years ago, Elmbridge High burned down. Five people were killed . . . and one pupil, Carly Johnson, disappeared. Carly had a troubled background and had been under psychiatric care following the deaths of her parents.
Now a diary has been found in the ruins of the school. The diary asserts that Carly had an alter ego, Kaitlyn, who only came out at night. The diary belongs to Kaitlyn.
Re-opened police records, psychiatric reports, and a fellow-pupil's video diary of the time suggest that Kaitlyn may really have existed. But why did so few people know her? What did she have to do with the death of Carly's parents? And why were the only people to acknowledge her existence either dead or not talking?
These are the secrets and horror awaiting in the Dead House.