“I found that place where heaven and earth meet. I found the place where angels dance and love is all around.” This place stinks from a sewer drain running through it. The homes all look run-down, and these people look so poor. The paperwork says that they are all crazy. Mr. Michael Marshall goes out to investigate and find out, finally, what is really going on there. After only a brief time, Mr. Marshall was already referring to the place as Crazy Street. There were many strange things going on there. A dedicated man, he investigates, no matter how bad the conditions. It becomes a vendetta for him to discover the truth behind all the rumors of Crazy Street. It looked like an evil town full of devil worshippers, but after spending time there, Mr. Marshall was forever changed. He walked away from Crazy Street a new man.
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What was the secret of Crazy Street? What kind of place is it that chews up an investigator like Michael Marshall? Why, of all places on earth, would angels want to reside there? Enter only if you are willing to experience the transformation that only a trip to Crazy Street can give you.