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August 13 , 2007

Dance of the Ne-ak-i Ka-che-na


Newspaper reporter Michael Jones left the busy life of Chicago for a small town in the Mid-West, but the slower pace he sought is tested quickly by a series of taunting, unexplainable nightmares.

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