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The Journals of Eleanor Druse: My Investigation of the Kingdom Hospital Incidentby Eleanor Druse
Synopses & Reviews
The fascinating and terrifying exploration into the supernatural that inspired Stephen King's much-anticipated ABC-TV series, Stephen King's Kingdom Hospital.
The newly built Kingdom Hospital in Lewiston, Maine, is one of the most technologically advanced hospitals in the country. Unfortunately, it was erected on the site of a terrible tragedy — a textile mill fire that killed dozens of workers, mostly children. And it appears that beneath the sheen of the new construction and scientific innovations of The Kingdom, an indecipherable and primal evil lurks — and the soul of a trapped and helpless child cries out for solace.
In the tradition of the terrifying novels of Stephen King, Eleanor Druse makes her thrilling debut with this suspenseful exploration into the supernatural. King has adapted the journals into a 15-hour ABC television movie series, with episodes to air from February through May 2004.
About the Author
Eleanor Druse is a career spiritualist who has devoted her time recently to organizing these journals for publication. She lives outside of Lewiston, Maine.
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