The western-horror story is far older than what most of us would even consider the west. For generations the American Indians told dark tales of their own, of spider women, skin-walkers, cannibals, witches, and thunderbirds. When white men ventured into the west, they learned some of these nightmarish stories from the natives, and brought or created their own as well - tales told around campfires of mournful ghosts, vengeful spirits, and terrible monsters native to the wild, new land west of the Mississippi. That's where Edge of Sundown comes in. This collection brings tales that visit the darker regions of the west, the places steeped in myth, legend, and blood.
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