Deep in the woods, married cousins Eugene and Edith lived and worked on Harris Farms with their twin boys, Elmer and Ernest, and their beautiful little girl Clara. These married cousins from generations of incest loved their children and sheltered them for their safety.
Clara was the only family member who appeared normal, which gave the rest of the family hope for acceptance in the nearby town. The townspeople believed the family had kidnapped Clara and were raising her in a torturous hell, so they harassed the family relentlessly over these myths that the entire town obsessed over.
When Eugene’s daughter went missing, he immediately went to the town for help. The town turned their backs on the disfigured family once again and avoided contact with them. Eugene’s search for Clara only revealed to him how disgusted the town was by the family’s existence.
After years of searching, Eugene realized the townspeople who harassed him and his family had kidnapped his beautiful girl. Something in the entire family just snapped. The disfigured family lost their will to live and gave in to their dark desires. This proved to create unsettling living conditions, and grotesque ways of survival. They lived off the land and became the disgusting breed the town had already feared.
Wade Harris and his henchmen are waiting to greet you at Harris Farms with their Southern Inhospitality.
Will you survive your encounter with the disfigured hell living inside the farmhouse or will your visit turn horrid as you witness the breeds savage ways?
Welcome home... and enjoy your stay.
In 1809 famine covered the villages in Crow Valley. No one knew the cause. Some said the soil had become defiled. Others blamed the infamous curse. No matter the cause, all suffered the hardship, except for the Brown Family. Their farm flourished and seemed unaffected. The family claimed it was a secret fertilizer they made themselves.
Jeb Brown, the patriarch, had a shop in the village where he and his wife sold scarecrows to other farmers, claiming it would help. As time went by, travelers and even some villagers began to disappear. Rumors swirled around the Brown family and their scarecrows. Whispers about the scarecrows hunting and killing people, standing guard over the farm spread throughout the village. Were these scarecrows the true secret to the Brown's bountiful harvest?
It is late 1929 and the Harris Family Funeral Home is a bustle of activity much like it used to be. Back in the late 1800s, Charles Harris, along with his wife and many children, turned the family mansion into a Funeral Home. All was well until the infamous day that Charles' wife and several children all, but two, tragically perished under mysterious circumstances. The remaining 2 children were taken away by the state and put into an orphanage. The business slowly declined as well as Charles himself. As he struggled to keep the business afloat, stories about the funeral home being haunted kept customers at bay. Those that came to grieve their loved ones found themselves terrified by the eerie sightings and encounters with ghostly figures.
Some claimed to have heard children laughing and playing when there wasn't any around. Some claimed to hear the sound of small bells ringing in the graveyard when there was no wind. There were rumors that Charles himself had killed his family, earning him the nickname of "The Reaper". Business had almost dried up and Mr. Harris was on the verge of being shut down due to his "loosened" practices. Until, an opportunity arose to redeem the funeral home: the death of Sir Henry's Bride. This high-profile funeral was exactly the kind of publicity Charles needed. If he can convince the public and the inspectors that he is still capable, the funeral home will remain open. But will the haunting of the past be too much for The Reaper to bear?
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