Beleth Station

Beleth Station
by Samantha Kolesnik and Bryan Smith

Beleth Station has seen better days, days long since lost to time. 

A tiny dot on the map beyond a two-hour drive to any one city. It’s a forgotten place to all except the unfortunate souls who were born there, folks who are barely hanging on and will likely never leave.

Beleth Station was once a thriving town in the Pennsylvania mountains, but ever since the Medallion Paper Mill closed, things haven’t been the same. Rumors spread of cancer clusters and benzene in the local water supply, but Medallion went bankrupt before an investigation could conclude. Now the town’s inhabitants—descendents of the old mill workers, make do in industries that are less than savory, and what remains of the mill is just a vacant haunt where bored teenagers like to wander at night, either hoping to scare the piss out of their buddies, or looking for a quiet corner to get laid. Of course, it’s also home to a few vagrants, some looking to get blasted in peace and others with more predatory intentions.

Newly-in-love outsiders Krista Mabry and Nick Rawlison have seen better days, too, now that they’ve ended up in the seedy town of Beleth Station, where untold horrors await.

Authors Samantha Kolesnik and Bryan Smith present two unique tales of brutal terror in BELETH STATION, a novella duo featuring Kolesnik’s A Night to Remember and Smith’s The Gauntlet. Set in the same town and in a shared universe, Smith and Kolesnik present two sides of the same sordid coin as we follow lovebirds Nick and Krista into the heart of Beleth Station, where corruption and depravity reign.


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