by John Irvin

A commentary by John Irvin


“My name’s Conner Schez and I’m dead.”

Short Description:

Ghosts, wraiths, and the Queen of Doom, this Emergency Room isn’t your normal ER.

Follow Conner, Alice, and their friends as they end up uncovering a sorceress’s plot to take control of the hospital and perhaps the rest of the world. 

When you wake up to find your body lying at your feet and discover you’re a ghost, what do you do? Conner Schez finds himself in this dilemma and needs his friends’ help to tear open this mystery. 

Alice has the power to open portals to other worlds, she calls these portals “Rabbit Holes.” But when Conner come to her for help, she opens a portal and finds out, a little white rabbit doesn’t come out. It’s something totally different.

Doom Through the Rabbit Hole (A Paranormal Comedy) by John Irvin

            This was one of those fun-purely-for-enjoyment adventures. I love paranormals and during the time I worked in the Emergency Room, there were times when my coworkers were certain there was a ghost in one of the rooms.

            This was the spark to this short little humorous dilly. I think it’s actually my very first paranormal comedy taken from the point of the view of a ghost.

            If you want a chuckle or a giggle, maybe this short novella will make you smile?

Click this link to go check it out: DOOM THROUGH THE RABBIT HOLE.

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