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Shortly, before leaving work for the day, George received a call from a distant relative telling him he was the sole heir of his great grandfather's castle in England.

"Wow, I've always dreamed of living in a castle ever since I was a little boy. This will give me time to work on my new novel about a haunted castle. I can't wait to tell Henrietta and the kids about our new found riches. We will have to leave by the end of the week to be in time for the reading of the will and sign all the appropriate documents," he said excitedly.

The whole family instantly fell in love with the castle and everything in it, but it wouldn't be long before their dreams would be shattered. Everything seemed fine for a few months. One day when the children were playing in the dungeon, one child came across an old book. They were amazed at the pictures of demons, witches, and ghouls as they flipped through the old pages. The cover of the book was too dusty to read, so they just kept gazing at the pictures. They ran across some words that were surely demonic, but the children didn't realize how powerful these words would be when read aloud. These words would end up destroying the whole family and everything that is cursed in these castle walls.

As the children read the ancient incantation, the thunder got louder and screams and moans could be heard within the castle walls. Henrietta went searching frantically through the castle to find her children, but there was no sign of either child. It was as if the castle had opened up and swallowed them whole. The children didn't realize the words they had read were from the ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead. It was thought by the local villagers to have been burned with the witch that practiced black magic from its pages.

There was no stopping the undead from the terror that was bestowed on George's family. George didn't have the strength or the will to stop undead's grasp of horror and macbre.

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