A family moves into a haunted house where there have been previous connections. Slowly the love and sharing between the husband and wife deteriorates, the children begin to be bothered by ghostly apparitions and have dreadful nightmares. The husband deserts the family, the American Indian grandfather steps in to share his vast knowledge and help his daughter solve the mystery in the tunnel that leads to the underground river beneath the house.
Senta Smith, a successful lawyer, and Jason, her brother who is problematic, take their terminally ill father Jeremiah, to an extraordinary island where inhabitants live in an atmosphere of high spirituality and miracles. Patients and islanders alike are cured of every imbalance, by dream therapy, angel assisted surgery, and special healing at the temple where Father Cabis and Lady Scouris have been for a hundred years, having accompanied the boy king, Kauloloan into exile. Visitors want to remain forever in the beauty of the self-sufficient island, where a sense of healing community and belonging is unsurpassed. The mystery and secrets of the island are finally disclosed to our favorite guests, some of whom are permanently healed and a few even find love amid the interaction of angels and archangels, who have made the island a special earthly project. The Screenplay of my book was highly praised by “DreamWorks.)
Mery finally agrees to accompany her new friend Lizzy to retrieve the gold hidden there a hundred years ago when two brothers robbed a train and escaped with gold. The haunted, mysterious, deadly Superstitions reject much of what the women try to accomplish and punish them severely. The caravan of men and animals is drastically reduced by torturous means and few survive. The mountain is sacred to the Apaches, but who is committing the horrors?