Dea Poirier's Fiction Set In A Real School With A History Of 111 Years Of Horror
Ep: 143 The Dozier Schools for Boys in Florida closed in 2011 after operating for over a century. Touched by its' history where cruelty, torture, and death, occurred, Dea Poirier felt compelled to write her chilling thriller After You Died, a fictional story set at the real school where the horrific events occurred. She and Brad also chat about Godzilla, exorcism, and image free thinking. Heavy topics in a light-hearted interview.
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