Based on a true story, step inside the horror of one Brooklyn
apartment in the mid-1970s. Ham and Von are best friends, and they
believe they've found the opportunity of a lifetime-a cheap place
to live in New York City. Mysteriously, the apartment has not been
occupied in over forty years. They soon discover the reason for the
vacancy: it is apparently inhabited by a ghost.
Once settled in to their new home, the boys begin to notice wild
temperature changes and witness things flying around the room of
their own accord. They decide to call in a white witch to learn
more about the ghost by way of a late-night seance. But nothing is
quite as it seems in New York of the seventies. Surrounded by a
party mentality filled with drugs, sex, and music, the boys have
trouble fighting whatever haunts their home.
Soon, a friend with possible good intentions begins
experimenting with the Brazilian Old Religion, known as Macondo.
Brutality breaks out in their once peaceful Brooklyn neighborhood.
A beloved cat is donated to the white witch as a "familiar." The
two find their lives have been rapidly turned upside-down.
Based on the actual experiences of author Dennis Doph, "We Know
Too Much" is a story of terror, tough choices, and lasting
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Genre fiction >
Horror & ghost stories
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