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Whistle at Night and They Will Come: Indigenous Horror Stories Volume 2 (Dark Tales)

Whistle at Night and They Will Come: Indigenous Horror Stories Volume 2 (Dark Tales)

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Publication Date: October 1st, 2023
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In this followup to his hugely popular Midnight Storm Moonless Sky: Indigenous Horror Stories, Blackfoot storyteller Alex Soop plunges us again into enthralling tales that mix reality with dark terror. Within its stories, Whisper at Night and They Will Come reveals ancient theories of the paranormal, post apocalyptic scenarios, impossible wells of grief, and monstrous phobias. Soop scares the wits out of readers, all the while uncovering overlooked social anxieties and racism affecting Indigenous Peoples across North America.

About the Author

Alex Soop's ancestral home is the Kainai (Blood) Nation of the Blackfoot Confederacy. While striving to entertain readers with his bloodcurdling tales, Alexander imaginatively implements issues that plague the First Nations people including alcohol and drug abuse; systemic racism; missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls; suicide; foster care; residential school aftereffects; and over-incarceration. He also deals with legends of Indigenous folklore, such as Wendigo, ghostly spirits, and the afterlife. Eugene Brave Rock is an actor who grew up on the Kainai Nation in Alberta. He was later trained as a stuntman and performed for the Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in Disneyland Paris. He is best known for his roles in AMC's Dark Winds as Frank Nakai and The Stranger in The Dirty Black Bag. He also appeared in a standout role in Wonder Woman as "The Chief." CARY THOMAS CODY is an Indigenous storyteller and writer/director for The Skull Crawlers Movie Club & podcast. He is of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma.