Darkhouse (Experiment in Terror) by Karina Halle
Darkhouse (Experiment in Terror)
Take all the anticipation and sexual pressure of The X-Files, consolidate it with the appeal and shenanigans of Supernatural, and you get Darkhouse. All things considered, not exactly. Dex and Perry may have the science of Mulder and Scully and the panics of the Winchester Brothers, however I guarantee you this pair is dissimilar to anything you’ve seen some time recently. At the point when twenty-three-year-old Perry Palomino investigates an as far as anyone knows frequented beacon, she keeps running into Youtuber Dex Foray, a provocative, snarky and entrepreneurial apparition seeker who doesn’t exactly have faith in phantoms. What Dex believes in is profiting and in Perry he sees a suitable open door: make a phantom chasing appear on YouTube that would equal anything you’d see on TV and watch the dollars come in. Be that as it may, making and shooting a phantom chasing show isn’t simple when there are real apparitions frequenting them-to say the least. Some of the time unnerving, regularly funny, Darkhouse is the primary book in the Experiment in Terror arrangement.