The Bad Room
An abused boy grows up to become your average guy. In The Bad Room, Jackie’s path crosses a serial killer and his world is thrown into chaos.
A few too many drinks. A killer on the prowl. A nightmare begins.
Jackie is an average guy, just a divorced construction worker out on the town for a beer with his friend, Marty. But the streets where Jackie lives are mean. Both are beaten and left for dead. Jackie awakens with a ball bat in his hand. Confused and dazed, A crime story that the news never uncovers. Jackie escapes the scene and seeks shelter at his mother’s home, an abusive parent who Jackie has not seen in decades.
Huntington Richardson Hoyt, Jr. is immensely rich and spoiled. When his sister suffers a nervous breakdown, his parents hide her away in the private sanitarium that was once the family’s large mansion. But Hoyt Junior, or J R as he is known, has no time for such worries. He is too busy drinking, drugging, and spending his father’s money. But everyone has a day of reckoning — even J R.
And then, there is Janitor. Invisible. Quiet. Brooding. Janitor works at the institution that was once J R’s family home. But is the invisible Janitor really as harmless as he seems? The Bad Room is a horror story complete with a serial killer, a mysterious asylum where murder and a psycho killer haunts its looming corridors. The Bad Room is a tale of two generations and one lost soul, drowning in the psychotic hallucinations of his own madness.