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Ellie Dauber's Stories

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Eerie Saloon
Around Western campfires, they whisper the tales of the Eerie Saloon. They tell how Shamus, the barkeep, has a potion that changes the men -- and the women -- who drink it, changes them in mind and in body in ways that are surely a wonder to behold. This here's the story of the Hanks Gang, five wild men who rode into town on a mission of vengance and who found second chances at life thanks to Shamus' magic.

Written by Ellie Dauber and Chris Leeson


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Part 1  ( 234k )  Part 2  ( 321k )  Part 3 ( 175k )

Jessie Hanks - Outlaw Queen
Jessie Hanks is on the run after the death of Toby Hess. Jessie faces the wilderness, Mexican bandits, and a roaring flood before she returns to Eerie, Arizona and her destiny. Jessie's transformation took place in "Eerie Saloon."

Written by Ellie Dauber and Chris Leeson


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Eerie Saloon: Seasons of Change: Autumn  
"This new tale begins right at the end of September 1871 with Jessie's trial, which is the close of the second story. It goes on t'be telling what happened to the six ladies, and a whole bunch of other people right up t'the splendid New Year's Eve party me and Shamus threw at our saloon.

Written by Ellie Dauber and Chris Leeson


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Tabloid Tales: Memphis Interlude
Revealed at last, the TRUE -- sort of -- story of what really happened to Elvis.

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Family Time
Johnny Crayne loved to race his SUV down the highway, but he picked the wrong truck to run off the road. Mal Swiftwater and his fellow elders decided that Johnny and his friends needed a little family time to sort things out.

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Girl for a Spell  Alan was always misbehaving, a teen headed for a bad end, until Aunt Therese decided to make something worthwhile out of her wayward nephew -- a niece.

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