Jared Peterson was born in Hope, British Columbia. His doting parents envisioned the life of an accountant for their son, but Jared had other plans. Attending Cascade College in Portland, Oregon, he pursued a degree in Biblical Studies. After graduating, he worked as a youth minister in Los Angeles, California, and after that his path led him to work in El Paso, Texas.
Life in the Christian churches and his degree in theology were the catalyst for Jared to become intrigued by the darker side of religion, specifically demonology and possession. As he delved deeper into the abyss of Satan's playground, Jared broke with his faith. In this lost stage of his life he played a hand in teaching at a small Christian school, only then to become an EMT. In time his passion for teaching returned. He received his Texas Educator certificate and began molding the minds of middle school students teaching Reading and English.
Meanwhile, he didn't give up his obsession with demonology and immersed himself in all demons, devils, and occult. Soon haunted by nightmares, Jared decided to put his thoughts down on paper.
Whatever it was that led Jared to break from his church; his path to deal with this break of faith begins with this cathartic audiobook. An audiobook that follows a young girl's story of getting caught up in the evil web of Satan via the Ouija board and learns what happens when you open yourself up to evil.
While fleeing the indiscretions of her father, Ella and her mother move to a small mountain town. Keeping their old life a secret, they soon discover this town has secrets of its own. After years of healing from the loss of a son, Get the Hell Out begins with the Hunt family being torn apart. Ella gets her own Ouija board and begins dabbling with the devil in the secrecy of her own room. Things go terribly wrong and she seeks the help of Madame Sasha.
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I have 1200 audio books BY FAR WORST narrator ever
Not happy about the ending. Kind of left me hanging.
Pick up the pace a bit, beginning was painfully slow ... the end left me hanging
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