Daniel Kamen

Stagecoach Road: The Bullies Must Die

In 1973 a Wirt High School student, Benjamin Weinstein, from Miller Beach, Indiana is savagely beaten by four bullies on Stagecoach Road after the graduation party. These were the same four bullies who tormented Benny all through school. In 1992, nineteen years after the attack, Benny is a successful chiropractor living in Hammond, Indiana. One morning while jogging, he accidentally finds out one of his attackers is leading the good life and owns a thriving auto supply store not far from Stagecoach Road. This incites Benny into a rage. At that moment he decides to hunt down his three other assailants with the plan of capturing all four of them, one at a time, and bringing each one back to Stagecoach Road so he can torture and kill them--his way. It isn’t going to be easy. To complete his mission Benny has to balance a double life, one as a cheerful chiropractor and devoted family man, and the other as a maniacal killer. About the Author: Daniel Kamen, a retired chiropractor originally from Gary, Indiana, grew up four miles away from Stagecoach Road. He is the author of three widely read books on animal chiropractic techniques: The Well Adjusted Dog, The Well Adjusted Horse and The Well Adjusted Cat. He lives with his wife in Buffalo Grove, Illinois. For more information about the author and the story please visit his web site:
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