The Ravenport family has just moved into a new home. Their autistic son, Billy, has always had a vivid imagination. Once they get settled into the home, strange occurrences begin to take place. Billy is heard talking to himself, and sometimes arguing with someone else while alone in his room. His acts go from innocent murmurs of a child, to physical reactions from something unexplainable. Several Doctors try to help and all give the same answer. Sometimes later, Billy begins to spout random words that make little sense. Could this all be innocent symptoms of his condition, or something much deeper than his parents seem to realize. Someone Still Lives Here is a heartwarming story of a family's love for their son, as he seems to be losing his mind... or is he?
Jason grew up in Texas. He has always loved Horror (and nightmares) since a young age and was practically raised on it, from age one. He loves (true) Horror as brutal as it can be, as well as realistic. His favorite of the genre is seventies Horror. He plays the drums and has opened for some of his idol musicians. He has been writing since a very young age. When he was a teenager, he had three poems published in three different books. He has also been into special effects since a very young age. He attended College at Tom Savini's (another lifelong idol) Special Effects Program in Pennsylvania. From there, he met many other Horror icons and idols and has worked with them. He graduated the Special Effects program in 2004. He still does special effects today, as well as writing Novels and screenplays for Rebellious Cinema, Sick Flick Productions and American - International Pictures (AIP). His short stories can be found in anthologies such as Nocturnal Illumination, Ladies & Gentlemen of Horror 2010, Thirsty are the Damned, the Thadd Presley Presents series and several others. Other works can be found on - line at SNM Horror Magazine, Beyond the Dark Horizon & The Dark Fiction Spotlight. Jason was voted one of the best up and coming Horror Authors of 2009 - 2011, and his writing has been compared by many to Stephen King and H.P. Lovecraft. He has written articles for The Houston Examiner, Horrornews.net and Twisted Dreams Magazine. He edited the anthology, Moral Horror. Jason is an avid Supporter of The West Memphis Three (www.wm3.org).