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Revolution SF Features Abattoir #3 and Earp #2

Excerpted from an article posted by Rick Klaw

After a local man brutally massacres his family, realtor Richard Ashwalt receives the unenviable task of putting the house back on the market. With his career and marriage on the rocks, this couldn’t come at a worse time for Rich. Before the house is even cleaned, a mysterious man named Jebediah Crone offers to purchase it. Everything about the situation seems wrong and Rich refuses despite his desire to unload the house quickly.

After his boss decides to sell the house to Crone anyway, Richard finds himself a person of interest in a second murder investigation. When the murder weapon with his prints on it is discovered, Richard goes on the run. Tired and haunted by horrifying visions, Richard returns to the house in search of answers. He finds all traces of the massacre gone, including the crawl space where the youngest boy was murdered. Richard tears into the wall and finds a mirror covered in runes, but what he sees in its reflection haunts him to his very core.

Wyatt Earp, famous lawman, has decided to retire in the wake of losing his brother Virgil in a train robbery. Doc Holliday, Wyatt’s former partner and best friend, convinces him to start his own small casino, the AOK, in the last boomtown in America – Las Vegas. Bringing with them Wyatt’s brother, Morgan, and Doc’s girlfriend, Kate, everything looks to be coming up roses…until Flynn, the biggest billionaire in Vegas, arrives with a private security group, the Pinkertons, headed by one Alan Pinkerton, to back him in “suggesting” that Wyatt should pay them for protection.

Morgan, outraged by this, decides to go on a heist with famed criminal Jesse James, a modern day Robin Hood who steals from the rich to give to the poor after taking his cut, of course. He is captured by the Pinkertons and interrogated, but escapes back to the AOK where Flynn and the Pinkertons pursue him.

In a final battle in which Morgan is killed and the AOK is set ablaze around them, Wyatt rips the shirt from Alan Pinkerton only to recognize the tattoo on his chest…Pinkerton was the mysterious train robber who killed his brother, Virgil.

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