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The Bell Hollow Road Ax Murders

The Bell Hollow Road Ax Murders

By: Drac Von Stoller

Copyright May 2, 2016

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The Bell Hollow Road Ax Murders

By: Drac Von Stoller

Copyright May 2, 2016

This story goes back to the early nineteenth century in a small town called Willow Oaks. Abraham and his family owned the majority of Willow Oaks farm land until a shrewd business man by the name of Jasper bought a small patch of land near Abraham’s farm. It wasn’t long before jealousy set in and being that Jasper was a smart man and Abraham wasn’t he used it to his advantage to swindle Abraham out of the majority of his land but when Abraham didn’t receive the money promised to him by Jasper he threatened to kill him. Instead of Jasper making good on his promise and pay the money that was owed to Abraham he decided to shut Abraham up for good.

The following morning Jasper went to the hardware store to purchase an ax thinking that would solve everything and being that it was a small town nobody would ever find out he did the dirty deed. Around mid-afternoon Jasper saddled his horse up and rode to Abraham’s farm house to tell him he would have his money by morning, but he knew very well he didn’t have the money to pay him for the land. Being that Abraham trusted everyone he believed the lies that Jasper fed him and trusted the money would be in his hands by morning. The only reason Jasper rode out to his farm wasn’t about reassuring Abraham he would get his money but to case out his house and property so when nightfall came he would come back with his ax and finish off his family.

Night finally set in and Jasper got his ax and saddled up his horse and rode into the night to Abraham’s farm. As Jasper arrived at Abraham’s farm he said to himself “I will be glad when this is over so I can buy his farm and be the wealthiest man in town.” Jasper got off his horse and put the ax in his right hand and quietly walked up the grassy hill to Abraham’s porch and checked to see if the front door was locked and was relieved it wasn’t. He walked very quietly not to awaken anyone. As he approached the stairs he took a deep breath and said to himself “There’s no turning back now.”

Jasper made his way down the hallway with the ax tightly gripped in his right hand to Abraham’s bedroom door and entered the room. There lying peacefully on the queen size bed were Abraham and his wife fast asleep. Jasper slowly approached their bed and raised the ax above his head with both hands and with one hard whack the ax came down with great force that Abraham’s head split into two pieces and his wife woke up in fright and screamed then Jasper swung the ax and cut her head clean off her shoulders sending her head flying out the bedroom window and bounced off the porch onto the ground.

Jasper took his blood soaked ax and exited the bedroom and ran down the stairs out the front door and got on his horse riding as fast as he could back to his home to open a bottle of whiskey and celebrate that the deed was done. As Jasper sat in his chair next to the warm fireplace, he said “Finally, I got this little problem taken care of.” Little did Jasper know his little celebration would be short lived because his little problem was about to pay him a visit and it wouldn’t be a warm welcome. As felt the last drop of whiskey drop on his tongue the front door of his house flung wide open and Jasper shouted “Who’s there?” Abraham and his wife entered and said “Jasper you didn’t think you were actually going to get away with murder?”

Jasper eyes flung wide open and looked at the bottle of whiskey and said “I am really drunk!” Then he closed his eyes and when he opened them back up thinking it was just a hallucination Abraham and his wife was standing right in front of him. Jasper by now knew this wasn’t no dream and started pleading for his life but Abraham and his wife just laughed and picked up the ax and gave Jasper the ax.

The next morning Abraham and his wife’s chopped up bodies were discovered by a friend of the family. Jasper’s body wasn’t discovered until about two days later. The sheriff was baffled by the murders of Abraham and his wife because they were the most kindest people you would ever meet and would do anything for anybody even if it meant them doing without. They just loved the peacefulness that their farm brought to them and how kind all the towns people were to them. They always left their front door unlocked because that’s just how safe this town was and never had a history of violence of any kind until now. The sheriff was scratching his head over Jasper’s murder because there was no suspects that were apprehended and the murders went unsolved leaving a town in shambles at why such a nice family was killed by an ax.

From that day forward the townspeople locked their doors and came in before dark. They bought guns for protection just in case a killer might stop by their town and want to do what Jasper did and they weren’t going to take any chances this time.

Legend has it that if you travel down Bell Hollow Road you can see a man on a horse with an ax in his hand followed by a creepy laugh. Also, if you are brave enough to enter the bedroom where Abraham and his wife got the ax you can see the ghostly murders unravel in front of your eyes, but if Jasper gazes upon you better run as fast as you can out of that house or you might get the ax like Abraham and his wife got and that would be a real shame. You just never know when Jasper may come back and want to spread evil back on this town once again.


The Bell Hollow Road Ax Murders

This story goes back to the early nineteenth century in a small town called Willow Oaks. Abraham and his family owned the majority of Willow Oaks farm land until a shrewd business man by the name of Jasper bought a small patch of land near Abraham's farm. It wasn't long before jealousy set in and being that Jasper was a smart man and Abraham wasn't he used it to his advantage to swindle Abraham out of the majority of his land but when Abraham didn't receive the money promised to him by Jasper he threatened to kill him. Instead of Jasper making good on his promise and pay the money that was owed to Abraham he decided to shut Abraham up for good. The following morning Jasper went to the hardware store to purchase an ax thinking that would solve everything and being that it was a small town nobody would ever find out he did the dirty deed. Around mid-afternoon Jasper saddled his horse up and rode to Abraham's farm house to tell him he would have his money by morning, but he knew very well he didn't have the money to pay him for the land. Being that Abraham trusted everyone he believed the lies that Jasper fed him and trusted the money would be in his hands by morning. The only reason Jasper rode out to his farm wasn't about reassuring Abraham he would get his money but to case out his house and property so when nightfall came he would come back with his ax and finish off his family.

  • ISBN: 9781310074097
  • Author: Drac Von Stoller
  • Published: 2016-07-05 04:20:34
  • Words: 1055
The Bell Hollow Road Ax Murders The Bell Hollow Road Ax Murders