Title: The Blackmist Group
Harrison Freed, Josh Kotoff
When some Russian rebels takes control of some ICBM's, the Americans mobilize. Among the vessels sent is the nuclear sub, the Alabama. But before they leave they need a new X.O. and among the choices is Commander Hunter, who hasn't seen much action. But the ship's Captain, Ramsey OK's him. While on the way, there was an incident and Hunter disagreed with how Ramsey handled it, it's evident that Ramsey doesn't think much of Hunter because Hunter was college educated while Ramsey worked his way up. They're given orders to attack but when they were in the process of receiving another order, the ship's communications were damaged, so the entire message was not received. Ramsey decides to continue with their previous order while Hunter wants to reestablish contact first. That's when the two men butt heads that ends with Hunter relieving Ramsey. Later when some men die, some of the officers feel that Hunter is not up to the task so they team up to retake control. But Hunter has taken ...
Three women who have been driven mad by pioneer life are to be transported across the country by covered wagon by the pious, independent-minded Mary Bee Cuddy, who in turn employs low-life drifter George Briggs to assist her.
In 1985, after a successful research in Amazonas, Dr. Dennis Alan from Harvard is invited by the president of a Boston pharmaceutics industry, Andrew Cassedy, to travel to Haiti to investigate the case of a man named Christophe that died in 1978 and has apparently returned to life. Andrew wants samples of the voodoo drug that was used in Christophe to be tested with the intention of producing a powerful anesthetic. Dr. Alan travels to meet Dr. Marielle Duchamp that is treating Christophe and arrives in Haiti in a period of revolution. Soon Alan is threatened by the chief of the feared Tonton Macuse Dargent Peytraud, who is a torturer and powerful witch. Alan learns that death is not the end in the beginning of his journey to hell.
In 1970s Florida, crime boss D'Angelo is smuggling and distributing drugs concealed inside cigars and inside sacks of loose tobacco leaves. His top enforcer is Lou aka 'Mr. No Legs'. Lou has lost his legs in an accident and uses a wheelchair to get around. However, he is a dangerous man due to his fighting abilities and a pair of shotguns built into his wheelchair armrests. Among the people working for the organization is student Ken Wilson who needs money to pay for his tuition. During a domestic fight with his girlfriend Tina, Ken accidentally kills her. In panic his solicits the aid of the crime outfit he's working for. The outfit sends two men to take Tina's body and make it look as if she overdosed. But they kill Ken, fearing that Tina's disappearance would attract the police's attention to Ken and eventually to their organization. Nevertheless, Tina's 'overdose death' is investigated by the police. Tina's brother, Andy, is a drug squad detective. After he is informed of his ...