The Legend of Hallow Mountain at Anakeesta
In days gone by, a long, long time ago, Anakeesta Mountain was a sacred and hallowed ground where souls of the dead would be freed and transformed into fireflies whose guiding lights would join the ancestors and provide a path for future souls to follow.
100 years ago the peace and tranquility of this hallowed place were disturbed when Appalachian settlers arrived, building homes and establishing graveyards. Hallow Mountain was forever desecrated. The tormented souls of the settlers buried here would never rest.
Each year, during the harvest moon, the lost souls of the anguished settlers become the undead, rising from their graves, desperately searching for a way off Hallow Mountain.
Today, the sacred firefly souls of the ancient peoples still prevent the suffering undead from leaving Hallow Mountain.
Will the fireflies prevent you from leaving Anakeesta’s Hallow Mountain? Are you brave enough to enter? Will you be lucky enough to survive?