The Ghosts of War

Ryu Yohan is, in most ways, a typical Korean-American retiree. He lives in an unremarkable house in suburban New Jersey, volunteers at his church, and passes time watching old cartoons with the volume turned up too loud. But his visions are darker. He sees dead people, and they're not your typical brand of horror-movie phantoms either. They're the victims of his brutal killings 50 years ago during the Korean War. Days at Yohan's home may be filled with recycled Road Runner gags, but nights are a constant replay of the Ghosts of War Crimes Past.

Yohan's sins,...

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