Peter Arliss was only a boy the first time he crept down the hall and peeked into the room where Jane and Charlotte were playing their erotic games. They soon made a man of him as they included him in every deviation imaginable. Under the skilled tutelage of these two insatiable fiends, Peter was seduced into a way of life that he knew to be abnormal, but was powerless to stop his mad descent into the depths of depravity. As the young slave, he performed the most intimate servces required by his strange mistresses. As a boy who wanted to taste normality, he roamed the night — peering at others even more debauched than he. Peter sought the thrill of seeing women undressing and doings things no person should do. He witnessed an underbelly of society known only to the perverted, and learned to consider it as his own. He discovered the joys of degeneracy and, in turn, became the pawn of every twisted female desire int own. Would he ever find a normal woman who could save him? Or would he end his twisted life emneshed in a world of NIGHT LUST!
A passion procession leads to a blood orgy! From Satan himself comes eight tales of debauchery and degradation. Tormented souls bound by flesh agonies, causing a downward spiral that ended in the fiery pits of hell! Love slaves, pain enthusiasts, sex maniacs; all suffered the endless, eternal torments of shrieking damnation!
It was the night of the big Hollywood orgy. Aleta and Derek slipping separately away. Hollywood had remodeled Aleta, turned her into a creature of lust, a wanton plaything. And then Derek understood what was happening, and he raced to the carnal house to claim his wife and settle a few scores. The orgy was in full swing, but then no one knew there was a dead girl upstairs, out of the way of the sin set!
The solemn occasion of his father’s funeral doesn’t seem quite right to Rory Foran. There is something evil, which first manifests itself in the form of a beautiful blonde who turns up in his bedroom . . . and who has been brutally tortured in the bargain. First, Rory had to find the answer to the big riddle: how does the once lumber-rich family continue to exist as if the big money were still rolling in? There must be something bringing in evil money, and he must find out what that abomination is. And what of his mother? Is she wrapped up in the maze of shame, this degraded means through which he must search out the truth?