Witch House, East Coast

Witch House CoverIn case you haven’t heard yet, Dig a Thousand Holes Publishing is proud to be your East Coast hook up for Ben Lehman‘s latest joint: Witch House.

Witch House is a scary nanogame for two or more close
Her boyfriend Ethan was taken by the Witch House so Emily is going to get him back. In three nights the full moon will mean that the House has him for good. friends in three sittings designed and written by Ben Lehman, illustrated by Amika Sterling.

Just like Vast & Starlit, there is an Easy Way and a Hard Way to get this game.

The Easy Way

Find me at a convention or just out and about and hand me one lousy American dollar and I will hand you your very own copy of Witch House.

The Hard Way

Mail me a stamped, self-addressed envelope; one lousy American dollar; and a representation of something you’re truly afraid of*; and I will return your stamped, self-addressed envelope with one copy of Witch House in it.

International customers may forgo the stamping of their self-addressed envelope and send an extra dollar instead, for shipping and handling.

Due to the extraordinarily convenient size and weight of these games, if you were already considering ordering Vast & Starlit the Hard Way, you can include Witch House in the same order. All five books fit comfortably in a standard envelope and only require a single, first class stamp.

* Please do not include anything that will do undue harm to me or the postal service.



  1. mick reddick · May 30, 2013

    If you haven’t despatched my vast and starlit yet any chance you could add this to my Portsmouth UK envelope

    • Epidiah · May 30, 2013

      I’ll fire off an email to you and we can work something out.

  2. mick reddick · May 30, 2013

    Your a star wish all games companies looked after their customers like this… Looking forward to getting this

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