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Haunted Liverpool 32

Narrated by: Nigel Peever
Series: Haunted Liverpool Series, Book 32
Length: 13 hrs and 32 mins
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Welcome to the latest audiobook by the globally renowned investigator of the supernatural Tom Slemen, a man whose very name is synonymous with some of the greatest ghost stories in the world, and this audiobook is packed with some very strange and mystifying stories that range from the sad story of a lovable 1920's flapper named Lulu - who later becomes a psychopathic razor-wielding ghost - to a wannabe television extra who is tempted with Hollywood stardom - if he can just behead a loved one. You will listen of a girl who was dedicated at birth to a terrifying demon who becomes her guardian, and you will be thrilled by the nerve-jangling tales of the things that lurk at the foot of your bed at night.

In this landmark, unparalleled work on the paranormal you will encounter sinister beings such as leprechauns, and the Trinidad Werewolf; you will also encounter “The Fetch” - a lecherous, immoral doppelganger that is supposed to work as a slave for a businessman who hates the drudgery of his job - but instead it tries to kill him after raping his secretary; and then there is the spine-chilling Hell Riders - bikers from beyond the grave that roam the highways of the night - and occasionally help those in danger. Peruse the perplexing case of the Bride in the Suitcase Ghost, and shiver at the antics of Hocus the Clown who haunts the old Pavilion Theatre - now a bingo hall. Listen to this book and absorb the unearthly tale of the Halloween Man, and savor the weird happening in Tom’s Oddtales Soup. Listen to these stories alone at your own peril, for when you take an interest in the supernatural, the supernatural takes an interest in you...

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More like a comedy book

IV been reading Tom's books since about the year 1999. I loved how serious and spooky they where, I'd honesty get scared to sleep with the light off.
When they initially started releasing them in audio I loved them. It was just the author reading the book with no bells or whistles so you could just let your mind wonder and build up an amazing an magical world. Gradually these books added more voices for every character and it started to become messy.
This latest installment is the worst iv ever listened to. The amount of different voices the author puts on is over the top, the accents are over the top and I feel that they are even somewhat comical and not sure if this was the intention or not?
Add this to the rediculous amount of noises that have now been added, cars, horns,nightclub music over the talking,and no end of other bells and whistles just make for a bizarre loud slapstick comedy scetch.
I can see why this was done but honestly the best way these books have ever been read was just by the reader reading and leaving our imaginations to run wild.
Love all his other stuff but honesly as an avid fan who's read and listened to every single addition of haunted Liverpool I find less is more and that I never got a chance to even hear if the stories where any good because the rest of the noise was that loud I had to try and pick the story oit from the clutter.