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Have a happy haunted Christmas with these 12 previously unpublished seasonal spine chillers from Tom Slemen, the unrivaled writer and researcher of all things supernatural. In The Twelve Ghosts of Christmas, you will even be chilled by the stories in the introduction to the book, never mind the devilish dozen true tales about eerie time slips, gory premonitions, heart-stopping exorcisms, heartbreaking tales of lost love, graveyard tricksters, and sinister old hags. Listen to a story about the devil that tempted a bishop with pleasures of the flesh in "The Missing Room" and of the titanic, ominous force that turned a 3,000-ton ship upside down and sent its crew of 75 into limbo, never to be seen again. Also,listen to the story about the bohemian '60s couple who gate crashed a Satanist's party at Christmas and discovered what the main course was on the stomach-churning menu.... Plus dwell on the weird story of the uncanny, red-suited phantom that terrorized a couple who bought a dream home in Normandy.... He had bizarre plans for the future of their child... Just some of the weird but true stories in The Twelve Ghosts of Christmas!
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Very Creepy Unusual Tales Not Found Elsewhere
This is another fascinating collection of strange paranormal Christmas tales. Tom Slemen is the king of unusual paranormal tales from the UK and this edition does not disappoint. Creepy, eerie and definitely ones you haven't heard of read before it is hard to put this book down. The author's research is meticulous and combined with his wonderful storytelling skills, this will definitely keep you entertained. His books are addicting, so be sure to check out his Tales of the Weird and Haunted Liverpool series as well. I read this book using immersion reading while listening to the audiobook. The narrator for this edition was not the best choice. His monotone delivery, mispronounced terms (this is a British book) and skipped words detracted from the overall experience. It would've been better with a British narrator.