• True Ghost Stories

  • Haunted Buildings, Creepy Forests, Spooky Tales and Eerie True Ghost Stories from the Scariest Places on Earth
  • By: Jason Keeler
  • Narrated by: Robert A. K. Gonyo
  • Length: 1 hr and 57 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 11-10-16
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Jason Keeler

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Are you a self-confessed horror freak? Are there few things you love better than a good horror story to tell around a campfire or at parties? Let's face it, ghost stories make for great conversation. A little macabre, sure, but entertaining nevertheless.

It is often difficult to explain what lives in the beyond, why certain paranormal activities take place the way they do, cold spots, mysterious happenings and the like. It does not matter if you think ghosts are real or just a figment of someone's imagination. Everyone believes in a good horror story if it is spooky enough.

Strange happenings have occurred across the globe that there is no possible explanation for, things that are outside the reach of scientific reasoning. Apparitions, noises and EVP readings are things that point to the unknown, telling us it exists, yet science cannot provide a reasonable explanation as to why it might be true.

Make sure you check for monsters under your bed, say a silent prayer before you go to bed and be wary of what waits in the dark, for this book compiles the spookiest, most eerie true horror stories of all time!

©2015 Jason Keeler (P)2016 Jason Keeler

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  • S. Winchester
  • 15-06-17

A lot of the same old stories.

The second half of the book is definitely better. The first half is a lot of the same old stories that have been around forever- Tower of London, suicide forest, Dracula's castle, etc. The second half has some more interesting stories, and a few I hadn't even heard.

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