• True Paranormal Hauntings

  • Eerie Legends and True Ghost Stories and Hauntings: Real True Paranormal Hauntings from the Past
  • By: Max Mason Hunter
  • Narrated by: Chris Brinkley
  • Length: 1 hr and 28 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Release date: 27-02-17
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Max Mason Hunter

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Prepare yourself for a walk through history as you will meet many seasoned ghosts from the past that have been haunting communities for centuries. You are about to meet quite a number of ghosts from all over the country and they will change your views on life and death.

It couldn't be that all souls remain here after they die or else our streets would be lined with the souls of our dearly departed and ghostly pranks and other inexplicable occurrences would not be so unusual at all.

It may also be fascinating for some after they realize that it is not only the souls of humans that can be ghosts. Look at the Hell Dogs of Eldorado, the legend of the Coyote de la Muerte and even the horse in Texas' Headless Horseman. They were all animals and they too got trapped here without the sweet release of moving on to the other side.

Have you ever thought about what could happen if we humans could find a way to keep our loved ones here and prevent them from moving on? What do you think, wouldn't you want to see your loved ones one more time, even if they had no bodies?

©2016 Max Mason Hunter (P)2017 Max Mason Hunter

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  • Miranda
  • 03-03-18

Too Many Friendly Ghost Stories

Would you try another book from Max Mason Hunter and/or Chris Brinkley?

Maybe, it would have to be a good one

If you’ve listened to books by Max Mason Hunter before, how does this one compare?


What does Chris Brinkley bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?


If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Casper is back

Any additional comments?

hell dogs and ghost train where the best of them all. I want to feel a little scared listening to ghost stories.