In Annie Wilder's uniquely entertaining book, there are uncanny true tales of haunted highways, weird encounters, and legends of the road.
It may have happened to you; it’s happened to almost everyone who’s ever driven down a highway at night, or in the fog, or snow. Something suddenly appears: a flash of movement, a shadow... what was it? It could be, as the true stories in this book attest, a ghost.
These are true stories from the highways and byways of America. These first-hand accounts are as varied as the storytellers themselves—some are detailed and filled with the terror and suspense that made people feel they had to share what happened to them with others; others are brief and straightforward retellings of truly chilling events. Here is a chupacabra attack on the desert highway between L.A. and Las Vegas; ghost trains and soldiers; UFOs; the prom girl ghost of Alabama; a demon in Texas; and other accounts of the creepy, scary things that truckers and other drivers and passengers told to editor Annie Wilder.
With so many different stories, the Trucker Ghost Stories collection moves beyond the usual haunted house to offer stories to entice any ghost-story listener—and anyone who’s ever wondered.
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I have listened 3 times through!
I loved the change of narrators for each story. You could tell just from listening that alot of team work went tin this book! the effort shows!
That our roads can be a lot scarier then we thought!
I really encourage you to buy or use a credit on this book. you will not be disappointed!
Spooky and corny all rolled into one!
The voice actors are horrible. Putting that out there first and foremost. It's absolutely the worst part of the book. For one, they overact! Everything is embellished to the point that even if you wanted to believe the ghost stories, the actors keep you from getting there! Secondly, they have both female and male voice actors, but don't bother to separate them by the gender of the storyteller, so you have some stories from male eyewitnesses read by the female actress and it again diminishes the fear factor. I don't mean to sound sexist, but if a story is written by "Larry the Truck Driver" and your voice actor is purposely trying to sound like him, then shouldn't it be a guy who sounds like Larry and not like "Linda the School Teacher?"
Despite the horrible voice acting, while driving on the open road listening to this, I found myself keeping pace with trucks and cars in front of me. I didn't want to be left behind on the dark roads alone because some of these stories do give you the chills!
HAHAHA! OH MY GAWD! YES!!!!! The voice actors should give the money back that they got paid for acting in these stories! They did a dis-service to ghost storytellers around the world!
Like I said, if you can overlook the voice actors, and you want something to keep you awake on the road while driving those long stretches of highways. Snag this book!
Ummmm, did I mention the voice acting was horrible?
- Andre R. Frattino