Creepy Short Stories: A Ghost Hunters' Paradise

  • by Joseph Exton
  • Narrated by Lynn Roberts
  • 1 hrs and 30 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Some people are fascinated with the paranormal, and simply want to see something for themselves. Others feel compassion for these spirits, and are convinced that the only reason they are still on the planet is because they are not at rest....
Regardless of why they're here, it's important to know that they really are, and these stories are here to prove it.
I'm not going to tell you things people made up to scare you. I'm not going to tell you the urban legends or the old wives' tales people like to share around campfires or during sleepovers. I'm not going to tell you things that have been explained but that others try to blame on the paranormal....
No, in this book, I'm only going to tell you the tales that are true. The true paranormal experiences from around the world that are sure to keep you up at night. These stories come from everywhere - little country roads in the middle of Kentucky to incredible subway networks running underneath Sweden and everywhere in between.
Get ready to embark on a journey of the supernatural, and get a glimpse of the real-life things that take place in the world around you, every single day. These are the stories that can't be explained, just told....
Here's a preview of what's in this book....

The Eternal Resident of Apartment 514
The Crawlspace Creature
The Murdered Mistress of the Library
England's Unfriendly Fairies
The Terrifying Life in the Porcelain Doll
The Mysterious Handprints on the Glass
And much, much more!


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Customer Reviews

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Narrator sounds like a machine

The narrator sounds like an automated voice... flat reading of story with no shift in pitch during the telling of the stories, and about as exciting as hours on the phone with a telemarketer.
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- Michael

Who thought it was a good idea for this man to narrate books?

Nothing personal against Lynn Roberts. I'm sure he's a lovely person. But you need to have more than a pleasant sounding voice and decent diction to be a good storyteller. I think the stories might have been okay but I can't tell you for sure because the narration was so monotonous I had to stop after the first two.
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- NDg

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-17-2017
  • Publisher: Joseph Exton