Ghost Hunters : Ed & Lorraine Warren

  • by Ed Warren, Lorraine Warren, Robert David Chase
  • Narrated by Todd Haberkorn
  • Series: Ed & Lorraine Warren
  • 4 hrs and 2 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Ghosts know no season, respect no boundaries, and offer no mercy. Ed and Lorraine Warren, the world's most famous and respected demonologists, have devoted decades to exploring, authenticating, and conclusively documenting countless cases of otherworldly phenomena.
Best-selling books and hit motion pictures, including The Amityville Horror, A Haunting in Connecticut, Annabelle, The Conjuring, and The Conjuring 2 have been inspired by the Warrens' extraordinary real-life experiences with the supernatural. From the grounds of the United States military academy at West Point, New York, to the backwoods of Tennessee, Ghost Hunters chronicles their first-hand confrontations with the unknown, the unholy, and the unspeakable.
Here are the accounts of teenage girls who trifled with Satanism and séances, only to fall victim to the most horrifying of spirits. A village terrorized by a murderous, unstoppable force too evil to be anything but Hell-born. A family's home besieged by the relentless, destructive fury of poltergeists. The real facts behind the house of horrors in Amityville. In all, 14 terrifying tales, all the more spine-tingling because they're true!


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Customer Reviews

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Not the best

It was a good book, but the stories were so fake sounding and dim witted. Don't get me wrong, some of the stories where okay. But as the book progressed it was dumber and crazy sounding. MEH. 😶
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- Mederia78

Skeptics need not apply

What disappointed you about Ghost Hunters?

This text tends to assume a lot on the part of the listener - while the "Conjuring" films leave a lot to the viewer to decide, this book just assumes that you believe in the Warrens' brand of parapsychology and in their vaunted ability to combat the paranormal. More frustrating is the fact that the book appears to be written with little in the way of suspense, atmosphere, or dread - what I assume to be major revelations are delivered with all the impact of a lightly-tossed pillow due to the author's bland and rather unimaginative relation of the events of several cases.

Has Ghost Hunters turned you off from other books in this genre?

Yes. While I am not a beliver, I did enter this book expecting what the title seemed to offer - a collection of ghost stories with the Warrens at the center. Far from my expectations, the book has more in common with an unimaginatively-produced documentary than it does with the films that led me to want to read it in the first place.

Would you listen to another book narrated by Todd Haberkorn?

The narrator has a competent reading style, but his voices for Ed and Lorraine Warren border on the cartoonish. While these might be based on how the individuals actually speak, it's jarring and further contributes to the tonal disconnect between the subject matter and writing style.

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Ghost Hunters?

The text overall needs a less credulous tone, and the Warrens themselves might benefit from a bit of restraint in choosing how they depict themselves and events within the text that bear their names. If you're writing what are effectively ghost stories, you should perhaps attempt to deliver on the visceral promise of the genre rather than reduce everything to a series of largely colorless anecdotes.

Any additional comments?

If you're a fan of the Warrens, or a believer in their particular brand of self-promotional "demonology", this is a harmless read; if you're looking for something with any kind of texture, suspense, or eye towards being anything more than a glowing review of the Warrens' career, you will be sorely dissapointed.

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- Tamra Padilla Ward

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-16-2016
  • Publisher: Graymalkin Media