Hauntings And Ghosts
- Abandoned Buildings and the Creepy Ghosts That Lurk There - True Hauntings, Book 2
- Narrated by: Jonathan Alvarez
- Length: 1 hr and 30 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 08-17-17
- Language: English
- Publisher: Max Mason Hunter
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No matter where you go on this blue and green planet of ours, there is always a place where ghostly activity seems to abound. There are always those shuttered up houses, decrepit warehouses, abandoned prisons, hospitals, and factories in which spiritual happenings seem to thrive, even long after the activities of the living have ceased to transpire within their desolate walls.
But what really happens behind the closed doors of abandoned buildings? Are ghosts really lurking around every corner? Or is the human mind simply just that powerful - so powerful that we can unknowingly project the strangest of imaginations onto desolate environments, with stunning results?
Whatever the case may be, the stories of these abandoned haunted places are powerful, so much so that mere word of mouth of their telling is often spellbinding. As fantastical as some of these accounts are, we are drawn in and we can't help but want to hear more.
These accounts of paranormal activity are then retold for long enough, that certain locations develop a very distinct identity as a focus for otherworldly entities and phenomenon. These are the stories of the abandoned buildings and the creepy ghosts that lurk there.
Here is a preview of what's inside:
Burial Mounds, Shadow Men, and Other Murderous Ghosts of Moundsville
Abandoned Houses at Black Hope Cemetery
NASA Fends off Ghosts (And Questions) at its Abandoned "Launch Complex-34"
The Haunted Old Atlanta Prison Farm
Illinois Family Beset by a Hungry Ghost and forced to Abandon Home
The Haunted House of Riddles
And much, much more!
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By Alvarez on 08-29-17
I really enjoyed this collection of short stories by Max Hunter; especially the chapter regarding the Bowman family. I also liked how the kitchen ghost at Fort Delaware was humorous at times. The narrators deep voice was a great fit for this subject matter.
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