Women in Black

  • by Nick Redfern
  • Narrated by Tiffany D. Wilson
  • 6 hrs and 44 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Dark and disturbing, this full-length study of the women in black mystery encompasses such issues as alien abductions, Mothman, strange and unearthly monsters, the secrets of alchemy, time-travel, and the dark domain of all things supernatural. Just like their creepy male counterparts, the women in black will stop at nothing to silence those who get too close to the truths behind the UFO phenomenon and paranormal activity. Dire warnings, intimidation, and menacing death threats are their cold-hearted calling-cards. Like the vampires of old, these black-clad, pale-faced women prefer to do their hunting by night. Their prey: us. Fearless and fearsome, they might just be your worst nightmare.

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Stranger Things

This book organized the various explanations & theories regarding strange events with unnerving entities encountered throughout history. Are they government agents covering up troublesome events? Or perhaps extraterrestrials scouting humanity? Or are they remnants of an older race who are remembered in folklore & modern urban legends. Nick Redfern explores each of these possibilities & weighs their merits & shortcomings in explaining these unsettling encounters. The performance in reading is particularly strong in the 6th chapter where the possibility of folklore is covered. I enjoyed listening to this production, but do not wish to experience any of the subject matter in my own life to add verisimilitude.
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- FalchionM

This sentence repeats, this sentence repeats

Fascinating anecdotes and skilled storytelling marred significantly by rather substandard production values. Mr. Redfern is one of my favorite writers. I have read several of his books and listened to countless interviews with him. And make no mistake WIB not only explores a fascinating mystery with the same expert storytelling skill his readers have come to know and expect, but this volume expands upon mysteries explored in previous books, linking the reader back through space and time to the stories related in MIB and Contactees.

However, the performance seems almost hokey. Ms. Wilson uses an affected voice throughout the entire duration of the book, apparently trying to sound spooky. Even this could be forgiven, however, were it not for the frustrating and highly irritating fact that throughout the book several passages repeat for no apparent reason. This repetition so plagues later chapters, where nearly every other sentence is repeated, that the audiobook at that point becomes nearly unlistenable.

And that's truly a shame.

Very disappointed.
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- JaggeddyDreamer

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-16-2017
  • Publisher: Beacon Audiobooks