An authorized prequel to the classic ghost story Hell House
In 1927 the infamous millionaire occultist Emeric Belasco disappeared without a trace, leaving behind dozens of dead bodies in the rambling, isolated mansion known as Hell House. In 1931 a team of parapsychologists entered Hell House in order to solve the riddle of Belasco's fate, only to meet with horror, insanity and death.
Now, 9 years later, in 1940, another team of psychic and scientific experts, including the 15 year-old "Ghost Boy" Benjamin Franklin Fischer - the most gifted physical medium in modern history - return to investigate the most haunted house in the world, only to find Hell House eagerly awaiting its newest guests.
Warning: Contains Graphic Sexual Content
©2009 Nancy A. Collins (P)2012 Nancy A. Collins
Short and sweet reviews, Allentown pa
collins cont. to keep the story graphic, disgusting and scary
just right, wherever they find these professional narrators they are great
good prequel, short,
fit the mood to listen to something gross and scary
"Not quite as good as the original tale..."
... But not bad either!
It tells the story of Ben and his first vist to Hell House aged 15 (the original story by Richard Matheson called "Hell House" - also available fron audible and very good!).
Nice to listen to because its just a short story and the narrator was quite good. Filled in a couple of gaps from the original book too, which I quite liked.
I listened to the original and then this and the two went together very well!
ALTHOUGH - it also works as a stand alone story!
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