David Joseph has established himself as one of the most unique military fiction writers of our time. Wielding all the power and magic of a master storyteller, Joseph delivers in Spooky Military Tales the stories the military does not want you to know. He introduces the origins behind the haunted KC-135 tanker that still flies, the aircraft that flew the remains to the US from Jonestown, the strange sightings at Arlington National Cemetery, and connects the unexplained incidents in the corrosion hangar at Atsugi Naval Base, Japan. A magnificent, eerie, and compelling collection of spooky military stories.
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Yes, because as strange as it sounds, all the stories have verifiable witnesses.
Bill Fox in Spook 50. He was just a good guy that thought he finally beat Spook 50 and was going to retire.
The New York accent and some added spice to Ghost of Guyana.
The beginning of Ghost of Guyana was just too real. I could picture the choppers going into the jungle.
Love to see a Spooky Military Tales 2.
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