The other six creepy tales in this collection all follow the same approach, that the supernatural element in each of them can be otherwise explained; that is, the ghosts or other strange happenings that we read of can be seen as being merely mental aberrations of the protagonist. In either case they are meticulously written and quite chilling, the kind of tales you might not want to listen to alone at night.
The stories included are "The Beckoning Fair One", "Phantas", "Rooum", "Benlian", "The Lost Thursus", "The Accident", and "The Cigarette Case".
©1983 Jimcin Recordings; (P)1983 Jimcin Co.
I like this sort of book - old fashioned stories - slightly eerie and well read and it is well read but the stories are mostly confusing, wandering and don't deliver. It's ok, that's all.
Amergin the bard
Many stumbles over words, inconsistant audio quality, short, unclear breaks between stories, often distorted voice
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