Ghosts are always hungry, someone once said and no one knows how ravenous they really are more than Ed and Lorraine Warren, the world's most renowned paranormal investigators.
For decades, Ed and Lorraine Warren hunted down the truth behind the most terrifying supernatural occurrences across the nation and brought back astonishing evidence of their encounters with the unquiet dead. From the notorious house immortalized in The Amityville Horror to the bone-chilling events that inspired the hit film The Conjuring, the Warrens fearlessly probed the darkness of the world beyond our own, and documented the all-too-real experiences of the haunted and the possessed, the lingering deceased and the vengeful damned.
Graveyard chronicles a host of their most harrowing, fact-based cases of ghostly visitations, demonic stalking, heart-wrenching otherworldly encounters, and horrifying comeuppance from the spirit world. If you don't believe, you will. And whether you listen alone in the dead of night or in the middle of a sunny day, you'll be forever haunted by its gallery of specters eager to feed on your darkest dread.
©1992 Ed and Lorraine Warren with Robert David Chase (P)2016 Graymalkin Media
narrator was not good, love paranormal and Ed and Lorraine. not as expected. Not engaging.
Mom. Wife. Photographer. Lover of all things supernatural. Slightly obsessed with Sweet Valley High and great white sharks.
I want to say the narrator does a fantastic job will all the characters, and he paces well. The stories in the book vary from good and scary to just plain boring. Some of them are not very believable. A lot of them don't have anything to do with the Warrens.
It's not a bad book, but it's not an excellent book either.
This is alright. Kinda of on the lines of Unsolved Mysteries or America's Most Haunted Places. It is a recitation of various "ghost" stories. Somewhat hokey. Apparently the Warren's selected these stories, but these are not experiences that Warrens themselves had, and they make little or no comment on the stories themselves.
I would listen to additional recordings about the Warren's direct experiences.
No, I don't think so.
Honestly, after a little while, boredom. The stories seem kind of tame.
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