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
I mainly listen to audiobooks while I'm at work since I rarely have time to read. It helps drown out the voices in my head.
It was just absurdly false and made up. I mean, I'm not crazy- I know all these books are fiction but The Demonologist was very entertaining and if you're willing to suspend disbelief a little, it's a very cool listen. This one and Ghost Hunter are garbage. It seems like whoever did The Demonologist edited out all the terrible, totally obviously false stories.
No, The Demonologist was surprisingly good so I tried a few more and they were both terrible. I'll assume The Demonologist is the only good one.
I'd be surprised if I did. He's a good narrator except his female voice he does. More than half the characters are female and his female voice is hilarious at first but after a while it's really annoying and distracting. Someone walked past my office and I'm pretty sure they thought I'd lost my mind and was doing voices, talking about ghosts. Also his mexican voice was pretty hilarious too.
I'd insist they provide references for all the abviously falsified scientific and historic claims they made up through out the entire book.
Just listen to The Demonologist and be done with this group of books, it's the only good one.
This book is so boring! nothing actually happens and there are no encounters that can't be written off as people under stress making up stories. very uneventful dull stories.
great stories. the last one there, was the only one I was skeptical on. They didn't give any references to who made all these claims and found their information. To me that one seemed a little fabricated. However, the others were intense and completely valid. love it.
Riveting Tales of true paranormal activity from the masters of Ghost investigation Ed & Lorraine Warren, The Preternatural recounts of The original Ghostbusters featured in The Conjuring 1 & 2.
All the more horrifying because they're Real Accounts of paranormal activity! Don't Read Alone!
Turn on the Lights and Hold on tight for a journey into Darkness from the masters who investigated The Amityville Horror! Read at your own Risk!
I like The Conjuring, so I hoped I might like this book. Too bad it's totally terrible. The narrators does the best he can with a hokey, maudlin, preachy text, but please, save yourself 4 hours and skip this recording.
Interesting enough but would certainly question the "true" nature of some of these stories, especially the stories with no witnesses and one person who doesn't live to share their story.
"Believer or sceptic, an interesting listen"
I've heard a lot about Ed & Lorraine Warren recently, and enjoyed the Conjuring 1 and 2 - Annabelle fell a bit flat but that's just me. I wasn't sure what to expect from this audiobook, but what it actually contains is a number of short stories (told as such, presumably dramatised somewhat) about supernatural or paranormal activity that the Warrens and their society believe to be authentic. Whether or not you agree with their belief, the stories are all well told and entertaining and your personal belief or lack thereof needn't ruin your enjoyment of the story. I'm often sceptical, thinking that sounds like too much of a coincidence or that people don't react that way or etc - but whether I believed them or not, the stories are still worth listening too. That's quite an achievement in an area that so polarises opinion are paranormal research. I'm glad I gave it a try, and may give some of the other books in this series a try when credits allow.
"review of the graveyard "
couldn't stop listening to this and was really sorry when it finished. felt as if I was really there in the graveyard
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