Meet Jarrem Lee, Ghost Hunter (or as he prefers to call it, a psychical detective). With the help of college student Arthur Bennett, he embarks on a series of spine tingling and exciting adventures in the world of the dead.
Jarrem Lee - Ghost Hunter Episode 05: The Disappearance of James Jephcott. A boy walks into his bedroom and disappears without a trace. Jarrem Lee is called in to investigate.
Jarrem Lee - Ghost Hunter Episode 06: "The Terror of Crabtree Cottage." Is Crabtree Cottage a porthole to the world of demons? A family calls on Jarrem Lee to help.
Jarrem Lee - Ghost Hunter Episode 07: "The Haunting of Private Wilkinson." A soldier who was killed in a training accident returns to haunt the army base.
Jarrem Lee - Ghost Hunter Episode 08: "The Mystery of Grange Manor." When a young lady inherits Grange Manor, her dead ancestors do not approve.
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Certainly. The second story is the creepiest in this series to date!
Each time Jarrem Lee performs his "battle checklist" with Bennett , you just know something spooky is about to occur!
Crabtree Cottage from start to finish!
Moved me...? No, not really. There is some great male bonding between Lee and Bennett, but that's about it. Maybe the mother's joy at the first tale's conclusion.
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I listen often because of the production values CRT uses for each show. Gareth Tilley writes well and researches well also. Each ghost hunter episode is filled with off handed references to literature's occult detectives. This makes listening fun for me.
Overall Jarrem Lee volume 2 is textbook ghost hunter. All of your standard occult tropes are there as well. Different mythologies are used also to propel the story.
I've listening to many CRT productions and each Jarrem Lee tale is a solid performance. They compare easily to the father brown productions. I don't think Jarrem Lee would do well as a full scale CRT production like Ticonderoga. The material is more episodic.
The pentacle won't hold! This is a great tag line for Jarrem Lee. Often he and Bennett have to think of something quickly to stop the forces of darkness from closing in.
I'd need to hear it first, based on this one
the story is ok
Some of the acting is dreadfully amateurish, esp the attempts at Brit accents. Don't know where they get these people. Either they don't pay their actors much or they make do with volunteers. It's teeth-clinchingly awful/
get some help with accents...FAST!
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