Henry Bates had a very reclusive life, until one day the constant nagging from his wife made him snap, and things started dying. All Henry wanted was to enjoy his retirement like any normal hard working man, but his wife had other plans and retirement wasn't one of those.
"Truly gruesome story"
Billy was always curious about the lights in the sky, but he didn't think much about them until June 14, 1963. One night, on his dad's farm, he saw the lights behind the barn. Billy, being the curious type, put on his cowboy boots, hat, and Lone Ranger holster, ready to take the outlaws in. Billy was only 10 years old and didn't realize that the lights he saw were something not from this world. The lights behind the barn were about to change Billy's life forever and the lives of everyone around him, including his dog, Trigger.
Sam Jackson had over a thousand acres of tobacco that brought in so much money it made him the richest farmer in a town called Painville. Sam never had to worry about money for many years, but Sam's money making machine was about to run dry. Sam's ego and money got the best of him one day. Sam was drinking with some of the local farmer's down at the local tavern. Sam pulled out his wallet and started counting thousand dollar bills on the table in front of them.
Sit back turn the lights down low and get ready for the scare of your life. Immerse yourself into some of the best horrifying short stories ever told. If your one of those listeners like I am and don't have the time to get lost in a long novel, then these short stories are what your looking for. Some of the characters you will hear about are vampires, witches, an impaler, a witch-finder general, aliens, a dead sea captain, an axe murderer, a shadowman, pirates, flesh eaters, ghosts, demons, the devil, evil fairies, and an army of the dead and the unknown.
"Maybe little kids will like it"
The final collection in Drac Von Stoller's 31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead series. Tales include: "Ashes to Ashes", "Bloody Mary", "Buried Alive", "Death Island Lighthouse", "Don't Go in the Woods", "Don't Mess with the Dead", "Horror Island Amusement Park", "Infected", "It Came from Hell", and more. All 31 stories are narrated by Michael Adashefski, whose voice and sound effects will take you to the edge of your seat. Sit back and turn the lights off and get ready for the scare of your life!
It was 1863 in a town called Cactus Jack and Dr. Henry Corbin who was the town's doctor had grown tired of practicing medicine and was really interested in opening his own wax museum. When Henry brought mannequins to his wax museum and had his grand opening it turned out to be a disaster and Henry was out for revenge. That's when the horror begun for the townspeople.
Jack was the only living relative left in the family and decided since his great aunt Hilda's cabin was being neglected he would put it to use. Jack decided a good idea would be to invite some of his closest friends over for a night of singing and telling ghost stories around a campfire. Jack mailed out invitations to Rhonda, Michael and Matilda and chose Friday the 13th to set the mood for a spooky night around a campfire at his great aunt Hilda's cabin. Jack didn't know the whole story about his great aunt Hilda.
Dr. Harry Stevens inherited his Uncle Henry's mansion after his passing. During the reading of Henry's Will the lawyer handed him a letter that was written by his Uncle Henry just before he was murdered. The letter stated that there is hidden treasure in the mansion that no one knows about except Henry. Dr. Stevens couldn't make out the rest of the writing because it was soaked in his Uncle's blood. Dr. Stevens took total occupancy of the mansion the following week.
Jenny was so excited that Mike asked her to be his girlfriend. She was a cheerleader and Mike was the star quarterback at their high school. They were so in love, and ready to get more serious, and one day get married and start a family of their own, but that dream would never come to light because of what was about to unfold that night.
During the 1700's, Blackbeard's ship, the Queen Anne's Revenge ran aground at the entrance to Beaufort inlet and wasn't discovered until hundreds of years later. During an expedition of the sunken ship, something went terribly wrong, but the effects of that incident would not be felt until years later when a barrel of an unknown substance was tossed overboard during the expedition. The barrel took several years to erode, but when it did that's when all hell broke loose.
It was Halloween Night and Damon was excited about trying out his new Halloween prop in his front yard next to the busy road that ran in front of his house. He was putting on the finishing touches to his new prop when some friends from school decided to drop by and check out his new prop he had been bragging about at school all day. His friends Steve, Jack and Karen rode together in the same car and pulled into Damon's driveway and watched as Damon was practicing slipping the noose around his neck.
It was their love for sailing that brought Jack and Karen Billings together. Anytime they had free time, they could be found aboard their most prized possession, the Marlow Explorer. "Why don't we throw a Halloween party?" Jack volunteered. "The weather looks perfect for sailing, and it'd be a great way to get all our friends back together." Karen smiled at the thought, remembering the parties from their younger days. "That's a great idea," she replied.
Just beyond the hills of Eastondale stood an old dilapidated mansion that was built in the 1860's. Legend has it that a railroad ran near the old mansion and there was a gang of outlaws that had held up the train and stolen $250,000 worth of gold and hid it in the mansion. But before any of the outlaws had a chance to tell where the gold was hidden they were ambushed inside the mansion by U.S. Marshals and only two of the brothers of one of the gangs survived. They would not tell where they hid the gold so both brothers were hanged and to this day no one knows where the gold was hidden.
Sit back, turn the lights down low, and get ready for the scare of your life, with four bloodcurdling short stories from 31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead, written by Drac Von Stoller. "The Haunted Camera", "The Ghosts of Summerville Plantation", "Planchette", and "The Severed Hand" will have your hair standing on end! Read by Ted Brooks.
When three friends decide to camp out at a supposedly haunted ghost town on Halloween night, they get much more than they bargained for. Terrifying, unexplainable things begin happening as soon as they set out. Their legendary tales told around the campfire prove to be much more real than they ever could have imagined.
Johnny Delmer was born in a cabin that should have been condemned in a small town known as Docerville. Johnny's parents didn't have much money to put food on the table for little Johnny to eat. Johnny's father, Jack, worked at Doc's gas station in Docerville whenever he wasn't drunk. Johnny's mothe,r Susan, worked as a waitress at Dugers Diner also located in Docerville, but only part-time because she had an alcohol problem as well. Seeing the way Johnny's father treated his mother was one factor that would later mold little Johnny Delmer into a serial killer.
Summer finally arrived and Ben, Susan and Mike were excited to close their textbooks and spend the summer at the lake. Their parents were glad their kids loved spending the summer at the lake because it gave them some time to themselves to not worry about what their kids were up to. Their parents dropped off their kids, waved goodbye for the last time. The camp had been closed for a couple of years because of a secret governmental experiment that went horribly wrong.
A collection of spooky tales from the dead, including urban legends, ghosts, vampires, witches, aliens, zombies, cannibals, pirates, devils, grim reapers, serial killers and much more.
Jane Edwards had just recently lost her husband unexpectedly and thought it was his time to go anyway because he had a weak heart. She was sad just like any normal woman in her shoes would be, but as time passed by, she was able to cope with his passing the best that she could. Jane loved to paint, but because her husband was very ill, her passion was put on hold. As the nights wore on and Jane was keeping busy painting, something was lurking behind a door in the attic that had been locked for over a century.
Dan and Brenda Stevens finally planned a night out without the kids, and were able to find a babysitter at the last minute. Brenda's friend Karen's daughter Susan happened to be free for the evening because her boyfriend was sick, so instead of being stuck home all night with nothing to do her mother suggested she babysit her friend Brenda's kids, and make a little extra money. Susan was happy to earn some easy money for a couple hours.