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2+ hours of insomnia-inducing scary stories, produced by the terrifying team behind the popular YouTube channel and website Chilling Tales for Dark Nights and the Simply Scary Podcasts Network. The terrifying tales in this spine-tingling collection concerning supernatural sounds, abducted animals, otherworldly experiences, horrific hotels, and overprotective entities. Featuring stories by Anton Scheller, Andrew Harmon, Maya Ellert, David Feuling, and best-selling horror writer Elias Witherow, this terrifying collection of 5 seriously scary horror stories are bound to give you nightmares, and are perfect to listen to in the dead of night.

So what are you waiting for? Turn Off the Lights, and Turn on the Dark. Who needs sleep anyway?

©2018 Craig Groshek (P)2018 Craig Groshek

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It felt like a chore to finish listening to this book. The stories within aren't that scary compared to the other volumes.

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the second and fourth stories werre great. I

it was mostly boring. the second story was great but the person could have given his character a bit more feel. the lone woman narrorator was amazing and even though her story fell a bit flat she did did an amazing job