The birth of a devil in the 18th century resonates in today's world. A storm hits a small mountain town and the resident must evacuate, where will they go? Visit a zoo unlike any you have experienced. The sins of the past haunt the present in a once thriving industrial town. Discover what lies beneath the boardwalk. Take a walk down memory lane as a woman is haunted by that thing she most loved. Escaping from a zombie hoard may not be the worst danger you face. What does it really mean to "Keep it Jersey"?
Join us as we explore the modern interpretation of folklore, culture, and the uniqueness that is New Jersey through 13 tales of horror.
Includes stories by Nathanael Gass, Margaret L. Colton, C. I. Kemp, Frank J. Edler, Diane Arrelle, and Christian Jensen.
Would you listen to State of Horror: New Jersey again? Why?
Yes, the book is good and the Narrator, Jack Wallen did a great job with the characters and he has the NJ swagger down.
What did you like best about this story?
The Top three stories for me is Sweets for my Sweet By Margaret L. Colton
Dying Days Charon By Armand Rosamilia and Pork Roll,Egg,and Sleaze. This collection of stories were put together well.
What about Jack Wallen, Jr.’s performance did you like?
He has an amazing voice,with an unbelievable range.I have heard several books that he has narrated and he always does a great job.So Amazing!
Who was the most memorable character of State of Horror: New Jersey and why?
Aggie from Sweets for my Sweet. Who doesn't like an elderly lady with a will and a style of her own. Plus she loves the sea.
Any additional comments?
The Audio was a clean clear read. Very Good.The book had a few typos, but nothing big. I went between both. All the stories were good.