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Horror Anthology: A Horror Collection of Real Life

Murder Mystery, Serial Killers, Ghost and True Crime Stories
Narrated by: Scott Dabbs
Length: 2 hrs and 18 mins
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Disturbing real-life horror collection

Do you love a good horror story?

Well, welcome to the dark world where death and fear are lurking around every corner, waiting to strike when you least expect it. Oh, and please keep the lights on because these stories are all true!

Here’s a harrowing array of spine-chilling stories that will make your heart race nonstop. This book is full of twists and turns, dark corners, edge-of-your-seat suspense, and devilish plots that get your blood pumping.

Horror Anthology contains 19 short stories of terrifying real tales of horror. With exceptional articulation and clarity, author Ann Gaiman spins dark but real tales that will make you sit on the edge of your seat.

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Not only was it all done by a single person, this person also happened to be a highly educated historian. Many other academics knew of him, who mostly studied the folklore and history of the Celts along with linguistics and languages. His personal library contained numerous academic documents and a large and intriguing doll collection.

The investigators of the case found 26 corpses of young females between the ages of 10 and 25. The man was also accused of desecrating over 150 graves.

The corpses looked like real dolls and were mummified. Not only did he dress and put wigs on them, he also applied wax and makeup to their dead faces. He would then throw parties for the corpses that he referred to as his “girls.” An even more macabre touch was that he would put music boxes inside the rib cages of some of the more beloved dolls.

Don’t delay. Get your copy this Horror Anthology right away. You’ll be so happy you did!

Warning some content may be graphic and disturbing!

©2018 Ann Gaiman (P)2018 Ann Gaiman

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Good Collection of Horrific Real Life Tales

I love all things horror which includes true crime when it is bizarre and not just your basic murder mystery style TV show. Lots of weird things happening in these stories. As typical with collections like these some are well known and others are not. Each story is told quite well and sent me off to read some more about some of the more interesting cases. There definitely are some stories in here that you will want to learn more about. I could read a whole book on the Dyatlov Pass Incident.
These definitely have some horrific stories that I winced a bit while listening to. I am always amazed at how deranged some people can be. I have to say I really enjoyed listening to these stories. Noticed that one of the stories is the same as I heard in another collection. I assume and hope Ann Gaiman is a pen name for a different author who I have listened to before and really enjoyed. Either way, if this is your cup of tea I would recommend Hannah J. Tidy books.
Scott Dabs did a great job with the narration. As this book is more matter of fact versus actually story telling he did a great job. His narration and voice were perfect. As soon as this was over I was thinking, I need more.
I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher

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dark true crimes

This book is filled woth dark true crimes. I have actually heard all of the stories before, so there was nothing new. But I did enjoy the book. There were no ghost stories. Ann Bauman has done a good job of retelling these stories and Scott Dabbd does a great job narrating.

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Mostly interesting stories

There were several interesting stories in this book I had never heard. A few I had heard and a few that were a little lame. But overall it's an interesting listen. The narrator sounds like his is doing his best Lore impersonation, but it's perfect for the book at hand.

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Horror Anthology: A Horror Collection of Real Life

This is an interesting collection of stories that range from real life killers to the paranormal. I found a nice mix of new and old stories in this anthology. It is a quick listen and gives listeners a look at many different tales of horror. Each chapter gives you a new subject and enough details to pique your interest in them. Narrator Scott Dabbs does a nice job of narrating this book. The narrative goes at a nice pace and keeps the listener engaged all the way to the last story.

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good horror collection

I was given this free review copy audio book at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

This was a solid collection of horror short stories that are supposedly all based on real life. I can't speak to whether or not they really did happen, but I was entertained by the book. The narration is well done and engaging. If you like the horror genre and want a quick listen, this would be a good choice.