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Four horror stories, 30+ hours of audio entertainment 

Horror stories are intended to frighten, startle, and even disgust the listener. The tales of blood-sucking vampires, headless horsemen, hideous creatures, and transformed humans will leave you terrified yet compelled to listen to the next.

Story one: Dracula by Bram Stoker

Blood-thirsty Count Dracula travels across the seas to find a new source of life in the people of England. He targets young Lucy as his victim, revealing to the townspeople that a vampire has infiltrated their community. As the horror story unfolds, Dr. Abraham Van Helsing rallies the good people of the town to seek revenge on Dracula and his power of darkness.

Story two: The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

In an attempt to separate the sinister, self-indulgent side of himself from the usually amiable personality, Dr. Henry Jekyll develops a potion in his laboratory that transforms him into the self-indulgent, evil Mr. Hyde. This horrific tale sheds light on the unpredictable nature of the alter ego.

Story three: Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Scientist Victor Frankenstein experiments in his laboratory to impart life into nonliving matter. “The creature” takes on human characteristics and emotions, eventually asking his creator to build him a companion to ensure his right to happiness.

Story four: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving

A feud over the hand of a wealthy heiress Katrina Van Tassel leads to the supposed demise of one of her suitors, Ichabod Crane. As legend in Sleepy Hollow has it, a Headless Horseman, the ghost of a fallen soldier, wanders through the forest in search of his severed head.

Public Domain (P)2020 CSA Publishing

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Terrified, yet can't stop listening

As outlandish and horrible as these creatures are, and in fact, terrifying if they were real, I could not stop listening to each story. Although these tales have been retold countless times, it never gets old to hear the drama of the surreal and even disgusting nature of these hideous creatures. They suck me in every time.

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Great Stories, Wow Performance!

The performance of this audiobook is suburb. I was engaged throughout the stories, which are all well written classics. I highly recommend this collection.

Do yourself a favor and listen to the audio sample :)

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Full of Scary Villains - Amazing Performances

I recently started listening to more audio books and it’s rare to find a narrator with the ability to perform various, distinct character voices.

These stories are all timeless classics; they are great stories without a doubt. With that in mind, what really makes this collection worth wild is ‘Dracula’s’ narrator. I listened to a few audio samples before choosing this one. I’m very happy with my decision.