Short Horror Stories Vol. 18: Scary Ghosts, Monsters, Demons, and Hauntings

Supernatural Suspense Collection
Narrated by: John Pirhalla
Length: 1 hr and 24 mins
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This gruesome masterclass is now in session….

A college student discovers an ancient game of chess, with deadly consequences for the loser. And a drunken one-night stand at a frat party traps an unlucky student in a diabolical bargain.

Scare Street is proud to present the best in spine-tingling supernatural horror. This volume contains two enlightening new tales of terror, guaranteed to give students of fear an eye-opening education.

Now put down your pencils. The test is over, and this sinister school of the supernatural grades on a very steep curve. Those who don’t make the cut will have to stay after class.

Let’s hope you survive the extra-credit assignment….

©2020 Scare Street (P)2020 Scare Street

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Short Horror Stories 18

Loved all three horror stories ! John Pihalla does a great job with the narration! I can't wait for the next book !

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2 Good Horror Shorts

I absolutely love this short story series with good narration only complaint always want more and hate when they end. I enjoyed both stories but my favorite was End Game as it had haunted chess game but still enjoyed Hush with devilish woman as I love anything horror. Highly recommend if you want quite horror shorts, keep them coming.

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Loved these!

Great stories! Loved End Game, an interesting take on a family curse. Great imagery, felt like I was watching a movie while I listened to it. And as for Hush.. a lesson in why you should always study the night before an exam! A great performance by John Pirhalla, as always.

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Great read

Where to begin the narration was awesome the stories unforgettable. I'm not sure which one of the stories I liked the most. Both had my heart racing and sitting on the edge of my seat. The characters were all bekiveable.

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Awesome!

This volume had 2 stories. I really loved them both but Hush was my favorite. Great story! Narrator did a great job too!

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I’m glad I never learn to play chess.

I never learned to play chess, and maybe it’s books like this that are a good reason why. The stories in this book are also things that I’m pretty sure somebody picked my brain and got. They just seem like things that came straight out of my nightmares. I don’t have many, but it happens. I can’t wait for the rest of the books to be released! I’m dying to read them!