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A riveting collection of true stories which are so strange as to be almost unbelievable.

  • "The Terrible Story of the Mary Russell"
  • "The Murder of the Countess Görlitz"
  • "The Great Bank Forgery"
  • "Moonlight Sonata"
  • "Gretna Green Marriages"
  • "Count Borulawski", by Jen Grenier
  • "The French Werewolf"
  • "I Will Pay You All Tomorrow"
  • "The Telephone at the Oratory"
  • "The Ghostly Passenger"
  • "The Diver"
  • "The Bloody Hand"
  • "The Story of Kaspar Hauser"
  • "Across the Australian Desert"
Public Domain (P)2014 Red Door Audiobooks

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  • Sue Shailer
  • 09-29-18

Great material but poorly presented

Very interesting stories, many of which were new to me which was a nice surprise. Narrator, however, does a poor job and makes listening a tedious affair. She raises her voice not in pitch but in volume to emphasise points, and does this in a rhythmic cadence rather than emphasising the appropriate words. A different reader would have made this a fantastic audiobook.