Supernatural Horror Stories

Real Accounts of Ghost Creatures, Demons and the Paranormal
Narrated by: Scott Dabbs
Length: 2 hrs and 59 mins
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Real-life supernatural stories that'll scare the $#!* out of you!

People throughout the ages have claimed to have mysterious and blood-chilling encounters with unexplained forces, such as Mothman, demons, ghosts, and extraterrestrials.

Ann Gaiman has compiled an anthology of over 25 of the creepiest real-life short stories on the most shocking and mysterious supernatural events that have taken place - all based on eyewitness accounts telling their encounters with the supernatural.

Excerpt:

"One day, we were entertaining a neighbor and her daughter. “Why is this room so cold?” My neighbor asked, as she entered a guest bedroom that felt icy to the touch. “We aren’t sure. My daughter used to sleep there but had to move to a different room because of the darn temperature. Even in the middle of summer, that room doesn’t get any warmer” Upon saying this, I recalled old exorcism stories about rooms going inexplicably cold when inhabited by spirits. My neighbor then asked for a cross and rosary. She was familiar with the paranormal. “Leave this place at once! Leave and be gone,” she repeated while brandishing the crucifix. “It’s getting warming in here,” I said. And that’s when everything went to hell...."

If you’re looking for that creepy feeling you get after listening to something scary...

Then don’t delay. Get your copy of Supernatural Horror Stories right now! Buy to listen now! You’ll be so happy you did!

©2018 Ann Gaiman (P)2018 Ann Gaiman
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Strong Collection of Monsters and Paranormal

As a fan of all the different supernatural monster shows on TV this book was a good companion. My only real compliant is that it wasn’t longer, and the misidentification of the starting quote to Einstein instead of Sherlock Holmes.

The stories are well told and while I had heard of the creatures I hadn’t actually heard any of the first-hand accounts. The New Jersey Devil and Goat Man stories were my favorite. Neither one of those cryptids gets very much respect and consequently there isn’t much out there on them. The witch stories were also enjoyable as I don’t hear much about them anymore.

Scott Dabbs did a great job with the narration. His narration and voice were perfect for the retelling of the accounts.

I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher

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Supernatural Horror Stories

I thought this book was pretty good. Frightening because they are supposed to be creepy real life stories. Scott Dabbs did a good job with the narration. I received this free copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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Supernatural Stories That May Frighten You

*This book was given to me by the author at my request, and I provided this voluntary, unbiased review.*

3.5/5

This book was a quick read-through. I get what the author was trying to do, and that was successful. While I don't believe in ghosts, I absolutely love a supernatural story. This is another one of those stories I picked up that play on the "real accounts" thing. I have quickly become disconnected with these type of stories; however, this one was done well, and I could not give it lower marks solely on the basis of my dislike of the vehicle used to convey the story. I very much appreciate the author giving me a copy to read, and I will in the future be attentive to the story before picking it up.

To other potential readers: this is still worth a read if you are looking for a spooky supernatural read!

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A collection of people’s accounts of their own interactions in the supernatural world

Good anthology, it’s a collection of people’s accounts of their interactions with supernatural world. From alien encounters, poltergeist, Jersey devil, moth man and more. Some of the tales are more engaging then others. Love the night watchman’ smith man encounter. Enjoy. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator or publisher

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awesome listen

great book really should listen to what are the best books on the Paranormal I've heard in quite a while

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Yesss!!! Exactly what I was looking for.

I'm a giant fan of horror, true crime and supernatural stories. both non fiction and fiction. This book really did it for me! Listening to it again while on my road trip this weekend!

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First spooky book to buy

Not bad, its a short read, wish it was longer. This is a good first time paranormal book to buy if your not sure on buying a spooky book. The reader was okay wish it was tead by someone else but overall not bad.

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This was the least frightening horror stories I've ever listened to, some were really boring.

I did enjoy listening to the narration, though he repeated a few words.

I was provided a free copy at my request. This is my honest review.

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Sufficiently Creepy

This is an interesting anthology structured as explanations and then dramatized accounts of encounters with various elements from folklore and urban legends like aliens, moth man, and their ilk. It does a pretty seamless job of gluing between those roles giving the listener just enough information to make the encounter creepier and more riveting. The narrator as well helps carry that feeling as he brings these stories of horrific things to life.

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An everyday man horror story collection

** I recieved this audiobook for free in exchange for my own honest review**

This short story collection wasnt bad. Some stories were new to me, which I really liked. I felt like a few stories got all the attention to detail and a few were short and forgotten.

Scott Dabs did an alright job for narrating this book. he had a good everyday man voice and got the job done. Early on I did notice he was running out of breath of some sentences, and his delivery was pretty rough. As the book went on he got into the flow easier and it came more naturally.

All in all, I felt like this book lacked some OOMPH in some key moments, whether it being the wording or narrating delivery, but it was a good short listen.

I would reccomend this audiobook

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  • Elizabeth Frounks
  • 11-24-19

An Interesting Collection of Personal Stories

I was instantly drawn into the idea of these being stories that are honest from first-hand experiences. There is always something so sinister about hearing stories like this and being drawn into reassessing what is around you. A few stories seemed lacking, whilst others seemed so intense that they stick with you. I particularly struggling to get one of the shapeshifting tales from my head, and this is something I would look forward to relistening to.

*I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.