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Supernatural Horror Stories

Real Accounts of Ghost Creatures, Demons and the Paranormal
Narrated by: Scott Dabbs
Length: 2 hrs and 59 mins
4 out of 5 stars (12 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

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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Most stories not believable or interesting

There are a few decent stories in this book, but most go pretty much like this-

We were in the woods and everything went quiet, then we heard a terrible scream. I turned and saw a (enter cryptid here) looking right at us. I swear it was over 7 feet tall! We ran and never went back to those woods again.

Not every story deals with a cryptid, but most feel like they were pulled off of Reddit. Her other book is much better.

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Interesting Collection

This is an interesting collection of personal stories dealing with the supernatural. Not everyone believes in things like these stories happening, discounting them as just that...stories. Whatever your belief these are unnerving stories to hear. Some not that bad while others were quite unnerving to hear. I have the upmost respect for those who have dealt with this world and to give their stories so others can be aware and learn the proper respect that such incidents can occur. The narration was well done. No voices being done but Scott Dabbs reads at a nice pace and has the voice for narrating such content.

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

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  • Admiralu
  • Camarillo, California United States
  • 02-10-19

Great Collection of Tales, Rote Narration


This was a compilation of real personal accounts of encounters with unusual phenomena. Some are heartbreaking and others are typical encounters, familiar to readers of other similar books. The author introduces each segment with a brief explanation of the topic, Bigfoot, Ghosts, UFOs, etc. The advice given should be heeded, as these topics are nothing to play around with, as many whose stores were told found out. I read this book using immersion reading while listening to the audio book. I felt the narration was rote and lacking in emotion. Another narrator like Ken O'Brien would've been better suited for this type of material.

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nice combo of horror stories

and nice Supernatural combination of Horror stories it was very fast and short the narrator was nice as well overall very nice listen
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Supernatural Horror Stories


This is a collection of peoples first hand accounts of their interactions with what they perceive as the supernatural. You will hear many different stories about things that go bump in the night and listeners can make up their own minds as to what really happened with these people. These quick paced tales are a good way for those just starting to get interested in these kinds of things to begin their research. Whether or not you believe in the supernatural the people in these stories do and it is interesting to get their firsthand accounts as to what happened. Scott Dabbs keeps the narration flowing at a good pace and keeps you engaged in the stories.

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