From the author of Reunion, an Amazon number-one best-selling supernatural thriller.
Listed with Goodreads Best Breakout Authors of 2011
Creepy is a collection of short stories, some fiction and some not, that will send shivers down your spine!
Creepy contains two of my favorite short suspense stories ("The Rumblin'" and "Murdoch's Eyes"), but best of all, it includes some of my real life supernatural experiences...absolutely true ghost stories.
I was around 10 years old when I had my first supernatural experience. Thirty years later, my ghosts have returned and they are creepier than ever. I've seen full-bodied aparations, felt a dark presence practically breathing down my neck, and I work everyday with a ghost who seems more curious than anything.
These stories are all inside Creepy, my collection of scary stories. True Stories include: "The Shadow Man", "The Ghost Named Earl", & "Someone in the Basement". These are actual supernatural events I've experienced in my life and they are all very scary stories.
These ghostly experiences have influenced my writing and allowed me to truly capture the essence of fear and suspense that you'll discover in my fiction.
If you enjoy creepy tales from Stephen King, you'll love my heart-pounding short stories too. This collection of true stories and short suspense will at the very least, creep you out!
If you like ghost stories you'll love Reunion, an Amazon best-selling ghost story that takes place 20 years after a school shooting, with a twist that willl kick your...well you get the idea.
Be sure to check out Jeff's latest release, Twisted Vengeance, a Damien vs. Sixth Sense supernatural thriller that will leave you guessing all the way until the twisted conclusion. You can follow Jeff on Twitter @TweetTheBook and his blog, The Writing Bomb. Write a review and then look him up online. He'd love to meet you!
Would you try another book written by Jeff Bennington or narrated by Michael Scherer?
Yes Michael the narrator was great! But as for the writer not so much. I did not find these stories creepy at all. Really quick and boring
Has Creepy: A Collection of Scary Stories put you off other books in this genre?
What does Michael Scherer bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you had only read the book?
I really love the way he brings the characters to life. Especially in The Rumbling