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Publisher's Summary

Disturbing true ghost stories you won’t dare you to listen to at night!

Are you looking for a scary ghost stories book or two?

Well, Hannah J. Tidy has collected some of the most horrifying true ghost stories for your listening pleasure in this one convenient double pack box set.

Two of the creepiest books in one.

Ghost Stories: Compilation of Horrifyingly Real Ghost Stories

and

Ghost Stories: Compilation of Real Horrifying Demon Encounters

This box set is jampacked with 33 original ghost stories based on some of the most chilling, true-to-life accounts of demon possession and unbelievable paranormal activity recorded.

From tales of a nursing home that is haunted by its previous patients to a scared babysitter that comes to realize she’s not alone in the house after all.

Get ready to keep the lights turned on tonight as we journey into the unknown.

Stories of savage:

  • Ouija boards games gone wrong 
  • Haunted locations and their creepy backstories
  • And the most disturbing games that no one should ever play!

And much, much more.

WARNING: All the stories in these books have been verified as TRUE! These are not hoaxes - they are backed up by FACTS. May be disturbing for some!

©2018 2018 (P)2018 hannah J Tidy

What listeners say about Ghost Stories: 2 Book Box-set: True Crimes, Paranormal Stories, Demon Encounters, Poltergeist & Unsolved Cases

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“Dear Reader”.....that is an irk of mine with writers stating this in their drivel. Ok, Lots of old old stuff/stories but her writings really are summarised versions from other people’s investigations and work. It lacks any kind of new information nor really does she delve deeper into the particular stories or category she’s summarising. Her explanation on certain things is incomplete at times, leaving you to wonder, and so, flawed. Feel ripped off thinking she may have had new updates or stories contending to particular works, but same old - same old of stories. But it’s easy to fling these types of works out to reap benefits from other people’s hard work and be classed as a writer. Thumbs Down

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very enjoyable

absolutely loved it. was very very interesting. my partner and I enjoyed it amencely. we listened to it every night before bed. would definitely recommend it.

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  • Spooky Mike
  • 19-09-2019

Good Collection of Paranormal and Demonic Tales

As a fan of all things haunting, I really enjoyed these brief paranormal stories. As typical with collections like these, some are well known and others are less. While the stories depict scary events, they aren’t scary to listen to and the book is over before you know it, leaving you wanting another. Reminds me a lot of documentaries I watch on ghost stories and paranormal events. I had heard the first book in this box set and enjoyed relistening to them as it rekindled my interest in some of the events it talks about. In general, this was a good mix of paranormal stories. There were a few like Amityville and Winchester House, which while interesting, have been documented so many times I feel like adding them to a collection is unnecessary. The second book, I hadn’t heard and really enjoyed the demonic stories. I liked how one even talked about a possible reason for a story in the first book. Glad I listened while at my computer because I was pausing and looking stuff up constantly. Nathan Hansen did a good job. I thought he had a good tone and cadence for this type of book since this is told as a matter of fact story and doesn’t involve characters, I was quite happy with the narration. I was voluntarily provided this free review copy audiobook by the author, narrator, or publisher.

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  • cagles
  • 27-09-2019

I enjoyed it for what it is

As a a big fan spooky stories and horror anthologies, I would recommend this book. I've seen other reviews take issue with the sources and some of the stories discussed are very well known already. I'd have to agree with that; some of the more famous stories don't add much to the book. Unless. you've come across some new info on a high profile case, it's best to just skim over them and focus on stories readers probably haven't heard of. That little critique out of the way, there are many stories I found entertaining. I was especially pleased to hear the few new tidbits about stories I already knew. I also really liked this was a 2-in-1 set. Those are always appriciated by budget conscious readers like myself. Is a book of ghost stories going to leave you coming away feeling like this book changed your life? No. So I'm not sure what other people are expecting, but I enjoyed it. If you like supposedly true ghost stories and other creepy stories, I think you will too. I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Jennifer Mulder
  • 17-12-2018

don't bother

I was very disappointed in this all the way around. The stories may have been scary at one point, but the way it was written and read it was more like listening to a clinical study on a subject that just isn't interesting. With the warnings/cautions/etc that seems to happen before the stories even began i was revved up a bit to get listening to the stories..... i was sooo bored i had to turn it off and listen to other things just to keep awake. "I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review."

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  • Anonymous User
  • 13-04-2020

this is the same book as the audible version.

Its the same book as the ones offered by audible..i bought 2 of the same

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  • Briana Cook
  • 30-01-2020

Good

I preferred the first reader over the second. It was nice listening to a set of ghost stories all compiled together. I like hearing about ghosts and demons. I had heard the majority of these, but did learn a couple more by listening. Nice little compilation.

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  • NV Cefalo
  • 29-10-2019

Ghost stories of "true" events,, but a fun read!

*This book was given to me by the author at my request, and I provided this voluntary, unbiased review.* 3.5/5 I do love a good set of dark/ghost stories, so I couldn't pass this up. It was a little bit different than what I was expecting; this was more of a documentary-style reading of reported ghost stories from around the world. While I did appreciate the research done to bring these stories to life, I would be hard pressed to call these "plausible or likely to have happened." I realize the title <Real ghost stories> is a literal figure of speech (the stories are real as spoken, but the events are probably not), but I was still a little put off by some of the language used. Examples are such as "there's no other explanation, except the supernatural," or "This is a true story/the <supernatural> events happened." I would be fine with an agnostic type of view of the events as presented, but the author clearly has a slant in the writing that I was rolling my eyes at by the end. Mentioning the bogus made-for-TV Ghost Hunters/Adventures and using that as a sort of "evidence" made me take off a star. Even with those flaws, it was an alright book. I would recommend with caution, but still recommend it.

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  • Matt Raftis
  • 16-10-2019

The Scares of the Two Narrators

** This audiobook was provided to me for free in exchange for my own personal honest review ** This was definitely an interesting book for me to review. All the issues I had with the Narrator and Ms. Tidy's writing choices were all solved and dealt with for the second book that was included in the package. The first books narrator was very difficult for me to listen to. His pacing was fine, but it was very distracting for listening to the source material. I had some gripes with the first books writing choices. It felt very much at times a wikipedia article, but at others felt like it had a narrative decision from the writers perspective. I skipped many chapters. When I got to the second book however, that's when the REAL SPOOKEMS begun. I REALLY enjoyed listening to the many stories presented, especially the last chapter. The Narrator did a great job presenting information without drawing attention to himself over the source material. A+ for him. I'd recommend this audiobook. However, I highly recommend people to skip the first book if the Narrator is too jarring to listen to. The second book is where this audiobook holds its value.

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  • Crystal
  • 18-12-2020

Good stories

Was never a paranormal fan, but since the pandemic, I have dived into something a little different. Good stories and I would recommend them. I really love the true crime stuff as well.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 13-11-2020

Disappointed

I don't like leaving bad reviews but if they would let me vote 1 star all across the board I would. The narrating is so bad that any chapters that MIGHT have been interesting are completely ruined by it! I truly believe they simply used a computer to read this as it is read in a flat monotone way with the inflections, what little exist, being used in the wrong areas and at the wrong times. I truly wish there was a return policy that could be utilized as I have absolutely wasted a credit on this one. I will never finish it due to the nails on a chalkboard effect it has on me. I so hoped for a good spooky time while lying down for bed but instead got the equivalent of the Barney "I love you, You love me" torture technique instead.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 10-10-2020

Dual Narrators, 1st Awful, 2nd Great

This was a two book compilation of ghost stories and paranormal encounters. This is basically an overview type of book. Many of the stories, I have heard of before with several that were new. I read this book using immersion reading while listening to the audio book. Narration is different for the two books. The first narrator is awful, skipping paragraphs and sections of dialog, the second is much better. A voice more suited to the material.

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  • Selina ryles
  • 25-10-2019

A bumper packed collection of short stories

I absolutely adore short story collections like this . There are so many included within this collection that there will be something to appeal to every reader. Whilst I enjoyed some more than others all were highly enjoyable and well written. Although the book states that all stories are completely true I will always be sceptical but either way each story had me interested. I was given this book by the author/narrator in return for an honest and unbiased review

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  • D.
  • 03-02-2020

Dreadful Reader

Content wording a tad over dramatic, with the word "allegedly", used way too many times for what are meant to be TRUE ghost sighting accounts. The reader has zero emotion while explaining the different stories. Quite monotone and dry. I wish I'd sampled the book first before wasting a credit on it.

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  • Helen
  • 02-01-2021

Is it a computer narrating this?

I really love ghost stories and this collection is quite a good selection of stories but the man narrating really ruins it, it sounds stilted, like a computer generated voice or as though the person is learning to read and sounding out the words, syllable by syllable, so the sentences sound very "flat".... there are lots of parts where the narrator should pause but doesn't, and there are pauses where there shouldn't be any, some sentences don't make sense and stories lose suspense due to the lack of inflection and the monotone voice. I have heard some of these stories in other anthologies so was thankfully able to skip some chapters and fell asleep through others. I really tried to finish the book but unfortunately couldn't due to the narrators awful reading.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 09-11-2020

Great

Very good book set true crimes demons and unsolved allrounder and the narrative was very well executed

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  • John Charlton
  • 16-08-2020

Not good, I'm afraid.

I found both books in the boxset to be fairly run of the mill. The narration in the first book was truly awful, with poor inflection and bizarre pronunciations to say the least. The narrator's voice wasn't in keeping with the subject matter, either - it would be better suited to a young child's book. The narration in the second book was markedly better, but still not great. Overall, I found this to be more of a chore to get through, rather than an audio book to enjoy.

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  • Robert Murphy-Smith
  • 13-06-2020

Brilliant bit of information

loved listening to this book, it was quite chilling in some parts, highly recommended listen...

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