Whether you believe it or not, whether you accept it or not, there are some things in the world that cannot be attributed to anything other than paranormal activity. Some spirits have been through tragedy so heartbreaking, they are trapped within that singular instance that stole their lives away - they relive that moment over and over and over.
The world is an infinite place. We don't entirely understand it - we believe in what we see and what we hear and try to make sense of that alone. Things that are easy to quantify, easy to explain with science - some of them are frightening in their intensity, such as a natural disaster, but these things don't keep us up at night from fear. And then, there are those things that we cannot understand.
The complexity of the human mind is such that what it cannot perceive or measure, it fears. And such things do exist - we can hear them, feel them, sense them. But we cannot quantify them, because their behavior does not remain consistent and there seems to be no rational explanation for them.
In this book, we will take a look at the different places and spots on our planet where these inexplicable things exist. Everyone who has been to these places has come back changed; some have even gone just to see for themselves what it's like; their accounts are disturbing...
Here is a preview of what's inside...
- Ghost Stories: Okiku - The Death of Loyalty
- Ghost Stories: Sagely Murders at Chillingham Castle
- Ghost Stories: The Wrecked Tale of The Alkimos
- Ghost Stories: Roommates of the Paranormal Kind at the Normandie Apartment
- Ghost Stories: On the Highway to Hell - Tuen Mun Road
- Ghost Stories: A Man Scorned at the Wolfsegg Castle
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- Alexia Gordon
Can't wait to return this
Boring stories told by narrator with strange accent and odd delivery. Returning it less than an hour after purchasing it.
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- Annette Walker
Stories of torture
These are more or less stories of torture throughout history and then the hauntings afterward. Some of these stories are very brutal and deal with children and that's something I just can't stomach. These aren't the type of ghost stories I was expecting at all. I really hated this and I didn't care for the narrator either. I wish I could return this book. I couldn't even get halfway through it.