The first expert exploration of the haunted houses and authentic ghosts of Kent by the former president of the Ghost Club, Peter Underwood.
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Ghosts of Kent
A list of true stories of the ghosts that inhabit Kent.It was interesting and fun.Hannibal Hills was a wonderful narrator.I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.'
- Dragon Fire
an excellent ghost story
very good book entertaining and well narrated and excellent read very good too. Thank you
Great ghost stories!
I love this book, because they have so many ghost stories I’ve never heard before. Being a great connoisseur of the weird and bizarre I tend to run across the same old ghost stories that was not the case and this goes antiquity. I loved it! If you like those stories this is a great one. I was given this audiobook for fair and impartial review and that is what I gave it. I loved it!
Narrator made this story worth listening to.
Ghosts of Kent
Author: Peter Underwood
Narrator: Hannibal Hills
Listening Time: 6 Hrs. 34 Mins.
I always like to preface any reviews I give with this information.
I am a 68 year old female who has been an avid reader since I was around 10 or 11 years old.
I read primarily for pleasure.
I have a great many interests and do a lot of research for personal pleasure and knowledge as well.
Ancient History, Archeology, Science, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Mystery are some of the interests I have.
Disclaimer: "This Audiobook was given by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost, in exchange for an unbiased honest review."
I have an avid interest in Paranormal incidents and history of experiences, (I have experienced unexplained incidents myself), I was looking forward to listening to this audiobook.
I have to say I found it very dry and disappointing. It is a rather clinical accounting of stories and remembered experiences that in many instances; were of course word of mouth, since this area of interest did not have much scientific backing. Like so many things that are not readily explained by Scientific research and 'proofs' that are measurable, this area is usually viewed as "fringe" experiences.
Having said that I will also say this. There is so much more that we don't know, than we do know.
I found it very hard to sit and listen to this audiobook as I found my mind wandering.
I listened to it in several sittings, rather than all at one time like I do most audiobooks that are this short.
Author Peter Underwood is someone whose work I had never had any experience with before and doubt I will ever look into again.
Actually, upon reading of his life experiences from early childhood and on, his life history is much more interesting than this clinical view of an area of mystery and mystic.
Narrator Hannibal Hills was the one bright and good thing about this audiobook. I had listened to his work prior to this and honestly it was a big reason I chose to listen to this audiobook.
His very talented voice acting did not get the full spectrum of use as most of this was indeed rather dry narrating as the writing was. There were times he was able to utilize different voices and made the listening much more lively and enjoyable.
I will be listening to more of his work as I can.
As to who would enjoy this book/audiobook? I think anyone who has a true interest in ghostly happenings and the history of Kent, especially would enjoy it. However it will be a rather plodding story to get through.
I like this audio book i am from ken t so nice to read about it. I give it 5outof5