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NOT a book that offers 20 true paranormal ghost stories, and written like a "Peter & Jane" book! AVOID!!!,
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Thankful to be honest that this was free, as if I had paid any money for it I would be very annoyed. The brief overview of what the book was about said that it was based on true accounts of hauntings/paranormal activity. This was more than enough to pique my interest and get the book to read.
I am 19% into this book, and already felt compelled to write this review. It is full of spelling errors (which normally I can over look) but it also reads like a "Peter & Jane" book (remember those from your childhood)?
It is supposed to be based on true accounts from the victims, or people close to the victims, however the second story in...WARNING THIS CONTAINS A SPOILER....a couple are out in their car on a road lined with trees, its dark, they have to stop, and the area is notorious for people going missing after a man killed his wife 40 years ago over an affair. Legend says it is the man who still haunts the area that accounts for people vanishing. Queue man getting out of car, and woman left in car whilst man gets help, she hears banging on the car, turns out the man had been killed and the light she saw ahead was the mad axe man that killed her also. Now remember this is supposed to be true stories based on true accounts of the victims or other witness's around at the time. No other people were in this account apart from the axe man and the couple who got killed.
Please do not waste your time if you are looking for true accounts of hauntings/paranormal activity then I highly suggest that you look elsewhere. I only wish I could have given this a 0 star review.
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Initial post: 20 Aug 2014 01:11:09 BDT
T. Thompson says:
Maybe the axe man wrote the story?
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