500 pages of spooky haunted house stories from 12 authors!
What happens when the place in which you’re meant to feel the safest turns against you? Where do you go when the world inside your four walls is scarier than the world outside?
Get ready to find out!
From the authors who brought you HAUNTED: GHOST CHILDREN comes a spine-tingling assortment of haunted house tales.
Join 12 authors as they lead you down dark hallways through spooky houses where you’ll be caught frozen in a maze of terror.
Travel to an old farmhouse in New Hampshire where a single woman encounters unspeakable terror.
Help Sidney unravel the mystery of his quiet suburban street…before the mystery unravels him.
Spend the night in the spooky old estate with Claire as she attempts to come to terms with a gift she might not want.
Journey to New Hampshire where a middle-aged woman slowly realizes she’s not the only person living in her country estate-and that someone might even be trying to kill her!
Over the course of 12 short stories and novellas you’ll be treated to dark, twisted hallways, scary old houses, and sinister spirits who have never quite moved on from the houses they lived (and died) in.
So sit back, wrap up in your favorite blanket, grab a drink, and turn down the lights.
Houses can’t really be bad…can they?
Featuring12 gloriously spooky storiesfrom:
Rebecca Patrick-Howard: Sarah (A Taryn’s Camera Short)Shannon Eckrich: The Promise (A Haunting Lia Prequel)K.R. Thompson: The Curse of Everson HouseKolin Gates: 8250 Woodcrest LaneA.P. Killian: Through the DoorwayTerrie McClay: Evergreen: The AwakeningPeter Howard: The Play HouseL. Sydney Fisher: The Haunted Prophecy of Natalie BradfordPaul Summerhayes: The Shadow Over Number 9Debra Barton: The Haunting of Morton HouseHeather Marie Adkins: Number 13Rebecca J Powell:The Ghosts of Past Are Present
I have absolutely loved this compilation of ghost stories. Eerie, inviting, intriguing, and scary. Everyone a page turner (or roller). I wanted more than there were and scarier than they were but enjoyed the lack of slash and gore that goes with a lot of these types of stories. Very entertaining. Thank you.