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~FREE DOWNLOAD ⚖ Hell House: Other TRUE Hauntings from Around the World ☪ The chilling title of this hair raising volume refers to the real life Hell House of New Orleans a mansion haunted by the ghosts of tortured and murdered slaves But that s only one of theforbidding locations documented within these pages Bold readers are invited to go on a world spanning tour of haunted places, to meet ghosts, apparitions, and spirits such as the Windigo of the remote Canadian forests, which possesses unwary travelers and compels them to eat human flesh Here also are such horrors as the moving coffins of Barbados, the Hungry Ghosts of China, and other bizarre manifestations of the spirit world Truly a feast of shudders and thrills for all fans of the supernatural Truly Madly Darcy (A Pride and Prejudice Variation) to meet ghosts Infinity, Causation, and Paradox apparitions The Queen & the Homo Jock King and spirits such as the Windigo of the remote Canadian forests Let Go: Release Yourself From Anxiety which possesses unwary travelers and compels them to eat human flesh Here also are such horrors as the moving coffins of Barbados Against All Odds the Hungry Ghosts of China The Problemist and other bizarre manifestations of the spirit world Truly a feast of shudders and thrills for all fans of the supernatural I m a sucker for all things spooky and weird unless that something is Pee wee Herman who is just too darn spooky and weird for my liking So when I came across this creepy cover while perusing through books online my curiosity was whetted enough to open the wallet and splash the cash.A lot of effort went into the design of Hell House Those eyes on the cover are actually two red rubies plastic orbs sunken into the book cover itself The cover is made to resemble wood although it s very thick ca I m a sucker for all things spooky and weird unless that something is Pee wee Herman who is just too darn spooky and weird for my liking So when I came across this creepy cover while perusing through books online my curiosity was whetted enough to open the wallet and splash the cash.A lot of effort went into the design of Hell House Those eyes on the cover are actually two red rubies plastic orbs sunken into the book cover itself The cover is made to resemble wood although it s very thick cardboard and the center part with the skull is all glossy and smooth to the touch The effort didn t stop there though as the pages of the book are of excellent quality made of paper, each page sepia colored to give an old style look, that s obviously a cut above the average only my lack of knowledge on different types of paper stops me doing it justice by labeling it with its correct term.It s all well and good for a book to have great presentation but unless you just want it as some book candy for your shelf it needs to have some substance inside also Thankfully, Hell House wasn t all looks and no substance otherwise it may well have called itself Kim Kardashian Where it is found lacking though is in the originality of the content As someone with an interest in the supernatural who has read numerous books of this type I found not a single haunting to be original to me They re all famous cases that can be found in multiple other books of this ilk such as Flight 401, the Moving Coffins of Barbados, the Amityville House etc To its credit the authors did try taking on a different approach, to give the subjects an air of freshness, by categorizing the hauntings by country and basing each chapter upon that country.No factual book about hauntings would be complete without accompanying pictures of those hauntings for if a place is haunted surely there will be photographic evidence of such, right Well, one would think so but there s only one ghost photo and that s of the infamous Brown Lady of Raynham Hall which is considered to be a fake done by double exposure of the film to me the lady on the stairs looks like a statue of the Virgin Mary so that would be my guess as to what was used for the double exposure And the really odd partthe Brown Lady isn t one of the cases explored in the book Instead of genuine pictures of strange phenomena there are pictures of the places involved in the cases instead So, for instance, the odd happenings on Flight 401 are accompanied by a picture of an airplane.Even with its faults this is still a good book to pick up and pass a spare hour or two with although I am probably swayed slightly by its appearance as if it was just a regular paperback I wouldn t have been as impressed It would work well for someone who has a fleeting, or is just starting to gain, interest in ghosts and hauntings but you won t find much new material if you re seasoned in this genre.I liked it though Very interesting Lots of different types of stories, that were not boring and gave just the right amount of information. A very good and quick read, I would have given it 5 stars if it had actual ghost pics in the book. I have always been a sucker for a good ghost story but the true ones are so muchscarier such as the ones in this book some of which I have heard of and some new to me but made my toes curl beneath me and shivers run up my arms nonetheless They are not just stories we have come to know from aroun the United States but also from all around the world One in particular was set in Jamaica and told of the ever feared duppy which is believed to be the shadow of a dead person and most folks in t I have always been a sucker for a good ghost story but the true ones are so muchscarier such as the ones in this book some of which I have heard of and some new to me but made my toes curl beneath me and shivers run up my arms nonetheless They are not just stories we have come to know from aroun the United States but also from all around the world One in particular was set in Jamaica and told of the ever feared duppy which is believed to be the shadow of a dead person and most folks in the region spread the blood of white chickens around their home to ward off this evil.I loved everything about this book..the cover is just awesome resembling an old timey book with a skull like image and two bulging red eyes popping from the center Then the pages on the inside are lightly tinted giving you the feeling of reading an older book and has beautiful photographs and illustrations to depict each of the stories within.It will make a fine addition to your library if you like to be a bit creeped out or just simply enjoy ghost stories But remember to keep a light on and a cover to duck under when you begin reading An excellent collection of true haunting and supernatural cases from around the world. Hell House by Alison Rattle and Allison Vale is a new coveted ghost story read I tend to dive in for the local haunts, but found this as well as a gift for my husband last year as a stocking present at Christmas and have taken it to read The stories are divided up by mainly Continents region North America, Caribbean, South America, Europe, Australia, Africa, and Asia.What drew me in was the name HELL HOUSE.The tales are mostly ones I have heard of but not read thoroughly on, and the authors Hell House by Alison Rattle and Allison Vale is a new coveted ghost story read I tend to dive in for the local haunts, but found this as well as a gift for my husband last year as a stocking present at Christmas and have taken it to read The stories are divided up by mainly Continents region North America, Caribbean, South America, Europe, Australia, Africa, and Asia.What drew me in was the name HELL HOUSE.The tales are mostly ones I have heard of but not read thoroughly on, and the authors provide many details and facts to support the hauntings.This is one of the novels you read by a campfire, or keep by your bedside to read one story before bed, that is if you re not scared to enter the Hell House This book had one of the few introductions that I was willing and enjoyed reading The lack of captions under pictures made it hard to identify whether an image was actually taken there or if it was only for imagery Overall I really liked the page style, the older page style makes itappealing to look at Some stories I likedthan others, but that s just my opinion I was interested in knowing where the author found some of the historic information mentioned this book Could it be som This book had one of the few introductions that I was willing and enjoyed reading The lack of captions under pictures made it hard to identify whether an image was actually taken there or if it was only for imagery Overall I really liked the page style, the older page style makes itappealing to look at Some stories I likedthan others, but that s just my opinion I was interested in knowing where the author found some of the historic information mentioned this book Could it be something they made up Is it factual No sources cited, nothing to back up their conclusions scary book really blood chilling It was a beautifully designed book with a pretty cover, but none of the stories really went into much depth about each location each haunting site had about 3 pages dedicated to it So this gave methe feelingthat it was pretty much a coffee table book about varioushaunted dwellings.