[Pdf or epub] Dancing with the Dark True Encounters with the Paranormal by Masters of the Macabre By Stephen Jones

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Ootsteps and astral projections related by the masterful Stephen King Ramsey Campbell Clive. I ve read this one several times and I never get tired of it Naturally a couple of the accounts in there aren t so interesting or spooky but there are uite a lot of good little stories in there that never fail to give me a nice chill I ll read it again no doubt about it

Summary Dancing with the Dark True Encounters with the Paranormal by Masters of the Macabre

Dancing with the Dark True Encounters with the Paranormal by Masters of the Macabre

Barker Anne McCaffrey Edgar Allan Poe Robert Bloch H P Lovecraft Neil Gaiman and many othe. Pretty good My favorite is Mr Cat

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Fiction pales beside fact in this anthology of such phenomena as spectral visions phantom f. Dancing With the Dark is a compilation from different authors who write horror and scifi fiction of accounts with the supernatural that they believe to be true None of the stories were too scary but they were enjoyable enough that I read this book pretty uicklyYou would think with the authors being writers of horror and scifi fiction that they would have some pretty scary real life stories to share but that wasn t so Some authors did share some spooky tales but others seemed afraid to admit to any such accounts I expected Stephen Kings story to be one of the best but was actually let down His was actually the shortest story in this book I think maybe that s why they spelled his name wrong on the cover besides this little dissapointment it was still a good read


8 thoughts on “Dancing with the Dark True Encounters with the Paranormal by Masters of the Macabre

  1. says:

    Dancing With the Dark is a compilation from different authors who write horror and scifi fiction of accounts with the supernatural that they believe to be true None of the stories were too scary but they were enjoyable enough that I read this book pretty uicklyYou would think with the authors being writers of horror and scifi fict

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    The basic idea is that horror writers share their real life heeby jeeby inducing experiences Sometimes the writers actually ignored the prompt entirely and simply went into what they thought about the possibility of paranormal phenomena Those were some of the most interesting essays Other authors just rambled ab

  3. says:

    Many pieces are not what you'd expect from popular horror authors I come to expect materialist skepticism and teenage anta

  4. says:

    I've read this one several times and I never get tired of it Naturally a couple of the accounts in there aren't so interesting or s

  5. says:

    The House on Spadina • 1997 • essay by Charles de Lint♦The Flints of Memory Lane by Neil Gaiman re read 852015Death is a Lady • 1997 • essay by Simon R GreenUncle Clayton • 1983 • essay by Stephen KingUnto the Third Generation • 1997 • essay by Anne McCaffrey

  6. says:

    Pretty good My favorite is Mr Cat

  7. says:

    Horror writers write about their own experiences with the paranormal Are they believers or not?

  8. says:

    Short not really scary and not entertaining either

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