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Midnight. Some call it the witching hour. Others call it the devil’s hour. Here in the graveyard, midnight is a very special time. It is a time when ghostly spirits are at their strongest, when the veil between our world and theirs is at its thinnest. Legend has it, that while most of the world is asleep, the lack of prayers allow the spirits to communicate under the cover of darkness, among the headstones, their whispers rustling in the leaves of the old oak trees. But if you’re here in the graveyard, you can tell yourself it’s just the wind, that the moonlight is playing tricks on your eyes, that it’s only the swirling mist you see. But when you hear the graveyard gate clang shut, the dead have something to say. Here are their stories …

©2019 Thomas F. Monteleone, Kealan Patrick Burke, John Everson, Chad Lutzke, William Meikle, Catherine Cavendish, Kathryn Meyer Griffith, Ronald Kelly, Kenneth McKinley, Jason Parent, and various authors (P)2020 Spoken Realms

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Very good selection

This book has a very good selection of different stories all read very well. A couple of the stories were just ok. But some I didn't want to end, and I am looking forward to reading more from those authors.

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Chilling!

This book lives up to the hype. There are creepy chills, and moments of dread aplenty!

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great ghost stories.

very melancholy, but good. would recommend. now, what else can i listen to that is just as good. perhaps this bonus video. https://youtu.be/vyAh9OENJPU

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Delighted by the creativity!

The horror genre has slipped into gore and pseudo science it seems. Steven King was able to take us to a regular place and terrify the senses. He used what we are accustomed to believe to show monsters are indeed under the bed and thank you, you don’t even need to see to know that.
Not since Mr King, with his Alfred Hitchcock approach, have stories such as in this book offered refreshing, original, and the terminal to normality. Lately the horror genres has indeed been swinging back to the Masters of Horror and a new writer maturity evident. I am very excited with these authors. Good job!

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Did not enjoy

I love short stories and I love horror. What could go wrong? A lot apparently. The stories were predictable or awkward. The narration was mediocre- the voices used for women and children almost made things comedic if they weren’t so annoying. I did not finish the book and wish I could get my credit back.

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Not as scary as I'd have liked.

Just a little corney. I was looking for something to really give me chills.

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  • jessiemillar
  • 10-01-21

review of Midnight in the graveyard

I loved this book, it was amazing!!!! I would highly recommend it to anyone who looks beyond the 'run of the mill' horror

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  • susan b.
  • 09-19-21

horror

I like books with short stories so this was good for me I really enjoyed most of them the reader read them well

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  • misshappy
  • 10-27-21

Great collection

I wouldn't have listened to this if it hadn't been on Audible plus, very good
collection of stories of the macabre and ghostly tales I will be buying it as I thought the majority of them were really well written and narrated hope you think the same enjoy.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 12-24-21

Top notch horror

This a long but fantastic collection of horror short stories. The narration is very good, except for one story where his London accent goes very badly wrong. Otherwise, well told.

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