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Creepy: The Full Collection of 38 True Ghost Stories and Short Fiction with a Supernatural Twist (Creepy Series Bundle) Kindle Edition

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I was around ten years old when I had my first supernatural experience. I've seen full-bodied apparitions, felt a dark presence practically breathing down my neck, and experienced a ghost (or something) that seemed more curious than anything. 

As a horror/supernatural/mystery/thriller writer, I just had to put together a collection like this. Do I believe in ghosts? Read this 3-book collection and find out for yourself! ~ Jeff Bennington

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  • File Size: 614 KB
  • Print Length: 258 pages
  • Publisher: Nexgate Press; 1 edition (September 27, 2011)
  • Publication Date: September 27, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005SHXW8C
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #137,474 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Bent toward writing ghostly tales, Jeff Bennington is best known for his Amazon Top-100 (#55) Supernatural Thriller, REUNION, and his well-reviewed follow ups TWISTED VENGEANCE, THE SECRET IN DEFIANCE and the unique and category bestselling series, CREEPY 1, 2, and 3. He also dabbles in non-fiction, having penned MISSION UNDER FIRE, ALIEN, and a few how-to's and consumer guides.

Jeff is currently working on a huge undertaking, and a series he calls his best work yet--FEDERAL UNDERGROUND. Watch for it in 2015-2016.

Jeff recently released his 3-year project, ALIEN: Examining Jesus Christ in a UFO Universe. The book investigates where Jesus of Nazareth & angels fit if life exists on other planets. The answer may surprise you. The answer may change you.

LATEST NEWS:
1. ALIEN is NOW available in eBook, print, and audio.
1. MISSION UNDER FIRE is available in print, eBook, and audio!
2. THE SECRET IN DEFIANCE and all of Jeff's titles are available in audio!

Jeff's short story, Suka: The White Wolf, was purchased by The Horror Zine and is NOW available in SHADOW MASTERS (An anthology from The Horror Zine) Book 2, a collection of 38 amazing short stories by the best horror writers in the business. This short story will be available as a stand-alone short story soon.

You can follow Jeff on Twitter @TweetTheBook and find amazing reads and Kindle giveaways at The Kindle Book Review dot Net. If you enjoyed any of his works, please write a review and then look Jeff up online. He'd love to hear from you!

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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Kimi on October 25, 2011
Format: Kindle Edition
Creepy by Jeff Bennington is a collection of five spooky stories that are sure to leave shivers trailing down your spine. Three of these stories are Jeff's witness accounts of actual supernatural events and the other two stories are fictional works that are detailed and brilliant.

After reading Creepy I find myself checking over my shoulder, looking into the corners and wondering what is lurking around me!

5 STARS!! Kim Norris
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 25, 2011
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Prior to my obtaining this collection of short stories, I had read Murdoch's Eyes and The Rumblin' and wrote 5 * rave reviews for each of them. I would like to include those reviews:

MURDOCH'S EYES
This is the most graphic short story I have read in a long time.

Gina could outmaneuver the monster man, but if she could not find her way out or escape Murdoch's eyes, she would not stand a chance.

Although the descriptions of what Gina saw made me nearly lose my lunch at times, I could not stop reading.

I cannot tell you any more without giving too much away. All I can say in closing is, be very careful what toys you allow your children to play with.

THE RUMBLIN'
Loved the fast pace. It is suspenseful with vivid descriptions of the characters and the influence the rumblin' had on them. I wanted the storm to end, but not the story. I look forward to reading more by Jeff Bennington.

THE SHADOW MAN
What did Jeff see while hiding under the bed as a child? After reading this story, you will be scratching your heads. Without a doubt, you will be listening a little more closely to unusual noises. You will also pay more attention to unexplainable shadows.

THE GHOST NAMED EARL
While Jeff, his wife and some friends stayed in a rented cabin in Nashville, Indiana, Jeff experienced something he has never forgotten. Creaking floorboards and a dark silhouette had Jeff's heart hammering in his chest. He felt electric energy buzzing through his body. What Jeff, his wife and friends saw before going home, makes a believer out of me.

SOMEONE IN THE BASEMENT
All I have to say about this story is that I would have switched jobs after the first occurrence.
You must read this fabulous collection of stories. My favorite is The Rumbin'. I no longer go camping and I am terrified of storms.
~Rebecca Scarberry
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By T. King on August 29, 2012
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I read this during my lunch hour and did not find anything in it very scary. It was not very well written either.

For example, this is from "The Ghost Named Earl" ...

"For a moment I imagined sprawling out ointo its cushiony spread, but I heard a strange noise coming from the kitchen and my skin felt like it melted off my face." .

Don't waste your time on this one.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By L. Lee P. on July 28, 2012
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Poorly written and boring. Took me less than an hour to read. Stories were not the least bit creepy and the fictional stories were just silly.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By MB on January 17, 2012
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All I can say is you need to read this. The stories are bizarre and edgy. If you like the cover of this book, then imagine what is between the pages and you will be right. Download it and see.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By orion725 on May 25, 2012
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It seems the author had only two stories to publish and decided to fill in the book with personal accounts of true events.

The two fictional stories were okay. The plot of Murdoch's Eyes seems to be inspired by the old science fiction movies from the Saturday night Creature Feature I watched as a child. The mad scientist using his victim to cure someone's affliction. There is a new twist. Unfortuantley, the twist is not explained sufficiently enough to make it a worthy addition to the story.

The Rumblin could have been better. It misses an opportunity. when a group of strangers find themselves forced together in a cabin waiting out a storm, there is so much potential for dark, forboding atmosphere. Instead the story jumps very quickly into crazed, possessed behavior on the part of the characters. There is no build up, no suspense, none of the elements of a one would expect from a creepy, frightening story that takes place on a stormy night in a desolate cabin. What also draws from the story is the fact that the characters are cliches, the tobacco chewing park ranger with the over done Southern accent, the bible thumping older woman, the dark, mysterious and ominous villain and the half witted, stuttering gentle giant.

As far as the true stories that are thrown in, I really didn't get the point. Maybe they would be better used as the basis for some fictional short stories. As they are, they are nothing more than the ghost encounter stories that we have all heard from friends or relatives; the stories we listen to politely and say "Wow, that's weird" while thinking the person was dreaming, has an overactive imagination or is just crazy. There just wasn't enough to them beyond some sounds and feelings of someone being present.

If you want a quick read for the morning communte that doesn't challange yor mind, this is a good choice. If you are looking for something that will have you sleeping with the lights on, probably not.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Grampy on August 14, 2012
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An excellent, and well named, creepy collection of scary stories. The author maintains that several of these stories are first-person actual experiences he has had. In other words, they are true ghost stories! But among the ones the author does not claim as part of his life experience are some dandies.

"Rumblin" is one of my favorites, in which a creepy park ranger warns campers to come straight to his cabin when "the rumblin" starts. He doesn't explain what "the rumblin" is. The story is told from the POV of a family of campers. At first they dismissed the ranger as being a few donuts shy of a dozen, but when a fierce thunder storm wakes them in the night, they decide maybe it would be a good idea to head for the relative safety of the ranger's cabin. When they arrive, they learn that the ranger isn't the only "creepy" person hanging around. The "rumblin" is some kind of local phenomenon which happens every once in awhile, always accompanied by a serious storm, and the effect it has on normal people (granted, there weren't very many "normal" people in the cabin) is unpredictable, but always unpleasant.

And this is just one of the many creepy, scary stories in the collection. If you like hiding under the covers, or leaving a little night light on, definitely read this book. It just might give you some of the best nightmares you've ever had!
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