Haunted Kids: True Ghost Stories

Haunted Kids: True Ghost Stories

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Overview

Many kids claim to have seen ghosts in all sorts of places—cemeteries, bedrooms, attics, schools, roadways, forests, caves. Often, experts were called in to investigate these apparent hauntings, and most of the time these so-called experts walked away baffled. The only thing that everyone could agree on was that something very weird had happened, something that could never be fully explained.

This first book in Allan Zullo’s popular Haunted Kids series is a collection of 11 creepy tales inspired by real-life cases taken from the files of noted ghost hunters. Do ghosts really exist? Well, you’ll have to decide that for yourself after listening to:
Disc 1
The Devil’s Garden
Grave Consequences
The Headless Trainman
The Secret of Room 333
The Home Wrecker
Disc 2
The Ghost of Slow Sam
The Baby-Sitting Ghost
The Scaredy Cats
The Thing in the Attic
The Warning
The Glowing Ball of Death

So, Turn Out the Lights, Turn up the Volume, and Turn Loose the Terror!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781501295324
Publisher: Brilliance Audio
Publication date: 09/01/2015
Series: Haunted Kids Series , #1
Edition description: Unabridged
Product dimensions: 5.25(w) x 6.75(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 8 - 9 Years

About the Author

In 1969, Allan Zullo graduated with a journalism degree from Northern Illinois University where he worked on the school's daily paper, The Northern Star, first as a sportswriter, then news editor, managing editor and finally editor-in-chief. Allan created and wrote "The Ghost Story Club" daily comic strip, which was syndicated nationally by Tribune Media Services from 1995 to 1998. For more than 16 years, Allan has produced dozens of annual boxed daily-page calendars for Andrews McMeel Publishing.
Today Allan is the author and co-author of more than 80 current and forthcoming nonfiction trade paperbacks. Allan lives with his wife Kathryn (his childhood sweetheart and most honest critic) on the side of a mountain in Fairview, North Carolina, minutes from downtown Asheville, which some call Paris of the South or Little San Francisco of the East.

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