Tales of the Weird

  • by Tom Slemen
  • Narrated by RK Meier
  • 10 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Welcome to Tom Slemen's Tales of the Weird, a journey into the chilling sphere of the supernatural where you will encounter, vampires, werewolves, and even the Devil himself....
Here are just some of the things you will hear about in Tales of the Weird: A centuries-old demonic royal rapist.... A happily-married woman who became possessed by three strange personalities - including that of a nymphomaniac.... The terrifying power of the Evil Eye, which could be upon you at this moment.... so how do you deflect its lethal powers? The unearthly figures from a tapestry who abduct people.... The many well-documented visits of a Reaper-like being who comes to collect those who have an appointment with death....will he be coming for you soon? The bizarre and creepy entity that latches onto people it sees in cafes.... The spinechilling story of a clown doll that returned from its little cemetery grave.... Peculiar reports of TARDIS-like time machines, apparently from the future.... The amazing case of the man who travelled 4000 miles to meet a soul mate - all because of a strange dream.... The sinister vampire stalking Hollywood - who is he? The gifted child who could create terrifying wild animals through sheer willpower.... The stomach-churning execution and detainment of an evil witch in Knowsley.... The eerie beings from beyond that are out to snatch children.... The catastrophic weather-control experiment which involved the British Army and Stonehenge.... The Orgisher - the nightmarish entity which has driven thousands of people to commit suicide.... Just some of the unearthly, horrifying but fascinating stories unearthed by the unrivalled master of the supernatural - Tom Slemen, in Tales of the Weird!


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Sorry that the book was read by an American lots of mis pronunciations and this detracted from Tom's Brilliant work
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- Lastknight

a good listen apart from ........

this book is a good listen with some good storys
its all good apart from the narrator trying to master a Liverpool accent.
its almost laughable but ruins the listening experience
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- Reverend Simon Hodding

Book Details

  • Release Date: 14-08-2015
  • Publisher: Tom Slemen