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When the Ghost Screams: True Stories of Victims Who Haunt

When the Ghost Screams True Stories of Victims Who Haunt I do not know or pretend to know what happens when we die Still I hear the ghost scream I hear the screaming and am compelled to write the stories of those whose lives were snatched away They are the

  • Title: When the Ghost Screams: True Stories of Victims Who Haunt
  • Author: Leslie Rule Ann Rule
  • ISBN: 9780740761751
  • Page: 257
  • Format: Paperback
  • I do not know or pretend to know what happens when we die Still, I hear the ghost scream I hear the screaming and am compelled to write the stories of those whose lives were snatched away They are the murder victims, the ones who roam restlessly They are the headliners of this book Leslie RuleHauntings the word conjures up immediate and insatiable curiosity ParanI do not know or pretend to know what happens when we die Still, I hear the ghost scream I hear the screaming and am compelled to write the stories of those whose lives were snatched away They are the murder victims, the ones who roam restlessly They are the headliners of this book Leslie RuleHauntings the word conjures up immediate and insatiable curiosity Paranormal author Leslie Rule explores a new twist on this strange phenomenon when she explores brutal deaths and subsequent hauntings all over America in When the Ghost Screams No sector of the country is left untouched by these mystical happenings The Midwest, Northeast, Southwest, and, of course, Salem, Massachusetts to which the author has her own bizarre connection , all have unique and gruesome cases of their own ghostly incidents.Further, Leslie s hometown of Seattle, Wash is rud to be haunted and has a violent history of its own that is explored Prominent theory suggests that whether homicide or accidental, a violent death may cause the soul to linger behind on earth The author s own research leads her to believe unsolved violent deaths may be the cause of the most observed paranormal activity Leslie has visited each site and interviewed reliable witnesses who have actually encountered ghosts.Accompanied by the author s own dramatic black and white photographs, When the Ghost Screams also introduces sidebar articles on notorious crimes and trials featuring ghosts Best selling crime author Ann Rule writes the foreword.

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    1. This was a pretty good book by Leslie Rule. Different true stories about places all over the United States that are haunted. The stories were very detailed and they were not spooky. I was able to read it without getting "spooked". I did enjoy reading the stories as there alot of places that I didn't know about. Giving it four stars.

    2. After our 21 year-old cat died, a sister to me from age 9 to 30: I began seeking spiritual accounts on and loved "Ghosts Among Us". Thirteen years later I have read numerous haunted location books, preferring Canadian perspectives but Leslie Rule stands out because she is not a compiler. She researches haunted places to visit personally! Typically public establishments like hotels, she includes contact information: as a thank-you to her hosts and because we readers usually wish we can visit the [...]

    3. This is written by Ann Rule's daughterbut dang, she just doesn't write very well. These are just little snipets of ghost stories, all based on real murders/deaths that she has researchedbut it is really cheesy and goofy. There is even a section about her own cat and how it SEWED ITS OWN CLOTHES and speaks to her from the dead that should tell you everything you need to know about this book. It is quite entertaining in its total goofiness. Also, filled with lots of spooky shots of the haunted pla [...]

    4. I have seen other reviews that were not in favor of this book, but I must say that I have enjoyed myself quite a bit. The author has provided a book that has blended both history and the paranormal. She has taken the background of the characters and painted a brief picture for the reader, which has temporarily breathed life back into the tragic characters of her stories. I found the historical information to be fascinating and valuable. Without the history the ghostly tales would not have any me [...]

    5. I am fascinated by ghosts, so this book was very interesting. However, in the end, I felt a bit disappointed. I felt like the author could have done a better job. I really wanted her to expand on some of the unexplained experiences that people had. I also would have loved more photographs, particularly of "ghosts" caught on film at the locations in the book. Most of the photos were just ones that the author took herself while investigating, which were a bit boring. So overall, it was an interest [...]

    6. Honestly, anything that deals with Spirits/Ghost I would read. Most aren't great. =) It has all the mysteries of spirits that are earthbound or how they were earthbound. Anyone who love to reads about Spirits/Ghost I recommend this one.

    7. A famous story or two in here and two EVP specialists make an appearance (Debby and Mark Constantino, often seen on Ghost Adventures). I like these stories.

    8. I love these kinds of books. I love the blending of travel, history, and paranormal and that’s what this book is. Leslie Rule has a talent for storytelling. This particular book is all about “True Stories of Victims Who Haunt.” These are stories about victims of murder, suicide, and accidents. Locals tell her their stories about the mysterious happenings and even some ghost sightings!I have to say, I’ve read a lot of these kind of paranormal books over the years and thought that it might [...]

    9. Author Leslie Rule - ghost-story specialist daughter of author Ann Rule - joins the family business, as it were, by discussing ghost accounts linked to known murder cases. Though late in the book she kind of dilutes the intriguing premise by adding freakish accidents in there, and the Donner Party case of starving pioneer settlers eating their dead, which was ghastly human suffering but (possibly) not murder. Idea is that the grim crime is more likely to result in especially active hauntings, so [...]

    10. I don't know why I feel compelled to read all Leslie Rule's non-fiction books on ghost stories, but apparently I do. I must be a bigger Ann Rule fan than I thought. Leslie wrote really great fiction, but her ghost stories don't really stand out as any better than anyone else's, especially since she keeps making her own comments and speculations known, and they tend towards the overdramatic.

    11. In Rule’s novel, brutal deaths are investigated as the author reveals how the souls of those who die violently are prone to remain earthbound. For lovers of spine-tingling true stories, this is a must read!

    12. I have read all of Leslie Rule's books, and she never disappoints. Leslie will take you on an adventure across the US, that will make your hair stand on end. For any lover of a good ghost story, I recommend any of Leslie's books.

    13. I just can't get into this. It's not really what I was expecting it to be. I don't feel like making myself read something that I'm not enjoying when I have so many more books to read.

    14. This was an interesting book of stories , some that are close by maybe I will visit some of the sites someday!

    15. Written in a clear and fluid style, this is an entertaining digest of personal experiences and brushes with the dead. I enjoy "non-fiction" ghost stories, and this book was no exception.

    16. When The Ghost Screams: True Stories of Victims Who Haunt is a book about the supernatural. It's a collection of stories about the ghosts of victims of murders and other tragedies. The author, Leslie Rule, seems to fancy herself to be some sort of psychic, medium, or otherwise sensitive person. I couldn't quite figure out what it is she claims to be. I wasn't quite a fan of her personality or at least the way it came through her writing. We will get into that later.The book starts off beautifull [...]

    17. Leslie Rule's When the Ghost Screams: True Stories of Victims Who Haunt explores the supernatural world and chronicles various personal accounts of paranormal activity. For so many people - both paranormal enthusiasts and skeptics alike - the word 'hauntings' immediately conjures up a certain feeling of insatiable curiosity. Paranormal author Leslie Rule explores a new twist on this strange phenomenon as she investigates the historical events, the brutal deaths - and the subsequent hauntings - t [...]

    18. I am not someone who usually believes in ghost. Whenever I see Ghostbusters or anything like that, I simply roll my eyes and move on with my life. My mom, on the other hand, believes in everything supernatural. She believes in ghosts, in guardian angels, in psychics. Every couple of months she sages our house. I'm not joking, she really does burn sage throughout our house to rid it of bad spirits. My mom and I do have one thing supernatural we agree on: Ouija boards are evil. I've never played o [...]

    19. It's an okayish book. Not very detailed just contains snippets of ghost stories and read more like a tour guide then and an actual informative book about haunted sites. If you're a wannabe ghost hunter or someone fascinated with the supernatural like me, this book is not for you. It'll give you locations and a brief history of each place but again not too informative. Personally, I like to read more detailed accounts, especially personal accounts of haunted locations.

    20. i really wish the stories were a little more informative and not quite so flowery. plus some of the places she lists, you have no idea how to access them without private invitation from the homeowner so its kind of a dead end. what really bugged me was her own storytelling of pike place market and her experience with hauntings. it wasn't well connected.

    21. I didn't like this one as much as "Coast to Coast Ghosts" or "Ghosts Among Us" but it was still a pretty good read. I may have read one too many similar books in a short period of time, and thus had become bored with the subject matter.

    22. This book could have been written better. I was hoping for more fleshed out stories but instead I only got partial skeletons. Sometimes the stories themselves were only half a page long and most stories ended with the author herself asking a silly question.

    23. This book was so cheesy, SO corny. I just couldn't do it. I wanted to be scared, I love to be scaredbut wow. She would take a picture of a building in black and white and caption it, "such and such building is literally crawling with ghosts". I was just so disappointed.

    24. I was looking for a story about a "ghost party" and found one here. Though I am skeptical about ghosts, I found myself afraid to go downstairs alone at night. (Note to self: go back to books about serial killers.)

    25. I have read other books by Leslie Rule but this one was by far the most disappointing. I feel like all she did was compile a book full of well known ghost stories. I have read about most of the ones in the book in other books.

    26. A pretty good read, though I wish the stories were a little longer. There were a few mentioned that didn't get more than one or two sentences, which was disappointing.

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