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It had also simply been abandoned a few times. Several people that had previously lived at the house claimed it was haunted. I appreciate the author giving a list of reasons why these events could happen. Many of his theories have nothing to do with the paranormal. This to me made the author a reliable witness. I would like to thank the occupants of the house for sharing their stories with us. I am left to wonder how many more people have lived there since. I am also curious if the house still stands and is currently occupied.
I don't want to give away anymore than I feel I should as I believe the reader should experience what the couple does first hand. This story gave me chills while reading it and chills as I thought about it as I walked my own house at night. Wow, just wow. Was it ghosts, demons, or simply bad energy? Maybe it was all of the above that created the Hell House they had once attempted to call home. I give it the 5 stars it deserves. I loved this book!! It was so real it was frightening. Can't wait to go back and read the other 2 books by this author that he references in this frightening tale!
Great Job G. L Davies you have a super fan in me! Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest by author G. L Davies is a spooky, intense read!
A perfect book for October! Full of creepy non fiction accounts of a couples dream house gone nightmare.
Told in an interview dialogue, the book reads fast paced and fun! If you love movies including Amityville Horror, the Conjuring 2, Stranger Things the series , and Insidious, or if you are looking for a good scare then I would definitely recommend this book. But is it true? That is the one thought that permeates all others both before commencing, during and on completion of this absorbing, deeply unsettling but at the same time thoroughly entertaining account of strange otherworldly goings on in a seemingly fairly nondescript Victorian terraced house in the South Wales town of Haverfordwest.
When I requested this book I was unaware that it was a real life account and I also didn't know it was a prequel. This might have put me off. At first I worried it would have a "found footage" feel as it was written in an interview format. However, I continued and soon found myself drawn into the story of Anne and Dai. It resonates with me as I have lived in Wales in my misspent youth and I have also lived in a haunted house not at the same time.
I think because I have experienced living in a haunted environment the story felt authentic. I found this book genuinely creepy. I would love to know if anyone ever found more information about the spirits in this house and their origin. I thought the authors attempt at the end to provide a variety of potential reasons for the experiences other that a supernatural origin really interesting and refreshing that alternative conclusions were explored.
Crikey what a book! I loved it and couldn't put it down. It's fascinating, compelling, scary, I can't describe it any better. A must read. Haunted: Horror of Haverfordwest kept my unswerving attention from the first page to the last. I looked forward to reading it each day and night; I shared my findings with whoever would listen until at times they complained of goosebumps. When I originally found the title, through sheer luck, by looking up what I might find in the horror category, I did not realize this work is nonfiction. Honestly, that made the reading far more gripping for me.
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I find G. What a truly fascinating read. I am one of those people who really sits on the fence when it comes to all things supernatural.
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So many people I know say they have experienced something odd or ghostly and I find it all a bit creepy I also love a good ghost story, especially around Autumn with the cold nights drawing in and this read fitted the bill. It was more in the style of an interview with 2 people, unfortunate enough to live at this house in Haverfordwest from to The awful goings on almost ruined their marriage and ultimately their lives. I also liked that the book explored that some goings on, including feeling cold spots and hearing crying, could be rationally explained.
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It really made me think and by the end I realised that we will never really know what the explanation is for the things these poor people experienced and we probably never will. I would love to read a third account of what happened in this house so if anyone thinks they have lived there at any point in time then get in touch with the author. This book is well written and has a good flow. It is very atmospheric, I found myself cringing, holding myself tense and grinding my teeth at some points as the story unfolds.
I would definitely recommend it to family and friends but would suggest that it is probably best read with someone else in the house and during daylight, not in the dark during a storm as I did. Really spooked me. Very creepy retell of what happened in a haunted house when a married couple lived in it for a short period of time in the late 80's -early 90's. I am a skeptic, but that does not mean that I could not suspend belief a few times while reading about the horrifying things that happened in that house..
I recommend you read the author's own experience of the house as well.
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I could not put this book down. I found the story to be creepy, scary and at times terrifying. A creepy ghost story just right for this time of year as the nights draw in. I want to say thank you to Netgalley for the early copy of this book for me to read and review. I saw this and had to request it as it's about a small town in Wales that I grew up in I downloaded the first book see previous review as I wanted to get the whole experience - but for those of you interested, the first book is at the end of this book.
This is released on the 30th November so pre-order it now!! This time it follows the story of another couple who lived in The House years before, the things they suffered and how it affected them. The tales are horrific and awful and I couldn't imagine ever living through what they did.
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Having lived in Haverforwest for 18 years of my life, I'm really grateful it wasn't in this house I have spent a long time thinking about whereabouts it could be but then I get distracted by all the places I remember being mentioned again Pablo's chippy Another creepy and scary book to read from GL Davies. Having lived in Haverfordwest for 18 years of my life, I'm really grateful it wasn't in this house This is a fantastic read if you want to read a horror that's real life Good book, a great prequel. I look forward to more from this author.
This was a perfect book. This book is creepy! If you get nightmares because you read at night about haunted houses, this will do it! There are many eyewitness accounts by people who lived in the same house at different time periods. I typically do not have a problem with books like this, but there were parts that bothered me. Fair warning. Whether these accounts are true or not, it is interesting and unlike anything, I have read before. Would recommend to anyone wanting to read about a haunted house that is not your usual haunting. The book is presented in the form of an interview with the couple who have lived in the haunted house, giving a sense of immediacy as everything comes directly from them.
The story itself, though, really stayed with me. Spooky stuff. The book is very atmospheric, builds at an excellent - as well as suspenseful - pace with Davis knowing when to step back and let his interviewees do the talking. I found myself unexpectedly invested in Dai and Anne's story in particular as their personalities shone through in the transcript formatting, both coming across as relatable, likeable, although not really credible outside of a fictional setting. Their account of the goings on at the house is enough to put a chill down the spines of most horror fans, there is some deeply disturbing and upsetting imagery throughout.
There was more than enough here to make me deeply regret not reading it during the day.