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Two different hauntings, investigated at different times, will push a group of investigators beyond their breaking point.Reindeer Manor is mired in unsolved crimes. Running from the property won’t solve your problems, it will magnify them.Everyone who has visited Foxwood has either been killed or irreversibly changed.Just because the investigation is done, doesn’t mean theTwo different hauntings, investigated at different times, will push a group of investigators beyond their breaking point.Reindeer Manor is mired in unsolved crimes. Running from the property won’t solve your problems, it will magnify them.Everyone who has visited Foxwood has either been killed or irreversibly changed.Just because the investigation is done, doesn’t mean the ghosts are....

Title : The Haunted Houses of Foxwood and Reindeer Manor
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ISBN : 9781460917978
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 710 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Haunted Houses of Foxwood and Reindeer Manor Reviews

  • Kelly Truelove
    2019-05-22 02:36

    I'll begin by saying that the editing errors were noticeable, but overall, did not detract from my enjoyment of the stories. I liked how the hauntings of both Foxwood (The Davis House) and Reindeer Manor were intertwined and how our cast of characters, surprisingly well-developed, made appearances in both. The ending was unexpected and spot on. In fact, I enjoyed these books so much that I made sure my husband picked them up next just so we could discuss the story. I was pleasantly surprised to find these and enjoyed the haunted ride. I definitely recommend the book and while these stories seem pretty well wrapped up, I hope the author writes more of the same type of story in the future.

  • Greg
    2019-05-03 03:27

    Twists, turns, surprises, this book was full of them. I kept asking myself what really happened until the end. My only complaint is that the author repeated himself several times when covering the story from different perspectives. Overall a great haunted house story almost on par with Hell House by Richard Matheson.