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Ghosts of the Silent Hills
- Stories Based on True Hauntings
- Narrated by: Riya Mukherjee
- Length: 9 hrs and 54 mins
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The dead do not rest till they get what they want. You have arrived in the hills. In here, you are surrounded by dense, menacing forests, enveloped in a deadly silence... You never know what lurks here in the cold, dark night. Do not walk alone after sunset in the hills. A beautiful woman in white haunts the Lonely pathways, looking to enchant and ensnare men... All the people who died in accidents here... They say you hear their screams at night. And the deserted lodges sitting amidst lush greenery and calm streams... Spirits lie in wait here, ready to prey on the living. There are sceptics who did not heed these warnings. They tried to rationalize what they saw, what they felt. But when they came face to face with the beings that they believed didn’t exist, they couldn’t run away anymore... Ghosts of the Silent Hills is a collection that will make your nights a little scarier, encompassing the very best spine-chilling stories based on true hauntings.
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- Amazon Customer
Tried but it just didn't grip me at all
Found it hard to find stories in the least bit interesting, narrator ok story not
1 person found this helpful
A new world of horror
Indian horror stories are new to me and this is a wonderful anthology of stories
- Chaitali Paliwal
Riveting stories and fantastic narration
The stories come alive like a film to the mind’s eye. Riya does full justice to the narration - emotions, voice modulation for the different characters so much so that we can build the character/features of the people.
Definitely worth a read and listening to the audio version.