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In Haunted Liverpool 34, cult author Tom Slemen documents some strange beings, including faceless terrors, moving statues, real-life vampires, shape-shifting entities, and time-slips. In this audiobook, you will not listen to the usual lame and hackneyed worn-out stories of ghosts; you will listen to original stories concerning the Lost House of Sefton Park, the terrifying visitor to a 24-hour supermarket in the wee small hours who spread terror among the staff with the macabre contents of his holdall, the sounds of a battle that was being waged 8,000 miles away that was heard in the centre of Liverpool, the enigmatic Keyhole Dancers, the sinister Capri that terrorized the city centre of Liverpool and evaded numerous police road traps, the 22 men in a hospital ward who all experienced the same moving dream, and the Curse of the Three Jesters. You will come face to face with the real Grim Reaper, and listen about the heart-stopping dangers of haunted vintage items bought online and in shops - including the red dress which stirs up the ghost of a child killer. You will also be given permission to listen to Tom Slemen’s collection of baffling, eerie mysteries that he keeps locked away in the section “File it Under Unknown”, and you will listen about the strange cultists known as the Lily White Boys - who sacrifice people to their nature god. These are just some of the unspeakable things touched upon in Haunted Liverpool 34.

©2021 Tom Slemen (P)2022 Tom Slemen

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Another Triumph

I’ve loved these Haunted Liverpool audiobooks for some time.
Once again the wonderfully talented Nigel Peever brings these stories to life with his addiction narration techniques

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Stories with sound effects!

Really enjoyed listening to this. What made it for me is the narration which is very good - the right voice for horror stories and a very easy listen at bedtime.
The other thing that is excellent, is the sound effects; car doors closing, ambient background noise etc. All make for a very immersive experience and definitely raise this up above the norm.
My only minor niggle, and it is very minor, is the Liverpool accents! (I know it's set in Liverpool, but I found the accent took me out of the moment - but this is a very personal thing and probably won't bother most people). Other than that, the narrator is excellent and definitely one of the better ones and make this a very easy recommend.

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  • B.McGrath
  • 20-02-22

another great experience

A very entertaining set of stories with possible events in the supernatural realm. I quickly got caught up in each short story and its' possibilities. I liked "the mug" story best, because it seemed just deserts were served. The predator becomes the prey. lol. I voluntarily listened to a free copy of this and am giving an honest review. The narrator did a great job showcasing his talents with voices and sound effects bringing the characters and stories to life.

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  • Chris S
  • 06-03-22

Wow - what a great book & performance!

Haunted Liverpool 34 by Tom Slemen is the most recent in his series. The book includes faceless entities, time slips, shapeshifters and other creepy, wierd, paranormal stories. The stories are engaging and absolutely captivating because of Nigel Peever’s performance. Mr. Peever brings the story to life with his unique voices and sound effects. Wonderful and can’t wait to read the other books in the series.

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  • Admiralu
  • 04-03-22

More Strange, Unusual & Bizarre Tales

This is the latest edition of the superb Haunted Liverpool series by Tom Slemen. He has collected numerous tales of the unusual, paranormal and bizarre. Many of these stories were shared by readers, found by his extensive research or contacted by Tom when he shares tales on his radio interviews. These stories are unlike any others and superbly brought to life by the incredible Nigel Peever. If this is your first experience, you will definitely want more. Be sure to pick up the other fantastic audio versions of earlier books for more entertaining strangeness.