Saturday, June 6, 2020

Review: True Hauntings: Deadly Disasters


True Hauntings: Deadly Disasters πŸ‘»

Dinah Wiliams 

First of all, seeing the cover of this book took me back to my elementary school days waiting for the Scholastic Book Fair to come to my school because I would totally buy all of the horror books. Today, as an adult in my thirties, I still love horror, and I was so excited to read this one!

Set to release on July 7, 2020, Dinah Williams presents ten gruesomely tragic stories across the globe. From the deadly 2011 Japanese tsunami to the 1911 Triangle Shirtwaist Fire, Williams tells the stories of tragic accidents that left behind hundreds, if not thousands, of restless spirits.

Marketed for 8-12 years olds, I often yelled out “gross” or “eww” while reading, but I know I would have loved it even more as a kid. Williams also provides related facts and tidbits throughout the book which made me pull out my laptop and research. While I do wish the book provided photos of some of the supposed ghosts caught on camera, I looked each story up myself to find the evidence to support each tragedy.

In the introduction, Williams says that “20%” of people believe in ghosts. Count me as part of that 20%!


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