The Visitors: A True Haunting (True Hauntings Book 5)
The whole town said the old, abandoned mansion was haunted, but the Sanders family didn’t care. They didn’t believe in ghosts…but they would.
Named for the row of weeping willows that lined the driveway,Willow Terrace was the most well-known house in the county. With its sweeping views, wraparound porches, and fourteen rooms it was the kind of place that was coveted. Built...more
I always enjoy reading about haunted houses and since this one is based on a true story it was even better. The author immediately pulled me in allowing the characters to come to life. A quick read that really left me wanting more.
I am usually not a fan of stories about hauntings since they are often dry accounts that read like a history book or worse. This one reads like a story which I thoroughly enjoyed. I would like to point out that a pentagram has nothing to do with devil worship and unless upside down represents good things--the four elements and spirit, the fifth. Upside down, it represents the material triumphant over spirit and could be rightfully seen as evil.