Spooky Campfire Tales: Hauntings, Strange Happenings, and Supernatural Lore

  • Title: Spooky Campfire Tales: Hauntings, Strange Happenings, and Supernatural Lore
  • Author: S.E. Schlosser Paul G. Hoffman
  • ISBN: 9780762744763
  • Page: 245
  • Format: Paperback
  • Spooky Campfire Tales Hauntings Strange Happenings and Supernatural Lore Gather around the campfire for this collection of thirty creepy crawly ghost tales
    Gather around the campfire for this collection of thirty creepy, crawly ghost tales.

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    1. Good camp fun for young teens, not really creepy stories. In fact, I didn't even feel a breezy chill down the back of my neck while reading these, or even on my arm, or my leg, orah, my chin hairs. Even Bloody Mary was disappointing. This is the legend that scared me half out of my wits in the 5th grade girls bathroom??

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    2. I enjoyed this quick read. Just right combination of atmospheres. From a long time ago all the way to up to date stories with cell phones. Something for everyone but with that comes some stories that won't interest everyone. Still read all the stories anyhow. Easy to read a chapter at a time and put down until the time is right to pick it back up.

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    3. Good, varied collection of spooky stories, some of them being especially dark.

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    4. I enjoyed this book. I bought it knowing that my 9 year old son likes to tell stories around the campfire. Some stories were spookier than others, even a couple of funny ones, and most are easy to retell. I think my son will enjoy it this summer.

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    5. This is clearly a children's book, and I bought it at a state park camp store ~ so it should go without saying that my expectations were low. Unfortuantely, I was still dissapointed. The stories are interesting, but the story telling sucks. Which is ironic, because S.E.Schlosser (according to her forward) considers herself a master story teller. Perhaps she is ~ when she can act out scenes, add voices, etc. But her writing skills are horrible. Again ~ I didn't expect this collection to be great [...]

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    6. Nothing deep or difficult here; just a very enjoyable retelling of some macabre campfire tales. Especially memorable is "Playin' Piano," about an talentless woman who irritates her husband with her continual practicing, until he takes action against her and she takes some action of her own. Also: "I Can't Get In," which reminds the reader - once again - that it is very unwise to go home via a shortcut through the graveyard. After dark. And after drinking perhaps a bit too much moonshine. "Dark P [...]

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    7. Reminiscent of the 'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark' series - but nowhere NEAR as scary or memorable (some of the 'Scary' stories are still burned into my brain 18ish years later). Many of the stories are at least amusing, in a very corny kind of way, and I was pleasantly surprised that some of the stories really did NOT have happy endings but some morbid ones instead. Probably the only one that was closest to giving me the willies was "Don't Sell My House" - no character was spared in this on [...]

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    8. Spooky Campfire Tales is a compilation from the flexibility of storyteller,S.E. Schlosser and depicted by artist,Paul G. Hoffman.This assortment of riveting titles that make it difficult [but possible] to drop the book.It is enjoyable but at times,bland to the point where one just has to jump over a paragraph to get to the spiced parts.Fairly well done but I could see more potential in the overall storytelling.***-Well done!Commendable but not quite excellent!

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    9. This collection is your standard collection of urban legends and folklore, like the hooked hand killer trying to put the fear of Jayus into two horny teens parking on lovers lane and the birth of the Jersey Devil. Schlosser doesn't have the talent to make these stale stories feel fresh. The two stand out stories (well at least for me) were Vengeance and One Last Head, and that's not saying much.

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    10. I read this around my campfire every night I was camping. When I was done it just so happens one of us had to pee so we all went with our flashlights and lanterns. This book creeped out me and my whole family that's how great the collection of spooky stories it is.

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    11. These stories are creepy crawly and enjoyable because of it's corniness. I read "Piece By Piece" to my family and we all laughed, including my 11 year old, when the head rolled down the stairs to join the rest of the body parts. You get the picture.

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    12. A must-have book for camping with the family. We loved reading these around the campfire!

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    13. This is definitely geared towards children or families. Not scary at all, just a little hokey at times. Loved the illustrations.

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    14. I enjoyed the ghost stories, but the second section of the book was boring.

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