Scarier and stranger than any multiplex horror movie, Weird Encounters features more than 75 supernatural stories contributed by writers from across the country. Compiled by Joanne M. Austin, editor of the hugely successful Weird Hauntings, this chilling anthology tells of “Historic Haunts,” and “Hostel Environments” and conjures up a host of phantasms, paranormal pranksters, and devilishly destructive spirits-like the deceased owner of an Illinois inn whose ghost gets fresh with his female patrons and the bridge in Mississippi that's haunted by a serial murderer and his victims
What did I think:
This was the first time I've ever heard of this series , and I'm glad that my sister got me this copy but I don't think I'll get the rest of the series, while I did like reading some of them , and some of them was really good, they just didn't reach out and grab me like some of the other books I've read about actual ghost haunts , some just felt like there could be more to the story but the author just didn't know how to put it in to words or they kept something out, while its still a good book to add to your ghost library , its the type of book you pick up and just pick which stories you want to read , which is what I did and will be doing when ever I pick it up to read, I did love how at the end of each story they tell you where the hunted places are at and how to get there.
Up date: so as you can see I changed the rating to 4.5 one, while I was reading more of the stories I did find some that was a little creepy and strange but not enough to give me goosebumps and make the hair on my arms raise up.