~ From the #1 bestselling author of Reunion and Twisted Vengeance.
~ Listed with Goodreads Best Breakout Authors of 2011.
Creepy is a collection of short stories, some fiction and some not that will send shivers down your spine!
Creepy contains two of my favorite short-suspense stories (The Rumblin’ and Murdoch’s Eyes), but best of all, it includes some of my real life supernatural experiences…absolutely true ghoststories. I was around ten years old when I had my first supernatural experience. Thirty years later, my ghosts have returned and they are creepier than ever. I’ve seen full-bodied apparations, felt a dark presence practically breathing down my neck, and I work everyday with a ghost who seems more curious than anything.
The following true stories are all inside CREEPY:
~ The Shadow Man
~ The Ghost Named Earl
~ Someone in the Basement
These ghostly experiences have influenced my writing and allowed me to truly capture the essence of fear and suspense that you’ll discover in my fiction. If you enjoy creepy tales from Stephen King, you’ll love my heart pounding, short stories too. This collection of true stories and short suspense will at the very least, creep you out!
OTHER HOT REVIEWS:
“With the author using horror as a psychological special effect, Murdoch’s Eyes packs a fearsome punch. A killer of a short story thriller!” – Michele Tater, The Couch Tater Review
“Murdoch’s Eyes is a wicked, twisted little tale. A thrilling paranormal both well written and with some truly freaky characters. I don’t think I’ll ever look at anyone with green eyes the same again.” – Jen Wylie, Author of Sweet Light
“Reading the reviews of this book, I wondered if it was all it was hyped up to be. Reading it – I discovered it really was. The violence is beautifully executed, the plot is perfect in its speed and intensity and the characters are wonderfully written. Jeff Bennington has written a stunning story here. Ten out of ten.” – Michael Wilson
“Very interesting story, Jeff! I don’t think I would’ve gotten much sleep either.” – Neal Hock, The Bookhound’s Den