Graveyard

Graveyard Review

“Ghosts are always hungry,” someone once said—and no one knows how ravenous they really are more than Ed & Lorraine Warren, the world’s most renowned paranormal investigators. For decades, Ed and Lorraine Warren hunted down the truth behind the most terrifying supernatural occurrences across the nation… and brought back astonishing evidence of their encounters with the unquiet dead. From the notorious house immortalized in The Amityville Horror to the bone-chilling events that inspired the hit film The Conjuring, the Warrens fearlessly probed the darkness of the world beyond our own, and documented the all-too-real experiences of the haunted and the possessed, the lingering deceased and the vengeful damned.
Graveyard chronicles a host of their most harrowing, fact-based cases of ghostly visitations, demonic stalking, heart-wrenching otherworldly encounters, and horrifying comeuppance from the spirit world. If you don’t believe, you will. And whether you read it alone in the dead of night or in the middle of a sunny day, you’ll be forever haunted by its gallery of specters eager to feed on your darkest dread. Don’t miss the Warrens' latest film, Annabelle, in theaters now.

Books by Ed & Lorraine Warren also include Ghost Hunters, The Haunted, In a Dark Place, Werewolf, and Satan's Harvest.

Title:Graveyard
Edition Language:English

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    Graveyard Reviews

  • Kimberly

    2.5 starsI guess the rating on this one really isn't completely fair. I was expecting more of a novel of some of their experiences; instead, these were just some disjointed stories that Ed and Lorrain...

  • Rebecca McNutt

    Following Ed and Lorraine from the popular 2013 paranormal film The Conjuring, this book was kind of fun but rather disappointing. I really didn't care for the writing style (it was like reading a rea...

  • Will N Van

    Right off the bat, let me say that I'm not sure If I believe everything Ed and Lorraine Warren say they have experienced over the years. For those of us that keep up on these things, I am not the only...

  • Ava

    WOW this was so poorly written and the things they were saying were so outlandish but it was like eating a bag of spooky potato chips...

  • Jason

    Halloween 2014 book #1Two or three vignettes gave me chills, and a few of the stories are great examples of spooky folktales, but the annoying commentary on the part of the authors seriously detracted...

  • Melissa

    Deliciously creepy, but with glaring factual inconsistencies and spelling errors....

  • Steve Wiggins

    Continuing a theme from a couple of reviews ago, as well as my blog entries on these books (Sects and Violence in the Ancient World) I am working my way through the Warrens' oeuvre. I'm not doing this...

  • Eleanor

    This is a pretty disjointed work of "non-fiction," although really it's a collection of local legends and ghost stories presented as though they've been scientifically proven (without explaining any o...

  • Ernie

    I can't say I believe these stories, but they were better written then much of Stephen King's more recent novels. if these were true I would indeed be terrified. As of right now I am merely entertaine...

  • Hester

    More fantastically ridiculous and poorly written stories of hauntings, possessions and Satanic cults performing sacrifices in graveyards from Ed & Lorraine Warren....