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People are going missing in the Woods, being taken, but by who, or what...? True tales of horrifying disappearances in the woods... and the possible answers behind it. The Woods will never be the same again... Steph Young has appeared on National radio shows including "Coast to Coast Am," "Midnight in the Desert," "Where did the road go?" "The Unexplained," & "Darkness Rad People are going missing in the Woods, being taken, but by who, or what...? True tales of horrifying disappearances in the woods... and the possible answers behind it. The Woods will never be the same again... Steph Young has appeared on National radio shows including "Coast to Coast Am," "Midnight in the Desert," "Where did the road go?" "The Unexplained," & "Darkness Radio." Steph Young is an independent researcher, addicted to researching all Supernatural, Paranormal, Esoteric and enigmatic Mysteries. Each book seems to lead to further questions and searches for answers, as the Mysteries inevitably deepen & develop into ever more complex riddles in the spectrum of the Unknown.... Creepy true tales of strange disappearances in the woods, unexplained vanishings & mysterious Deaths. Creepy Mysteries of the Unexplained. Unexplained Disappearances & Missing people; True Stories. ....Things can get strange when you're alone in the woods....and something in the woods is taking People; something unknown that we cannot define; something that others have had the misfortune to encounter. People snatched soundlessly, never to be seen again. Or returned; dead. A strange and highly unusual predator. Highly intelligent. Very successful. And able to overpower someone in an instant.... This is a puzzle. An often deadly one. People are disappearing in the Woods. Screams heard in the distance; or, just ominous silence... The primal fear of something dangerous lurking, coming closer…..For some people, this can turn into a deadly reality. For those left behind, there is only confusion, fear, panic…..The Woods will never be the same again....


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People are going missing in the Woods, being taken, but by who, or what...? True tales of horrifying disappearances in the woods... and the possible answers behind it. The Woods will never be the same again... Steph Young has appeared on National radio shows including "Coast to Coast Am," "Midnight in the Desert," "Where did the road go?" "The Unexplained," & "Darkness Rad People are going missing in the Woods, being taken, but by who, or what...? True tales of horrifying disappearances in the woods... and the possible answers behind it. The Woods will never be the same again... Steph Young has appeared on National radio shows including "Coast to Coast Am," "Midnight in the Desert," "Where did the road go?" "The Unexplained," & "Darkness Radio." Steph Young is an independent researcher, addicted to researching all Supernatural, Paranormal, Esoteric and enigmatic Mysteries. Each book seems to lead to further questions and searches for answers, as the Mysteries inevitably deepen & develop into ever more complex riddles in the spectrum of the Unknown.... Creepy true tales of strange disappearances in the woods, unexplained vanishings & mysterious Deaths. Creepy Mysteries of the Unexplained. Unexplained Disappearances & Missing people; True Stories. ....Things can get strange when you're alone in the woods....and something in the woods is taking People; something unknown that we cannot define; something that others have had the misfortune to encounter. People snatched soundlessly, never to be seen again. Or returned; dead. A strange and highly unusual predator. Highly intelligent. Very successful. And able to overpower someone in an instant.... This is a puzzle. An often deadly one. People are disappearing in the Woods. Screams heard in the distance; or, just ominous silence... The primal fear of something dangerous lurking, coming closer…..For some people, this can turn into a deadly reality. For those left behind, there is only confusion, fear, panic…..The Woods will never be the same again....

30 review for Horror in the Woods

  1. 5 out of 5

    Nick Imrie

    I ought to love this: a spooky book of true stories about mysterious, possibly occult, disappearances, but it was just so badly written that I couldn't enjoy it. It's just a random jumble of stories, presented without context or introduction, and so badly linked together that I found myself flipping back paragraphs to ask, 'Wait, what, is this what happened next, or are we in a new story now?' The writing is not clear, even on a sentence level. Who exactly is 'he' in this sentence: 'Of John Tooke I ought to love this: a spooky book of true stories about mysterious, possibly occult, disappearances, but it was just so badly written that I couldn't enjoy it. It's just a random jumble of stories, presented without context or introduction, and so badly linked together that I found myself flipping back paragraphs to ask, 'Wait, what, is this what happened next, or are we in a new story now?' The writing is not clear, even on a sentence level. Who exactly is 'he' in this sentence: 'Of John Tooker, he appears to have been posting on the internet since the time that John Quinn wrote his 1999 report revealing him as a 'Montauk' experiencer.' Occasionally a paragraph will recap the paragraph directly preceding it. And there are various rambles and digressions which serve no purpose except to let you know that the author is as confused as you are: 'Two years later, his skull was found not far away. Many felt, because of his reference to 'they' that he was referring to alien entities. Or were there other 'voices' that had told him to do it? If so, where did those voices come from? Whatever was responsible, they were invisible to everyone else. Was he somehow lured...?' Some of the stories are presented without any source being offered, there's no footnotes or endnotes. Others come with a URL plonked directly in the text. Some come from the author's personal correspondence and are reproduced verbatim with the author's replies, but absolutely no tagging to let you know when it's switching from the author to the correspondent! It's maddening! If you can plow your way through the terrible text then there's a great variety of stories. Some are classic tales of people vanishing in the woods, in the style of Missing 411: The Devil's in the Details. Others are classic alien abductions. These are all good and spooky. Others seem to be the testimony of genuinely mentally unwell people, and I felt a little conflicted about them being included. Still others were found online and included, although the author is unsure whether they are genuinely tales of disappearances or from an online role-playing game, which seems to be the sort of thing that a good writer would verify before including them. So, overall, a badly written hodgepodge of stories grabbed from just about anywhere. It's disappointing because I picked up the book after hearing Steph Young speak on a podcast (I understand she has her own as well) where she sounded thoughtful and interesting. The most charitable thing I can say is that perhaps I failed to understand because she's expecting the reader to already be a listener of her show, who will already be familiar with the material. Or perhaps her other work is much better and this one was just hastily thrown together for kindle unlimited?

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bob

    The author of this book tries to give explanations of why an inordinate number of people seem to disappear in the woods, or more specifically, national parks. The numbers do seem staggering if you don't think about them too hard. National parks are huge areas, most of which are not mapped out with trails for visitors. If someone does make a wrong turn off the path, it's easy to get lost. So i don't need the author's explanations, which include UFO abductions, secret government experiments done o The author of this book tries to give explanations of why an inordinate number of people seem to disappear in the woods, or more specifically, national parks. The numbers do seem staggering if you don't think about them too hard. National parks are huge areas, most of which are not mapped out with trails for visitors. If someone does make a wrong turn off the path, it's easy to get lost. So i don't need the author's explanations, which include UFO abductions, secret government experiments done on unsuspecting hikers, and human trafficking with children being warehoused in caves underneath the earth. I would suggest the author look up Occam's Razor, or listen to Freud's wisdom in saying "sometimes a cigar is just a cigar". In this case, sometimes lost people are simply lost. No other explanation is necessary. As such, this book was not necessary either.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Charles Sheil

    Reading Horror in the Woods at the moment, not been able to put it down. Have been following Steph's books most recently, have read a few and I show a keen interest in all things Paranormal, She shows a great deal of research in each chapter and follows up on the small detail. The books I've read so far I give her a five Star rating. Nearly at the end of Horror in the Woods, but I'llaward her***** Keep up the good work Steph.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Deb Jarvie-Sexton

    Very intriguing... Well written,does not gloss over facts and witnessed events. Very compelling and believable. Highly recommend this book and all book written by Steph.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Janalyn Prude

    Weird, weird and weirder I don’t know where Steph Young finds all these strange reports but I’m glad she does. Anyone who likes weird but true stories. Read this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    tracia nelson

    Horrible This book is not worth , just skip it it seems like it is going to be a horror book not even close

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Suspenseful and thought provoking! Great detailed and fact based evidence research. It adds to the authenticity of the work. I am hoping to read the other books by the author!

  8. 5 out of 5

    Aubrey James Jr

    Ok It was just OK for me. No new or proven information. Could have been written as fiction to sound like fact?

  9. 4 out of 5

    Orion

    Seems like just a bunch of cut & paste snippets of missing people, UFO, stories with an authors opinion attached to each. If you are into those topics, you have likely already read or heard most of these stories. If you are looking for updated material or new facts on the missing person phenomena, don't bother with this read. Seems like just a bunch of cut & paste snippets of missing people, UFO, stories with an authors opinion attached to each. If you are into those topics, you have likely already read or heard most of these stories. If you are looking for updated material or new facts on the missing person phenomena, don't bother with this read.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Peter van

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    Lance Wright

  18. 4 out of 5

    Linda Koile

  19. 5 out of 5

    Barbara A. Trimmer

  20. 4 out of 5

    Steve Terrell

  21. 5 out of 5

    Yvonne Kinsella

  22. 5 out of 5

    jan andrews

  23. 4 out of 5

    Vickie Chavers

  24. 4 out of 5

    Adrienne Barr

  25. 5 out of 5

    Tibia

  26. 4 out of 5

    Leigh Abril

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    Shirley Wong

  28. 5 out of 5

    Merrily Witt

  29. 4 out of 5

    Gail Hughes

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mauro Pellegrini

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