Drac Von Stoller just finished 247 Audio Book projects on sale at Audible, Amazon and iTunes from the series 31 Horrifying Tales From The Dead with the help of very talented Narrators from ACX that wouldn't have been possible without their hard work and hours behind them. Drac Von Stoller would like to honor the 25 Narrators listed below with a special thanks that all started with his first Narrator Michael A. Adashefski on March 9, 2012 that narrated Drac Von Stoller's short story Captain Bloody Bones and finished the last audio book on February 5, 2017 with The Cards of Death narrated by 411 Audio. Listed below are more talented narrators that helped make all this possible. Michael A. Adashefski- 45 projects Theodore W. Brooks- 44 projects 411 Audio- 35 projects Luke Smith- 34 projects Peter Jude- 17 projects Rich Crankshaw- 11 projects Dan Absalonson- 8 projects Mike Vendetti- 11 projects Kelly Morgan- 9 projects Michael Ward- 6 projects Bruce Donnelly- 6 projects Scott Clem- 3 projects Jonathan Waters- 2 projects James Kiser- 3 projects Jason Burkhead- 2 projects Bruno Belmar- 2 projects John Fiore- 1 project Richard Jagger- 1 project Samuel Schwarz- 1 project Mark Kovar- 1 project Stephen Ogden- 1 project Ezekiel Robison- 1 project Bruce Stone- 1 project Robert Lee Wilson- 1 project (The Late) Aaron E. Tucker- 1 project Drac Von Stoller finished out 2016 with 375,917 downloads and 234,332 downloads came from his Number 1 retailer Google Play & Books bringing his total downloads to date of 1,124,822. Also, Drac Von Stoller released 9 short films on Amazon Video on September 30, 2016 that has 128,566 minutes streamed. Drac Von Stoller also signed a Worldwide distribution deal for his film project for 2017 in December 2016. Drac Von Stoller reached his goal of over 1 Million downloads of his short stories on September 26, 2016 with (1,000,145) downloads! Drac Von Stoller finished 9 Short Films that will be out September 30, 2016 on Amazon Video Direct with titles "Bloody Mary," "The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs," "The Haunted Mirror," "The Doll," "The Clown Statue," "The Zombie Bride," "The Vanishing Hitchhiker" starring Clint Eastwood's daughter Kimber Lynn, "No More Mr. Nice Guy." and "Dracula:The Legend Lives." Amazon Video Direct Links to Drac Von Stoller Films- September 30, 2016 The Babysitter and the Man Upstairs- www.amazon.com/dp/B01LP2HXNS Zombie Bride - www.amazon.com/dp/B01LP1WJ56 The Vanishing Hitchhiker- www.amazon.com/dp/B01LG7EXXU Dracula: The Legend Lives- www.amazon.com/dp/B01M125L2P The Clown- www.amazon.com/dp/B01LP52A10 Bloody Mary- www.amazon.com/dp/B01LRK01SC No More Mr. Nice Guy- www.amazon.com/dp/B01LW8WTGW The Haunted Mirror- www.amazon.com/dp/B01LRKC4PU The Doll- https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LRKYIYA Drac Von Stoller had a record day on December 4, 2016 on Google Play & Books with 1,415 downloads of his short stories Drac Von Stoller has had 180 of his short stories in the Top Selling on Google Books & Play and now in the Top Selling in 32 Categories. Drac Von Stoller's short story "The Clown" just went Number 1 on iTunes Top Ghost stories in Australia pushing his already Number 1 story "Bloody Mary" to the Number 2 spot on October 9, 2016. Drac Von Stoller has sold 2,126 Audio Books to date. Laura Miller from the award-winning Salon News and Entertainment Media web site with 17.5 million monthly visitors Interviewed Drac Von Stoller on Wednesday August 13, 2014. Link below for interview. http://www.salon.com/2014/08/17/portrait_of_a_self_published_author_drac_von_stollers_invisible_literary_empire/ Audio Books of Drac Von Stoller can be purchased through Audible, Amazon and iTunes. Check out Drac Von Stoller's "New" Website at dracvonstoller.wix.com/drac & dracvonstoller.wix.com/films Drac Von Stoller's Audio Books at http://www.audible.com/dracvonstoller https://www.amazon.com/author/dracvonstoller Google Books & Play-https://play.google.com/store/search?q=drac+von+stoller
Dead Body Under The Mattress (Urban Legend)by Drac Von Stoller
Bill and Karen Stevens were so excited to get to spend a weekend away from their children. Bill was the top salesman of his company that year and was awarded a weekend trip at any four star hotel of his choice compliments of the company he works for. Bill and Karen packed their belongings and said goodbye to their children and headed to the airport to their
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Bill and Karen Stevens were so excited to get to spend a weekend away from their children. Bill was the top salesman of his company that year and was awarded a weekend trip at any four star hotel of his choice compliments of the company he works for. Bill and Karen packed their belongings and said goodbye to their children and headed to the airport to their destination.
The plane finally landed and they were ready for a fun filled weekend without their kids. Bill and Karen held hands as they approached the front desk of the beautiful Four Star Hotel. The man at the front desk said "Could I help you?"
"As a matter of fact you can, me and my wife have reservations at this lovely hotel."
"Your name, please?" asked the man at the front desk.
"Oh, yes, suite number 13 the penthouse," replied the man at the front desk.
The man at the front desk handed Bill the key to the suite and Bill and Karen got on the elevator with excitement on their faces as their evening of passion slowly turned into horror. Bill put the key in the door and they both stepped inside their suite, and Karen walked over to the bed, and lain down, and looked around at the beautifully decorated suite. Then a foul odor surrounded her and she said "Bill, what is that odor?"
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The book gets 3 stars from me because the title gives away the ending. It was an 8-page story which, even with poor grammar, was a fun read.
This has got to be a juvenile author. English Lit. Apparantly has never been undertaken by the author. The guy at the front desk quote unquote , has no name and other typographically critical errors that go above and beyond the normally expected ones. His or her books are mostly all eight pagers and free. Thanks but no thanks . When you get out of fifth or sixth grade , let me know when you take writing 101 and I may consider giving you another try. Might be ok for seven or eight year olds.
Did not really enjoy.