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COULD FOURTEEN-YEAR-OLD NOAH PROCTOR HAVE SLAUGHTERED HIS FAMILY IN THEIR BEDS, ARRANGED THEIR BODIES ON A COUCH AND PUT THEIR HEADS ON THE MANTEL? EVERYONE IN TOWN THINKS SO, BUT NOAH’S NOT TALKING. Proctor Hall is one of Lafourche Parish’s oldest sugar cane plantations. After Noah murdered his parents and little sister in 1963, he went away to an institution while caretake COULD FOURTEEN-YEAR-OLD NOAH PROCTOR HAVE SLAUGHTERED HIS FAMILY IN THEIR BEDS, ARRANGED THEIR BODIES ON A COUCH AND PUT THEIR HEADS ON THE MANTEL? EVERYONE IN TOWN THINKS SO, BUT NOAH’S NOT TALKING. Proctor Hall is one of Lafourche Parish’s oldest sugar cane plantations. After Noah murdered his parents and little sister in 1963, he went away to an institution while caretakers maintained the place. Twenty-six years later the man who never spoke returned home. A girl disappears and people believe Noah’s up to his old tricks. Four college students visit the now-abandoned farmhouse as part of a class project, and they fall victim to whoever – or whatever – still resides within its walls. Famous paranormal investigator Landry Drake conducts a séance there, uncovers long-hidden secrets and learns that the horror of Proctor Hall is still at work.


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COULD FOURTEEN-YEAR-OLD NOAH PROCTOR HAVE SLAUGHTERED HIS FAMILY IN THEIR BEDS, ARRANGED THEIR BODIES ON A COUCH AND PUT THEIR HEADS ON THE MANTEL? EVERYONE IN TOWN THINKS SO, BUT NOAH’S NOT TALKING. Proctor Hall is one of Lafourche Parish’s oldest sugar cane plantations. After Noah murdered his parents and little sister in 1963, he went away to an institution while caretake COULD FOURTEEN-YEAR-OLD NOAH PROCTOR HAVE SLAUGHTERED HIS FAMILY IN THEIR BEDS, ARRANGED THEIR BODIES ON A COUCH AND PUT THEIR HEADS ON THE MANTEL? EVERYONE IN TOWN THINKS SO, BUT NOAH’S NOT TALKING. Proctor Hall is one of Lafourche Parish’s oldest sugar cane plantations. After Noah murdered his parents and little sister in 1963, he went away to an institution while caretakers maintained the place. Twenty-six years later the man who never spoke returned home. A girl disappears and people believe Noah’s up to his old tricks. Four college students visit the now-abandoned farmhouse as part of a class project, and they fall victim to whoever – or whatever – still resides within its walls. Famous paranormal investigator Landry Drake conducts a séance there, uncovers long-hidden secrets and learns that the horror of Proctor Hall is still at work.

30 review for The Proctor Hall Horror

  1. 5 out of 5

    Melissa ♥ Dog/Wolf Lover ♥ Martin

    Heads are going to roll... oh wait, they already did Why do they make me stay where it’s always dark? I like the light, but they won’t allow it. I would like to see, but in the darkness there is nothing to see. I was all over the place with this book. People in this book needed to be smacked for the stupid decisions they made. At one point I had the book rated a 5 star, went down to a 3 and the decided on a solid 4 star review. I loved the characters and the atmosphere was creepy as hell and Heads are going to roll... oh wait, they already did Why do they make me stay where it’s always dark? I like the light, but they won’t allow it. I would like to see, but in the darkness there is nothing to see. I was all over the place with this book. People in this book needed to be smacked for the stupid decisions they made. At one point I had the book rated a 5 star, went down to a 3 and the decided on a solid 4 star review. I loved the characters and the atmosphere was creepy as hell and there were ghosts and chopped things and nutters!! And the mansion was creepy as all get out. The thing that kept getting to me, as I’ve mentioned, was the stupidity!! I mean it was never ending!! That in itself almost put me over the edge. But I would seriously read it again. Skim through the idiot stuff and it’s on par with a great creepy book! The storyline is crazy train and I loved it! I’m looking forward to trying out the authors other books. They are on kindle unlimited US at this moment in time! *Thank you to Netgalley and Ascendente Books for a digital copy of this book. Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾 BLOG: https://melissa413readsalot.blogspot....

  2. 5 out of 5

    Vonda

    STOP and do not pass this one up! This is one of THE best books I have read in awhile. This one has a wee bit of gore but the mystery and thriller aspect gave me chills and kept me reading. Mr. Thompson is brilliant how he can segue from one scene to another many years later and keep the narrative flowing at a fast, breath taking pace. This masterful writer has become one of my new faves, I have to read all of his books now!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Montzalee Wittmann

    The Proctor Hall Horror The Bayou Hauntings Book 7 by Bill Thompson This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I love a good supernatural/ghost story! This one fits the bill and adds an extra bit of mystery and twists to the plot! I had not read any of the others in the series but it didn't seem to effect how I enjoyed or understood this story. If all the stories are similar in excitement, then this series would make a great TV show! Loved the build-up, the twists, and su The Proctor Hall Horror The Bayou Hauntings Book 7 by Bill Thompson This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I love a good supernatural/ghost story! This one fits the bill and adds an extra bit of mystery and twists to the plot! I had not read any of the others in the series but it didn't seem to effect how I enjoyed or understood this story. If all the stories are similar in excitement, then this series would make a great TV show! Loved the build-up, the twists, and surprises! Will certainly read more in the series!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Latasha

    3.5 I would like to thank NetGalley and Ascendente Books for the chance to read this early. This is the first of The Bayou Haunting books I've read but had no problem enjoying the story. This can be read as a stand alone. The story was good once it actually took off. I had some issues with the first 10 chapters or so, everything would be moving along just fine and then a character would do or say something so incredibly cookie cutter predictable, it would take me out of the book. (Think I Kn 3.5 I would like to thank NetGalley and Ascendente Books for the chance to read this early. This is the first of The Bayou Haunting books I've read but had no problem enjoying the story. This can be read as a stand alone. The story was good once it actually took off. I had some issues with the first 10 chapters or so, everything would be moving along just fine and then a character would do or say something so incredibly cookie cutter predictable, it would take me out of the book. (Think I Know What You Did Last Summer movie-that level of acting). However, once we got past that (or I got use to it) it got so much better. The story and the mystery is good. The characters are ok, the setting is great. Based on this book, I would read more by this author if the book was shorter. This one went by fast enough (thank goodness for short chapters!) but I did contemplate not finishing it a few times. I got this around the same time my friend did and we read it together.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Elaine's Reviews

    I love a good horror read and the premise for The Proctor Hall Horror really intrigued me. in 1963, a 14 year old boy sits mute on the stairs in his house. His parents and 12 year old sister inside, murdered, their heads displayed on the mantelpiece. Locked up in an institution for many years after the killings, Proctor Hall gains the reputation as the most haunted plantation in all of Louisiana. Many people over the years are anxious to get to the bottom of the true story of Proctor Hall, inclu I love a good horror read and the premise for The Proctor Hall Horror really intrigued me. in 1963, a 14 year old boy sits mute on the stairs in his house. His parents and 12 year old sister inside, murdered, their heads displayed on the mantelpiece. Locked up in an institution for many years after the killings, Proctor Hall gains the reputation as the most haunted plantation in all of Louisiana. Many people over the years are anxious to get to the bottom of the true story of Proctor Hall, including University Professor Julien Girard. He instructs his students every year to investigate as much as they can about the house as part of their assignment in his class on Louisiana culture. What ensues is scary, tense and edge of your seat gripping as the students and paranormal investigators come up against something horrific occupying the house. It hits the ground running and doesn't let up. And that is the story up until the 65% mark or so. From that point on, it felt like someone else had written the book. It does a 360 degree turn and becomes more of a stereotypical slasher/murder style read set in an isolated house surrounded by fields and in proximity to a hick town where no one can help. Gone were the chills and thrills of the earlier chapters and I found my attention wandering as I said more than once a total outrageous and disbelieving "REALLY????". The first half was excellent but the second half let it down in my humble opinion. 🌟🌟

  6. 4 out of 5

    Lindsay

    Are you looking for a good Halloween horror book to read? The Proctor Hall Horror put you there in an action-packed run. This one got it all from ghosts to paranormal activities. It had me thrilled that I could not put it down. Did Noah slay his whole family or did someone else? You will be guessing and trying to figure it all out until the last page. This book does have quite a horror to it. I do not read many Horror genre books. This one has me wanting more from this author and this series. I am Are you looking for a good Halloween horror book to read? The Proctor Hall Horror put you there in an action-packed run. This one got it all from ghosts to paranormal activities. It had me thrilled that I could not put it down. Did Noah slay his whole family or did someone else? You will be guessing and trying to figure it all out until the last page. This book does have quite a horror to it. I do not read many Horror genre books. This one has me wanting more from this author and this series. I am into paranormal shows and ghosts. This one does have quite a few deaths with a bit of chilling to it. Not a lot that it could be creepy. Though what happens in Proctor Hall seems quite scary terrifying, though I am not scared much. This one had me more. This has it all, murder, mystery, ghosts, and hauntings. There is even a bit more. What will happen to Noah and others? What secrets does Proctor Hall hold? Good for those that are looking for a Halloween book for themselves. This book is set with it all for those that are looking for ghosts, hauntings, mystery and so much more.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    In 1963 the Proctor family was found murdered in their Louisiana plantation home. They were gruesomely propped on the couch with their heads lined up on the mantle.  Fourteen year-old Noah Proctor is the only one left alive; however, he has been mute all his life.  Everyone assumes Noah was the murderer and he is sent to an institution.  Years later, Noah is released to the caretakers of Proctor Hall and a young woman disappears nearby.  Presently, Proctor Hall is left sitting vacant, owned by a In 1963 the Proctor family was found murdered in their Louisiana plantation home. They were gruesomely propped on the couch with their heads lined up on the mantle.  Fourteen year-old Noah Proctor is the only one left alive; however, he has been mute all his life.  Everyone assumes Noah was the murderer and he is sent to an institution.  Years later, Noah is released to the caretakers of Proctor Hall and a young woman disappears nearby.  Presently, Proctor Hall is left sitting vacant, owned by a paranormal investigator.  When Julien Landry assigned a group of students to investigate the history of Proctor Hall for a class project, the murders began again.  It seems that the spirits of Proctor Hall are still active and the spirits may not be the only dangerous thing lurking there.   The Proctor Hall Horror is an exciting supernatural horror that kept me guessing all of the way through.  This is Book 7 in The Bayou Hauntings series, but can definitely be read as a stand alone.  I was hooked from the very beginning with the disappearance of Marguey and very intrigued by the history of the house itself.  There is a great build of suspense as the history of Proctor Hall is released alongside the present happenings.  The supernatural beings and gore are well paced for constant speculation of whether or not the murders were being done by ghostly entities or real people.  There were a lot of characters in here to keep straight, but they were all fully formed even if they were not in many scenes.  I was very intrigued by Noah Proctor and would have loved a few more chapters from his point of view.  Alice's character could have also used more attention, I wanted to know her history with her psychic abilities.  Even after the mystery of who has committed the murders and why is revealed, the Proctor House still has more secrets to uncover that kept me swiftly reading until the end.  The Proctor Hall Horror is a great blend of haunted house mystery and horror and I'd love to continue reading the other books in the series.  This book was received for free in return for an honest review.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Moraye Potgieter

    This was an interesting read with a fascinating plot. You keep reading till the end to find answers. Unfortunately I felt the characters were lacking and they moved too quickly for the plot. Just as you get interested in one of them, they disappear. It felt disjointed especially at the end, where it all should have come together. Stating this does not distract from the plot, it just leaves some gaps I wish weren’t there. The characters handling of trauma is also questionable and unrealistic with This was an interesting read with a fascinating plot. You keep reading till the end to find answers. Unfortunately I felt the characters were lacking and they moved too quickly for the plot. Just as you get interested in one of them, they disappear. It felt disjointed especially at the end, where it all should have come together. Stating this does not distract from the plot, it just leaves some gaps I wish weren’t there. The characters handling of trauma is also questionable and unrealistic with the horrors they experienced.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    Review to come but I love this series so much!!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Alice

    Bill Thompson has created a story made of horror in unexpected ways that are scary and make you feel deeply for some of the characters at the same time. The Proctor Hall horror is the 7th boon in this series and right at the start we are given information on the characters, which is helpful if you have not read any of the other books. This book will be published October 1st 2020 right in time for the month which we associate with Halloween. The book is set on the Bayou Lafourche in Lousiana. We Bill Thompson has created a story made of horror in unexpected ways that are scary and make you feel deeply for some of the characters at the same time. The Proctor Hall horror is the 7th boon in this series and right at the start we are given information on the characters, which is helpful if you have not read any of the other books. This book will be published October 1st 2020 right in time for the month which we associate with Halloween. The book is set on the Bayou Lafourche in Lousiana. We are told a story about a boy who murdered and decapitated his family in 1963, and just sat on the stairs waiting for the police but has never spoken a word. This is told by a students research assignment and investigation. But a paranormal documentary maker is also interested and these two groups come together and uncover secrets they could never have imagined. I really liked how this slowly came together, the students slowly reveling the horrors of proctor hall and the discovery of the paranormal investigation team suddenly being at the house at the same time. It gives off a nice believers vs skeptics vibe. How they willingly come together in the end to not only investigate the history but the existence of ghosts. The characters were all quite real and stereotypical, but in ways this makes them relatable and you think, oh, I won't like this character and then as you are drawn into the story you begin to change your feelings through seeing their actions and motives. I think the story could have been longer, really going abit deeper in terms of individual characters and how they felt after events, rather than explaining quickly how they moved on from one event to the next. I think if you enioy a ghost story that has the ability to scare you, characters who are safe and like some mystery this would be good. I do not believe you have to read the other books first to understand it or enjoy it. I am rating this 3 stars because the storyline is captivating and pulls you in. The characters have a few surprises up their sleeves and the guessing game as the horrific mysterh evolves is decent. I received this ARC from Net Galley and Ascendente Books in exchange for an honest review. Thank you so much, what a scary read.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Virginia Winfield

    I love a good horror novel and this one was wonderful. I did not want to put this down until I knew everything there was to know about this house. I loved this from beginning to end. I loved all the twists and turns. I hope to read the rest of the books that have Landry Drake in them. This could be very spooky. I received a copy of this book from Smith Publicity for a fair and honest opinion that I gave of my own free will.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jossie Solheim

    Dr Julian Girard, likes to put his students to the test, and each year he assigns them a project, on which they must work as a team, to research and evaluate something from South Louisiana history. This year he is certain that he has picked the perfect team of four, to tackle his favourite topic, The Proctor Hall Horror. In 1963, at a plantation house, in South Louisiana, a teenage boy was found, sitting on the stairs of his home, covered in blood. On further investigation, his parents and si Dr Julian Girard, likes to put his students to the test, and each year he assigns them a project, on which they must work as a team, to research and evaluate something from South Louisiana history. This year he is certain that he has picked the perfect team of four, to tackle his favourite topic, The Proctor Hall Horror. In 1963, at a plantation house, in South Louisiana, a teenage boy was found, sitting on the stairs of his home, covered in blood. On further investigation, his parents and sister were found dead, but propped up on the sofa as if they were waiting for someone, however, it was instantly apparent, that they were no longer living, as their heads, were no longer attached to their bodies, but instead, sat upon the mantle, like ghoulish ornaments. There son, Noah, a mute was believed to be the culprit, but was never convicted, nor did he go to trial as he was deemed insane and unfit for trial. Instead he was lucked up in an asylum, until years later when he was deemed to be no fret to himself or others, released and returned to his old home, to live with the caretakers, who now resided there and had known him all his life. but the Mystery didn't end there. Years later a young girl vanishes in a storm, her boat found docked in front of Proctor hall, and an item that belonged to her, found discarded by it's door. Again Noah is accused, but when no other evidence is found, he walks yet again. Determined to succeed in their project and win the notoriously difficult to get A, from their professor, Marisol, April, Micheal and Andy have no idea what they are getting themselves into, and their not alone in wanting to learn the truth about Proctor Hall, a whole host of other interesting characters are about to enter their lives and the Bayou's of Louisiana and not all of them will escape with their lives. There are a lot of great twists and turns in this book, and plenty of surprises. It's tense and interesting and I won't lie it had me pretty hooked. However, as with a lot of horror books there are a few things that are a little far fetch, that April, suddenly happens to be clairvoyant and never bothered to mention it before, was one of them. I'll admit, that had me rolling my eyes. That things were able to occur with everyone so close and them not hear it, again doubtful, especially when you discover what actually caused those things to happen. You also don't get to really bond with the characters and connect with any of them, but it's not the longest novel in the world and their are an awful lot of characters, and that didn't really effect my enjoyment of the book, as there was so much going on to keep me engrossed and sucked in. And realistically this is a horror, it's job isn't to give you characters that you bond with, it's to keep you on the edge of your seat, get your hairs standing on edge and maybe have you freaked out about going to the bathroom on your own. And this one did a pretty good job of that, I wasn't at any point really scared but I was hooked and intrigued and desperate to find out more and that's good enough for me. So despite the odd unbelievable moments I think I am still gonna give this a pretty decent 4 out of 5. Because I did enjoy it and I'd definitely be interested in reading more by this author in the future. A big thanks to NetGalley, Bill Thompson and his publishers, for allowing me to read this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Divya

    Okay, so let me just get this out of the way- I’m a total scaredy cat. Horror is NOT my jam. Buuuut, the blurb of Proctor Hall intrigues me so much that I just HAD to give it a try! This is probably like the second or third horror novel I’ve ever read, so I really don’t have a lot of material I can compare it with and give an objective review of the horror-y bits,,, so I’m just gonna be real subjective and just tell you guys what I felt while reading this novel. So, Proctor Hall begins off by in Okay, so let me just get this out of the way- I’m a total scaredy cat. Horror is NOT my jam. Buuuut, the blurb of Proctor Hall intrigues me so much that I just HAD to give it a try! This is probably like the second or third horror novel I’ve ever read, so I really don’t have a lot of material I can compare it with and give an objective review of the horror-y bits,,, so I’m just gonna be real subjective and just tell you guys what I felt while reading this novel. So, Proctor Hall begins off by introducing us to Professor Julien Girard, who teaches a course on Louisiana Culture. He is particularly obsessed with Proctor Hall, where the ghastly murder of the Proctor Hall took place, and their son, Noah Proctor, was found sitting on the staircase and the heads of the proctor family were found neatly arranged on the mantel. When Professor Julien plants the idea of pursuing the mystery of Proctor Hall into the minds of a group of his students, what ensues is beyond imagination. Proctor Hall starts off with a pretty solid beginning. I love the way we’re slowly introduced to all the characters, and the suspense begins to build up. Though this is book 7 of the series, they can be read as standalones and I had no problem keeping up with the cast. Without giving spoilers, all I’m gonna say right now is the first half definitely sprung up a lot of questions, and had me getting impatient for answers at around 40%, but the twist that took place around 50% was SPECTACULAR! I absolutely love when these kind of unpredictable twists take place, and this was by far the best twist in the book for me. I loved all the scenes set at Proctor Hall, and the main reason why I deducted one and a half star from my rating was because I felt like- the end reveal was a bit underwhelming??? there was, I don’t know, just too much happening at the end? I know horror novels tend to be chaotic around the climax, but some of the final bits just felt excessive. However, apart from the few qualms I had with it, I really enjoyed the Proctor Hall Horror. I like the way how we don’t stick to one narrator, and read the book through almost every character’s point of view in a way that doesn’t feel overwhelming at all. Cate was definitely the most level-headed and my favorite character! This book really makes me want to pick the rest of the series.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Udisha Jain (bookstacks_literature)

    Book- The Proctor Hall Horror Genre-ghost/spooky but certainly horror combined with multiple elements My ratings- 4\5 Suggested reading age according to me- Anyone who can handle haunted mysteries and a writing style that will get you thinking about the antagonist/protagonist at 1 in the night. A little tip- only go for this if you can handle a writing style that will feel as if the murder is taking place right in front of you. (yes, this book is that good) Book info- this is the 7th book in the seri Book- The Proctor Hall Horror Genre-ghost/spooky but certainly horror combined with multiple elements My ratings- 4\5 Suggested reading age according to me- Anyone who can handle haunted mysteries and a writing style that will get you thinking about the antagonist/protagonist at 1 in the night. A little tip- only go for this if you can handle a writing style that will feel as if the murder is taking place right in front of you. (yes, this book is that good) Book info- this is the 7th book in the series but it can be read as a stand-alone. The plot was thoroughly spooky, it gave me all the Halloween feels so I say, start with this. Let me start my review with my favorite part of the book which is the perfect environment, the mood that the author sets for the book. I was definitely getting the spooky October vibes with the weather description suffice to say the book won my heart at that very moment, the narrative and description is such that is sets the perfect mood for the scenes upcoming. There are hints of brutal, ruthless murder but then, does the living raise the dead? Are there hints of misunderstandings? No dear readers I will not be telling you this, it is for you to pick up the book and treat yourselves. Classic example of students going the extra mile for the top grade, the story starts with an incident to revolving around the professor Julien girard his highly unique interests and his class of students. I got very lost out of the story during the investigation times is the only aspect I didn’t like about the book. I found the character description on the beginning very useful as whenever I lost the reference, I could always refer to the description page. The story is centered around proctor hall where literally everything happens…. No doubt it’s a ghost story but the ending was rather very beautiful, no it isn’t good ghost or bad ghost getting peace, it is even better. It is like the circle of life. It gets completed on the exact note it started, the one small wish aspect is completed which is why I call it a beautiful ending.

  15. 5 out of 5

    David

    They just keep getting better! Holy cow!! The Proctor Hall Horror was by far my favorite! Well, I love all the Bayou Hauntings from Bill Thompson, but this one seriously kept me up at night. From the very beginning, you get sucked in to knowing the suspense is right around the corner. I had to take a break a few times to talk it through with my sister bc it was too good not talk about it. I loved getting to see Landry and Cate again, but in their new living situation. I love Henri! I cracked up at They just keep getting better! Holy cow!! The Proctor Hall Horror was by far my favorite! Well, I love all the Bayou Hauntings from Bill Thompson, but this one seriously kept me up at night. From the very beginning, you get sucked in to knowing the suspense is right around the corner. I had to take a break a few times to talk it through with my sister bc it was too good not talk about it. I loved getting to see Landry and Cate again, but in their new living situation. I love Henri! I cracked up at the description of his “space suit”. And getting to hear a little about Jack!! Oh that made me smile. However, the greatest part of all was what came of Noah!! I can’t say anything else bc you just need to read it. I promise, if you love Louisiana history with paranormal stories, you will love this series. Bill Thompson’s writing gets better with each book. You do not need to read his other books to read this one, however, you will get to know his main characters much better if you start at the beginning. Congratulations, Bill Thompson on writing another spectacular story. I really hope you are writing book 8!! I can’t wait to see what you have in store for your readers!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Zoe L.

    Eeee! It’s time for all things creepy with this one! I’m such a sucker for your “typical” bad-decision-making horror stories and this one fit the bill! Plus there’s plenty of spook within, so make sure to put on a tough face before you pick this one up (and if you need it, maybe turn on all of the lights) if you scare easily. BUT, if you love horror be sure to pick this one up! This is one of those slow build horror stories. You know it’s coming, but you don’t necessarily know when the spook will Eeee! It’s time for all things creepy with this one! I’m such a sucker for your “typical” bad-decision-making horror stories and this one fit the bill! Plus there’s plenty of spook within, so make sure to put on a tough face before you pick this one up (and if you need it, maybe turn on all of the lights) if you scare easily. BUT, if you love horror be sure to pick this one up! This is one of those slow build horror stories. You know it’s coming, but you don’t necessarily know when the spook will drop. And that setting, gah, there’s something about Louisiana that just screams horror! And you know I’m a sucker for ghosties. So all of this added up to such an amazing narrative and story. I just really thoroughly enjoyed this book! And while it is the 7th in the series, I was able to follow along without a problem jumping into this series in the middle. Plus it’s the perfect read for right now! You can view my full review on my blog! I also post about a lot of different types of books! Reader | Bookstagrammer | Blogger | Reviewer @ya.its.lit - https://www.instagram.com/ya.its.lit/ Blog - https://yaitslitblog.wordpress.com/

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Thanks to the publisher for the ebook copy in exchange for my honest review and blog tour spot So despite this being the 7th book in the series for the The Bayou Hauntings, I didn’t feel all too lost. I know that I probably am missing out on some background information, or at least introductions to some of the characters. However, THE PROCTOR HALL HORROR was such a quick and spooky read. This one pulls you along form the beginning because you just know that something bad is coming – the author kee Thanks to the publisher for the ebook copy in exchange for my honest review and blog tour spot So despite this being the 7th book in the series for the The Bayou Hauntings, I didn’t feel all too lost. I know that I probably am missing out on some background information, or at least introductions to some of the characters. However, THE PROCTOR HALL HORROR was such a quick and spooky read. This one pulls you along form the beginning because you just know that something bad is coming – the author keeps you in suspense and anticipation until the very end. The only thing that was so frustrating was how stupid some of the choices were from the characters, but come on, in any kind of horror (books and movies) you have to expect some of it. Great atmosphere, creepy happenings, spooky vibes, and plenty of suspense made for a really quick read! I definitely want to go back and pick up more from the series and see what else Thompson has in store. Based on other reviews, the rest of the series is just as good!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rutuja Ramteke

    ☕This is the seventh book in the series but definitely I feel it can be read as a stand-alone no doubt, I never thought this would turn out so good. This is my first book from the author and the way it turned out, it's really amazing. I was, choked, thrilled and what not. Things go really intense and it's just so scary at times, it's unpredictable and highly recommended for people who enjoy thrillers and who need a ghosty story! Go for it.. Rating: 4.5🌟 ☕This is the seventh book in the series but definitely I feel it can be read as a stand-alone no doubt, I never thought this would turn out so good. This is my first book from the author and the way it turned out, it's really amazing. I was, choked, thrilled and what not. Things go really intense and it's just so scary at times, it's unpredictable and highly recommended for people who enjoy thrillers and who need a ghosty story! Go for it.. Rating: 4.5🌟

  19. 5 out of 5

    Angie

    A book of two parts. I enjoyed the first part, a really good, creepy ghost story. But then it changes - it'a almost as if it's another author. I can understand that the author wanted to add a real twist to the story - but I struggled to get focused and as interested in the second part as in the first. The book is quite gruesome and graphic in parts, so if you don't like that sort of thing, might be worth giving this one a miss! A book of two parts. I enjoyed the first part, a really good, creepy ghost story. But then it changes - it'a almost as if it's another author. I can understand that the author wanted to add a real twist to the story - but I struggled to get focused and as interested in the second part as in the first. The book is quite gruesome and graphic in parts, so if you don't like that sort of thing, might be worth giving this one a miss!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Paige

    I never thought I would say this about a book, but there was too much foreshadowing. So many chapters end with "someday she would regret that" or something similar to encourage a sense of foreboding. Next, I was hoping to end the story with a little bit more left unsaid. For me, the ending was too neat and tidy. Right down to all of the heads being delivered (as a side note, why bury the bodies in the walls if people already know they're dead??). The premise of The Proctor Hall Horror was interes I never thought I would say this about a book, but there was too much foreshadowing. So many chapters end with "someday she would regret that" or something similar to encourage a sense of foreboding. Next, I was hoping to end the story with a little bit more left unsaid. For me, the ending was too neat and tidy. Right down to all of the heads being delivered (as a side note, why bury the bodies in the walls if people already know they're dead??). The premise of The Proctor Hall Horror was interesting, but things moved a little too slowly and conveniently.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cheri Schaefer

    I give this book 100+ stars!! Totally phenomenal! I absolutely loved this new addition to the Bayou Hauntings! It was so exciting and mesmerizing from beginning to end. Lots of twists and turns and unexpected reveals. Such an entertaining and enjoyable read. I'm so addicted to this series! I can't wait to see where the next ghostly adventure will take Mr. Drake!! I give this book 100+ stars!! Totally phenomenal! I absolutely loved this new addition to the Bayou Hauntings! It was so exciting and mesmerizing from beginning to end. Lots of twists and turns and unexpected reveals. Such an entertaining and enjoyable read. I'm so addicted to this series! I can't wait to see where the next ghostly adventure will take Mr. Drake!!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Donna Spicer

    Love this series! Bill Thompson’s The Bayou Hauntings series is one of the best paranormal series I have read. The characters and story plot come to life. This series is very captivating!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Chris Austen

    Excellent Book Like all of the other books in this series, this one was extremely good. It was well written with great characters and storylines. I couldn't put it down. I highly recommend it. Excellent Book Like all of the other books in this series, this one was extremely good. It was well written with great characters and storylines. I couldn't put it down. I highly recommend it.

  24. 5 out of 5

    DELIA SHEPPARD

    Great book I've read all seven books and really enjoyed it.I love books about new Orleans and specially ghosts stories. These books have plenty of ghosts and evil plots. Hope to read more from this author... Great book I've read all seven books and really enjoyed it.I love books about new Orleans and specially ghosts stories. These books have plenty of ghosts and evil plots. Hope to read more from this author...

  25. 4 out of 5

    Sherrie T

    I love Bill Thompson's books! The Proctor Hall Horror is no exception. As always, the book had lots of suspense, twists and turns, and a very interesting story line. I recommend this book to anyone who likes a good haunted story. I love Bill Thompson's books! The Proctor Hall Horror is no exception. As always, the book had lots of suspense, twists and turns, and a very interesting story line. I recommend this book to anyone who likes a good haunted story.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Betsy Byrne

    Excellent book! This was an excellent read. I love reading a really good book and knowing that the author still has more for me to read is a great feeling. Glad I found Bill Thompson's books! Excellent book! This was an excellent read. I love reading a really good book and knowing that the author still has more for me to read is a great feeling. Glad I found Bill Thompson's books!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Joycelyn Elliott

    Another great story This is yet another great story from this author. It’s as creative and interesting as his other works from this series. He always finds completely different stories surrounding the same theme and set of characters. I hopes he continues writing this series.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Thompson615

    Another good book This is book 7 in the Bayou Haunting series. I have enjoyed all of them and can’t wait for number 8. The books are easy to read because it’s tough to put them down. Definitely creepy with a good story to go with the creep factor.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Billie Bower

    Great series I love this series can’t wait for the next one the characters are ghost hunters and the stories are page turners 😊

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ellen Frizell

    Great book I always enjoy and look forward to Bill Thompson's bayou hauntings. I think this one has been my favorite and cannot wait to read the next one. Great book I always enjoy and look forward to Bill Thompson's bayou hauntings. I think this one has been my favorite and cannot wait to read the next one.

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