Snow Ghost

(1 customer review)


Christmas was placed at the winter solstice, which old traditions say is a time spirits might be walking between the worlds. It is a perfect time to tell ghost stories beside the fire…and this is a new one….

After a blizzard in New York City, a huge snowman appears mysteriously outside of Grand Central Station and everyday seems to grow larger while also appearing at another door. What at first was funny becomes more and more menacing.    

Elsewhere in Grand Central, a man with an icy soul named Clinton Rudge fumes with anger at the cheerful holidaymakers filling the station. After making an evil wish, he vanishes….

1 review for Snow Ghost

  1. Laura Rose

    This was my first experience with Guy Veryzer’s work, and I found it entertaining. The short story was about a snowman in Grand Central Station that seemed to grow larger and appeared in different places. I liked the tale as it morphed from a light, fluffy story, into a creepy, get under one’s skin, type of tale. Guy Veryzer’s narration was great, and his performance fit the story well. I requested this audiobook from Audiobooks Unleashed and I have voluntarily left this review.

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