The Catacombs (World's Scariest Places) (Volume 2) - Jeremy Bates

Beneath the city of Paris, France, are The Catacombs - a labyrinth of crumbling tunnels filled with six million dead. A video camera that contains mysterious footage has been left behind and found by a friend of a friend. Danièle is showing the footage her friend Pascal has found to her new friend Will. She wants him to join a small group of friends exploring the Catacombs. They're going to the place where the video camera was found in hopes of finding the woman who dropped it. Will is adamant he doesn't want to go. But he changes his mind at the last minute and it could cost him his life.

This one seemed almost boring. I don't know if it was because of the setting, underground and dark, that it gave off that vibe. They walk and walk through the tunnels and then towards the end everything happens, and it's a bit far-fetched. And there were lots of mistakes - the ones that stick out the most, for me, are the girls who balled their eyes out - kinda funny, kinda sad for an author not to know that it's bawled.