Ghost stories to read 2018
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36 True Scary Horror Stories - The Lets Read Podcast Episode 013
The 12 Best Ghost Books to Keep You Up at Night | Best Ghost Stories Ever Written
Or, even better, a selection of ghost books. Dive in and expand your spooky horizons! Piercing, Ryu Murakami Buy Piercing. Chaos ensues. Terrifying adults and teenagers alike the world over, IT tells the tale of a clown that lives in the sewers who shows himself through balloons and sinks filled with blood.
Another year is ending. The days grow shorter; the nights, darker. The weird noises two streets over are a little quieter, and a little weirder, when muffled by the snow. With these black nights comes the harvest of the best dark fiction of the year. The past 12 months was an interesting time for horror, especially for experiments in form: two established masters sank their teeth into new veins of the genre, we shuddered at an absolutely brutal novel written entirely in a single running monologue, fictional oral histories explored terror from every angle, and even the oldest tricks in the blackest of books were given new life. Submitted for your approval: the best horror books we read this year. Add to Bag.
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7 True Creepy Halloween Horror Stories (Vol. 4) - 2018
Case in point. We collected a group of spine-tingling short horror stories available online for your immediate enjoyment. For free. See how nice we are? Grab a mug of something warm and settle in with these short horror stories. But maybe not by yourself.
Buy now from your favorite retailer:. When you want to read something classic, these 19th century tales can still creep you out. Supernatural and unsettling — these Russian tales come from an all-new, contemporary voice. A haunting story about a London solicitor, a small town, and the menacing sounds and specters he encounters. Offbeat, modern and gothic — for the reader who likes treasure hunts and creepy crawlies. Not your average ghost story — a Murakami novel with gorgeous illustrations and the scariest plot possible for a reader … an evil library.