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  1. #11
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    I'm reading Haunted US! Lots of fun ghost stories of places all around the us, with direction on how to get there.
    I see a road trip in my future. I love scary books and movies of all kinds.

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    I also am dying to see the movie Crimson peak. Guillermo del torro is one of my favs, looks very spooky.

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    I have books on ghost stories and the authors leave it up to you to believe the stories or not. But one the books I have is call "Haunted America" and it is a paperback book with two volumes. One story it has and it was scary at first to read. The story is called "Something Evil On Larabee Street". It is suppose to be a true story that took place up in Horicon, Wisconsin. It is about a demon terrorizing a family in a modern 3-bedroom, two-bath house.

    I remember the story was featured on "Unsolved Mysteries" back in the early 90's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mason o' Lantern View Post
    That Christmas Carol ghost conjuring would be perfect for Creepmas! (http://www.creepmas.com/)
    That would fit right in! I wonder if the author has a blog? *Off to Google*

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    I read Vampire$ by John Steakley recently, although it was before the Halloween season. It is the novel that John Carpenter's Vampires was based on.
    Abandon hope all ye who enter here.



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    Just learned that Daniel Radcliffe is playing the lead in the movie version of Horns, book by Joe Hill, and recently learned he's Stephen King's son! (Joe Hill, not Radcliffe). Needless to say, I now have to read this book and maybe see the film as well.

    Oh and the book I mentioned earlier, A Halloween Tale by Austin Crawley, is excellent. There was a sample at the end of his next book which sounds even better!

    Got a copy of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow from Gutenberg. The Halloween reads continue.

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    I just picked up Classic Horror Stories from Barnes and Noble. Haven't gotten a chance to read it yet, but it's a bunch of scary stories by different authors put together in one nice package. I know a few of them already, but I'm excited to read the ones I haven't heard of. Plus it's really gonna look good on my shelf next to Frankenstein and Dracula

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    Quote Originally Posted by HalloGeekHalfrican View Post
    I just picked up Classic Horror Stories from Barnes and Noble. Haven't gotten a chance to read it yet, but it's a bunch of scary stories by different authors put together in one nice package. I know a few of them already, but I'm excited to read the ones I haven't heard of. Plus it's really gonna look good on my shelf next to Frankenstein and Dracula
    Looks like a good collection. If you decide you like certain authors, most of those can be found on Gutenberg. A lot obscure short stories are available free there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexSum View Post
    Looks like a good collection. If you decide you like certain authors, most of those can be found on Gutenberg. A lot obscure short stories are available free there.
    Thanks for the tip. I just read The Watcher by J Sheridan le Fanu, and it was so good! I was actually quite scared, so I might look into his works after finishing this collection!

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    I'll have to try that one. I haven't read it!

    Edited to add: I just found a treasure trove! http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/11750/also/

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