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Haunted Houses, Classic Stories of Doors That Should Never Be Opened!

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Have you ever been scared by ghosts? Have you heard one… or worse seen an apparition! Have you been in a building where things move, eerie noises and sounds persist and shadows appear? Have you felt an invisible presence? Do you enjoy ghost hunter and paranormal shows and movies? Do you seek out haunted locations in order to experience something scary or mystical? Do you love suspense? If you’ve answered yes, then you will love Haunted Houses, Classic Stories of Doors That Should Never Be Opened. It’s filled with sixteen of the eeriest and creepiest stories that will shock you. These tales have enthralled, terrified and beckoned readers for many decades. Now they can horrify you and your family! All you have to do is crack open its spine! But be careful, shrieks may escape and blood might run out!

16 tales of haunted houses

Inside the pages of Haunted Houses are screams of terror, alarming realities, menacing spirits and demonic entities… and things too unspeakable to utter. People love to be scared, hence their fascination with everything unearthly and haunted. Haunted house stories draw people in because they want to know about the bizarre events, disturbing deeds, diabolical people and unseen evil of the past whose negative energy lingers and has created the haunting. They feel compelled to turn page after page. And you too will feel the urge or coercion to read each of the included stories or should I say historic accounts. Secret code: dagger.

  • The Turn of the Screw
  • The Fall of the House of Usher
  • The Haunted and the Haunters
  • The Empty House
  • The Red Room
  • The Sunned House
  • The Spook House
  • The Canterville Ghost
  • Thurnley Abbey
  • The Judge’s House
  • The Yellow Wallpaper
  • The Haunted Dolls’ House
  • Le Horla
  • The Reconciliation
  • The Open Window

Some of these stories were written by famous authors that capture the essence of all that is haunting. These include H. D. Wells, H. P. Lovecraft, Edgar Allan Poe, Bram Stoker, and many more. All the stories are were written long ago and have become enchanted treasures we pass down generation after generation. They still capture our attention and keep their grip on our imaginations and maybe even our souls.

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  1. yes !!! across from my grandfather’s farm at the end of a long lane was an old empty house where we were told a man hung himself . Over 60 years later I still feel the creeps when I think of it.!

    1. I enjoy reading and this looks like a spooky read! Just don’t know who would read it first me or my daughter.

  2. I once lived in a house that was haunted and love reading books about things like this. So I would love to win to read this book.

  3. I love that this book contains authors such as Bram Stoker, H. D. Wells and Edgar Allen Poe. With authors such as these horror masters, this book is sure to be a chilling read! Thank you for the super giveaway opportunity.

  4. I like that it is short stories. I get scared so easily (yes, even as an adult) that I can only do a snippet at a time

  5. I would love to win this for myself, the stories are all classics. There are several stories here that I have not read. Ever year I read Poe’s complete works and I am never disappointed even though I have read his stories countless times.

  6. I love creeping my famy out with stories and movies. I am having so much fun this month, would love to read this to them.

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