Are you brave enough for scary stories?

March 27, 2012 at 12:05 pm Leave a comment

Prove it!

Do you dare to read these books?

Scary stories to tell in the dark collected by Alvin Schwartz.

Are you brave enough for scary stories?

Come boys and girls were at a party one night. There was a graveyard down the street, and they were talking about how scary it was.

“Don’t ever stand on a grave after dark,” one of the boys said. “The person inside will grab you.”

“A grave doesn´t scare me,” said one of the girls. “I’ll do it right now…”

More scary stories to tell in the dark collected by Alvin Schwartz.

Do you like to be scared?

Ellen had just fallen asleep when she heard a strange voice.

“Ellen,” it whispered, ” I a m coming up the stairs.”

Ellen was frightened and called her parents, but they didn´t hear her, and they didn´t come..

Scary stories 3: more tales to chill your bones collected by Alvin Schwartz.

Get ready to be spooked!

It´s eleven o´clock at night. Peter was in bed on the second floor of the old house where he lived alone. It had gotten so chilly, he went downstairs to turn up the heat.

As Peter was on his way back to bed, a black dog ran down from the stairs. “Where did you come from?” Peter said. He had never seen the dog before…

Watch Bryan Campbell reading one of the stories:

Haunted America: Ghost Stories and True Tales of Terror.

Get ready for terrifying tales of true haunting and spine-tingling stories of the supernatural.

How´s this for creepy:

Do you believe spirits can possess people?

The story of the “Watseka Wonder” may convince you. It´s the true tale of a 13-year-old-girl who was possessed by the spirit of another girl who had died several years before.

Who´s afraid of the big, bad Bell Witch? In Tennessee in the early 1800´s, a creature known as “ the Bell Witch” terrorized a family for years. It even caused the death of one of the family members!

Whether you´re a true believer or a skeptic, you´ll be spooked by the extraordinary, inexplicable, and astonishing events in Haunted America.

Weirdo Halloween by R. L. Stine.

After a a trip to HorrorLand, Meg and her brother Chris, can´t wait to celebrate Halloween. Until that Weirdo in the baby alien costume shows up and begins to wreak havoc on their lies. They just can´t seem to get him to leave. And Meg´s beginning to suspect that his orange skin isn´t a Halloween disguise…

What happens in the world´s scariest theme park on the most frightening day of the year? Meg is aout to find out when she´s mysteriously called back to HorrorLand on Halloween. Can she survive the trick of treachery?

Don´t scream! by R. L. Stine.

Better screen your calls!

Jack Harmon can´t think of anything worse than getting picked on by the bullies at school, until he discover and even bigger threat. When he finds a cell phone on the bus home, Jack hears a strange voice on the other end. Whoever it is wants Jack to do things-bad things. Jack keeps trying to make this new “friend” happy. But everyone thinks Jack has lost his mind.

How can he overcome something that he can´t see but is everywhere?

Click here to visit Goosebumps webpage.


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