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There are countless horror stories writings. Also, many stories are telling campfires to excite and scare. Individuals of every age always get alert when a horror story pops in. we always ask our elders about a horror story either if they are making it up as well.

Scary stories to tell in dark

It is true that we all love stories. However, people have a different perspective on stories. Ghosts, monsters, and many other sorts of supernatural beings have fascinated humans for many long years. Hence, there are countless horror stories writtings. Also, many stories are telling campfires to excite and scare. Individuals of every age always get alert when a horror story pops in. we always ask our elders about a horror story either if they are making it up as well. Hence, we do love these stories so much. Once an author said it beautifully “fear is a wonderful thing, in small doses”. Horror stories do make our hearts pump fast however, it is comforting when we know that what your reading or watching is not true. You can experience the physical and mental effects of fear, without being in any actual danger.

Some of the ghost stories are classic, and many are old. Below is a list of some of our favorite spooky stories in the English language. Some of the older stories might be a challenge, but since they are available to read for free. You can at least give it a try.

  1. “The White Satin Evening Gown”

This story has all the elements of a classic urban legend: teenagers, paper-thin social commentary, and a disquieting twist. Here’s how it goes. A poor girl gets an invite to a formal dance, but she can’t afford a dress. She rents a beautiful gown and is the belle of the ball, but eventually gets dizzy from too much dancing, she thinks and asks her date to take her home. The next morning, her mother finds her dead. A corpse steels her dress before burial. She is poison with embalming fluid that activates when she sweats, slowly stopping her blood flow.

  • “Room For One More”

When it comes to Schwartz’s premonition stories, “The Dream” is the most popular pick thanks to its memorable illustration, but “Room For One More” deserves this spot for taking a Final Destination-like concept and making it feel as random as death truly is. In this story, a man is visiting Philadelphia on a business trip. He wakes in the middle of the night by a car sound. It turns out to be a hearse fill with people. The scary-looking driver shouts the titular phrase “There is room for one more!” at the businessman.

The hearse eventually leaves, and the man’s friends try to convince him it was all a dream. The next day, he goes to enter a crowded elevator in a skyscraper office building, and someone says the same thing to him. Before the doors shut, he sees the hearse driver and refuses to enter. The doors close, and he hears shrieks as the elevator plummets to the ground and kills everyone inside.

  • “Such Things Happen”

A relatively under-the-radar story, “Such Things Happen” involves a pair of neighbors, one of whom comes to believe that the other is a witch who is cursing him. The story is frightening for a number of reasons, among them the imagery and rituals at its center. Bill’s perfectly healthy dog dies after he accidentally runs over old Addie’s cat, for one. For another, Bill’s grandpa tells him to slowly hammer a nail into a particular type of tree with Addie’s outline drawn on it, over an X drawn on her heart, in order to drive out her powers.

Eventually, another neighbour comes, saying Addie has fallen ill and desperately needs to borrow something, but Bill’s sure this is part of the ritual too and refuses to lend anything. In the end, we find out Addie is just a sick old woman who needed help, and Bill lets her die in front of him. Oops!

These are the some best Horror Stories that i shared with you. Keep Enjoying and stay connected !

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