18 Spooky Stories Recommended by Our Favorite Classic Monsters
Have a horrible Halloween hangover? Best remedied with some horror hair-of-the-dog!Or should we say hair-of-the-werewolf? How far do we want to take this? Anyway, we recommend checking out this rad list of scary stories curated by Leah Schnelbach over at Tor.com.
Surely nobody knows the horror genre better than the horrors themselves!
From the 1920s through the ’50s, Universal Pictures’ horror films ruled the silver screen, giving us classic portrayals of iconic monsters from Count Dracula to the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Whether you’ve seen the films or not, you know the creatures—the sinister predator, the curious monster, the transformed traveler, the cursed immortal, the mad scientist, and the tragic experiment.
So if you want a stack of books to sustain you through the rest of the Spooky Season, we’ve got recommendations directly from the Monsters…
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