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October Horror Mystery Month Fest ~ Cursed Objects That Will Kill You ~ Day 20: Jungle Juice, Vol. 1 by Hyeong Eun, Juder

October Horror Mystery Month Fest ~ Cursed Objects That Will Kill You ~ Day 20: Jungle Juice, Vol. 1 by Hyeong Eun, Juder

Jungle Juice, Vol. 1 Hyeong Eun , Juder, Action, Manwha, Bug with a man behind it with green eyes
Today’s cursed object may not entirely kill you, but it will haunt you, say hello to bug spray, but this one doesn’t just kill the insect.
First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Scariest. Book. Ever. by R.L. Stine

First Chapter First Paragraph Thursday Intros ~ Scariest. Book. Ever. by R.L. Stine

Scariest. Book. Ever. by R.L. Stine, Weird creature man bat on the cover with a full moon, spooky, horror, Goosebumps House of Shivers, children's books
Uncle Wendell loved to make up strange and frightening stories. So when he told my sister Betty and me about the scariest book ever written, we didn’t believe him.
We knew he was trying to scare us. We were onto him. We only pretended to shiver and shudder.
Of course, we should have believed him about the Scariest Book Ever.
Because that story about the book was true.
Review for She is a Haunting

Review for She is a Haunting

She Is a Haunting Trang Thanh Tran, Face, Horror, Scary, Young Adult“She sings off-key until she’s gray all over, limbs as stiff as a marionette doll’s. Exhausted, she doesn’t push her sister-in-law away the next time help comes. All the while her feverish head never stops whispering, “I am the madame of the house, and it knows, it knows, my dear little rat.” Her fingers trace figure eights over the walls before being dragged away. “It knows.”

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Weekly Quote for Week 16-2023 ~ She Is a Haunting by Trang Thanh Tran

Weekly Quote for Week 16-2023 ~ She Is a Haunting by Trang Thanh Tran

She Is a Haunting Trang Thanh Tran, Face, Horror, Scary, Young AdultA chill runs through me. “Who’s them?”
The dead girl studies me. “She doesn’t leave the house,” Cam finally says, “but it doesn’t mean they don’t listen.” Her movements are erratic and fast, too quick for me to run before fingers slide over my temples and hold me in place. “I can only show you.” Her breath glides along my ear.