Darren and his friends Stacy, Tom, and Julie liked to hang out at the old abandoned plantation home just a mile from the town's cemetery on Halloween night. They liked to party and tell ghost stories until dawn. Darren decided the next time they went back to the plantation they should bring a Ouija board in hopes of summoning up a ghost or two.
We've all heard this before. When you're running for your life, part of you tells your mind to look back, but in the back of your mind those precious seconds of looking back could cost you your life, but being a human instinct to look back, we just can't help ourselves. Here's where the story begins: legend has it that a man by the name of Luther Jackson was beheaded for terrorizing the townspeople of Deadmore.
Henry Bates had a very reclusive life, until one day the constant nagging from his wife made him snap, and things started dying. All Henry wanted was to enjoy his retirement like any normal hard working man, but his wife had other plans and retirement wasn't one of those.
"Truly gruesome story"
Greg, Billy, and Bobby were a wild bunch when they are together and had a thing for taking things to the limit, but their thrill seeking days were about to come to a screeching halt when the three boys piled into Greg's '68 Camaro and decided to show their friends back at school that dead man's curve isn't such a dangerous curve after all and should not be called dead man's curve. As the three boys were heading to their final destination, dead man's curve, Billy was handing out the beers to add to the excitement.
This story goes back to the early 19th century in a small town called Willow Oaks. Abraham and his family owned the majority of Willow Oaks farm land until a shrewd businessman by the name of Jasper bought a small patch of land near Abraham's farm. It wasn't long before jealousy set in and, being that Jasper was a smart man and Abraham wasn't, he used it to his advantage to swindle Abraham out of the majority of his land.
Space exploration went just a little too far in the cosmos that started an alien invasion. A manned spacecraft called The Cosmos from the US that uses antimatter as its fuel source went off course into another galaxy and crash landed on a planet called Xenon where hostile aliens lived.
Deep in the woods on top of a desolated hilltop stood the most haunted cemetery ever known, called Haunted Hills Cemetery. Legend has it that in 1855, a man by the name of Jester Flats was the new Sheriff in town. One thing the townspeople had no idea about was when Jester Flats was appointed the new Sheriff in the town of Deadsville. The Sheriff had his own idea of how he wanted to bring law and order in the town of Deadsville. His way would be by way of an axe. He was the most feared Sheriff the town has ever known.
Billy was always curious about the lights in the sky, but he didn't think much about them until June 14, 1963. One night, on his dad's farm, he saw the lights behind the barn. Billy, being the curious type, put on his cowboy boots, hat, and Lone Ranger holster, ready to take the outlaws in. Billy was only 10 years old and didn't realize that the lights he saw were something not from this world. The lights behind the barn were about to change Billy's life forever and the lives of everyone around him, including his dog, Trigger.
Finally, man went a little too far in the cosmos in the year 2027 with his technological advances and our ancestors the Grey Aliens stepped in to put a stop to all of the death and destruction that man caused to a planet that was intended for beauty, love, and the pursuit of happiness. But too many powers were bestowed upon man, which led to a downward spiral of self-destruction of the human race.
Dr. Raven Cane was the lead scientist at the Atomic Space Lab. Even though his colleagues had high regard for his work, he always had one dream in the back of his mind and that was to develop an invisibility cloak and become the envy of every scientist abroad. Well, after years and years of blood, sweat, and tears, his dream came true, but at a heavy cost because the fame and fortune went to his head, and that's when a good thing turned evil.
It was a day like any other day until curious teens knocked on the door of Bartholomew Manor. It was given the nickname "Dead Manor" because of the hell that went on behind its doors. No one suspected anything was going on at the manor until too many people came up missing.
What should have been the greatest moment of Dr. Spencer's life would be a death sentence if he told what he and some other scientists were working on in a secret underground governmental facility called XJ7. Rumor has it that Dr. Spencer and a team of scientists were working on reverse engineering on a UFO that crash landed on a farm about 25 miles from the XJ7 facility. It wasn't the Government that these scientists had to fear it was the aliens that were recovered from the crash site about keeping it secret.
Bill Stein and his wife Mary had just recently moved back to Germany on Bill's parent's farm due to their passing. Little did Bill and his wife know that the lake on his parent's farm contained a small army of Nazi soldier's that met their fate during World War II on the farm, and that their final resting place was at the bottom of the lake Bill's father never told his son about the dead Nazi soldiers in his lake because he didn't want him to have nightmares, but days after moving into his parent's farm Bill noticed a green foam on the surface of the lake.
Sit back, turn the lights down low, and get ready for the scare of your life. Immerse yourself into some of the best horrifying short stories ever told. 21 Short Stories from '31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead' includes "Don't Mess with the Dead", "Don't Go in the Woods", "Death Island Lighthouse", "I Just Couldn't Leave Her in the Cold Dark Ground", "Cannibal Lake", "The Red Room", "Death of a Writer", "Army of the Dead", "The Shadowman", "Knock Three Times on My Grave", "Worley Manor", and many more.
"I'm sorry i thought this book was for adults"
The final collection in Drac Von Stoller's 31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead series. Tales include: "Ashes to Ashes", "Bloody Mary", "Buried Alive", "Death Island Lighthouse", "Don't Go in the Woods", "Don't Mess with the Dead", "Horror Island Amusement Park", "Infected", "It Came from Hell", and more. All 31 stories are narrated by Michael Adashefski, whose voice and sound effects will take you to the edge of your seat. Sit back and turn the lights off and get ready for the scare of your life!
Any time that Henry made a toast at his parties in his castle, someone died and you'd think Henry would not host any more parties but he did and didn't care because he wanted it that way. Henry got a kick out of someone dying in his presence because it made him feel like a god, but kept his feelings to himself to not raise suspicion on himself. No one ever suspected Henry because he was such a likable person and his parties were to die for, literally.
Halloween had finally arrived. It was Mary's 16th birthday. Her parent's had finally decided she was old enough to have a sleep-over at their house. But she was only allowed to have two of her best friends spend the night after the party. Mary's little sleep-over and the conjuring up an old urban legend called "Bloody Mary" would prove fatal for them all.
Sit back, turn the lights down low, and get ready for the scare of your life, with four bloodcurdling short stories from 31 Horrifying Tales from the Dead, written by Drac Von Stoller. "The Haunted Camera", "The Ghosts of Summerville Plantation", "Planchette", and "The Severed Hand" will have your hair standing on end! Read by Ted Brooks.
Jack and Brenda Stevens found the perfect home to start a new family, but were unaware of the home's past. Being a young couple with two children and big dreams, they couldn't care less if the house had a past or not. The only thing on their mind was raising a family in this beautiful Victorian home. The house had a strange odor, but they just thought it was because the house was old. Jack's wife, Brenda, thought once they moved in and did some renovations, the odor would diminish. She was dead wrong. This was one odor that wouldn't be leaving even if the place burnt to the ground.
Martin Baxter always had a need for speed on the highway. He drove a black Chevelle SS he called The Black Racer and was always up for a challenge. Finally, Martin got tired of just asking other drivers to race him, so he decided to up the ante by playing chicken, which turned into road rage for the drivers he was pissing off.