[Video]5 Horror Books to Read During the Cold Winter Months

With the polar vortex literally trapping people in their homes, it would be a great opportunity to snuggle up with warm blanket, a hot beverage and scary book. Rue Morgue has put together a list by the magazine’s editor Monica S. Kuebler to give you a guide on what to read. Hopefully you get goosebumps from these books and not the weather.

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50 Dark, Disturbing Stories To Add To Your 2019 Reading List  — Thought Catalog

1. One that really stuck with me was The Long Walk by Stephen King writing as Richard Bachman. I think just because it’s rather intensely focused on survival as a competition (100 young men, 18 years old, walking continuously until there’s only one left. The others will die of exhaustion or breaking rules, one of which…

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6 GREAT HORROR STORIES BY WOMEN YOU CAN READ RIGHT NOW

There’s no shortage of real-life horror stories for women right now. In fact, I nearly included on this list Ronan Farrow’s harrowing New Yorker exposé on Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment and assault allegations; many of the first person accounts Farrow includes read like miniature horror tales. But alas, even when it is horrific, fiction can provide something of an escape. Here’s six of the best horror stories by women.

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