Welcome to your hub for the creepiest recommendations, from the latest terrifying Stephen King book and bizarre underrated horror films to the most disturbing unsolved true crime cases and unsettling reports of paranormal activity. If it’s strange, unusual, or downright terrifying—we’ve got you covered.
We’re diehard fans of all things macabre and we love nothing more than sharing our odd obsessions with fellow creepy fiends. Here we unearth forgotten crimes, share true ghost stories, and pride ourselves on giving the best recommendations for terrifying books and movies. Peruse the stories below—you’re sure to find something to satiate your appetite for the uncanny.
Get your hands on the new horror novel from the author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower before it's published!
In 1991, 23-year-old Denise Huber went missing. Three years later, her handcuffed corpse was found inside a freezer.
The four-year-old's 1874 disappearance was America’s first widely publicized kidnapping for ransom.
By Allison Wild
Did the Louisiana serial killer ever truly regret brutally murdering eight women?
David Gerard believed his criminal past was behind him, and thought his girlfriend, Frankie Cochran, was dead. He was wrong on both accounts.
After strangling his informant—who was pregnant with his child—Mark Putnam became the first active FBI agent convicted of murder.
Witching Hour: Vices and Virtues collects twisted and terrifying stories that will haunt your dreams.
The brutal Ogden, Utah murders take center stage in Gary Kinder's revolutionary work of true crime writing.
The author of The Loney spins a skin-crawling story of tradition, family, and evil in rural Lancashire.
One of the most anticipated horror books of the year imagines what inspired Bram Stoker to write the classic vampire tale.
The season's biggest horror novel sees a millennial couple wrangle with the evil entity lurking beneath their feet.
The Broken Hours offers a Lovecraftian take on the classic haunted house story.
In a controversial true crime book, Nancy Styler maintains that she played no part in the murder of her socialite landlord.
A murderer once thought to be dead is very much alive in this thriller.