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.
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Get Chief Henry Kennis on speed dial before heading to Nantucket this summer.
Graveyard of Lost Children is a chilling tale of motherhood and visions of madness.
Triple the wives, triple the motive.
And There He Kept Her will terrify readers of all stripes.
Dress to kill.
Katie Shaw's blossoming world was wrecked once... can she survive the horrors again?
Thirteen prized knives, two difficult parents-in-law, and one summer camp in ruins: What could go wrong?
Cape Disappointment is calling you home...
Helltown brings Costa’s “Garden of Horrors” to terrifying life.
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By Annie Kluger
Carter Wilson’s new psychological thriller proves that you shouldn’t.
In his new memoir, the celebrated cold case investigator shares an inside look at the reality of solving infamous crimes.
The April/May Creepy Crate celebrates cold cases and unexplained mysteries from around the world.
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The unsettling creatures that populate these pages will haunt your nightmares.
This month’s Creepy Crate celebrates the creatures that make Halloween so terrifying.
Stephen Graham Jones's newest is a love letter to slasher films and a chiller in its own right.
Creepy Crate is going totally 90s this month.
Bob Calhoun explores how crime shapes cultures, places, and people.