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Explore more of The Lineup's spookiest stories.

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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These Emotionally Devastating Horror Books Will Shatter You

Bone-chilling tear-jerkers that linger long after you've finished the last page.

16 Books About Haunted Places to Help Plan Your Next Vacation

Take a trip to the border between this world and the next.

Sarah Rayne's Historic Horror Novels Will Chill Any Thrill Seeker

These turn of the century mysteries are as historical as they are haunted.

Books to Pack on Your Next Paranormal Road Trip

Send us a postcard from your favorite new haunt.

8 Books That Take You Through New Orleans’ Haunted History

Delve into the histories and mysteries of the Big Easy. 

9 Ghost Tropes to Die For

These tropes keep us screaming.

13 Spine-Tingling Ghost Story Books for the Chilly Autumn Nights Ahead

Discover petrifying true tales about spirits and things that go bump in the night.

13 Haunting Books for Fans of Doctor Sleep

Haunted hotels and psychic killers await.

Hans Holzer: America’s First Ghost Hunter

Hans Holzer was his name, contacting the dead was his game.

11 Twisted Ray Garton Books That Will Give You Nightmares

These stories will haunt you long after you've turned the last page.