It’s almost time for Halloween–easily my favorite holiday of the year–so I want to celebrate by sharing some spooky stories with you all! All Hallows’ Read is a tradition started in 2010 by author Neil Gaiman, with the simple premise of giving someone a scary book for Halloween.
We have plenty of scary books at the library, and you should definitely come check those out. Butttt, there are also tons of great scary stories online too, posted frequently in communities like creepypasta, or Reddit’s r/nosleep group, that you probably won’t find in a book. So this October, I’m going to share my top 13 favorite scary stories from the Internet. I’ll post 3 stories each week, and the last one on Halloween day, so keep checking back!