Everyone feels afraid.
Fear is an emotion that everyone feels. And I am not talking about fear as in when you watch a horror movie or something of that sort. I am talking about a real fear that you may get when you think someone is in the house with your or that time when you thought you heard someone else in your house even though you live alone. There are many more forms that fear can morph into. And that is exactly what the following stories are about.
While we as humans have become jaded when it comes to horror movies because the newer versions are just not that scary. So even if we sit there for 2 hours, we leave unsatisfied. Well, I assure you that is not going to happen here. Because as it turns out, a good writer doesn’t need a lot of time or words to invoke real fear. And that is what these people have done with a mere two sentences that will definitely send a shiver down your spine.
So just scroll below to read for yourself.
#1 Sea salt is paramount.
#2 Never follow the glowing orb.
#3 Every thing and every person has an opposite side.
#4 That crystal ball was the real deal.
#5 I am assuming Cole’s hand felt quite cold.
#6 Sadly, this has been true several times.
#7 Mirrors never lie no matter how much we think we know ourselves.
#8 You know what else tastes like almonds? Cyanide.
#9 Isn’t it better to just live in the false but happy hallucination?
#10 Mama bear isn’t going to be too happy.
#11 You will understand once you read it a few times.
#12 I don’t think anyone was expecting that.
#13 I wonder who comes to him at night through his window?
#14 What do you do in this situation? Run!
#15 Probably in the house.
#16 Cats can actually see the other side.
#17 The countdown to whose end?
All of these stories prove that if you are a good writer you can invoke whatever emotion you want to invoke in the reader without rattling on. This should be an exercise that should be done by many ‘big name’ writers in Hollywood who don’t always come forth with a very horrific movie script.
#18 What about ambidextrous people?
#19 The kidnapper didn’t want her to get the wrong answer.
#20 Atleast the spirit is nice.
#21 They always scream so much.
#22 After reading this, I might never get sleep.
#23 Jill didn’t want to leave him alone.
#24 That is one good doggo!
#25 This falls into the sadder side of things.
#26 I don’t think that congratulations are in order.
#27 It is an Insane Asylum. What did they expect?
#28 Well, that does sound terrifying.
#29 The monster under the bed prefers the dark.
#30 Perhaps she is standing on the roof of the 6th floor?
#31 Both of these instances are equally terrifying.
#32 And they say a child’s laughter is a beautiful thing.
#33 The grandmother is angry with them for not calling her when she was alive.
#34 Cremation is the key.
#35 Okay, that did send chills down my spine.
What did you think of these horror stories? Did any of them make you feel scared? If so let us know which one was your favourite. And don’t forget to share these great stories with your friends so they don’t get any sleep either.