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Posted by John Jun 9, Famous Authors , Horror Fiction , Short Stories , Top Compilations 5 Stephen King, one of the most established authors in the world today, is by no means an unfamiliar author, maybe unfavoured in terms of writing style for some, but definitely not in terms of fame. A person who champions reading as a prerequisite to better writing, he writes 2, words a day and has sold more than million copies, many of which have been adapted to various film types. The best part about this is that some of his work under this category are available for free. Richard Bachman , a pseudonym used by King to test out if his popularity was solely based on his already influential name or simply because of his talent in writing. Turned out the latter was the winner. King was working as a janitor in a high-school , where he got the idea of the prom scene in Carrie. After Carrie, it was just a matter of time before a long list of books were published. Richard Matheson came in as the author who influenced him the most as a writer, with Ray Bradbury coming in as another strong impact to his work. They live inside us, and sometimes, they win.

They made it a point to go out each Halloween, as the house of a modern-day horror master was a landmark every trick or treater simply had to hit. However, Stephen had stayed home today because Molly, aka the Thing of Evil , had to be rushed to the vet that morning.

She was sleeping peacefully now, hopped up on painkillers, and cared for by her sister Vixen.

As darkness gripped the skies, the doorbell announced the first visitors of the night. Hoping that costumed kids would brighten his day, he pushed the creaky wooden frame open and was taken aback for a second. There stood The Ten. Men and women, not a child among them, their faces staring back at him.

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Their costumes bore a Victorian theme, and they crowded in an arc around the door. He had hoped for children and his anger was growing. Stephen was never known for his even temper. The Ten looked up in unison, creepy smiles plastered across their faces. Stephen knew the man right in front of him. Stephen King fainted.

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The modern-day master of horror was about to experience a rather harrowing Halloween. Stephen King awoke in his dank basement, bound to a chair. The rancid stench of burning kerosene filled the room as a lone lamp cast the 10 shadows of his captors on the walls around him. One of them bent down and his long face was in front of him again.

Was it really him? My uncle was a learned man, he needed to solve the mystery of the old Harris house. A whole night in there, Mr. Oh how I wish we had just stayed awake. We took turns sleeping, and I saw things I can never unsee. To this day, I remain unsure if those were nightmares or reality. Lovecraft told the tale of The Shunned House. What have I done? It is not necessary to accept that as true, you must only accept it as necessary.

The charges are unknown to him, the rules are unknown to him, all he needs to do is accept his guilt. You are guilty, no?

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I knew another one like you once. Have I told you about Josef K.? I need to see Tabitha. They all owed her their gratitude, for without Radcliffe, what is Gothic literature? She too was longing for the love of her life. But like you, she too realized the truth. What are you hoping to get out of this? I was just 17 when I met the grandson of a man who made monsters. His name was Dippel, and his grandfather was the alchemist at Castle Frankenstein.

Mary Shelley was softly spoken, but each word carried the weight of scars.

Is this some supernatural punishment, Stephen wondered to himself. An elaborate lesson to see the good in things. And as if to confirm his thoughts, Stoker leaned in and whispered. As Stoker finished his story, the wooden floor above the basement creaked. Poor girl, she had a terrifying morning and needed to be rushed to the vet. Do you know what happened? The basement door crashed open. Let us know in the comments below. Image Credits: Explore more about: site Kindle , Ebooks , Halloween.

Your email address will not be published. Nice turnabout at the end there, Horrormaster Mihir. I've got to show this to my son Very fun read I'd gotten on a kick a couple years ago to read as many classical works of all genres as I could before I die, see what all the talk was about if you get me. Those floated up in the mix along the way ha ha! It always causes me to spend a good deal of time after a read like these just considering how the reality of the work is so different from preconception.

I mean, you've heard the Dracula story all your life, seen the endless parade of cartoonist parodies. But the actual original work I remember reading The Raven as a boy and many other Poe nightmare makers and being scared to freakin death every time my house creaked.

Bang on, about Dracula. That's exactly how I felt about Frankenstein and Jekyll too.

The original books are so much better. You win my personal Golden Bookmark Award! Along with my undead, undying affliction. Er, affection. Which could be more horrifying than any collection of words mentioned here Top Deals. Email Facebook Whatsapp Pinterest Twitter. Enjoyed this article? Stay informed by joining our newsletter! Enter your Email.

Read our privacy policy. Haha thanks Kelsey. Glad to know you're raising the kid right: D Which 5 have you read?

Can't WAIT to dig into these others. Aww thanks, I appreciate your undying affliction: This is the best thing I have ever read. Scroll down for the next article. Nook vs.