Because our last posting of 21 Two-Sentence Horror Stories was so popular, we wanted to bring you 19 more similar style horror tales that will really tingle your spine.
In this fast-paced world we live in, we rarely have time to enjoy a good scary tale like back in the old days before iPads and Kindles. So, when a Reddit user recently asked, "What is the best horror story you can come up with in two sentences?," the response was tremendous, and these short stories really fit into our Twitter-sized attention span!
Since our last posting about kids and their creepy imaginary friends, we found even more stories about imaginary friends. Since you cats liked that last 21 Creepy Things Kids Say About Their Imaginary Friends posting so much, here's another.
Kids are much more open-minded about paranormal activity than adults, don't you think? They have no filter and will tell you straight out what they see, even if we don't see it. Just because we can't see something or someone, it doesn't mean they're not there, especially when it comes to imaginary friends.
It's no secret what big fans we are of Creepy magazine around these parts so when the guys at Dark Horse Comics sent over their latest teaser image, promising things are going to "Get Creepy This Fall", of course we took notice. Check it out!
Don't worry, guys. I am not going Hollywood any time soon. Right now we're talking about my namesake, the great Uncle Creepy, and his brand of Creepy Magazine getting the big screen anthology treatment. Read on for details.
We recently had a chance to talk with demonic Dan Braun, editor-in-chief of a magazine near and dear to our hearts, Creepy. Aside from some great plans for Creepy #7, Braun has some new info to lay on us that fans of the periodical (and its sibling, Eerie) will be thrilled to hear.
Here's some news that's very near and dear to my heart! Two of my favorite illustrated magazines growing up, Creepy and Eerie, are headed for the small screen! How friggin' sweet is that!
Many people around their thirties have fond memories of both Creepy and Eerie magazine. Lord knows I have a distinct love for them. But now it seems as if Hollywood is finally playing catch up!
It's no secret my pen-name of Uncle Creepy was inspired by an old comic book from the Seventies that is near and dear to my heart -- Creepy. This July the comic will see a resurrection of sorts coming from the good folks at Dark Horse.
I know, because you guys love us so much and appreciate all the hard work we do for you day in and day out, most of you have already started to think about what to get us for Christmas. I’m very easy to shop for, but Uncle Creepy can be a bit picky so, to save you the heartache of getting him something he doesn’t want, I present to you… Uncle Creepy!