Thanks to the power of our own imaginations, sometimes books are far scarier than movies. Here is a list of 10 books that live up to that. I know the most terrifying experience I’ve had was reading The Shining at the age of 12 at 2:00 am, huddled in my bedroom in the basement, too afraid to stop and go to sleep. And just a few weeks ago The Haunting of Hill House gave me plenty of chills.
You can’t do jump-scares in a book. There’s no computerized special effects, or actors covered with gruesome makeup and KY jelly. You can always put a book down for a few days. And yet, the creepy prose of horror’s greatest writers has the power to hold you trapped in a spell of terror that no film crew can match.
someone please call 911 for me
i believe that when you know how to physically touch a girl, is when you really have her. hand placement and the use of your hands is everything, remember that gentlemen.
this gif makes me feel really lonely wow
my grandpa has a date tonight and hes really old and in a wheelchair and has to drag around this breathing machine but hes just sitting there waiting for the hospice shuttle to take him to pick up his date and he looks suPER EXCITED and its the cutest thing ive ever seen
update he came home and i asked him how it went and he said, “i should have taken an extra tank of oxygen because she took my BREATH AWAY”
THATS SO CUTE SEND HELP