Two Sentence Horror Stories #4

Two Sentence Horror Stories

Two Sentence Horror Stories #2

Two Sentence Horror Stories #3


Hello Internet!

It’s finally here! Today is Halloween! I know that this year will be a very different Halloween that people are used to because of the state of the world, but hopefully that won’t stop you from having a fun and safe Halloween. You can still eat Halloween candy while carving pumpkins or watching a scary movie. This year is the perfect excuse to just stay inside with a warm blanket and a handful of delicious sweets. I’m probably going to spend my Halloween watching The Mandalorian. Very spooky. Anyway, this year I am continuing my tradition of Two Sentence Horror Stories for Halloween. If you haven’t read the past versions, I recommend it. There are some great gems in there and it’s a quick read. I hope you enjoy them and have a Happy Halloween!

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Usually the scariest people on Halloween are the ones wearing masks. This year, the opposite is true.

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At first the howls of distant wolves were nothing but a nighttime annoyance. However, once the full moon was shining overhead, the howls seemed like family members calling me home.

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I’ve never believed in the power of mediums or psychics. None of them have been able to tell me that my future included murdering them.

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When I first heard the ghostly wails in the new house I bought, I thought they were trying to scare me away. Turns out they were trying to warn me before I became a part of their cacophony.

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Some women get nervous when they notice a man following them at night. Not me because I know that I’m luring them to their own deaths.

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People will stay home on Election Day instead of voting. Then they’ll complain about the government and how nothing ever changes. (Again, not supernatural but very real and very scary)


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