So, I really wanted to write more posts for the spooky month, but I’ve just been cooped up with long hours at work and… yeah. But I’m here now to contribute to Spooktober with another post, a much more personal one. This time, I’d like to share with you a personal story regarding an event that was unexplainable at the time. Perhaps it could’ve been my imagination, or perhaps not. Yet, we can all agree that the scariest stories are more than often true ones.
You can also share your own creepy encounters in the comments below. Now, let me share with you a creepy experience from my childhood.
Spooktober is in full swing! Yay! So, what’s there to do aside from blogging Halloween themed posts and stories? I’ve been a horror fanatic since the days of borrowing Goosebumps books from the school library, to now. Anyway, the title of this post is pretty self-explanatory. Your ordinary Louse is here to provide some suggestions on how to write in the horror genre, from a horror fan’s perspective. This is for anybody who wants to dip their toes into the icy cold, kelp-ridden waters of creepiness, or for a seasoned horror writer wanting to see things from another person’s perspective. Without further ado, let’s goooooo!