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7 Terrifying and Awesome Halloween Books For Adults

There is no better way to celebrate Halloween than with a terrifying and spooky book. Pick up one of these 7 terrifyingly awesome Halloween books for adults to make this Halloween unforgettable.

#1 Selling Dead People’s Things by Duane Scott Cerny

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No faux reality tv show here! Imagine living with a haunted partner's desk, a Philco TV that requires no electricity to broadcast, a ghost dog, or a ventriloquist's dummy that always has the last word... 

Netgalley, Goodread and Amazon readers say it is unlike any other book about vintage in the marketplace... and it's definitely not for the kids! 

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Contributor: Duane Scott Cerny from SellingDeadPeoplesThings

#2 Strange Frequencies by Peter Bebergal

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Strange Frequencies by Peter Bebergal is a collection of actual stories of scientists, artists and spiritual enthusiasts using technology to experiment with connecting the living and the dead. What better way to spook yourself out for Halloween than with true stories like voicemails from the dead? 

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Contributor: D.G. Chichester from Capitalist Fiction

#3 The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware

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A suspenseful and haunting novel set at sea. A woman is given the experience of a lifetime to go on a luxury cruise. Everything is going swimmingly until she sees someone gets thrown off the board. Everyone is accounted for though, so the ship just continues on. You’ll have to read it to find out. 

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

#4 All Is Not Forgotten by Wendy Walker

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A young woman was attacked one night at a party and then given a drug to erase the memory. As time goes on, she battles with her lack of memory. Her father goes insane because he can’t find her attacker. Her mother tries to pretend it didn’t happen and that it didn’t affect her perfectly constructed little bubble. 

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Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

#6 Paranormal Investigation by Brian Sterling-Vete

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This book is an objective look at how to conduct a safe and successful paranormal investigation using a scientific approach. 

It outlines simple scientific methodology that can be applied and used by all paranormal investigators in their research. It contains a critical path graphic page to work from when devising ghost hunting experiments, and to help train new team members. 

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Contributor: Helen Renee Wuorio from MajorVision 

#7 And Then There Were None by Agatha Christie

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It's a mystery, but don't let that fool you-- the suspense in its pages is just as palpable as horror, and makes it a perfect Halloween read! It's a different take on books to read in Halloween, one that doesn't involve cannibals or ghosts or ghouls, but rather the scariest monster of them all

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Contributor: Vanessa from Prolitfic LLC

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Written by Taegan Lion