A few weeks ago, I shared a collection of 18 Creepy AF True Crime Books…and today, here’s the other half of that awesome collection – 16 Creepy AF Paranormal Books…just in time for Halloween!
From ghosts to goblins, UFO’s to yettis, this collection of paranormal books dares to explain the unexplainable. Including ghost anthologies, as well as fiction and non-fiction books in the paranormal realm, this book collection is a great one to add to your list this fall!
16 Creepy AF Paranormal Books
The Demonologist: The Extraordinary Career of Ed & Lorraine Warren: The Demonologist reveals the grave religious process behind supernatural events and how it can happen to you.
This House is Haunted: The Investigation of the Enfield Poltergeist: In 1977, normal life ended for the Harper family. It began with a bang on the walls of their council house in Enfield. Then furniture started moving of its own accord…
Fringeology: How I Tried to Explain Away the Unexplainable…and Couldn’t: Steve Volk investigates what happens in the brains of people undergoing religious experiences, learns how to control his own dreams, and goes hunting for specters in his family’s old haunted house.
On Monsters: An Unnatural History of Our Worst Fears: Stephen Asma’s On Monsters is a wide-ranging cultural and conceptual history of monsters–how they have evolved over time, what functions they have served for us, and what shapes they are likely to take in the future.
Unbelievable: Investigations into Ghosts, Poltergeists, Telepathy, and Other Unseen Phenomena: Stacy Horn explores science’s remarkable first attempts to prove—or disprove—the existence of the paranormal.
American Monsters: A History of Monster Lore, Legends and Sightings in America: Bigfoot, the chupacabra, and thunderbirds aren’t just figments of our overactive imaginations—according to thousands of eyewitnesses, they exist, in every corner of the United States. This book examines a hidden menagerie of America’s homegrown beasts.
Cops’ True Stories of the Paranormal: Ghosts, UFOS and Other Stories: Best selling author of over 50 books, retired cop Loren W. Christensen asked men and women in uniform—police officers, sheriff deputies, SWAT, command, correction officers, and MPs—to convey their experiences with the paranormal.
Roald Dahl’s Book of Ghost Stories: Who better to investigate the literary spirit world than that supreme connoisseur of the unexpected, Roald Dahl?
Ghost Stories of an Antiquary: Renowned for their wit, erudition and suspense, these stories are each masterfully constructed and represent a high achievement in the ghost genre.
Bag of Bones: As Mike is drawn into a lover’s struggle, he is drawn into the mystery of the site of ghostly visitations and escalating terrors. What are the forces that have been unleashed here—and what do they want of Mike Noonan?
Dark Matter: Jack is not alone. Something walks there in the dark…
This House is Haunted: Eliza realizes that if she and a group of children are to survive a houses’ violent attentions, she must first uncover the hall’s long-buried secrets and confront the demons of its past…
Her Fearful Symmetry: Audrey Niffenegger weaves a captivating story in Her Fearful Symmetry about love and identity, about secrets and sisterhood, and about the tenacity of life–even after death.
Eight Ghosts: Eight authors were given after hours freedom at their chosen English heritage site. Immersed in the history, atmosphere and rumors of hauntings, they channeled their darker imaginings into a series of extraordinary new ghost stories.
Anya’s Ghost: Of all the things Anya expected to find at the bottom of an old well, a new friend was not one of them. Especially not a new friend who’s been dead for a century.
The Man in the Picture: The Man in the Picture is a haunting tale of loss, love, and the very basest fear of our beings.
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