Surely not? You say. Such a thing is impossible. I’ll leave you to judge. Can a book composed entirely of animated gifs really have a cohesive structure? Well…no. Is it scary? Only you can say. Some of them are very graphic and disturbing to look at, sure. Some of them are also very silly. However it’s probably the thought that counts, and the idea is definitely an intriguing one.
It’s coming up to Christmas and, for me, that always means spooky stories. OK, everything to me means spooky stories. Anyway, here’s a list I found of some particularly good ones. Enjoy!
Look at all these places offering free audio tales of terror! Go on, look at them. I said look at theeeeeemmm…oh, now look what you made me do, I spilled my tea. Now run along and listen to things.
Hello! Here’s a little video I made for Halloween, just a story I wrote with some local footage I filmed. Enjoy!
Have a peek at this website of spooky stories all operating under the premise that Calgary (a place in Canada, I believe? Hopefully I’m not wrong) has a hidden underbelly of weirdness which you can only see by performing certain tasks (keys). It’s good for ideas, and quite inventive. Ooh!
Ooh, what’s that I dropped? It’s another anthology containing a story of mine. Be sure to pick it up along with the other gothic ruderies on this link here.
Merry Valentine’s Day! Here is a post you should visit filled with vintage, often unexplained pictures. They’re beautiful and eerie, have a peek.