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Ghosts of The Silent Hills: Stories based on true hauntings18 %
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Best Horror Fiction Books of All Time

 
Horror fiction books are a fascinating & thrilling genre of literature that have been captivating book readers for centuries.Horror Fiction Books are a genre of literature which purpose to scare and shock to readers. These Horror Fiction Books often feature supernatural elements like ghosts, demons & other creatures of the night. They may also include psychological horror, where the fear comes from the characters' minds and their own personal demons.

The Turn of The Screw : A manuscript written by the late governess of the unidentified narrator's sister is being read aloud. The text describes how she was hired by a guy who had taken on parental responsibility for his niece and nephew after their parents' passing. The governess's new employer, Flora's uncle, seems unconcerned with parenting the kids and leaves her in control entirely.She thinks the kids are aware that there are spirits in their house. Before her death, Miss Jessel, the previous governess, and another worker, Peter Quint, enjoyed a close friendship. Since Jessel and Quint spent a lot of time with Flora and Miles before they passed away, the governess believes that the two kids had been visited by ghosts.Flora denies seeing Miss Jessel, despite the governess's conviction that she has been conversing with her spirit. Miles, who finally speaks to her that night about his expulsion, is left behind when Mrs. Grose takes Flora away to her uncle. Quint's spirit appears to the governess at the window as she tries to view it. After telling Miles the ghost no longer influences him, she discovers that Miles had died in her arms.
 
Henry James OM was an American-born British author born in New York City on 15 April 1843. He is recognized as a crucial figure in the transition from literary realism to literary modernism.Henry James, Sr., an investor, and banker in Albany, was his father. Henry James was medically unfit in 1861 to fight in the American Civil War. For The Nation and Atlantic Monthly, he produced both fiction and nonfiction writing. Later, in 1878, Watch and Ward was published as a book. He left for Paris in 1875 and arrived in London in 1876.  The Portrait of a Lady (1878), was released in 1881.He relocated to Sussex in 1897-1898, where he wrote The Turn of the Screw. He wrote The Ambassadors, The Wings of the Dove, and The Golden Bowl between 1902 and 1904. He received the Order of Merit in 1915 and became a citizen of Great Britain.His memoirs A Small Boy and Others and Notes of a Son and Brother were both published in 1913. He received the Order of Merit in 1915 and became a citizen of Great Britain. He was cremated after passing away on February 28, 1916, in Chelsea, London.
 
The Famous Modern Ghost Stories : The love of man for the paranormal has never been more evident than it is now. The haunting world's population has significantly increased since the most recent census. All facets of literature reflect the shadow less spirit, and even a lodge in a vast wilderness would have the company of spirits.According to a magazine article, Mr. Boggs' ghost was frustrated by spectral visitors. At a séance, he had previously conversed with a speaker claiming to be his brother's ghost. He thought, "I'm not so darn sure!According to Schopenhauer, a belief in ghosts is innate to man and can be found in all ages and locations. Man is fascinated by the topic because he is aware that whether or not he has seen a ghost, he will eventually become one.Modern ghosts are evolving complexes of various kinds, making them less simple and primitive than their forebears. They use all of the mortals' mechanisms and agencies in addition to their own means of communication and transportation.More often than any other animal, the dog makes an appearance in fiction as a ghost. The poetry of Richard Le Gallienne appeals to readers with tenderness rather than terror.
 
Most people agree that The Castle of Otranto was the first gothic fiction. The book, which takes place in a haunted castle, combined medievalism with fear in an ever-enduring manner.Manfred, the castle's lord, and his family are the subjects of The Castle of Otranto. The story opens on the day of Conrad's ailing son and princess Isabella's nuptials. A huge helmet descends on Conrad from above, crushing him to death. Manfred divorces his present wife Hippolita and marries Isabella in an effort to stop the catastrophe.The knights from another kingdom want to give Isabella to her father, Fredric, who has a greater claim to the castle. As a result, Isabella flees, forcing Manfred and the knights to search quickly for her.The prophesy is deemed fulfilled, and a huge ghostly figure comes, declaring the castle walls to be destroyed. Along with Hippolita, Manfred cedes the principality and enters a life of prayer. Theodore marries Isabella, the only person who can genuinely comprehend his anguish, and is made prince of the castle's ruins.
 
The English Review first published "The Jolly Corner," a short story by Henry James, in December 1908. One of Henry James' most well-known ghost tales, "The Jolly Corner," tells the adventures of Spencer Brydon as he prowls the now-vacant New York house where he was raised. He has a "feeling more intricate than had ever found itself consistent with rationality." After living overseas for 35 years, Spencer Brydon returns to New York. He discovers that he is skilled at managing a refurbishment of his childhood home. He starts to ponder what kind of person he might have been if he had led a more relaxed life in the United States. The Jolly Corner was first published by The English Review in 1908. Henry James describes Spencer Brydon's tour of his now-vacant childhood home in New York. He encounters a "feeling more sophisticated than had ever found itself consistent with sanity." He referred to his childhood home as "The Jolly Corner." Brydon begins to believe that he alters ego, the ghost of the man he might have once been, is haunting the estate. The theme of unlived lives permeates the entire narrative.
 
The Sketch Book of Geoffrey Crayon, Gent, a collection of 34 essays and short stories by American author Washington Irving, contains the gothic tale "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow." penned while Irving was a foreign resident of Birmingham, England. The first edition of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow'' appeared in 1819. "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," along with Irving's companion work "Rip Van Winkle," is one of the earliest works of American literature that has maintained enduring popularity, particularly around Halloween because of a figure known as the Headless Horseman who is thought to be a Hessian soldier who was severed by a cannonball during battle. Walt Disney created a second film adaption in 1949 as one of two episodes in the package movie The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad. The story takes place in 1790 in a remote valley known as Sleepy Hollow, in the countryside near the Dutch hamlet of Tarry Town (actual Tarrytown, New York). Sleepy Hollow is well known for its ghosts and the eerie ambiance that captures both its residents and visitors' imaginations. While on a trip to Europe, Irving created The Sketch Book, and elements of the story can also be attributed to that continent.
 
The funny short stories and sketches in "Ghost I Have Met And Some Others" are the work of John Kendrick Bangs. The book contains a number of clever and fantastical stories about run-ins with ghosts, spirits, and other paranormal creatures. The tales range in tone from playful and lighthearted to darkly funny, and many of them parodies popular ghost stories. In one tale, a group of ghosts gathers to share their own ghost stories until a living man interrupts them and demands to join their club. In other stories, characters are plagued by their own anxieties and insecurities or end up in strange and puzzling circumstances involving ghosts and other supernatural beings. Readers still find the collection of stories to be enjoyable now since it is both entertaining and thought-provoking. Also, "Ghost I Have Met And Some Others" is a timeless piece of amusing supernatural fiction that will captivate both ghost tale enthusiasts and anybody who appreciates clever and creative storytelling.

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