Christmas is more scary than merry when you read these ten tales of holiday horror available in Kindle Unlimited!
Scary stories and Christmas go together like cookies and milk. To prove it, we’ve collected ten holiday horror reads. BONUS: they’re all available in Kindle Unlimited!
So give yourself or a friend an early Christmas scare – I mean, present. Lock the doors, spike the eggnog, look out for fat men in suits trying to climb down your chimney, and check out these ten tales of holiday horror! They’re sure to keep you up way past your bedtime!
Things on the Shelf: Three Tales of Christmas Terror by H. Duke
There’s a reason you never touch the elf…
When thrift store worker Erin finds a posable elf doll in a box of donations, she gets into the holiday spirit and starts posing it around the store. Everything is candy canes and sugar plums—until the elf starts moving on its own. Are her co-workers playing tricks on her, or is she going crazy? Because it’s just not possible that the elf doll is alive… right? Erin must find out the truth, or she stands to lose more than her Christmas bonus this year.
Kringle: A Twisted Christmas Tale by Ron Chapman
We have heard and seen all the stories about Santa and the things he can do around Christmas time. Now it’s time for the Mrs. to step out of Santa’s shadow and show everyone exactly what she can do and when she is done… Christmas will never be the same for anyone; man, woman or child.
Shattered Ornaments by Brad Carr
Bert loves the Christmas season. Hosting a dinner party at the estate, his guests are full of holiday cheer. However, the party transforms into a living nightmare. Paranormal creatures are haunting them, one by one. What do these spirits want?
Chthulhu Christmas and Other Lovecraftian Yuletide Tales
Cthulhu Christmas and other Lovecraftian Yuletide Tales blends the holly jolly warm feelings of Christmas with the unfathomable dread and absolute horror of H. P. Lovecraft. The ancient one arrives to borrow from A Nightmare Before Christmas, but good ole Cthulhu doesn’t want to be nice. No. He wants to feed off your fear! He wants to feast on your flesh and drink your blood.
Festive Frights: Holiday Horror Stories to Remedy All That Sugar and Spice
A collection of holiday-themed horror tales, from reworkings of the classics to completely new fiction. Our contributors have pushed the boundaries of their imagination for this anthology, bringing you horrifying yet inspiringly original works of Festive Fiction.
Christmas Horror Volume 2
Christmas and a birthday collide, criminals get a holiday surprise, a man drifts through a life he once knew and Santa gets hungrier with each passing year. These are just some of the tales of terror found in Christmas Horror Volume 2, featuring all original fiction from Jeff Strand, Elizabeth Massie, Richard Chizmar, Gene O’Neill, Steve Rasnic Tem and William F. Nolan.
Dreaming of a Dark Christmas
Four dark tales of the holiday spirit.
Collected Christmas Horror Shorts
Christmas is often thought of as a time of joy and cheer, a time for giving to others, a time of celebration and love…. Well, this year some of the best voices in horror fiction decided to band together and tell you some tales about a different kind of Christmas, so grab yourself a mug of hot chocolate, close the curtains, lock the door and get comfy. This will be a Christmas like never before!
Bah! Humbug! An Anthology of Christmas Horror Stories
Matt Shaw has called upon some of the biggest names in horror to put together an anti-Christmas anthology of horror and weirdness! The proceeds earned from the sale of this anthology will go to a different charity each month.
Christmas Terror Tales – Stories to Enjoy from October through December
Sixteen gripping tales inspired by classical horror and urban legends twist holiday themes into chilling cautionary tales. A mischievous snowman frames the children who built him for its misdeeds. A haughty priest offers shelter to a hideous monster posing as an orphan. A father brings home a cursed Christmas tree resulting in a terrifying haunting experience for his family. From October through December, these stories of devils, spirits, murderers, monsters, and surprise twists will fascinate children and their parents.