All these classic stories are in the public domain,
available in their entirety online or as free ebooks
(1-31 October 2019)
When a Transylvanian Count settles in Victorian England, the lives of Jonathan Harker & his fiancée Mina are turned upside down by the (totally non-sparkly) undead nobleman who wants Mina for himself.
Dracula by Bram Stoker#Free Scary #Storieshttps://t.co/ap4UznnEW2 pic.twitter.com/qVfrs0x2TL
— Dr. Alexandria Szeman Award-Winning #Author 📚🖋🎃 (@Alexandria_SZ) October 11, 2019
In the midst of Plague, Prospero throws a masked ball for the followers who have walled themselves in his great palace, but what stranger dares dress himself all in red?
The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe#Free Scary #Stories @everywriter
— Dr. Alexandria Szeman Award-Winning #Author 📚🖋🎃 (@Alexandria_SZ) October 12, 2019
When a newlywed follows his wife into the woods, he sees a gathering of witches awaiting the Devil. Or does he?
Young Goodman Brown by Nathaniel Hawthorne#Free Scary #Stories https://t.co/bEo3F4YPrW @wikisource_en
Woodcut: The History of Witches & Wizards, 1720 (Wikimedia) pic.twitter.com/MMPbJcke7g
— Dr. Alexandria Szeman Award-Winning #Author 📚🖋🎃 (@Alexandria_SZ) October 13, 2019
When Captain Walton rescues Victor Frankenstein, Walton is horrified to hear the doctor’s story: has he really created a human being from corpses, and has the Creature escaped?
Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecroft Shelley#Free Scary #Stories@gutenberg_orghttps://t.co/20GZ0upYSA pic.twitter.com/X9Oer1XeWS
— Dr. Alexandria Szeman Award-Winning #Author 📚🖋🎃 (@Alexandria_SZ) October 14, 2019
Aylmer loves his wife but he’s obsessed with the birthmark on her face. He makes a draught to remove it & convinces her to take it, but at what price?
The Birthmark by Nathaniel Hawthorne#Free Scary #Storieshttps://t.co/xQZmdD1RFP
Jason & Medea by Waterhouse pic.twitter.com/gfqEyrwSi0
— Dr Alexandria Szeman: Award-Winning #Author 📚🖋🎃 (@Alexandria_SZ) October 15, 2019
Want more free scary classics?
See my entire list of scary stories, novellas, and novels.
(Note: Some of the classics on my list may no longer be free:
some sellers charge when work in the public domain become popular.)