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A picture is worth a thousand nightmares… When three lost paintings are reunited, a patron of the arts discovers they may have been separated for a very good reason. A morbid photographer’s obsession upsets the spirits hidden in her pictures. And when bad dreams inspire a troubled painter, collectors of his work experience his twisted visions firsthand… Scare Street is proud A picture is worth a thousand nightmares… When three lost paintings are reunited, a patron of the arts discovers they may have been separated for a very good reason. A morbid photographer’s obsession upsets the spirits hidden in her pictures. And when bad dreams inspire a troubled painter, collectors of his work experience his twisted visions firsthand… Scare Street is proud to present the best in bone-chilling supernatural horror. This volume contains three spine-tingling tales for your reading pleasure. A gallery of terrifying works of art, ripped straight from your darkest nightmares… But wait… did something move in that painting in the corner? Was it an optical illusion, a trick of the light? Or are these horrifying works of art coming to life before your eyes? They say there can be no art without pain. Now these deadly masterpieces are ready to sink their claws into you, and put that to the test…


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A picture is worth a thousand nightmares… When three lost paintings are reunited, a patron of the arts discovers they may have been separated for a very good reason. A morbid photographer’s obsession upsets the spirits hidden in her pictures. And when bad dreams inspire a troubled painter, collectors of his work experience his twisted visions firsthand… Scare Street is proud A picture is worth a thousand nightmares… When three lost paintings are reunited, a patron of the arts discovers they may have been separated for a very good reason. A morbid photographer’s obsession upsets the spirits hidden in her pictures. And when bad dreams inspire a troubled painter, collectors of his work experience his twisted visions firsthand… Scare Street is proud to present the best in bone-chilling supernatural horror. This volume contains three spine-tingling tales for your reading pleasure. A gallery of terrifying works of art, ripped straight from your darkest nightmares… But wait… did something move in that painting in the corner? Was it an optical illusion, a trick of the light? Or are these horrifying works of art coming to life before your eyes? They say there can be no art without pain. Now these deadly masterpieces are ready to sink their claws into you, and put that to the test…

30 review for Short Horror Stories Vol. 10

  1. 4 out of 5

    Zain

    Some Good Ones! This collection consists of three short stories, all of them are about art. The first story is Pictures On The Wall: Neil O’Leary purchases a set of three paintings. He believes that they are really one painting, which has been divided into three. Once purchased at a remarkable price, he takes off the back covers and finds an old letter. The letter explains that the paintings are cursed and must stay separated. He immediately hangs them together. The second story is: Photography. Lind Some Good Ones! This collection consists of three short stories, all of them are about art. The first story is Pictures On The Wall: Neil O’Leary purchases a set of three paintings. He believes that they are really one painting, which has been divided into three. Once purchased at a remarkable price, he takes off the back covers and finds an old letter. The letter explains that the paintings are cursed and must stay separated. He immediately hangs them together. The second story is: Photography. Lindsy Walsh believes she can communicate with the dead. So she purchases things that belongs to dead people, takes pictures of them, then waits for the dead to communicate with her. The last book: The Artist’s Purpose...l kinda slept through while I was reading it. I know l was dreaming about the book while I was sleeping, but it was also so hard to stay awake while I was reading it. I promptly woke up, as soon as I finished reading it and I can tell you that it was about an artist named Casey Kaiser. She has a cabin located in the middle of nowhere. Although the cabin was supposed to inspire her art, instead it made her feel stifling. She would have these strange dreams about moving throughout this weird landscape. And then when she would wake up she would get motivated to do some painting.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Reading Reindeer 2021 On Proxima Centauri

    "Pictures On The Wall" by Ron Ripley: This short story delightfully reminded me both of H. P. Lovecraft's "Picture In The House," and of characters in Grade B horror films. You know whom: they consult Ouija boards, hold seances, enter abandoned buildings at night, all because their egotism is even greater than their skepticism. Such is the protagonist here: a wealthy, successful, author, Neil buys a triptych of an early Colonial manor. Once a single painting, it was divested into three sections. "Pictures On The Wall" by Ron Ripley: This short story delightfully reminded me both of H. P. Lovecraft's "Picture In The House," and of characters in Grade B horror films. You know whom: they consult Ouija boards, hold seances, enter abandoned buildings at night, all because their egotism is even greater than their skepticism. Such is the protagonist here: a wealthy, successful, author, Neil buys a triptych of an early Colonial manor. Once a single painting, it was divested into three sections. So naturally Mr. Ego, disregarding the testament he discovers hidden in the frame, hangs the sections as one unit again. Oh well. Pride and hubris always precede a fall. What a horrific Avenue to discovery! "Photography " by Ron Ripley: Lindy is a dedicated Spirit Photographer. Convinced that often Spirits are trapped in objects, she searches yard sales, estate sales, and flea markets for whatever objects psychically move her, then photographs them in her home. Finally, she endeavours to release the Spirits so they may find Peace. Unfortunately sometimes good intentions have the road to hell. "An Artist's Purpose " by Rowan Rook: This story also reminds me of Lovecraft: of Dreaming Cthulhu calling to the minds of men (primarily artists, writers, poets, and other creatives) with Strange and Arcane dreams. A Seattle artist planning for an upcoming showcase purchases a too-cheap, damaged, cabin on Mt. Baker, seeking inspiration in the absolute quiet of isolation. Inspiration results--but the cost is horrifying nightmares, not just for the Artist.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Autumn

    A nice, quick read These three stories were great! I have such a hard time picking out books to read because I’m so picky, and knowing these were just some random, short horror stories made this book an easy choice. I finished it in 40 minutes or so. Will recommend for an easy read!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Carrie

    I liked these short twisted tales about paintings and painters, can't wait for the next short stories I really love these. I received a review copy, all of the opinions are my own as I choose to reveiw I liked these short twisted tales about paintings and painters, can't wait for the next short stories I really love these. I received a review copy, all of the opinions are my own as I choose to reveiw

  5. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Hill

    These stories never disappoint! The three that are in this volume are going to leave you gasping! I loved each and every one - although Ron Ripley usually gets me the most. His stories are just the right level of horror, yet just "there" enough to make it almost believable. LOVED IT! These stories never disappoint! The three that are in this volume are going to leave you gasping! I loved each and every one - although Ron Ripley usually gets me the most. His stories are just the right level of horror, yet just "there" enough to make it almost believable. LOVED IT!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Rose Haskins

    Awesome Ghosts and ghost type, great stories. The photographer will never go buy ghost infused items ever again. And what a way to get inspiration, makes you look differently at paintings.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Dennis

    More great horror stories! Please give these a try. They are awesome.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Crystal

    Really short and really real stories that you can dive right into and feel like you are your own character in the stories. Well done Scare Street.

  9. 4 out of 5

    BookLoversLife

    Review to come.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tanesha

    Keeps getting better..... These stories just keep getting better every Volume. Can't wait to read the next book. I'm actually really excited about it! Keeps getting better..... These stories just keep getting better every Volume. Can't wait to read the next book. I'm actually really excited about it!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Tul

    Good shorts They leave you wanting more and more, twisted tales will hold in there grasp. The first was my favorite, but don't read before bed or you might have nightmares. Good shorts They leave you wanting more and more, twisted tales will hold in there grasp. The first was my favorite, but don't read before bed or you might have nightmares.

  12. 5 out of 5

    David

    As a novice photographer, I especially enjoyed this volume of Short Horror Stories. I must admit that I likely will never pick up a camera the same way again. Will there be any unexpected consequences for simply pressing a shutter button? This is one of the things I most enjoy about these short reads - they take ordinary everyday situations and create something deliciously frightening. Even if you don't believe in ghosts or spirits (and I really feel you will sooner or later), you will enjoy the As a novice photographer, I especially enjoyed this volume of Short Horror Stories. I must admit that I likely will never pick up a camera the same way again. Will there be any unexpected consequences for simply pressing a shutter button? This is one of the things I most enjoy about these short reads - they take ordinary everyday situations and create something deliciously frightening. Even if you don't believe in ghosts or spirits (and I really feel you will sooner or later), you will enjoy these stories. Just don't let the dark corners in your living room get to you. There really isn't anything there - really.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Kellie Ann

  14. 5 out of 5

    William Davis

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    Roxann Depee

  16. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

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    TB

  18. 5 out of 5

    Amd2709

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jim

  20. 5 out of 5

    MaryAnn O'Halloran

  21. 5 out of 5

    Charles P Stewart

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    Kirk Pistner

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    Liz

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    Stacie

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    Becky Thompson

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    MARYBETH THOMPSON

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alan Butts

  28. 4 out of 5

    BETTY SEARCY

  29. 5 out of 5

    Debbie Kasper

  30. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

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