Disturbing stories told on Reddit

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15. Zombie by Joyce Carol Oates

Dutton “It’s fiction, but it’s based on Jeffrey Dahmer. I didn’t realize that when I chose it off a list for a high school psychology project. I just chose it based on the title because I was big into the zombie craze at the time. it ended up getting a bit more than I bargained for, and it took me a while to shake it.” —DoofusMagnus

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16. /r/Skinwalkers. "In Native American legend a skin-walker is a most foul creature, a witch. By committing a cultural taboo, usually killing a member of their own family, a witch can become a …

18. Haunted by Chuck Palahniuk

Doubleday “I had never heard of the author before, and I had never heard anything about this book. I am ashamed to admit I got it because the book cover glowed in the dark, and 16-year-old me thought that was amazing! It’s a nightmare of a book. The main story still leaves me uncomfortable, as did the free verse poems tying then all together. It’s just…a very uncomfortable read.” —Reenie898