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Scary short story titles 1 to 10. My Shadow has a Strange Look about it. The Tree without Roots. The Wrong Gravestone. The Sound on the Wind. I had a bit of an Episode with a Gravestone once. Behind the Old Bookstore. The Little One they Left Behind. Dust on the Steering Wheel.What are some good short stories?
“The most popular short story ever written in English” is obviously the one about aristocrats hunting people. Widely adapted, but one of my favorite versions is the episode of Dollhouse in which a Richard Connell (no relation except the obvious) hunts Echo with a bow.