This trilogy still gives me cold chills when I think about it. And the very first time I read it was on the Winter Solstice. Yeah, kind of freaked me out. *SHUDDER*
2. 7 Souls by Barnabas Miller: Go read the summary here doesn't it sound creepy?
3. All Hallow's Eve by Vivian Vande Velde: I read this book a couple of Halloween's ago with my sister and found it delightfully creepy. I will never look at a scarecrow the same way again. Nor will I ever be able to hear the song "Up On The Housetop" without thinking of this book
4. The Hollow by Jessica Verday:
This book was based on The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow, and absolutely loved it. I think that it fits perfectly with this theme.
5. Nevermore by Kelly Creagh:
It ties in with Edgar Allan Poe... Need I say more?
6. The Mediator Series by Meg Cabot: This book is not super sreepy, but it still has ghosts in it. I think that makes it perfect for someone who doesn't want to be scared half to death. (Pun intended)
7. Dearly, Departed by Lia Habel: It's not a scary book, but still, a zombie invasion... Seriously, how could I not include this book? It is way beyond awesome.
8. Rampant by Diana Peterfreund: Killer Unicorns. That is all.
9. Devoured by Amanda Marrone: This is based loosely on Snow White, which is what drew my attention to it in the first place. But it's not the version we all remember from when we were little. And even though it is not Extra Super Duper Terrifying, it's still pretty creepy.
10. Walk Of The Spirits by Richie Tankersley Cusick:
I love this book, I couldn't NOT include it. It's made of pure Awesomeness.