Looking for something a little scary to read other than Frankenstein or Dracula? Check out these spooky titles from the Wilson Library collection at the University of Minnesota:
- “Monsters, Evil Beings, Mythical Beasts, and All Manner of Imaginary Terrors” by David Gilmore
- “Mythical beasts of Japan from evil creatures to sacred beings” by Kano Hiroyuki, Yumoto Koichi, Mukasa Shuji
- “Medieval monsters : terrors, aliens, wonders” by Sherry C. M. Lindquist, Asa Simon Mittman
- “Halloween and other festivals of death and life” by Jack Santino
- “Journey into fear and other great stories of horror on the railways” by Richard Peyton
- “The mammoth book of twentieth-century ghost stories” by Peter Haining
- “The Oxford book of Australian ghost stories” by Ken Gelder
- “Satan & Salem: The witch-hunt crisis of 1692” by Benjamin C. Ray.
- “The midwife and the witch” by Thomas Rogers Forbes
The best part? All these books are available for interlibrary loan through MNLINK!