Another Batch of Delightfully Disturbing Graveyard Stories You Should Totally Read (Or Not!) - Odd Nugget
A graveyard is a good place to hide bodies...
Speaking of that...
These exceptionally strange graveyard stories and books could be a bit more than you bargained for. Read on, brave visitor, for more...
The Man In The Mirror
"Look into the glass and your future husband's face shall pass." When an old family heirloom gives Mary a glimpse of her future, she believes it.
For years and years, she clings to hope.
But is it really what it seems to be?
Working the graveyard shift in retail has some perks.
Being chased by a naked deformed homeless man brandishing a shard of glass isn't one of them.
Posted on Reddit by Skore79.
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I kissed my wife as she tried to point to the graveyard across the street.
Her eyes made me so happy I didn't even notice her ghoulish appearance.
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Having the graveyard shift at Dairy Queen is usually pretty relaxed.
Until I hear my manager from the meat locker again.
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I hate the graveyard shift.
It always pains me to guide the children to their graves.
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Mermaids And The Vampires Who Love Them
Everyone knows mermaids and vampires can't date.
But when a mermaid ends up at a boarding school with a smoking hot vampire for a roommate, will love take a bite? Just before her senior year of high school, mermaid Waverly Fishwater learns she's being transferred to a cross-cultural boarding school for supernaturals.
But reckless gods, single-minded werewolves, and virtuous fairies are the least of her troubles! West Marin Heights has vampires, and mermaid blood is their favorite snack.
So Waverly has to learn who to trust, and fast -- especially since one of her new roommates is a vampire who's way too hot for her to handle! But just when she's starting to fit in, she discovers a dark plot that could destroy the school and the oceans beyond.
If Waverly is to expose the evil scheme and get back to her normal teenage problems--overprotective parents, math homework-avoidance, and maybe, just maybe, getting a boyfriend--she's going to have to accept the help of a ragtag group of classmates.
Will her plans be a supernatural catastrophe, or can Waverly rally this eccentric band of heroes to save the day? [[Word Count: 90,000-100,000 words]] Cover designed by Natasha Shaikh
The nun from the graveyard
We call this one the nun from the graveyard, this is one of the few experiences multiple people had at the same time.
So only me and my dad are the only ones in the family was able to see ghosts and for some reason we was driving past a graveyard and I thought it would be a good idea to explore it. (For reference the people in the car was my mom, and dad in the front, dad driving, and me and my sister in the back.)
Mom and I got out and did a loop around on the other side of the church, on the right side from the car, I saw a nun crying into her hands by a gravestone who wasn't there before. I just continued walking. Then at the front of the church on the way back to the car, I turned around and the nun was following us, I walked really fast and called to my mom to hurry up or I would leave without her.
After getting in the car I looked out the window but couldn't see the nun so I thought it was safe.
The car left the church really fast, faster than I had ever known my dad to drive.
That night I was telling my dad about what I had seen, and he went pale. He had seen her too, but my mom hadn't.
My dad explained that after mom had got in the car the nun got in the car too, and the nun was sat kind of inside my mom (He drew a picture to explain it, like half nun half mom, mom staring out the front window, and the nun staring and my dad.) She apparently had red eyes.
My dad drove off really fast to get her out of the car because of ghost boundries, and he was terrified.
Posted on Reddit by Then_Driver_1609.
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