Scary stories to tell in the dark art

Explore chilling and captivating artwork inspired by the terrifying tales of 'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark'. Immerse yourself in the haunting world of horror and unleash your imagination.
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Stephen Gammell is best known for his dark macabre illustrations in Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark the infamous book of children's short stories by Alvin Schwartz. Drawing heavily from folk and urban legends the horror narratives illustrated by Gammell are instantly recognizable to a generation of Americans (And those around the world) - As of 2017 the books have sold over seven million copies.

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The Walk - From the book "Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark". Written by Alvin Schwartz. Illustrations by Stephen Gammell. Scary Stories, Stephen Gammell, Scary Stories To Tell, Dark Books, Spooky Places, Stories To Tell, Creepy Art, Shiraz, Telling Stories

"The Walk" is the second story included in the book Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark. A boy's uncle is walking down a lonely road when he comes upon a man who is also walking on the road. The boy's uncle is scared of the man and the man is scared of the uncle but they both keep walking. It is getting dark. They go deep into the woods and they look at each other and are still scared of each other. The man looks at the uncle a third time and the uncle looks at the man a third time and they…

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Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is the first book of the Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark trilogy, each story was collected and retold by the late Alvin Schwartz. The illustrations were drawn by Stephen Gammell and the book was published in October 14, 1981. In 2011, the book along with the other books in the trilogy, would be receive reprints in 2011 by HarperCollins, with new art by Brett Helquist which was more cartoonish as opposed to Stephen Gammel's more disturbing art, this change…

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