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Old 10-04-2011, 11:06 PM   #16
miguel1626
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Definitely The Haunting of Hill House, by Shirley Jackson.
I really tried to like Haunting of Hill House, but unfortunately I couldn't (it felt more like a story about madness than supernatural horror).

Also Psycho by Robert Bloch and Rosemary's Baby by Ira Levin.[/QUOTE]

Psycho is pretty good, I can second that (although if you've seen the movie, you're not missing much).

@OP: If I can recommend some quaint 19th century horror, check out Robert Chambers' The King in Yellow (first 4 stories only). And I greatly enjoy Clark Ashton Smith's short stories - pick a random story and see if you like his style.
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