1. The Lottery, by Shirley Jackson; in an annual autumnal event, Tessie Hutchinson is stoned by the townspeople.
2. Carrie, by Stephen King; Carrie White, the bullied girl, discovers she has telekinetic powers.
3. The Shining, by Stephen King; Jack Torrance’s “perfect” job at The Overlook Hotel, turns sinister.
4. The Raven, by Edgar Allan Poe; the author’s poem about a raven’s nocturnal visit to a student mourning his lover.
5. The Amityville Horror, by Jay Anson; The Lutz family moves into a house with a haunted history.
6. Dracula, by Bram Stoker; The Father of Vampires introduced Dracula.