Wednesday, January 11, 2023

Shower Stalker: A Tale of Terror - Horror Stories


It was a typical evening for Susan, a college student living in a small apartment. She had just finished a long day of classes and was looking forward to a nice hot shower. She entered the bathroom, locked the door, and undressed. As she stepped into the shower, she let out a sigh of relief and closed her eyes, letting the warm water wash over her.


But something was different. Susan felt a presence in the room. She opened her eyes and looked around, but the bathroom was empty. She shrugged it off as her imagination and continued to wash her hair. But the feeling of being watched persisted. Susan began to feel uneasy and her shower became less relaxing.

As she reached for her shampoo, Susan's hand brushed against the shower curtain. She quickly pulled her hand back and let out a scream. The curtain was cold and clammy to the touch, as if someone was behind it, pressed up against it. Susan's heart was pounding in her chest as she quickly got out of the shower, wrapped a towel around herself, and ran to the living room.

She locked herself in her room and called her best friend. She was too scared to stay alone in her apartment. Her friend listened to her story with concern and told her she will be there as soon as possible. Susan stayed in her room, too scared to move, her mind raced with the thoughts of who or what could have been in her bathroom.

When her friend arrived, Susan felt safe again and decided to try to forget the whole thing and go to bed. But as she lay in bed, she couldn't shake the feeling that someone or something was still watching her.

The next morning, Susan woke up to find her apartment ransacked. Drawers were pulled out, furniture was overturned and her belongings were scattered across the floor. But the most terrifying thing of all was the message written on her bathroom mirror in lipstick: "I'm still watching you".

Susan never found out who or what had been watching her in the shower that night, but she never felt safe in her own home again.

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