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Events in the Library - Fort Wayne: All Hallow's Read

All Hallows Read 2018

The Ivy Tech Northeast Library is celebrating All Hallow’s Read (October 22 - 31, 2018)

What is All Hallows Read?
All Hallow’s Read is a Halloween tradition. It’s simple. In the week of Halloween, or on the night itself, you read or give someone a scary book. Come to the Library to see our collection of books featuring true crime, paranormal, and zombies.

Neil Gaiman explains All Hallow's Read

All Hallows Read : Suggested Reading List

eBooks and Audio Books

Project Gutenberg offers over 50,000 free ebooks: choose among free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online.

Click on the image above to be linked to horror stories, such as The Works of Edgar Allen Poe, The Monkey's Paw, Dr. The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde​, and Frankenstein.


Free audiobooks and eBooks to listen to or download. Click on the image above to be taken to stories such as:

Dracula, Turn of the Screw, Phantom of the Opera, Ghost Story Collections, and more.

Short Horror Film

Scary Story Podcasts! Listen if you dare.


Nothing better than going to the woods, setting up your tent... and at nightfall, it's time to tell scary stories. We proudly present "Campfire Tales."   **Some serious shivers here:  Listen if you dare! (downloading options available)


Ghosts, ghouls, shades from the past ... in this episode of Radiolab, real-life people try to pin down, and make peace with, mysterious figures that haunt them, prod them, and fade out of existence. Listen to the podcast here. (downloading options available)


This horror podcast is intended to frighten and disturb you.

The stories herein may contain explicit language and graphic themes that are not suitable for people under the age of 16.

Click the image above and be taken to last year's Halloween Episode.

You can also download this podcast.

Just click play- if you dare.



Spooky Art

All Hallow's Eve art by Abigail Larson.

Check out more of her art:


We dare you to try sleeping after seeing these 18 disturbing artworks!

Check out more artwork in the Library's art database : ARTSTOR

If you talk to Dracula...

The main language of Transilvania, Romania is Romanian. 

The Ivy Tech Library has the

language learning program called MANGO. 

Why not learn some Romanian conversation skills

for when you run into Dracula?

Check MANGO out here. 

(over 70 languages available, including Romanian)

Dracula's Castle, in Transilvania, Romania


Questions? Contact the Library 260-480-4172 or ASK- A - LIBRARIAN