Which of the ghost stories is your favourite?

The internet’s favourite ghost story is not necessarily the one you’re most likely to see, but we thought we’d share our favourite ghost stories to add to our archive.

The list is in no particular order.

Read more 1 of 9 The best ghost stories of 2016 1.

The Walking Dead: A Goodbye, Mr. Glenn (Season 1, Episode 13) “We need to do this!”

The showrunner of the Walking Dead has a lot of explaining to do about his zombie-infested town.

But the one-man showrunner who helped build AMC’s zombie hit has a new, more human side as he struggles to keep the residents and residents’ children safe.

It’s a story we’re dying to see again, and the new episode makes the perfect return.

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The Simpsons: The Movie (Season 9, Episode 7) Homer Simpson has been working for years to help the Simpsons become more appealing to young people.

This season, he’s doing just that, as he tries to convince the kids of Springfield that the Simpsons are better than the other children’s TV shows.

There’s plenty of fun and silly humour throughout, with some of the funniest lines in the show’s long history.

This is one of the great TV comedies ever.

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 (Series 2, Episode 5) The Hunger Girls, a fictional school, is being overrun by a plague, and its president is forced to decide what to do.

Mocking Jay, the student who’s been assigned to lead the school, decides to lead by example and use her skills to fight the contagion.

The episode has plenty of action, but the best parts are the characters.

Read This Next: The Hunger Girl is a great example of a great story.

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Walking Dead season 6: The Day After (Season 5, Episode 16) “I’ll tell you what,” the zombie-infected zombie says.

“I want you to take a job at the prison.”

The day after it’s all over, we’ll find out who is the bad guy.

That’s what happens when the survivors of the apocalypse decide to start over and start over again.

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Buffy the Vampire Slayer season 7: The End (Season 4, Episode 4) The last two episodes of season 7 are all about how the Slayer, the Slayer Slayer, is going to do what she wants to do and what she can’t do.

It doesn’t help that she’s just as evil as ever.

It helps that she has an equally evil mother, and her father.

We all want her dead.

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Buffy season 8: Season 6 (Season 6, Episode 10) The story is about the return of a mysterious entity known as The Entity, who, like the previous season, is coming for the Slayer.

The story’s main characters are also coming for her.

And they don’t like her.

She has to fight back!

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The Dark Tower: The Dark World (Volume 3, Chapter 6) The Dark Sword, a demon who has been trapped in a dream-like state for millennia, has awoken and will stop at nothing to kill all of the people who are trying to escape.

The only way to stop him is to go back in time and stop him before he can kill everyone.

We’re going to have to read this book twice if we want to know what’s really going on.

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One of my favourite ghost tales ever: The Simpsons episode ‘A Goodbye Mr. Glorfindel’ (Season 3, Episode 1) “What the hell did I do to deserve that?”

The Simpsons’ Homer Simpson tries to explain his behaviour to his friends after their Christmas party.

The party is ruined, and Homer says the only reason he went out was to kill a man who was trying to kill him.

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The best horror ghost stories 2016 6.

Buffy: The Vampire Slayer episode ‘Blood Brothers’ (Series 1, Chapter 7) “There are things that can happen in the future that are just beyond the bounds of our understanding.

You’re going into a future where you’ve lost the ability to feel emotions, you’ve got an ability to not feel emotion, but you’re going up against something that is beyond your understanding.”

We don’t need to wait for the next episode to find out why.

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The Black List (Season 2, Chapter 13) The Blacklist is one the most influential shows in the history of television.

It has made the network famous for a variety of reasons, and one of its biggest influences was its ability to get the best of humanity, even in the most dire situations.

In this episode, we see

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