This month on Books and Beer, Zach, Andrew, and Miguel go exploring haunted houses throughout literature. From The Yellow Wallpaper through Horrorstor, they discuss the common tropes of the haunted house story. Place your bets on the death match over which haunted house novel is better; Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting at Hill House or Richard Matheson’s Hell House. They won’t be staying the night in any of them because you can’t fall asleep if you’re woke. So, pull up a chair, put on your headphones, and don’t stare too close to that wallpaper.