"Do you ever get the feeling that we're being... Watched?"
These are short enough that I can just paraphrase them for you guys.
This guy checks into a hotel, and the lady at the front desk tells him he'll be passing a room with no numbers on it and that he shouldn't try to open or look into it. The man heads up to his room, but when he gets to the door his curiosity gets the better of him.
He peeks through the keyhole, and sees a room that looks exactly like a normal hotel setup, but then notices a pale woman facing away from him. He then leaves, but goes back the next day. This time, he sees nothing but a constant shade of red.
Thinking that he had disturbed another visitor, he confesses his deed to the lady at the front desk. She sighs, and then proceeds to tell him that a man once murdered his wife in that very room. Supposedly her ghost still haunts it to this day, and that people who have seen her say that she is completely white except for her eyes, which are solid red.
A hiker finds himself lost in the woods, and despite searching for hours cannot find his trail again. Finally, he stumbles on a cabin in the middle of a clearing with the lights on. Hoping to sleep for the night, he knocks on the door but nobody answers. The door is unlocked, so he opens the door and calls out to the owner. Still nobody replies so he lets himself in.
Exhausted from walking all day, the hiker crosses over to a bed on the other side of the room and sits down. On the wall opposite him are several large portraits, each depicting a person, and as portraits are wont to do, they appear to be staring at him. The hiker, a bit unnerved by this, rolls over and goes to sleep.
As the sun shines in his eyes the next morning, the hiker sits up in bed, and is startled to see that there are no portraits on the opposite wall... Only windows.
Talk about creepy. These are some of the most simple stories I've ever heard, but somehow that just seems to make it even more creepy. Fridge horror is the best kind in my opinion (when it takes a second to sink in, and you realize just how terrifying it actually is). I wish I could find more like it, but most rely on scare tactics and graphic imagery, so kudos to these authors!