Just in case you couldn’t tell already, I love scary things. Like, to the point where my current D&D character is a victorian doll-like warforged that charms people via brain-invading silkworms. At the same time, the ADD part of my brain loves things like modules with multiple self-contained stories (i.e. Candlekeep Mysteries).
And if that sounds like you, then a trip to Grizelda’s Cursed Curiosities might also be for you!
Grizelda’s Cursed Curiosities gives your players eleven stand-alone ghost mysteries to unearth, each one having their own unique flavor. For example, one sees the proprietor of a teashop possessed by the ghost of an assassin, while another has you inherit an estate that is immediately besieged by an army of angry spirits.
Taking more cues from Candlekeep Mysteries, Grizelda’s titular shop acts as the hub of these creepy little D&D romps. For example, in a sample adventure provided in the Kickstarter, a straw doll takes you to Tarver farm. The farm itself had been seized by the bank, the last surviving Tarver doing what we all would do in that situation– use necromancy to seek revenge.
Each adventure is scalable to your party, and also comes with both new items and outright beautiful map art. (The latter being something you don’t appreciate until you have to make your own.) In addition, you also have random encounter haunts at your disposal- such as this example here– each even coming with QR codes linked with special sound effects.