Halloween is just a few days away, and two new books can help you get in the mood. Joe Hill, author of "Strange Weather," and C. Robert Cargill, author of "Sea of Rust," join Cheddar to discuss their new horror novels--both of which are out this fall. When asked about what drives fear, Hill and Cargill say the ideas of loss, senility, losing your personality, or humiliation can be scarier than death. Hill's book, "Strange Weather," includes four short novels and is out this week. Cargill's "Sea of Rust," which was published in September, dives into a robot apocalypse in which humanity has been exterminated by machines.