Horror and Ghost Stories
By: Margaret Widdemer (1884-1978)
|The Haunted Hour An Anthology|
By: H. Addington (Henry Addington) Bruce (1874-1959)
|Historic Ghosts and Ghost Hunters|
By: Victoria Glad
|Each Man Kills|
By: Benjamin Ferris
By: Ralph Adams Cram (1863-1942)
|Black Spirits and White A Book of Ghost Stories|
By: Charles B. Cory (1857-1921)
Montezuma's Castle and Other Weird Tales
This is a collection of weird tales inspired from the natural history expeditions of the author, an independently wealthy bird collector, Olympic golfer, writer of many books on birds of the world, and, as evidenced in these pages, a fine storyteller to boot.
By: S. M. Tenneshaw
By: Howard Pease (1863-)
|Border Ghost Stories|
By: Walter Hubbell (1851-1932)
|The Haunted House: A True Ghost Story|
By: Don Peterson
|The White Feather Hex|
By: A. (Ada) Goodrich-Freer (1865-1931)
|The Alleged Haunting of B—— House Including a Journal Kept During the Tenancy of Colonel Lemesurier Taylor|
By: Greye La Spina (1880-1969)
|Old Mr. Wiley|
By: Nataly von Eschstruth (1860-1939)
|The Gray Nun|
By: Mary Elizabeth Hawker (1848-1908)
Cecilia de Noël
Cecilia de Noël is an original and cleverly told ghost story, published in 1891. The story is told, Rashomon-like, from six different viewpoints.
By: Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849)
12 Creepy Tales
From the master of the psychological horror genre comes this brilliant collection 12 Creepy Tales by Edgar Allan Poe. It features some of his classics like The Tell-Tale Heart, The Black Cat and The Cask of Amontillado which are supreme examples of his craft. The Black Cat is a truly horrifying story of a death-row confession of guilt by a serial killer. The much loved family cat becomes the agent of his destruction and inevitable descent into crime and madness. Another superb story is The Facts in the Case of M Valdemar...
Famous Modern Ghost Stories
An entertaining selection of “modern” ghost stories selected “to include specimens of a few of the distinctive types of modern ghosts, as well as to show the art of individual stories.”Sure to please the love of the supernatural in all of us!
By: Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849)
The Works of Edgar Allan Poe, Raven Edition
This, the first of 5 volumes containing Poe's works, contains 8 of his short stories as well as reflections, critiques, and eulogies by others.
By: Arthur Machen (1863-1947)
The Great God Pan
"The Great God Pan" is a novella written by Arthur Machen. A version of the story was published in the magazine Whirlwind in 1890, and Machen revised and extended it for its book publication (together with another story, "The Inmost Light") in 1894. On publication it was widely denounced by the press as degenerate and horrific because of its decadent style and sexual content, although it has since garnered a reputation as a classic of horror. Machen’s story was only one of many at the time to focus on Pan as a useful symbol for the power of nature and paganism...
By: Lloyd Eshbach (1910-2003)
The Gray Plague
End of the world sci-fi tale borrows heavily from H.G. Wells' WOTW and In The Days of the Comet -- looks like fun !
By: Vernon Lee (1856-1935)
A Phantom Lover
A Phantom Lover is a supernatural novella by Vernon Lee (pseudonym of Violet Paget) first published in 1886. Set in a Kentish manor house, the story concerns a portrait painter commissioned by a squire, William Oke, to produce portraits of him and his wife, the eccentric Mrs. Alice Oke, who bears a striking resemblance to a woman in a mysterious, seventeenth century painting.
By: Sewell Peaslee Wright (1897-1970)
Astounding Stories 13, January 1931
This issue contains "The Dark Side of Antri" by Sewell Peaslea Wright, "The Sunken Empire" by H. Thompson Rich, "The Gate to Xoran" by Hal K. Wells, "The Eye of Allah" by C. D. Willard, "The Fifth-Dimension Catapult" by Murray Leinster, and "The Pirate Planet[' by Charles W. Diffin.