E but many left me thinking huh at the end I thought a middle of the road rating would be the most appropriat. Ting · Roger Johnson · “They” · Rudyard Kipling · The Last Laugh · D H Lawrence · Robin’s Rath · Margery H Lawrence · The Dream “The Drunkard’s Dream” · Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu ·The Sundial · R H Malden · The Fifteenth Man · Richard Marsh · Brenner’s Boy · John Metcalfe · Uncle Abraham’s Romance · E Nesbit · What Was It · Fitz James O’Brien
· The Next Room · Vincent O’Sullivan · The Footsteps of the The Next Room · Vincent O’Sullivan · The Footsteps of the · Roger Pater · William Wilson · Edgar Allan Poe · Courage · Forrest Reid · The Last of Suire Ennis · Mrs J H RIDDELL · THE GARSIDE FELL DISASTER · H Riddell · The Garside Fell Disaster · T C Rolt · The Tears of Saint Agathé · David G Rowlands The Soul of Laploshka · Saki · The Old Dining Room · Sapper · The Between Maid · Montague Summers · A Ghost Story · Mark Twain · The Folly Ralph Tyler · Mark Valentine · Out of the Wrack I Rise · H Russell Wakefield · In the Pines · Karl Edward Wagner ·“Where Angels Fear” · Manly Wade Wellman ·The House of the Nightmare · Edward Lucas White · The Canterville Ghost · Oscar Wilde · The Spectre Spiders · William J Wintle. I enjoyed the stories n this book Many of the stories were not known to me so reading them was refreshing For as long As People Have Told people have told they have been fascinated by ghosts specters ghouls and demons The human mind s drawn rresistibly to the mysterious
right down to the deepest recesses of fear down to the deepest recesses of fear n one value packed volume are fifty macabre masterpieces from the greatest British and American practitioners of the art of the ghostly tale Editor Richard Dalby has made an nspired selection that offers readers the very best work of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries Victorian fireside hair raisers Edwardian magazine thrillers elegant nightmares from the 1920s and the manic visions of modern times Suspense mystery and horror specialists such as M R James Edgar Allan Poe Wilkie Collins Arthur Conan Doyle Algernon Blackwood Sheridan Le Fanu and Amelia B Edwards are prominently featured So are such classic authors as Charles Dickens Rudyard Kipling Oscar Wilde D H Lawrence Henry James and Mark Twain Modern writers are ably represented by Ramsey Campbell Karl Edward Wagner Robert Aickman and Basil Copper among others So f you want to curl up with a good book try The Phantastic Book of Ghost Stor.
review ☆ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook × Richard DalbyWould be Artscroll Children's Siddur interestedn reading the author s other anthologies I really enjoyed a few of these loved a coupl. Ies It just might curl anthologies I really enjoyed a few of these loved a coupl. Ies It just might curl hair as wellCONTENTSPreface · Richard Dalby · prThe Unsettled Dust · Robert Aickman · How He Left the Hotel · Louisa Baldwin · Whessoe · Nugent Barker · The Shuttered Room · E F Benson · An Inhabitant of Carcosa · Ambrose Bierce ·Is There Anybody There · Charles Birkin · The Whisperers · Algernon Blackwood · Curfew · L M
Boston · I’m Sure It Was No 31 · A· I’m Sure It Was No 31 · A Burrage · The Guide · Ramsey Campbell ·The Limping Ghost “The Ghost Who Limped” · R Chetwynd Hayes Mrs Zant and the Ghost “The Ghost’s Touch” · Wilkie Collins The House by the Tarn · Basil Copper · In Kropfsberg Keep · Ralph Adams Cram · The Ghost n all the Rooms · Daniel Defoe · The Bagman’s Uncle · Charles Dickens · The Bully of Brocas Court · Arthur Conan Doyle · In the Confessional · Amelia B Edwards · The Tune n Dan’s Café · Shamus Frazer · Beyond the Bourne · John S Glasby ·The Valley of the Lost Children · William Hope Hodgson ·The Sand Walker · Fergus Hume · The Real Right Thing · Henry James ·The Haunted Dolls’ House · M R James · The Wall Pain.