“One House, Five Hauntings, Five Chilling Stories” is the tagline for this anthology of five novellas, each one set in the same nefarious house – Irongrove Lodge
The surviving members of a ’70s acid-folk band relive their strange days at Wylding Hall for a modern-day documentary, retelling the strange disappearance of their lead singer.
A collection of weird fiction and dark, supernatural fantasies inspired by dreams and nightmares, written by the now-overlooked Edward Lucas White.
Ambrose Bierce was a prolific short-story writer, satirist, editor, and journalist; he remains one of the more important and vivid …
A collection of four Gothic ghost stories by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu: “Green Tea,” “Squire Toby’s Will,” “The Fortunes of Sir Robert Ardagh,” and “Sir Dominick’s Bargain.”
A group of travelers seek shelter from a blizzard at a country home—they find the fire roaring, the tea boiling, but nobody home. A crime is afoot, and there’s a murderer in their midst…
Poul Anderson’s “Superstition,” Anthony Boucher lists the best SF of 1955; plus Ray Bradbury, Chad Oliver, J.B. Priestly, Evelyn Smith, John Vandercook, and Saki.
Zenna Henderson’s “Wilderness,” along with works by Arthur C. Clarke, Poul Anderson, John Dickson Carr, Mildred Clingerman, Gordon R. Dickson, and Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.
Follow the detectives of the 87th Precinct over twenty-four hours of a given day; a multitude of crimes are committed, and solved, by the expansive cast of characters.