Ghosts: A Treasury of Chilling Tales Old & New

Ghosts: A Treasury of Chilling Tales Old & NewMarvin KayeSaralee KayeIntroduction Ghosts Marvin KayeA Prologue Of Last Words Marvin KayeMinuke Nigel KnealeThe Wind In The Rose Bush Mary E Wilkins FreemanLegal Rites Isaac Asimov And Frederik PohlSmee AM Burrage As By Ex Private X Thurlow S Christmas Story John Kendrick BangsThe Ghost, The Gallant, The Gael And The Goblin WS GilbertA Quartet Of Strange Things Bernhardt J HurwoodThe Lady Of Finnigan S Hearth Parke GodwinThe Phantom Hag Guy De MaupassantThe Ghost Of The Capuchins Eug Ne MontfortWho Rides With Santa Anna Edward D HochJane Barbara GallowThe Tale Of The German Student Aka The Adventure Of The German Student Washington IrvingThe Hounds Of Hell John MasefieldDoorslammer Donald A WollheimThe Ensouled Violin Helena P BlavatskyThe Monk Of Horror AnonymousMr Justice Harbottle Joseph Sheridan Le FanuThe Flying Dutchman TraditionalThe Parlor Car Ghost AnonymousThe Red Room HG WellsA Gathering Of Ghosts Craig Shaw GardnerThe Woman S Ghost Story Algernon BlackwoodMiss Jeromette And The Clergyman Wilkie CollinsThe Phantom Woman AnonymousThe Spectre Bride AnonymousThe Midnight Embrace Matthew Gregory LewisThe Philosophy Of Relative Existences Frank R Stockton Main Street No ZZ JerommFour Ghosts In Hamlet Fritz LeiberThe Ghost Of Sailboat Fred Saralee TerryThe Fisherman S Story Faith Lancereau And Anatole Le BrazThe Old Mansion AnonymousThe Haunting Of Y Al SarrantonioThe Ghostly Rental Henry JamesUntitled Ghost Story Prologue To Automata ETA HoffmannThe Doll S Ghost F Marion CrawfordStaley Fleming S Hallucination Ambrose BierceThe Dead Woman S Photograph AnonymousThe Castle Of The King Bram StokerThe Canterville Ghost Oscar WildeBlind Man S Buff H Russell WakefieldA Suffolk Miracle TraditionalFather Stein S Tale RH BensonThe Old Nurse S Story Elizabeth GaskellMoney Talks Dick BaldwinThe Ghost Of The Count AnonymousThe Body Snatcher Robert Louis Stevenson The Penhale Broadcast Jack SnowThe Last Traveler Jean RayPhantom Regiment James GrantThe Tale Of The Bagman S Uncle Aka The Bagman S Story Charles DickensThe North Mail Amelia B EdwardsHow Fear Departed From The Long Gallery EF BensonRalph Marvin Kaye Lost interest. A collection of ghostly tales that I ve slowly savored on these cold Winter nights.I m left wondering if King read How Fear Departed From the Long Gallery and if that was his inspiration for The Twins in his book The Shining Hmmm something to ponder upon. Found this randomly but almost like I was being drawn to it on a shelf in Borders before they sadly closed their doors and had to have it It looks like an antique, and someday I imagine it will be old enough and book collectors will consider this book, and this particular edition, very antique I loved this book I read it during a rough time in my life and it was very much an escape I would read it by candlelight every night until I turned the last page out of over 600 The Appendices are very interesting, too It has been awhile since that time in my life, and I think reading this would be even better the second time around Unfortunately, my copy suffered some water damage packed away, and the book cover is coming off I think I can glue it back on though Maybe its being worn out will add some antiquity to it Lol But all that aside, this is a book I highly recommend to all the paranormal junkies out there. this is an anthology of ghost stories from all over the world, from the late 1700s to the present day the title is misleading, however some are creepier than others, some are comical, some are love stories, etc some are not scary at all but it s a nice book to pick up if you re in the mood for it.

He is the editor of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine, and both editor and co publisher of America s oldest supernatural periodical, Weird Tales magazine.A native of Philadelphia, PA., he is a graduate of Penn State, with an M A in theatre and English literature he recently headed the tutoring staff of the Manhattan campus of Mercy College is Adjunct Professor of Creative Writing at New York University, has taught mystery writing in England for the Smithsonian Institute, has served as a judge for the Edgar, International Thriller Writers, Nero and World Fantasy Awards, and is Artistic Director for The Open Book, New York s oldest readers theatre company He is listed in both Who s Who in America and Who s Who in Entertainment.

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  • Hardcover
  • 652 pages
  • Ghosts: A Treasury of Chilling Tales Old & New
  • Marvin Kaye
  • English
  • 21 April 2017
  • 9780385185066

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