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A ghost story from M.E. Braddon. "Can death part us? I would return to you from the grave, Gertrude. My soul would come back to be near my love. And you - you, if you died before me - the cold earth would not hold you from me; if you loved me, you would return, and again these fair arms would be clasped round my neck as they are now."
A classic tale of horror and madness from H.P. Lovecraft. A university student takes a room in a Paris lodging house. He meets another tenant, Erich Zann, an old man who plays the viol. At night, the student lies awake listening to the strange, eerie music coming from the old man's room. But he soon learns that Erich Zann is not playing for pleasure.
Conradin is a lonely young boy who lives with his guardian, Mrs de Ropp. She is a dull, cheerless woman who makes life dull and cheerless for Conradin, who might succumb to illness, were it not for his vivid imagination and his secret god in the tool shed: the beautiful and fearsome polecat ferret, Sredni Vashtar.
Poe's classic tale of horror. Prince Prospero locks himself and his many wealthy guests in his abbey, safe from The Red Death - a hideous plague that is ravaging the land. But for how long can they cheat death?
Something has been raiding Octavian Ruttle's hen house. The prime suspect is his neighbour's tabby cat. A death sentence is decided upon, and reluctantly carried out - much to the anger of the children who own the cat.
A man adrift on the sea wakes to find himself stranded on a slimy expanse of hellish black mire. What he later finds there is enough to unhinge his sanity and reduce him to a hopeless morphine addict, forever in dread of ... Dagon.
When his friend Cunningham warns Van Cheele that there is a wild beast in his woods, he pays scant attention. But later, following an encounter in the woods with an uncanny, wild-looking youth who speaks of an appetite for child-flesh, Van Cheele begins to wonder if there might be a connection between the youth and the recent disappearance of a small child from the village.