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Peter Haining

Posted by demonik on September 1, 2007

This is barely scratching the surface, but here’s a hint of what we’re up against

Peter Haining circa 1966

Horror Anthologies edited by Peter Haining.

The Hell of Mirrors (Four Square, 1965)
Summoned From The Tomb (Digit, 1966) [see also the much expanded, hardback edition,  Summoned from the Tomb (Sidgwick & Jackson, 1973)
Beyond The Curtain of the Dark (NEL, 1966, 1972)
The Craft of Terror (NEL, 1966: Mews, 1976)
Where Nightmares Are (Mayflower, 1966, Severn House, 1983)
The Gentlewomen of Evil (Robert Hale, 1967)
Legends For the Dark (Nel, 1968)
Dr. Caligari’s Black Book (W. H. Allen, 1968: NEL, 1969)
The Midnight People: Being eighteen terrifying and Bizarre tales of Vampires (Leslie Frewin, 1968: Ensign, 1974: Everest, 1975: See also ‘Vampires At Midnight’)
The Evil People (Leslie Frewin, 1968, Everest, 1975)
The Unspeakable People (Leslie Frewin, 1969)
Vampires at Midnight [The Midnight People] (Grosset & Dunlap, 1970, Warner, 1993)
The Witchcraft Reader (Dobson, 1969; Pan, 1972)
The Satanists (Neville Spearman 1969, Mayflower 1971)
The Necromancers (Hodder & Stoughton, 1971, Coronet, 1972)
The Hollywood Nightmare (MacDonald, 1970: Sidgwick & Jackson, 1973)
The Wild Night Company: Irish Tales of Terror (Gollancz, 1970, Sphere, 1971: Reprinted as Irish Tales of Terror (Crown/Bonanza, 1988)
The Ghouls: Stories Behind The Classic Horror Films (W. H. Allen, 1971: Orbit, 1974 [2 vols])
A Circle of Witches (Robert Hale, 1971)
The Freak Show (Corgi, 1971)
The Clans of Darkness: Scottish Tales of Fantasy & Horror (Gollancz, 1971, Sphere, 1972: Reprinted as Scottish Stories of Fantasy and Horror (Crown/Bonanza, 1988)
Great British Tales of Terror: Gothic Stories of Horror & Romance (Gollancz, 1972)
Great Tales of Terror from Europe and America: Gothic Stories of Horror & Romance (Gollancz, 1972)
The Lucifer Society: Detours into the Macabre (W. H. Allen, 1972, Pan, 1974)
The Nightmare Reader (Gollancz, 1973, Pan, 1973 as two paperback volumes)
Christopher Lee’s New Chamber of Horrors (Souvenir, 1974: Mayflower 2 vols, 1976)
The Magic Valley Travellers: Welsh Tales Of Fantasy & Horror (Gollancz, 1974)
The Monster Makers (Gollancz, 1974)
The Hell of Mirrors (Sidgwick & Jackson, 1974)
The Fantastic Pulps (Gollancz, 1975)
The Magicians: True Stories of the Occult (Pan, 1975)
The Ancient Mystery Reader: Strange Stories of the Unknown & The Unsolved (Gollancz, 1975: Sphere 2 vols, 1978)
Nightfrights (Peacock, 1975)
The Ghosts Companion (Puffin, 1975)
The Penny Dreadful (Gollancz, 1976)
Weird Tales (Neville Spearman, 1976: Sphere, 2 vols, 1978: Xanadu, 1990)
Everyman’s Book of Classic Horror Stories ( J M Dent, 1976)
The Black Magic Omnibus (Robson, 1976, Futura, 1977 as two paperback volumes)
First Book of Unknown Tales of Horror (MEWS, 1976)
Deadly Nightshade: Strange Tales of the Dark (Gollancz, 1977)
Peter Cushing: Tales of a Monster Hunter (Futura, 1977)
The Shilling Shockers: Tales from the Gothic Bluebooks (Gollancz, 1978, Gargoyles Head, 1995)
Tales of Unknown Horror (NEL, 1978)
The Ghost Finders (Gollancz, 1978)
M. R. James Book Of The Supernatural (Folsham, 1979)
The Classic Horror Omnibus: Vol 1 (NEL, 1979)
More Tales of Unknown Horror (NEL, 1979)
The Edgar Allan Poe Bedside Companion (Gollancz, 1980)
A Treasury of Gothic & The Supernatural (Avenal, 1981)
Dead Of Night (William Kimber, 1981)
Greasepaint And Ghosts (William Kimber, 1982)
Nightcaps And Nightmares (William Kimber, 1983)
Ghost Tour (William Kimber, 1983)
Christmas Spirits (William Kimber, 1983)
Hallowe’en Hauntings (William Kimber, 1984)
The Book of Ghost Stories (Stein & Day, 1984)
Vampire: Chilling Tales of the Undead (Target, 1985)
Werewolf: Horror Stories Of The Man-Beast (Severn House, 1985)
Zombie: Stories of the Walking Dead (Target, 1985, Severn House, 1985)
Supernatural Sleuths (William Kimber, 1986)
Poltergeist: Tales of Deadly Ghosts (Severn House, 1987)
The Mummy: Stories of the Living Corpse (Severn House, 1988)
Movie Monsters (Severn House, 1988)
Great Irish Stories Of The Supernatural (Souvenir, 1992)
The Television Late Night Horror Omnibus (Orion, 1993)
Tales from the Rogues’ Gallery, A Guided Tour (Little Brown, 1994)
Peter Cushing’s Monster Movies [Tales Of A Monster Hunter] (Hale, 1994)
The Frankenstein Collection (Artus, 1994)
Great Irish Tales of Horror (Souvenir Press, 1995)
The Vampire Omnibus (Orion, 1995)
The Supernatural [republished as Ghost Movies: Famous Supernatural Films] (Severn House, 1995)
Ghost Movies II: Famous Supernatural TV Programmes (Severn House, 1996)
The Vampire Hunter’s Casebook (Little Brown, 1996)
The Mammoth Book of 20th Century Ghost Stories (Robinson, 1998)
Scary!: Stories That Will Make You Scream (Souvenir Press, 1998)
The Mammoth Book of Haunted House Stories (Robinson 2000, 2005)
Scary!: More Stories to Make You Scream!: Vol 2 (Souvenir, 2002)
The Mammoth Book of Modern Ghost Stories (Robinson, 2007)
The Mysterious Novice: Tales of Terror from the Gothic Bluebooks (Apocryphile Press, 2007)
The Mammoth Book Of True Hauntings (Robinson, 2008)

As “William Pattrick”

Mysterious Railway Stories – (W. H. Allen, 1984, Star, 1985)
Mysterious Sea Stories – (W. H. Allen, 1985, Star, 1986)
Mysterious Air Stories (W.H. Allen, 1986)
Duel: Horror Stories Of The Road (W. H. Allen, 1987: Star, 1987)

As ‘Ric Alexander’

The Unexplained: Stories of the Paranormal (Orion, 1998)

As ‘Richard Peyton’

The Ghost Now Standing on Platform One (Souvenir Press, 1990: Futura, 1991) [Published in USA as ‘Journey Into Fear and Other Great Stories of Horror on the Railways’ (Wings,1991)]

For notes, discussion, additions and amendments to the above see the Vault Of Evil forum.

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One Response to “Peter Haining”

  1. Leandri said

    I’m looking for a book (atleast i think it was a book), bout this man that travels alot, but happens to walk by this house, where he meets this beautiful woman; but every night at twelve something happens, she gets killed again and then the next day everything starts again and then at twelve same thing happens. It turns out she was killed by her husband, because he was jealous.

    Please could someone help me!!

    Thanx!!!

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