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Hugh Lamb – Gaslit Nightmares

Posted by demonik on September 7, 2007

Hugh Lamb – Gaslit Nightmares : An Anthology of Victorian Tales of Terror (Futura, 1988)

Gaslit Nightmares

Barry Pain – The Undying Thing
Lady Dilke – The Serpent’s Head
Hume Nisbet – The Phantom Model
Bernard Capes – The Black Reaper
Bernard Capes – The Accursed Cordonnier
Robert Barr – The Vengeance Of The Dead
Alice Rea – The Beckside Boggle
Charles J. Mansford – Maw-Sayah
Robert W. Chambers – In The Court Of the Dragon
Mrs. J. H. Riddell – The Old House In Vauxhall Walk
Charles Dickens – The Drunkard’s Death
Mary E. Wilkins-Freeman – Luella Miller
Richard Marsh – A Psychological Experiment
Dick Donovan – The Mystic Spell
Joel Chandler Harris – The Late Mr. Watkins Of Georgia
Harriet Beecher Stowe – The Ghost In The mill
J. A. Barry – A Derelict
Jerome K. Jerome – The Haunted Mill
J. H. Pearce – An Unexpected Journey
Mrs G. Linnaeus Banks – The Pride Of The Corbyns
The Countess Of Munster – The Page Boy’s Ghost
Wirt Gerrare – Mysterious Maisie

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