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James Doig – Australian Nightmares

Posted by demonik on May 11, 2009

James Doig (ed.) – Australian Nightmares (Equilibrium, 2008)

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Mary Fortune (1833-1910?) – The White Maniac: A Doctor’s Tale
Charles Junor (?-1901) – The Silent Sepulchre
Ernest Favenc (1845-1908) – What the Rats Brought
Ernest Favenc (1845-1908) – On the Island of Shadows
Hume Nisbet (1849-1923) – The Odic Touch
J.A. Barry (1850-1911) – Told in the Corona’s Cabin
Rosa Praed (1851-1935) – The House of Ill Omen
Morley Roberts (1857-1942) – A Thing of Wax
James Edmund (1859-1933) – The Prophetic Horror of the Great Experiment
James Edmund (1859-1933) – The Precipitous Details of the High Mountain and the Three Skeletons
Lionel Sparrow (1867-1936) – The Strange Case of Alan Heriot
Beatrice Grimshaw (1871-1953) – The Blanket Fiend
James Francis Dwyer (1874-1952) – The Phantom Ship of Dirk Van Tromp
Helen Simpson (1897-1940) – The Pledge
Vernon Knowles (1899-1968) – The House that Took Revenge
Vernon Knowles (1899-1968) – The Watch
Rosaleen Norton (1917-1979) – The Story of the Waxworks
Roger Dard (1920-1996) – The Undying One

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