Vintage Ghost Stories: The Sorceress in Stained Glass & Other Ghost Stories (ed. Richard Dalby)—TOC

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9 • Introduction (The Sorceress in Stained Glass) • essay by Richard Dalby
• 13 • The Sorceress in Stained Glass • short story by Lewis Spence
• 21 • “And He Shall Sing …” • (1928) • short story by H. Russell Wakefield [as by H. R. Wakefield]
• 35 • The Story of the Moor Road • [Flaxman Low] • (1916) • short story by Kate Prichard and Hesketh Prichard [as by E. Heron and H. Heron]
• 49 • The House Which Was Rent-Free • (1902) • short story by L. Baillie Reynolds
• 65 • The Round Graveyard • (1934) • short story by E. K. Allan
• 73 • The Doll’s Ghost • (1911) • short story by F. Marion Crawford
• 86 • The Horror in the Pond • (1935) • novelette by A. D. Avison
• 104 • The Child That Went with the Fairies • (1971) • short story by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu [as by J. Sheridan Le Fanu]
• 114 • The Menhir • (1934) • short story by N. Dennett
• 131 • A Jug of Syrup • (1893) • short story by Ambrose Bierce (variant of A Jug of Sirup)
• 139 • The Interrupted Honeymoon • (1934) • short story by George Benwood
• 147 • Footprints • (1912) • short story by A. M. Burrage
• 158 • The Other Bed • (1908) • short story by E. F. Benson
• 169 • The Stone Ship • (1914) • novelette by William Hope Hodgson
• 198 • The House with No Road • (1935) • short story by John Ashcroft Hopson
• 209 • A Vignette • (1936) • short story by M. R. James

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