The Witches MEGAPACK® — New Ebook of Horror Stories for $.99!

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Table of Contents

  1. Thou Shalt Not Suffer, by Matt Neil Hill
  2. No Holds Bard, by Adrian Cole
  3. Laying The Hairy Book, by Josh Reynolds
  4. Here Is Where Your Proud Waves Halt, by Erica Ruppert
  5. Vicious Circles, by Paul Dale Anderson
  6. Assorted Shades of Red, by Franklyn Searight
  7. Strange Days in Old Yandrissa, by John R. Fultz
  8. Fertility Rites, by Glynn Owen Barrass
  9. The Witch’s Heart, by Rachel Bolton
  10. Hag Race, by Andre E. Harewood
  11. Best Friend Becky, by Wayne Faust
  12. The Rat in the Rabbit Cage, by Ashley Dioses
  13. Two Spells, by Neva Bryan
  14. Pulled Over, by Paul Spears
  15. The Witch of Skur, by L.F. Falconer
  16. Cat and Mouse, by Duane Pesice
  17. Last of the Ashiptu, by Paul Lubaczewski
  18. Firestorm, by Richard H. Durisen
  19. The Witch of Pender, by John Linwood Grant
  20. The Nora Witch, by Brandon Jimison
  21. The Broken Witch, by Scott Hutchison

*Also includes: poetry by Maurits Zwankhuizen, Lucy A. Snyder, David F. Daumit, S.L. Edwards, Lori R. Lopez, Frederick J. Mayer, K.A. Opperman, Clay F. Johnson, Vonnie Winslow Crist, Oliver Smith, and Darla Klein.

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Chamber of Horrors: Great Tales of Terror and the Supernatural, Table of Contents

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9 • Wood • (1976) • novelette by Robert Aickman
28 • The Bird • (1916) • short story by Thomas Burke
34 • A Thing About Machines • (1961) • short story by Rod Serling
51 • A Woman Seldom Found • (1956) • short story by William Sansom
54 • The Squaw • (1893) • short story by Bram Stoker
64 • The Cloth of Madness • (1920) • novelette by Seabury Quinn
83 • The Sea-Raiders • (1896) • short story by H. G. Wells
91 • The Dunwich Horror • [Cthulhu Mythos] • (1929) • novelette by H. P. Lovecraft
125 • Dad • (1976) • short story by John Blackburn
129 • The Cold Embrace • (1862) • short story by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [as by Miss Braddon]
137 • Royal Jelly • (1959) • novelette by Roald Dahl
158 • The Boarded Window • (1889) • short story by Ambrose Bierce
162 • Earth to Earth • (1955) • short story by Robert Graves
166 • A Warning to the Curious • (1925) • short story by M. R. James
179 • The Night of the Tiger • (1978) • short story by Stephen King
190 • The Interruption • (1925) • short story by W. W. Jacobs
200 • Back from the Grave • (1958) • short story by Robert Silverberg
210 • The Derelict • (1912) • novelette by William Hope Hodgson
230 • Vendetta • (1923) • short story by Guy de Maupassant (trans. of Une vendetta 1883)
234 • Edifice Complex • (1958) • short story by Robert Bloch
242 • The Red Lodge • (1928) • short story by H. Russell Wakefield
252 • Mary Postgate • (1915) • short story by Rudyard Kipling
264 • The Cradle Demon • (1978) • short story by R. Chetwynd-Hayes
270 • The Horror of Abbot’s Grange • (1936) • short story by Frederick Cowles
283 • Sredni Vashtar • (1911) • short story by Saki
287 • The Wall • (1976) • short story by Robert Haining
296 • An Account of Some Strange Disturbances in Aungier Street • (1853) • novelette by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu [as by J. Sheridan Le Fanu]
313 • The Whining • (1974) • short story by Ramsey Campbell
319 • Berenice • (1835) • short story by Edgar Allan Poe (variant of Berenice—A Tale)
326 • The Finless Death • (1921) • short story by R. E. Vernède
335 • And the Dead Spake • (1922) • short story by E. F. Benson (variant of “And the Dead Spake …”)

102 Classic Stories of Horror, TOC

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1.The Turn of the Screw by Henry James
2.Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson
3.The Shunned House by H. P. Lovecraft
4.The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe
5.Carmilla by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
6.Southern Horrors by Ida B. Wells-Barnett
7.The Monkey’s Paw by W. W. Jacobs
8.The Vampire by John William Polidori
9.The Great God Pan by Arthur Machen
10.The Damned Thing by Ambrose Bierce
11.The Cask of Amontillado by Edgar Allan Poe
12.The Wendigo by Algernon Blackwood
13.Dracula’s Guest by Bram Stoker
14.The Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allan Poe
15.Lair of the White Worm by Bram Stoker
16.Four Weird Tales by Algernon Blackwood
17.The Willows by Algernon Blackwood
18.The House of the Vampire by George Sylvester Viereck
19.The Parasite by Arthur Conan Doyle
20. A Thin Ghost and Others by M. R. James
21.Clarimonde by Théophile Gautier
22.The Book of Were-Wolves by S. Baring-Gould
23.The Mummy’s Foot by Théophile Gautier
24.The Mysterious Murder of Pearl Bryan by Unknown
25.The Evil Guest by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
26.The Ghost Ship by Richard Middleton
27.The Parenticide Club by Ambrose Bierce
28.Three More John Silence Stories by Algernon Blackwood
29.The Golgotha Dancers by Manly Wade Wellman
30. Each Man Kills by Victoria Glad
31.The Invaders by Benjamin Ferris
32.The Garden of Survival by Algernon Blackwood
33.The Haunted and the Haunters by Edward Bulwer Lytton
34.There is a Reaper … by Charles V. De Vet
35.The Room in the Dragon Volant by Le Fanu
36.The Monster by S. M. Tenneshaw
37.The Waif Woman by Robert Louis Stevenson
38.The Return Of The Soul by Robert Hichens
39.The White Feather Hex by Don Peterson
40. The Herriges Horror in Philadelphia by Anonymous
41.Ghost Stories of an Antiquary by M. R. James
42.By the Waters of Paradise by F. MARION CRAWFORD
43.The Shadows on the Wall by MARY E. WILKINS FREEMAN
44.The Corpus Delicti by MELVILLE D. POST
45.An Heiress from Redhorse by AMBROSE BIERCE
46.The Man and the Snake by AMBROSE BIERCE
47.The Oblong Box by EDGAR ALLAN POE
48.The Gold-Bug by EDGAR ALLAN POE
49.Wolfert Webber, or Golden Dreams by WASHINGTON IRVING
50.Adventure of the Black Fisherman by WASHINGTON IRVING
51.Wieland’s Madness by CHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
52.The Golden Ingot by FITZJAMES O’BRIEN
53.My Wife’s Tempter by FITZJAMES O’BRIEN
54.The Minister’s Black Veil NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE
55.Horror: A True Tale by Anonymous
56.The Unknown Quantity by Anonymous
57.The Armless Manby Anonymous
58.The Tomtom Clue by Anonymous
59.The Case of Sir Alister Moeran by Anonymous
60.The Kiss by Anonymous
61.The Goth by Anonymous
62.The Last Ascent by Anonymous
63.The Terror by Night by Anonymous
64.The Tragedy at the “Loup Noir” by Anonymous
65.THE PHANTOM ‘RICKSHAW by R. Kipling
66.MY OWN TRUE GHOST STORY
67.THE STRANGE RIDE OF MORROWBIE JUKES
68.THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING
69.”THE FINEST STORY IN THE WORLD”
70. THE EMPTY HOUSE by Algernon Blackwood
71.A HAUNTED ISLAND
72.A CASE OF EAVESDROPPING
73.KEEPING HIS PROMISE
74.WITH INTENT TO STEAL
75.THE WOOD OF THE DEAD
76.SMITH: AN EPISODE IN A LODGING-HOUSE
77.A SUSPICIOUS GIFT
78.THE STRANGE ADVENTURES OF A PRIVATE SECRETARY IN NEW YORK
79.SKELETON LAKE: AN EPISODE IN CAMP
80. THE BOLTED DOOR By Edith Wharton
81.HIS FATHER’S SON
82.THE DAUNT DIANA
83.THE DEBT
84.FULL CIRCLE
85.THE LEGEND
86.THE EYES
87.THE BLOND BEAST
88.AFTERWARD
89.THE LETTERS
90. FILMER by H. G. Wells
91.THE MAGIC SHOP
92.THE VALLEY OF SPIDERS
93.THE TRUTH ABOUT PYECRAFT
94.MR. SKELMERSDALE IN FAIRYLAND
95.THE STORY OF THE INEXPERIENCED GHOST
96.JIMMY GOGGLES THE GOD
97.THE NEW ACCELERATOR
98.MR. LEDBETTER’S VACATION
99.THE STOLEN BODY
100.MR. BRISHER’S TREASURE
101.MISS WINCHELSEA’S HEART
102.A DREAM OF ARMAGEDDON

Why You Should Pray at Night…

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Black Masses occur at night because fewer people are praying during those hours, and prayers disrupt these rituals. Therefore, we ought to pray at night more in order to prevent these atrocious rites wherein the Eucharist is profaned on a nude woman who serves as the “altar” and is raped at the end of the Black Mass. It is even more imperative to pray on the nights of Satanic feasts (the nights comprising October 31/November 1, February 1/2, April 30/May 1).  (generationexorcistblog)

Vintage Horror: the Penguin Supernatural Omnibus, ed. Montague Summers, 1984

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7 • Introduction (The Supernatural Omnibus) • (1931) • essay by Montague Summers
35 • Narrative of the Ghost of a Hand (excerpt from The House by the Churchyard) • (1931) • short fiction by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu (variant of The Ghost of a Hand 1863) [as by J. Sheridan de Fanu]
42 • An Account of Some Strange Disturbances in Aungier Street • (1853) • novelette by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu [as by J. Sheridan Le Fanu]
60 • Man-Size in Marble • (1887) • short story by E. Nesbit
72 • The Judge’s House • (1891) • short story by Bram Stoker
88 • Thurnley Abbey • (1907) • short story by Perceval Landon
101 • The Story of the Spaniards, Hammersmith • [Flaxman Low] • (1916) • short story by Kate Prichard and Hesketh Prichard [as by E. Heron and H. Heron]
113 • The Phantom Coach • (1864) • short story by Amelia B. Edwards
125 • Brickett Bottom • (1921) • short story by Amyas Northcote
134 • The Cold Embrace • (1862) • short story by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [as by Miss Braddon]
142 • How the Third Floor Knew the Potteries • (1863) • short story by Amelia B. Edwards
154 • Not to Be Taken at Bed-Time • (1865) • short story by Rosa Mulholland
166 • To Be Taken with a Grain of Salt • (1865) • short story by Charles Dickens
176 • The Signal-Man • (1866) • short story by Charles Dickens (variant of The Signalman)
187 • The Compensation House • (1866) • novelette by Charles Allston Collins [as by Charles Collins]
201 • The Engineer • (1866) • novelette by Amelia B. Edwards (variant of No 5 Branch Line. The Engineer)
217 • When I was Dead • (1896) • short story by Vincent O’Sullivan
221 • The Story of Yand Manor House • [Flaxman Low] • (1916) • short story by Hesketh Prichard and Kate Prichard [as by E. Heron and H. Heron]
233 • The Business of Madame Jahn • (1896) • short story by Vincent O’Sullivan
240 • Amour Dure • (1887) • novelette by Vernon Lee
268 • Oke of Okehurst • (1890) • novella by Vernon Lee (variant of A Phantom Lover 1886)
310 • Eveline’s Visitant • (1867) • short story by Mary Elizabeth Braddon [as by Miss Braddon]
319 • John Charrington’s Wedding • (1891) • short story by E. Nesbit
326 • De Profundis • (1923) • short story by Roger Pater
338 • The Dream Woman • (1930) • novelette by Wilkie Collins (variant of The Dream-Woman 1874)
361 • Singular Passage in the Life of the Late Henry Harris, Doctor in Divinity • [The Ingoldsby Legends] • (1931) • novelette by Richard Harris Barham (variant of Singular Passage in the Life of the Late Henry Harris 1831) [as by Richard Barham]
378 • The Spirit of Stonehenge • (1930) • short story by Rosalie Muspratt [as by Jasper John]
382 • The Seeker of Souls • (1930) • short story by Rosalie Muspratt [as by Jasper John]
390 • The Astrologer’s Legacy • (1914) • short story by Roger Pater
400 • My Brother’s Ghost Story • (1860) • short story by Amelia B. Edwards
411 • Sir Dominick’s Bargain • (1872) • short story by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu [as by J. Sheridan Le Fanu]
424 • The Bargain of Rupert Orange • (1896) • novelette by Vincent O’Sullivan
441 • Carmilla • [Martin Hesselius] • (1872) • novella by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu [as by J. Sheridan Le Fanu]
503 • The White Wolf of the Hartz Mountains • (1839) • short story by Frederick Marryat (variant of The Werewolf (excerpt: chapter 39 of The Phantom Ship))
521 • A Porta Inferi • (1923) • short story by Roger Pater
532 • Jerry Jarvis’s Wig • [The Ingoldsby Legends] • (1931) • short story by Richard Harris Barham [as by Richard Barham]
547 • The Watcher of the Dead • (1929) • short story by John Guinan (variant of The Watcher o’ the Dead)
557 • The Story of Konnor Old House • [Flaxman Low] • (1931) • short story by Hesketh Prichard and Kate Prichard [as by E. Heron and H. Heron]
569 • Toussel’s Pale Bride • (1931) • short story by William B. Seabrook [as by W. B. Seabrook]

Witchy Stories: Tales of Witchcraft, 1991 (ed. Richard Dalby)—TOC

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• vii • Foreword (Tales of Witchcraft) • (1991) • essay by Richard Dalby
• 1 • The Peace of Mowsle Barton • (1911) • short story by Saki
• 8 • The Fenstanton Witch • (1990) • short fiction by M. R. James
• 18 • Unburied Bane • (1933) • short story by N. Dennett
• 33 • The Toad Witch • (1991) • short story by Jessica Amanda Salmonson
• 41 • Carven of Onyx • (1991) • novelette by Ron Weighell
• 62 • Furze Hollow • (1923) • short story by A. M. Burrage
• 78 • Miss Cornelius • (1928) • short story by William Fryer Harvey [as by William F. Harvey]
• 95 • One Remained Behind • (1936) • novelette by Marjorie Bowen
• 115 • Catnip • (1948) • short story by Robert Bloch
• 127 • The Yew Tree • (1958) • short story by Shamus Frazer
• 137 • Gramma • (1984) • novelette by Stephen King
• 165 • The Hollow of the Three Hills • (1830) • short story by Nathaniel Hawthorne
• 170 • The Taking • (1987) • short story by Roger Johnson
• 185 • The Day of the Underdog • (1977) • short story by R. Chetwynd-Hayes
• 203 • The Executor • [Father O’Connor] • (1982) • short story by David G. Rowlands
• 219 • Gavon’s Eve • (1906) • short story by E. F. Benson
• 229 • The Witch’s Cat • (1939) • short story by Manly Wade Wellman