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"The Blood Drips: An Unsolved Mystery" is a short horror story by British writer, Dick Donovan (aka James Edward Preston Muddock). The story first appeared in Donovan’s 1889 collection, Stories, Weird and Wonderful, and tells of an old, dilapidated house, haunted by something terrible and mysterious.…
 
"Clutching Hands of Death" is a short story by the prolific Weird Tales author, Harold Ward. As described in the March 1935 edition of WT: “A tale of terror—of a weird surgical operation performed in France—and a ghastly horror that stalked by night…”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Floor Above" is a short story by the one-time Weird Tales author, M. Humphreys. Having first appeared in the May 1923 edition of the magazine, the story tells, through a series of diary entries, of a man's troubling stay with an old friend.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"Old Bugs" is a short story by American horror fiction writer H. P. Lovecraft, probably written shortly before July 1919. It was first published in the Arkham House book The Shuttered Room and Other Pieces (1959).โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Look" is a short story by the French writer, Maurice Level. The story, which first appeared in the French publication, Le Journal, in 1906, tells of a dreadful deed committed by a man and his wife…โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Coat" is a short story by English civil servant, A. E. D. Smith. The tale appeared in Famous Fantastic Mysteries in December 1952, and tells of a curious item of clothing encountered in an old chateau.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Voice in the Dawn" (also known as "The Call in the Dawn") is a Sargasso Sea story by the British writer, William Hope Hodgson, first published in The Premier Magazine, November 1920. A strange voice greets the crew at dawn... but from where does it originate?โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Theater Upstairs" is a short story by Manly Wade Wellman. The work was first published in the December 1936 edition of Weird Tales, and was described as follows: “A weird and uncanny story about a motion-picture show, in which dead actors and actresses flickered across the silver screen…”โดย HorrorBabble
 
Join podcaster, Diane Woodrow, in conversation with the renowned Paranormal Investigator, Peter Van Melsen, as the pair discuss a strange case the latter was involved with, known as the Hammerton Horror. Over 6 episodes, you’ll hear the recording of Woodrow’s podcast in the quiet setting of Rosedale Chapel, interspersed with dramatic cutaways, desi…
 
Join podcaster, Diane Woodrow, in conversation with the renowned Paranormal Investigator, Peter Van Melsen, as the pair discuss a strange case the latter was involved with, known as the Hammerton Horror. Over 6 episodes, you’ll hear the recording of Woodrow’s podcast in the quiet setting of Rosedale Chapel, interspersed with dramatic cutaways, desi…
 
Join podcaster, Diane Woodrow, in conversation with the renowned Paranormal Investigator, Peter Van Melsen, as the pair discuss a strange case the latter was involved with, known as the Hammerton Horror. Over 6 episodes, you’ll hear the recording of Woodrow’s podcast in the quiet setting of Rosedale Chapel, interspersed with dramatic cutaways, desi…
 
Join podcaster, Diane Woodrow, in conversation with the renowned Paranormal Investigator, Peter Van Melsen, as the pair discuss a strange case the latter was involved with, known as the Hammerton Horror. Over 6 episodes, you’ll hear the recording of Woodrow’s podcast in the quiet setting of Rosedale Chapel, interspersed with dramatic cutaways, desi…
 
Join podcaster, Diane Woodrow, in conversation with the renowned Paranormal Investigator, Peter Van Melsen, as the pair discuss a strange case the latter was involved with, known as the Hammerton Horror. Over 6 episodes, you’ll hear the recording of Woodrow’s podcast in the quiet setting of Rosedale Chapel, interspersed with dramatic cutaways, desi…
 
Join podcaster, Diane Woodrow, in conversation with the renowned Paranormal Investigator, Peter Van Melsen, as the pair discuss a strange case the latter was involved with, known as the Hammerton Horror. Over 6 episodes, you’ll hear the recording of Woodrow’s podcast in the quiet setting of Rosedale Chapel, interspersed with dramatic cutaways, desi…
 
"House of the Griffin" is a short story by Will Garth, the 'house pseudonym’, used by numerous Strange Stories authors, including August Derleth, Edmond Hamilton, and Henry Kuttner, to name but a few. The story first appeared in Strange Stories in its October 1939 edition. “Forces of Terror Strike from, the Void to Be Stayed Only by Stronger Forces…
 
"The Seance" is a ghost story by the American author, Ronal Kayser. As the title suggests, the story, which first appeared in Weird Tales in April 1936, tells of an unusual seance conducted by a fake medium.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Haunted Dolls' House" is a short story by British author, M. R. James. The tale first appeared in the British magazine, Empire Review, in March of 1923, and tells of an individual who acquires a curiously low-priced antique dolls’ house, complete with a family of ‘ghostly’ figurines.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Brain-Eaters" is a short story by the American author, Frank Belknap Long. First published in the June 1932 edition of Weird Tales, the story tells of dead men who sat in a boat, and a weird horror from four-dimensional space…โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Phantom Coach" is a classic ghost story by English author, Amelia B. Edwards (1831-1892). The tale tells of a young man who becomes lost on the moors during a snow storm. He seeks shelter with a strange and reclusive scientist, who tells him of a stage coach that might be able to take him home...…
 
"The Hunters from Beyond" is a short story by Clark Ashton Smith. Highly reminiscent of Lovecraft’s Pickman’s Model, the tale first appeared in the October 1932 edition of STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR. “Living gargoyles, most hideous, come to the sculptor Sincaul from outland realms of evil.”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Green Meadow" is a short story by H. P. Lovecraft and Winifred V. Jackson. The tale, which first appeared in The Vagrant in 1927, tells of a small notebook discovered within a meteorite in Maine.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"A Night of Horror" is a short story by the British writer, Dick Donovan. The tale, which first appeared in Donovan’s 1899 collection, TALES OF TERROR, is a classic ghost story, set in a haunted castle in the remote hills of Wales.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The House of the Golden Eyes" is a short story by the little-known author, Theda Kenyon, first published in the September 1930 edition of Weird Tales. “There was something bloated, parboiled to a dull red, sliding toward him…”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"Return to the Sabbath" is a short story by Robert Bloch. The work, which first appeared in Weird Tales in its July 1938 edition (and published under the pseudonym, Tarleton Fiske), is a tale of Hollywood, and something gruesome that emerged from a burial crypt.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Destroying Horde" is a short horror story by the American author, Donald Wandrei. Described as "a tale of giant one-celled organisms spawned in a chemist’s laboratory, and an orgy of hideous death", the story was originally published in the June 1935 edition of Weird Tales.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Marmot" is a short story by the American author, Allison V. Harding. The work was first published in the March 1944 edition of Weird Tales Magazine, and was described as follows: "Such a harmless looking tiny creature—but animals possess strange abilities beyond our ken!”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Fearsome Touch of Death" is a short story by Robert E. Howard. In the story, first published in the February 1930 edition of Weird Tales Magazine, a man spends a night alone with a corpse.โดย HorrorBabble
 
Written by American writer, Thomas Kent West, The Rose-Colored Glasses is the tale of a mysterious pair of glasses, the wearing of which affects one's perception in a most curious manner...โดย HorrorBabble
 
"A Question of Identity" is a short story by Robert Bloch (writing as Tarleton Fiske). The story, which tells of a man's quest to recall an uncertain past, first appeared in the April 1939 edition of Strange Stories -- "No pang of hunger nor torment of thirst can stifle the questions of who, where and what!"…
 
"The Shadow on the Moor" by Stuart Strauss first appeared in Weird Tales in February 1928. The magazine described the tale as: "A creepy tale of the pre-Druidistic ruins of England—out on the moor were dancing, and strange wild music, and death.”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"In the Vault" is a short story by American horror fiction writer H. P. Lovecraft, written on September 18, 1925 and first published in the November 1925 issue of the amateur press journal Tryout.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Night They Crashed the Party" is a short story by American author, Robert Bloch, first published by Weird Tales Magazine in 1951. The story tells of a party, in which the guests, expecting to watch a televised wrestling match, are subjected to an unsettling and impromptu live broadcast.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"In the World's Dusk" is a short story by Edmond Hamilton. The story first surfaced in the March 1936 edition of Weird Tales magazine, and was described as follows: “A gripping tale of the last survivor of the human race and his attempts to repopulate the world…”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"What Is It?" is a work of flash fiction by the one-time Weird Tales author, Charles M. Morris. The story first appeared in the magazine in its January 1933 edition, and was described as follows: “Retribution, swift and terrible, struck the man who had committed the sin of Cain…”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Man Who Chained the Lightning" is a short story by the American author, Paul Ernst. It is the second story in Ernst's DOCTOR SATAN series (Weird Tales, September 1935).โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Seeds from Outside" is a short story by Edmond Hamilton. First published in Weird Tales in March 1937, the magazine described the story as follows: “A strange and curious weird-scientific fantasy about two beings that came to earth in a meteor.”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Way Home" is a short story by the obscure author, Paul Frederick Stern. In the author’s only published work, we learn of a man suffering from amnesia, wandering a city street after dark, soaked to the skin, searching for answers… First published in Weird Tales, November 1935.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Malignant Invader" is a short story by Frank Belknap Long. Lovecraftian in flavour, the story tells of a horrifying encounter with a strange creature from the bowels of the earth. First published in the January 1932 edition of Weird Tales.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Bed of Shadows" is a short story by the little-known author, Fred R. Farrow, Jr. Having debuted in the May 1929 edition of Weird Tales, the story asks: What lurked above the man in the bed?โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Hollow Moon" is a work of horror/sci-fi by the great Everil Worrell. First appearing in Weird Tales in May 1939, it was given the following synopsis: “A fascinating tale of a lunar vampire and strange icebergs in the Pacific Ocean.”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"Man in a Hurry" is a classic Weird Tale by Alan Nelson, having first appeared in the magazine in its May 1944 edition. "For 20 years the pudgy little man was always hurrying, as though to some appointment for which he was already late…"โดย HorrorBabble
 
The Impossible Adventure" is a short story by H. T. W. Bousfield. The work first appeared in Weird Tales in November 1940, and concerns a set of curious notes retrieved following the death of a man's uncle.โดย HorrorBabble
 
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