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The Macabre Megapack

25 Lost Tales from the Golden Age

Editor Duane Parsons has assembled a treasure-trove of rare macabre stories for lovers of classic fantasy and horror. From ghosts of mind and spirit to exotic paranormal tales, each story in this volume has never before appeared in an anthology. Included are:

The Silent Man, by Henry Fothergill Chorley

The Strange Ormonds, by Leitch Ritchie

The Mysterious Wedding: A Danish Story, by Heinrich Steffans

The Burial by Fire, by Louisa Medina Hamblin

The Vampyre, by Elizabeth Ellet

The Sleepless Woman, by William Jerdan

A Peep At Death, by Peter Von Geist

Killcrop the Changeling, by Richard Thompson

Carl Bluven and the Strange Mariner, by Henry David Inglis

The Prediction, by George Henry Borrow

The Story of the Unfinished Picture, by Charles Hooten

Eule: The Emperor’s Dwarf, by John Rutter Chorley

The Green Huntsman, by Joseph Holt Ingraham

A Revelation of a Previous Life, by Nathaniel Parker Willis

Moods of the Mind: The Old Portrait, by Emma Embury

A Night on the Enchanted Mountain, by Charles Fenno Hoffman

The Living Apparition, by G.P.R. James

The Three Souls, by Alexander Chatrian and Emile Erckmann

The Death Watch, by Luise Muhlback

An Evening of Lucy Ashton’s, by Letitia Elizabeth Landon

The Haunted Homestead, by Henry William Herbert

The Withered Man, by William Leete Stone

La Malroche, by Louisa Stuart Costello

The Three Visits, by Auguste Vitu

Lieutenant Castenac, by Erckman-Chatrian

Torture by Hope, by Villiers de L’isle-Adams

The Black Cupid, by Lafcadio Hearn

The Bundle of Letters, by Moritz Jokai

Nissa, by Albert Delpit

The Dream, by John Galt

And don’t forget to search for “Megapack” in this ebook store for other volumes in the series, covering such subjects as ghost stories, vampire stories, science fiction, horror, adventure, and much, much more!

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