The writers whose shoulders modern writers of horror and the macabre stand upon, showed no fear in creating and sharing delightfully wicked, chilling, disturbing and thought-proviking tales.
These ten tension-filled, atmospheric tales of horror by such masters as Edgar Allan Poe, W.W. Jacobs, Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, H.P. Lovecraft and more are certain to send chills down your spine.
The stories are selected and introduced with annotative notes by Mark Leslie, a writer of horror and speculative fiction as well as a series of non-fiction explorations of the paranormal.
Introduction by Mark Leslie
The Red Room: H.G. Wells
The Black Cat: Edgar Allan Poe
The Boarded Window: Ambrose Bierce
The Most Dangerous Game: Richard Connell
Was It a Dream?: Guy de Maupassant
The Screaming Skull: F. Marion Crawford
The Monkey's Paw: W.W. Jacobs
The Rats in the Walls: H.P. Lovecraft
The Signal-Man: Charles Dickens
A Ghost Story: Mark Twain
Author's Notes: Continually Inspired by the Masters
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