We are presenting for your late night enjoyment a selection of some of the finest classic stories of horror and mystery. Turn the lights down low - listen to the rain as it slaps across your window, the wind blowing with a grim determination. The trees creak, leaves rustle...
The Body Snatcher by Robert Louis Stevenson: Interested in a little Scottish terror? Here is a chiller from one of the finest writers who ever lifted pen to paper.
Rats In The Walls by H.P. Lovecraft: It's only the sound of tree branches scratching against your wall - isn't it?
The Pit and the Pendulum by Edgar Allan Poe: "Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition!"
An Occurence at Owl Creek Bridge by Ambrose Bierce: Want a second chance at life? Who doesn't.
The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar by Edgar Allen Poe: When is being dead not dead? Do you really want to know?
The Monkey's Paw by W.W. Jacobs: Ever dream of having three wishes? After reading this, you might just think again.
The Phantom Rickshaw by Rudyard Kipling: A unique and haunted tale from British India.
Dracula's Guest by Bram Stoker : The long-ago excised first chapter of "Dracula".
The Fall of the House of Usher by Edgar Allan Poe : Another classic by the master.
The Damned Thing by Ambrose Bierce: Think your eyes can see everything?
The Tomb by H. P. Lovecraft: What beckons us to our fate?
Rappaccini's Daughter by Nathanial Hawthorne: A rose by any other name...could take your life away.
Carmilla by J. Sheridan LeFanu : The greatest of the Victorian Vampire stories.
Masque of the Red Death by Edgar Allen Poe : Careful who you let in to your party in the middle of the night.
The Voice In The Night by William Hope Hodgson : You know the old saying, "You are what you eat?" Well, let's hope not!
The MoonLit Road by Ambrose Bierce : Going for a walk alone in the moonlight? I'd think again if I were you.
An Inhabitant of Carcosa by Ambrose Bierce : "Some lost civilizations are not quite lost."
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