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The Corpse The Blood-drinker
Night was slowly falling in the narrow valley. On the...

The Mignonette
Mrs. Herbert returned with her husband from London to t...

The Red Lamp
Mr. Cooper says: "A fortnight before the death of the ...

The Devils Of Loudun
Loudun is a small town in France about midway between...

Glamis Castle
Of all the hauntings in Scotland, none has gained suc...

The Spectre Bridegroom
Long, long ago a farmer named Lenine lived in Bosc...

Mr Beecher Appeased
"When what seemed to be Mr. Beecher's embodied spirit a...

The Wraith Of The Czarina
"In the exercise of his duties as one of the pages-in-w...

The Black Dog And The Thumbless Hand
[Some years ago I published in a volume of tales called...

Farm Barn 2 Barn Attachments
It may be expected, perhaps, that in treating so fully ...





HENDERSON'S "Folk Lore"




The Hand Of Glory
One evening, between the years 1790 and 1800, a traveller, dressed in woman's clothes, arrived at the Old Spital Inn, the place where the mail coach changed horses, in High Spital, on Bowes Moor. The traveller ...