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The Lost Securities
A lady dreamed that she was sitting at a window, watchi...

The Other Lodgers
"In order to take that train," said Colonel Leverin...

Group Ii
We now come to some stories of apparitions seen some ti...

The Ghost At Garpsdal
In Autumn, 1807, there was a disturbance by night in th...

Mystery Of The Coins
Dr. Funk was especially anxious to have an opportunity ...

The Dying Mother {101}
"Mary, the wife of John Goffe of Rochester, being affli...

Elevation Cottage Design I
This cottage is 10 feet high, from the sill to the plat...

The Signal-man
"Halloa! Below there!" When he heard a voice ...

Lord Strafford's Warning
In the Rev. John Mastin's _History of Naseby_ is c...

The Iron Chest Of Durley
Mr _John Bourne_, for his Skill, Care and Honesty,...





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 ...