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Some Famous Ghosts Of The National Capitol
(Philadelphia _Press_, Oct. 2, 1898) The Capitol at ...

A Short Chapter On Taste
The compound words, or terms good-taste and bad-taste h...

Gisli Olafsson
Notwithstanding this declaration, the troubles at G...

Farm Barn Design Ii
Here is presented the design of a barn built by ourself...

The Dead Man And Anatomical Professor
Many, who were personally acquainted with Mr. Junker,...

Clarimonde
THEOPHILE GAUTIER Brother, you ask me if I have ev...

The Floating Wonder Or Female Spectre
The bridge over the river Usk, near Caerleon, in Wale...

Ticonderoga"
Inverawe rose before dawn and went straight to the cave...

Outside Color
We are not among those who cast off, and on a sudden co...

The Slaying Of Sergeant Davies
We now examine a ghost with a purpose; he wanted to hav...





WILLIAM HUNT




Drake's Drum
Sir Francis Drake--who appears to have been especially befriended by his demon--is said to drive at night a black hearse drawn by headless horses, and urged on by running devils and yelping, headless dogs, thr...

The Spectre Bridegroom
Long, long ago a farmer named Lenine lived in Boscean. He had but one son, Frank Lenine, who was indulged into waywardness by both his parents. In addition to the farm servants, there was one, a young girl, Na...

Sarah Polgrain
A woman, who had lived in Ludgvan, was executed at Bodmin for the murder of her husband. There was but little doubt that she had been urged on to the diabolical deed by a horse-dealer, known as Yorkshire Jack, ...