"The Crooked Smile" is a short Weird Tale by the little-known author, Bryan Irvine. In the story, a man seeks retribution, with unfortunate consequences.
"House of the Griffin" is a short story by Will Garth, the 'house pseudonym’, used by numerous Strange Stories authors, including August Derleth, Edmond Hamilton, and Henry Kuttner, to name but a few. The story first appeared in Strange Stories in its October 1939 edition. “Forces of Terror Strike from, the Void to Be Stayed Only by Stronger Forces for Good!”
"The Seance" is a ghost story by the American author, Ronal Kayser. As the title suggests, the story, which first appeared in Weird Tales in April 1936, tells of an unusual seance conducted by a fake medium.
"The Haunted Dolls' House" is a short story by British author, M. R. James. The tale first appeared in the British magazine, Empire Review, in March of 1923, and tells of an individual who acquires a curiously low-priced antique dolls’ house, complete with a family of ‘ghostly’ figurines.
"The Brain-Eaters" is a short story by the American author, Frank Belknap Long. First published in the June 1932 edition of Weird Tales, the story tells of dead men who sat in a boat, and a weird horror from four-dimensional space…
"The Phantom Coach" is a classic ghost story by English author, Amelia B. Edwards (1831-1892). The tale tells of a young man who becomes lost on the moors during a snow storm. He seeks shelter with a strange and reclusive scientist, who tells him of a stage coach that might be able to take him home...
"The Hunters from Beyond" is a short story by Clark Ashton Smith. Highly reminiscent of Lovecraft’s Pickman’s Model, the tale first appeared in the October 1932 edition of STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR. “Living gargoyles, most hideous, come to the sculptor Sincaul from outland realms of evil.”
"A Night of Horror" is a short story by the British writer, Dick Donovan. The tale, which first appeared in Donovan’s 1899 collection, TALES OF TERROR, is a classic ghost story, set in a haunted castle in the remote hills of Wales.