Ghosts: A Treasury of Chilling Tales Old & New

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Marvin KayeSaralee KayeIntroduction Ghosts Marvin KayeA Prologue of Last Words Marvin KayeMinuke 1949 Nigel KnealeThe Wind in the Rose Bush 1902 Mary E Wilkins FreemanLegal Rites 1950 Isaac Asimov and Frederik PohlSmee 1929 A.M Burrage as by Ex Private X Thurlow s Christmas Story 1894 John Kendrick BangsThe Ghost, the Gallant, the GaMarvin KayeSaralee KayeIntroduction Ghosts Marvin KayeA Prologue of Last Words Marvin KayeMinuke 1949 Nigel KnealeThe Wind in the Rose Bush 1902 Mary E Wilkins FreemanLegal Rites 1950 Isaac Asimov and Frederik PohlSmee 1929 A.M Burrage as by Ex Private X Thurlow s Christmas Story 1894 John Kendrick BangsThe Ghost, the Gallant, the Gael and the Goblin 1868 W.S GilbertA Quartet of Strange Things 1971 Bernhardt J HurwoodThe Lady of Finnigan s Hearth 1977 Parke GodwinThe Phantom Hag Guy de MaupassantThe Ghost of the Capuchins Eug ne MontfortWho Rides With Santa Anna 1959 Edward D HochJane Barbara GallowThe Tale of the German Student aka The Adventure of the German Student 1824 Washington IrvingThe Hounds of Hell John MasefieldDoorslammer 1963 Donald A WollheimThe Ensouled Violin 1892 Helena P BlavatskyThe Monk of Horror 1796 AnonymousMr Justice Harbottle 1872 Joseph Sheridan Le FanuThe Flying Dutchman TraditionalThe Parlor Car Ghost AnonymousThe Red Room 1896 H.G WellsA Gathering of Ghosts Craig Shaw GardnerThe Woman s Ghost Story 1907 Algernon BlackwoodMiss Jeromette and the Clergyman 1887 Wilkie CollinsThe Phantom Woman AnonymousThe Spectre Bride AnonymousThe Midnight Embrace 1973 Matthew Gregory LewisThe Philosophy of Relative Existences 1892 Frank R Stockton21 Main Street No Z.Z JerommFour Ghosts in Hamlet 1965 Fritz LeiberThe Ghost of Sailboat Fred Saralee TerryThe Fisherman s Story Faith Lancereau and Anatole Le BrazThe Old Mansion AnonymousThe Haunting of Y 12 Al SarrantonioThe Ghostly Rental 1876 Henry JamesUntitled Ghost Story Prologue to Automata 1814 E.T.A HoffmannThe Doll s Ghost 1911 F Marion CrawfordStaley Fleming s Hallucination 1906 Ambrose BierceThe Dead Woman s Photograph AnonymousThe Castle of the King 1881 Bram StokerThe Canterville Ghost 1887 Oscar WildeBlind Man s Buff 1929 H Russell WakefieldA Suffolk Miracle TraditionalFather Stein s Tale R.H BensonThe Old Nurse s Story 1852 Elizabeth GaskellMoney Talks Dick BaldwinThe Ghost of the Count AnonymousThe Body Snatcher 1884 Robert Louis Stevenson The Penhale Broadcast 1947 Jack SnowThe Last Traveler 1965 Jean RayPhantom Regiment 1847 James GrantThe Tale of the Bagman s Uncle aka The Bagman s Story 1837 Charles DickensThe North Mail 1864 Amelia B EdwardsHow Fear Departed from the Long Gallery 1911 E.F BensonRalph Marvin Kaye

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One thought on “Ghosts: A Treasury of Chilling Tales Old & New

  1. Edwina Callan

    A collection of ghostly tales that I've slowly savored on these cold Winter nights.I'm left wondering if King read "How Fear Departed From the Long Gallery" and if that was his inspiration for "The Twins" in his book "The Shining."Hmmm something to ponder upon.

  2. Sheri Pond

    Found this randomly (but almost like I was being drawn to it) on a shelf in Borders (before they sadly closed their doors)--and had to have it. It looks like an antique, and someday I imagine it will be old enough and book collectors will consider this book, and this particular edition, very antique. I loved this book. I read it during a rough time in my life and it was very much an escape. I would read it by candlelight every night until I turned the last page out of over 600. The Appendices ar [...]

  3. Diana Pauksta

    this is an anthology of ghost stories from all over the world, from the late 1700s to the present day. the title is misleading, however. some are creepier than others, some are comical, some are love stories, etc. some are not scary at all. but it's a nice book to pick up if you're in the mood for it.

  4. Sharon Barrow Wilfong

    This was a fair mix of very good and mediocre ghost stories. The best I already had in more eclectic anthologies. The problem, I think for me, was the Editor, Marvin Kaye, is a science fiction, fantasy writer so half of the stories he included were written by authors of that genre and, if I may say so without offending, these writers are not of the same caliber of authors of classic literature. Although I must concede that a couple of the sci fi ones were pretty good. The Haunting of Y-12 by Al [...]

  5. Michelle *The Bookish Hobbit*

    I read about 3/4 of this book (I did skip over The Canterville Ghost; I want to read it, but I'm not in the right mindset for the attention it deserves at the moment [FYI: I stopped reading at a story or two after The Canterville Ghost, so you'll know where I stopped and what I missed if you pick this book up]) and I'm giving up so close to the finish. This book calls itself A Treasury of Chilling Tales, but this is simply a collection of ghost stories, period. Very few of them are actually what [...]

  6. Willow Redd

    This book is a compilation of some fine ghost tales from various times and places. Put together by Marvin Kaye, this book features stories from some of the greats like Charles Dickens and Oscar Wilde, some traditional tales, and some great anonymous stories.Kaye includes a tale of his own in the mix, but rightly puts it in the appendix instead of within the main text, not wanting to give the wrong impression. There is also a list of haunted locations, a bibliography for further reading, and a pi [...]

  7. Nick Rivard

    This is a surprisingly strong collection of ghost stories. They avoid much of the tired tropes of ghost stories and are incredibly varied and unique, never repeating themselves. My only two complaints of the book are that it is slightly too long and there is not enough world view. There are many stories that take place in different parts of the world but they are told, typically, by an Englishman who has traveled there and is giving his perspective. Rather than a story which is original to the r [...]

  8. Rodney

    I first read this when I was about 11 years old and absolutely loved it. I decided to dig it out and reread it. The quality is wildly variable, but as a general rule the late-19th/early-20th c. stories are pretty good, some of them quite good, and the contemporary ones range from kind of awful to outright embarrassingly awful. There are also some "true" accounts, anduhah. I see why they're all anonymous. Mixed bag, but that's what I expected. Worth spending a couple bucks on for the good stories [...]

  9. Janith Pathirage

    This's a really good anthology. A collection of 40 ghost stories Unfortunately, most of the stories are not frightening at all. But there are some real gems in this collection like 'Smee' , 'How Fear Departed from the Long Gallery' and 'Legal Rites', coming from some of the best players in the business. Good job Marvin Kaye !

  10. Roger

    a book i picked up a couple of years ago in Fall, from a book sale at the Palatine IL librarymy copy has some damage to the front inside binding and the page that had the barcode and card-slot was torn out at the time of purchase

  11. Alli

    Not all the stories in this collection are scary. Heck, not all of them are good! But if you are interested in the ghost story as a genre, this is a wonderfully varied collection that has everything from modern ghost romances to ghost epic poetry.

  12. Fred

    Ghosts, but mostly not scary ghosts, and as far as the "Old and New" part goes, it was mostly pretty old. I'd say 90% of the authors were born in the 1800's, and in this collection are a lot of obscure works by very well known writers.

  13. Joseph Ozias

    Some of these stories are scary, and some are boring, but this collection on a whole is necessary for a hardcore ghost story fan.

  14. Amy Talluto

    In spite of one of the stories in this book being gloriously titled: "The Glowing Maggot of Doom," the stories were generally rarely captivating or scary.

  15. Albie

    Ghosts: A Treasury of Chilling Tales Old and New (Contemporary Bonded Leather Fibers Series) by Marvin Kaye (1993)

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