A Sense of Crawling - Robert Edmond Alter
Under attack, a man can exceed the bounds of his own self-defined
The Laughing Duke - Wallace West
It sometimes takes the spirit of an avenger to impel the living to
heroic stature; though the spirit often is hard pressed to acquire an
appropriate vessel for deeds of daring.
Dermod's Bane - Robert E. Howard
When meagre men are hunted and tricked by evil spirits of the dead,
there is an equal and opposite force of protection -- you just have to
believe that you are not alone.
The Spell of the Sword - Frank Aubrey
If you have an inclination to run amok and kill randomly, a weapon with
a death's head skull with emerald eyes could be appropriate.
"Williamson" - Henry S. Whitehead
Never underestimate the power of a man of dubious heritage.
The Curse of Amen-Ra - Victor Rousseau
In the days when mummies were the rage, the risk of suffering the
effects of a curse reminded one that we are all mortal, especially when
the ancient sleepers start getting up and walking around, given half the
chance, driven by the desire to find their ancient soul-mates.