Village of the Dead - Edward D. Hoch
The investigators came from everywhere to find out why the entire
population of a little town had 'self-precipitated' (jumped over a
cliff to their deaths).
House of the Hatchet - Robert Bloch
The house was alleged to be evil, and its history certainly was
convincing, except for the fact that it was all a lie waiting for a new
truth to fill its needs.
The Off-Season - Gerald W. Page
The visitors were abnormal, and one certainly sensed that a crime was
going to be committed before the two weeks rental had expired.
The Tell-Tale Heart - Edgar Allan Poe
The confession of a madman who didn't like the old man's eye, which
reminded him of a vulture, with one pale blue eye. Having killed him,
his guilt took over.
The Lurking Fear - H.P. Lovecraft
It inhabited the deserted mansion, a half-glimpsed fiend, which was
followed by a massacred village whose corpses were horribly mangled.
The Awful Injustice - S.B.H. Hurst
A man is haunted by the belief that he has committed an injustice -- he
just can't remember who, what, when, where or why.
Ferguson's Capsules - August Derleth
The doctor had a good record -- he was no quack. But he was reluctant
to prescribe his reducing pills, since they were still in the
experimental stage, and they tended to make the patient smaller in more
than just girth.
The Mansion of Unholy Magic - Seabury Quinn
There was something queer about the Putnam House, something they didn't
like, without actually knowing what it was. Soon they were to
participate in a rite with coffins and bright blue flames. The fleet
human-like thing that chased their car through the woods before vanishing
abruptly should have given them sufficient foreboding as to what they
had gotten themselves in for.