The Inn of Terror - Gaston Leroux
The Swiss mountain inn of Blood had a reputation for its former murderous
owners. So now the tourists came by rented coach, each set of pairs
choosing rooms, to stay the night, including in the room of the murdered
travelers. The new owners had attempted to recreate the scenes of
earlier carnage, and had done so quite convincingly.
The Other - Robert A. W. Lowndes
It might be a good idea to pay heed to premonitions, especially if they are
horribly mangled, burnt or water-logged versions of yourself.
The Door of Doom - Hugh B. Cave
He was warned to avoid the mansion in the moors, but he arrived to be met
by the curious, and oftentimes fiendish, Asian servant, as well as his
assembled friends, eventually to encounter incidents with phantom
inhabitants who guarded the secret of the Iron Door.
A Matter of Breeding - Ralph E. Hayes
The hunter stumbled into a cabin, and after giving up his gun to a
strange and menacing old man, he wished he hadn't for soon he found that
the old man, who often heard voices, had a deformed daughter, and he, the
guest was the prize for the evening. But there were rules and when Sarah
arrived, the hunter was at least given a fair headstart.
Esmerelda - Rama Wells
The club liked spiders and beer; it was only when one of them
experimented with voodoo dolls and Esmerelda, the spider, that events
proved ludicrous, chaotic, and disastrous.
The Trial For Murder - Charles Collins & Charles Dickens
The jury, of twelve, often seemed to be thirteen. To the Foreman, a
dead man often beckoned, and was much in attendance during the trial and up
to the final verdict.
The Blood-Flower - Seabury Quinn
It had started with a late night dog howling, and she, the patient in bed,
responded in kind, greatly upsetting those around her. This was a job for
a Doctor, experienced in such matters, and equally experienced in French
interjections ('Parbleu'), for this was a case of lycanthropy.