The Tottenham Werewolf - August Derleth
The 'private enquiry agent' and his doctor friend, reminiscent of Holmes
ad Watson, received a request to investigate a self-styled werewolf and the
apparently unjust accusations against him of multiple murders.
The Secret of Lost Valley - Robert E. Howard
The hunted man shot one of his pursuers, whose body his companions then
tucked away safely into a cave, to keep from scavengers. When the
pursuers left, the hunted man, unseen, sought safety in that same
temporary tomb, only to discover that it held hidden chambers and passages
Soon he learned the eerie legends of the land were no mere legends, but he
was left with no choice but to penetrate the caves deeper still.
Medium for Justice - Victor Rousseau
They were researchers, intent upon unmasking psychic fakes. His partner
was the Swiss man, known as an 'apparat' medium, able to physically
transport objects from a distance. This time the deed was one of murder
and the challenge to recover the corpse of the victim.
Si Urag of the Tail - Oscar Cook
Too many villagers had mysteriously vanished, one then two then more, and
now there was no word from his Sergeant and his men who were
investigating. A man with a tail was found to be involved, and he worked
for a golden-purple orchid which he worshiped.
The Temptation of Harringay - H.G. Wells
The artist had an inspiration to paint the portrait exactly as he liked of
the model, the organ grinder, but he was distracted by the demon in his
painting that caused it to talk back to him.
The Tenants Broussac - Seabury Quinn
The renters were the mystery, for they often vanished from the Broussac
chateau, only to be found torn apart or crushed. The visiting Doctor
agreed to investigate since the new tenants were fellow-countrymen. The
doctor found nothing strange until he turned up signs of a huge serpent in