My Lady of the Tunnel - Arthur J. Burks
He grew up fearing yet loving the mad woman with the dagger, a fictional
character in a newspaper serial, but throughout his life she penetrated
his dreams, and for the rest of his life he feared the dark.
The Glass Floor - Stephen King
He visited the house where his sister had lived and died, but there were
questions about her death in the strange room with the mirrored floor.
Death From Within - Sterling S. Cramer
It was a Voodoo land, the stranger had died, and they must investigate.
On the journey there, the drums were incessant, and when they arrived the
doctor feared contagion. When a drummer stood up and screamed and died,
the natives ran away. One by one, men died painfully around them, and they
could only determine that the attacks had come from an impossible source.
A Vision (verse) - Robert E. Howard
Darkness and shapes inhabit a silent town.
Aim For Perfection - Beverly Haaf
When there are monsters about, sometimes it's hard to identify from which
direction they are going to arrive.
The Dark Castle - Marion Brandon
It's dark and late and they're on a mountain road, out of gas, when the
dog howls, so now ahead a small ruined castle in Central Europe seems a
logical course of action to achieve a good night's sleep.
Dona Diabla - Anna Hunger
In the house on the cliff by the sea, a year after a gunshot had taken him
away, she awaited for another, just another; there is always another.
The Druid's Shadow - Seabury Quinn
Once again de Grandin and his colleague Doctor Trowbridge walk in the
footsteps of Holmes and Watson, only to find horror and mystery in a
mansion where a maiden, vowed to chastity, is revealed to be a priestess