A couple on their honeymoon discover that the Moon is far from a romantic destination. In fact, if not ghostly exactly, it’s certainly ghastly!
Sure, it’s good to walk in someone else’s shoes. But what if that someone else is standing on the gallows?
“Come now, doesn’t the prospect of encountering the ghost of the missing link have a certain irresistible charm, Miss Van Slyke?” — Professor Geoffrey Wallace Livingstone Adams
A fireside story about the evil lurking within a room — and reaching beyond those walls.
Upon showing off in front of friends, a man uncaps a power to dominate others that grows to dominate him.
“The magnitude of the afterlife is very much a mystery — perhaps especially to those of us who investigate it!” — Lida Bergson
A fireside story about a ghost who stopped for one last look.
No one really breaks the Laws of Nature, but Edgar Allan Poe presents a weird experiment that bends the Dictates of Death.
“In most cases, a ghost haunts the living because something haunts the ghost.” — Vera Van Slyke
Ambrose Bierce presents a campfire story about four men who had no one left to tell their story. (NOTE: This 1909 story is set on America’s western frontier and features a presumably white character whose dialog …
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