Real Ghost Stories – The Supernatural Experiences of Mr. Flaxman Low.
Flaxman Low is credited with being the first psychic detective of fiction. These twelve stories of his encounters with the abnormal, the occult, and the supernatural, were first published in Pearson’s Magazine in 1898 and 1899.
The Coast of Shadows – Five stories of tragedies, shipwrecks, executions, loss of life and the afterlife beyond this mortal coil.
The Werewolf Snarls – Nine early horror stories from Manly Wade Wellman including his first published story and his memoriam on the passing of H.P. Lovecraft.
Carnacki the Ghost Finder – Thomas Carnacki, occult detective, finder of ghosts, demons, and even a few humans pretending to be ghosts.
Witch-House – From the occult casebook of Jules de Grandin: A mummy determined to come back to life, a ghost haunting her widower’s new wife, and a witches’ familiar exacting revenge 300 hundred years after the witch was drowned.
The Forbidden Trail and Other Stories – four stories about ghosts, werewolves, zombies, and cannibals from the wicked pen of Jane Rice.
Five early stories by Greye La Spina (1880-1969) one of the founding female authors of the modern horror story.
Flames of Vengeance and Other Stories by Seabury Quinn
Three tales of the supernatural by Seabury Quinn (1889 – 1969), including Pledged to the Dead, Flames of Vengeance and Incense of Abomination, all originally published in Weird Tales.