A superb collection of classic ghost stories from the world's great storytellers.
1. "Lot No. 249" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
2. "The Phantom Rickshaw" by Rudyard Kipling
3. "The Haunted Dolls' House" by M. R James
4. "Ligeia" by Edgar Allan Poe
5. "The Monkey's Paw" by W. W. Jacobs
6. "The Finest Story in the World" by Rudyard Kipling
7. "The Apparition of Mrs. Veal" by Daniel Defoe
8. "Metzengerstein" by Edgar Allan Poe
9. "They" by Rudyard Kipling
10. "Labadoyere's Doom" by Lord Halifax
11. "Lost in a Pyramid" by Louisa May Alcott
12. "My Adventure in Norfolk" by A. J. Alan
13. "A True Ghost Story" by the Countess of Munster
14. "The Restless Dead" by Lord Halifax
15. "The Inn of the Two Witches" by Joseph Conrad
16. "The Ring of Thoth" by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
17. "The Haunting of Hinton Ampner" by Lord Halifax
18. "The Ship that saw a Ghost" by Frank Norris
19. "The Mummy's Foot" by Théophile Gautier
20. "A Curious Dream" by Mark Twain
21. "The Passenger with the Bag" by Lord Halifax
22. "Imprisoned with the Pharaohs" by Harry Houdini and H. P. Lovecraft
23. "The Man in the Iron Cage" by Lord Halifax
24. "The Story of Baelbrow" by E&H Heron
25. "The Brothers" by Stacy Aumonier
26. "Colonel P's Ghost Story" by Lord Halifax
27. "Glad Ghosts" by D. H. Lawrence
28. "A Professor of Egyptology" by Guy Boothby
29. "The Troubled Spirit of Tintern Abbey" by Lord Halifax
30. "Rats" by M. R. James
31. "The Dead Hand" by Wilkie Collins
32. "I Will Pay You All Tomorrow" by Lord Halifax
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Long slow stuff
A better narrator and shorter livelier stories. Most of them drag on without much in the way of thrills and suspense.
A more sensitive voice responding like an actor would to the ups and downs of the text. It is a bit monotonous on top of the long and slow moving narratives.
Yeah, a few of the stories (there are so many of them) stand out as gripping. Most don't with the obvious exceptions of a few classic tales by M. R. James and the like.
Anthologies should concentrate on strong stories and not just rely on the genre branding on the assumption that this will please listeners.
different narrator needed
- Miss K. E. Brown