Chapter 5: The Fair Race Downward along a smooth, broad floor led the strange tunnel, for such Carthoris was now convinced was the nature of the shaft he at first had thought but a cave. Before him he could hear Read More!
A Mystery of the Compagna, written by Anne Crawford, is a old tale form the Victorian era. Originally written under the pseudonym Von Degen it would be the only book that Anne Crawford would go on to write. Her sister, Read More!
A fantastic, pre-Dracula, cautionary tale about being careful what you wish for! Written by William Gilbert in 1867, the story was usually published with various anthologies of spooky nature. The Last Lords of Gardonal definitely brings “Damn that’s scary!” back Read More!
Written by Mary Elizabeth Braddon, The Good Lady Ducayne is a short story written way back before vampires were cool. Vampires kinda have a lame name now, being over used and over abused, but M E Braddon knew how Read More!