Mary Shelly was born into a family of intellectuals. At the age of 17 she met P.S. Shelley and they began an affair; they were married after the suicide of Shelley's first wife. The couple famously spent a summer with Byron and Polidori near Geneva, and it was here, at the age of ninetten, that she conceived the idea for Frankenstein.
Vanessa and Nick are destined for Washington, D.C., when an accident further up the tracks leaves their train temporarily stranded in Harpers Ferry National Park. When the historic town's most iconic resident offers to share a bit of the town's background with this pair of newlyweds, can a message from the past help put their future on less shaky ground?
It's a match made in heaven, or possibly somewhere else. Eisner Hall of Fame inductee Richard Corben brings us a classic selection of Edgar Allen Poe short stories. Much-loved Poe tales The Conqueror Worm (1843), The Fall of the House of Usher (1839) and The Raven (1845) are rendered in Corben's own unmistakably masterful style. He is regularly described as the comic artist's comic artist, borne...
For as long as it has stood overlooking New England's jagged coastline, Lexington House has been the witness to madness?and murder. But in recent years the inexplicable malice that once tormented so many has lain as silent as its victims. Until now....
NOVELLA. When English novelist Spencer Bridge is invited to spend Christmas with his two elderly cousins in the small American town of Six Hills, he little suspects that they have an ulterior motive. Six Hills is a town of secrets and dark shadows. A close-knit group of townswomen ? The Coterie ? may hold the answer to some, or all, of these secrets, and maybe Spencer is just the man to unlock the...
Acclaimed by Lovecraft as "the one absolute and unquestioned master of weird atmosphere," Blackwood was the preeminent British supernaturalist of the 20th century. These are his best and most haunting short stories.
A small number of cameras have the ability to capture ghosts on film. This gift comes at a steep price; the ghosts are resentful and hungry, and the cameras offer them a rare chance to reach their favourite prey... humans.
Richard Marsh's weird, compelling and highly original novel, which once outsold "Dracula", is both a horror masterpiece and a fin de siecle melodrama embracing the fears and concerns of late Victorian society.
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