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Anthologies edited by Peter Haining
The Hell of Mirrors, Four Square Books, 1965
(Including: "Introduction", "The Werewolf" by Frederick Marryat, "Ligeia" by "The Black Cat" by E. A. Poe, "Young Goodman Brown" by N. Hawthorne, "Schalken the Painter,' J. S. Le Fanu, "The Middle Toe on the Right Foot" by "The Damned Thing" by A. Bierce, "The Squaw" by Bram Stoker, "Who Knows?" "The Drowned Man" by Guy de Maupassant, "The Caterpillar" by "The Hell of Mirrors" by Edogawa Rampo [Japanese writer] "The Knocking in the Castle" by Henry Slesar, "The Fanatic" by Arthur Porges.
Beyond the Curtain of Dark, Four Square Books, 1966
(Including: "Lizzie Borden Took an Axe" by R. Bloch, "The Snail Watcher" by Patricia Highsmith, "Chickamauga" by A. Bierce, "At Last the True Story of Frankenstein" by Harry Harrison, "The Horla" by Guy de Maupassant, "Fever Dream" by R. Bradbury, "The Other Celia" by T. Sturgeon, "The Oval Portrait" by E. A. Poe, "The Monster Maker" by W. C. Morrow, "Come and Go Mad" by Fredric Brown, "The Survivor" by "The Ancestor" by H.P. Lovecraft & A. Derleth, "The Mortal Immortal" by Mary Shelley, "Dr. Heidegger's Experiment" by N. Hawthorne, "By These Presents" by H. Kuttner, "Whosit's Disease" by Henry Slesar, "King Pest" by E. A. Poe, "Mayaya's Little Green Men" by Harold Lawlor, "For the Blood Is Life" by F.M. Crawford, "The Human Chair" by Edogawa Rampo, "The Fortunes of Sir Robert Ardagh" by J. S. Le Fanu, "Return to the Sabbath" by R. Bloch, "The Will of Luke Carlowe" by Clive Pemberton, "Eyes Do More Than See" by I. Asimov.
The Craft of Terror, Four Square Books, 1966
(Extracts from Gothic horror novels including: "The Monk" by Matthew Lewis, "Ferdinand, Count Fathom" by Tobias Smollett, "The Castle of Otranto" by Horace Walpole, "The Old English Baron" by Clara Reeve, "Vathek" by Wm. Beckford, "Caleb Williams" by Wm. Godwin, "Wieland, or, The Transformation" by Charles B. Brown, "Melmoth the Wanderer" by Charles Maturin, "The Last Man" by Mary Shelley, "The Cult of Zanoni" by Edward Bulwer-Lytton, "The Feast of Blood" by Thomas Prest, "The Mysteries of Paris" by Eugene Sue, "The House by the Churchyard" by J. S. Le Fanu, "The Elixir of Life" by Wm. H. Ainsworth, "Metzengerstein" by E. A. Poe.
Summoned From the Tomb, Brown Watson, 1966
(Including: "Introduction", "Hell on Earth" by R. Bloch, "Guests From Gibbet Island" by Washington Irving, "The Judge's House" by B. Stoker, "The Bully of Chapelizod" by J. S. Le Fanu, "The Curse" by 1. Jorgenson, "The Coffin-Maker" by Alexander Pushkin, "Purple Eyes" by Clive Pemberton, "A Watcher by the Dead" by A. Bierce, "The Whippoorwills in the Hills" by A. Derleth, "Hop Frog" by E. A. Poe.
Where Nightmares Are, Mayflower, 1966
(Includng: "Introduction", "Moxon's Master" by A. Bierce, "The Body Snatchers" by R. L. Stevenson, "The Man That Was Used Up" by E. A. Poe, "Night" by Guy de Maupassant, "Rappaccini's Daughter" by N. Hawthorne, "What Was lt?" F.-J. O'Brien, "The Familiar" by J. S. Le Fanu, "The Trial for Murder" by C. Dickens, "The Spectre Bridegroom" by W. Irving: "Thrawn Janet" by R. L. Stevenson, "The Cask of Amontillado" by E. A. Poe, "An Occurrence at Owl Creek" by A. Bierce, "The White Cat of Drumgunniol" by J. S. Le Fanu, "Passeur" by R. W. Chambers.
The Craft of Terror, The best from the rare and infamous Gothic Horror Novels, Four Square (London), 1966
(Includes: "Introduction" by Peter Haining, "The Monk" by Mathew Lewis, "Ferdinand, Count Fathom" by Tobias Smollett, "The Castle of Otranto" by Horace Walpole, "The Old English Baron" by Clara Reeve, "Vathek" by William Beckford, "Caleb Williams" by William Godwin, "Wieland, or The Transformation" by Charles Brockden Brown, "Melmoth the Wanderer" by Charles Maturin, "The Last Man" by Mary Shelley, "The Cult of Zanoni" by Edward Bulwer Lytton, "The Feat of Blood" by Thomas Prest, "The Mysteries of Paris" by Eugene Sue, "The House by the Churchyard" by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, "The Elixir of Life" by William Harrison Ainsworth, "Metzengerstein" by Edgar Allan Poe.)
The Gentlewomen of Evil, Robert Hale (London), 1967
(Including: "The Transformation" by Mary Shelley, "The Open Door" by Mrs. Margaret Oliphant, "The Italian's Story" by Catherine Crowe, "The Ghost" by Mrs. Henry Wood, "The Old Nurse's Story" by Elizabeth C. Gaskell, "The Phantom Coach" by Amelia B. Edwards, "The Lifted Veil" by Mary Ann Evans [George Eliot], "Eveline's Visitant" by Mary Eliz. Braddon, "Sandy the Tinker, ' Charlotte E. Riddell, "A Tale of a Gas Light Ghost" by Anon., "Eyes of Terror" by Mrs. L. T. Meade, "At the Dip of the Road" by Mary L. Molesworth, "The Gorgon's Head" by Miss Gertrude Bacon.)
Dr. Caligari's Black Book, Allen (London), 1968
(Including: "The Second Awakening of a Magician" by S. L. Dennis, "The Jar" by R. Bradbury, "Sat~'s Circus" by Lady Eleanor Smith, "The Last Seance" by Agatha Christie, "Mrs. Eltring Plays Her Part" by A. Derleth, "The Third Performance "A Gittins, "The Waxwork" by A. M. Burrage, "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" by R. Bloch, "The Dwarf" by M. Ayme, "The Demon King" by J. B. Priestley, "The Horror in the Museum" by Hazel Heald, "Farewell Performance" by H. R. Wakefield, "The End of a Show" by B. Pain.
The Evil People, Leslie Frewin (London), 1968
(Including: "Introduction", "The Nocturnal Meeting" by W. Harrison Ainsworth, "The Peabody Heritage" by H.P. Lovecraft, "The Witch's Vengeance" by W. B. Seabrook, "The Snake" by D. Wheatley, "Prince Borgia's Mass" by A. Derleth, "Secret Worship" by A. Blackwood, "The Devil-Worshipper" by Francis Prevot, "Archives of the Dead" by Basil Copper, "Mother of Serpents" by R. Bloch, "Cerimarie" by Arthur J. Burks, "The Witch" by Shirley Jackson, "Homecoming" by R. Bradbury, "Never Bet the Devil Your Head" E. A. Poe.
Legends for the Dark, Four Square Books, 1968
(Includes: "Introduction", "Solomon's Demon" by Arthur Porges, "The Altar" by R. Sheckley, "Here Daemos" by A. Derleth, "The Academy of Pain" by Basil Copper, "Floral Tribute" by R. Bloch, "The Secret of the Vault" by Wesley Rosenquest, "The Ordeal of Doctor Trifulgas" by J. Verne, "A Night With Hecate" by Edward W. Ludwig, "Beyond the Wall of Sleep" by H.P. Lovecraft, "The Scythe" by Ray Bradbury.
The Midnight People, F. Frewin (London), 1968
(Including: "Introduction", "Fritz Haarmann-'The Hanover Vampire'" by M. Summers, "The Vampire of Croglin Grange" by Augustus Hare, "The Vampyre" by John Polidori, "The Storm Visitor" by Thomas P. Prest, "Three Young Ladies" by B. Stoker, "An Episode in Cathedral History" by M. R. James, "Bat's Belfry" by A. Derleth, "'And No Bird Sings'" by F. F. Benson, "The Believer" by S. Horler, "Drifting Snow" by S. Grendon, "When It Was Moonlight" by M. W. Wellman, "Over the River" by P.S. Miller, "Drink My Blood" by R. Matheson, "Pillar of Fire" by R. Bradbury, "Dr. Porthos" by Basil Copper, "The Living Dead" by R. Bloch, "The Girl With Hungry Eyes" by F. Leiber, "Postscript" by M. Summers.)
The Stories behind the Classic Horror Films, W.H. Allen (London), 1971
(Includes: "Editor's Foreword", "Introduction" by Vincent Price, "The Devil in a Convent" by Francis Oscar Mann, "The Lunatics" by Edgar Allan Poe, "Puritan Passions" by Nathaniel Hawthorne, "Phantom of the Opera" by Gaston Laroux, "The Magician" by Somerset Maugham, "Freaks" by Tod Robbins, "Most Dangerous Game" by Richard Connell, "Dracula's Daughter" by Bram Stoker, "All That Money Can Buy" by Stephen Vincent Benet, "Afterword" by Christopher Lee.)
Great British Tales of Terror: Gothic Stories of Horror and Romance 1765-1840, Gollancz (London), 1972
(Includes: "Introduction" by Peter Haining, "Maddalena, or The Fate of the Florentines" by Horace Walpole, "Sir Bertrand" by Mrs Anne Letitia Barbauld, "The Haunted Chamber" by Mrs Ann Radcliffe, "The Abbey of Clunedale" by Dr Nathan Drake, "The Anaconda" by Matthew Gregory Lewis, "The Monk of Horror, or The Conclave of Corpses" by anonymous, "The Nymph of the Fountain" by William Beckford, "The Black Spider" by anonymous, "The Water Spectre" by Francis Lathom, "Secrets of Cabalism, or Ravenstone and Alice of Huntingdon" by William Child Green, "The Unknown! or The Knight of the Blood-Red Plume" by Anne of Swansea, "The Dance of the Dead" by anonymous, "Leixlip Castle" by Charles Maturin, "The Vampyre" by Dr John Polidori, "The Assassins" by Percy Bysshe Shelley, "The Dream" by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, "The Burial" by Lord Byron, "A Tale for a Chimney Corner" by Leigh Hunt, "The Spectre Bride" by William Harrison Ainsworth, "The Dice" by Thomas de Quincey, "The Astrologer's Prediction, or The Maniac's Fate" by anonymous, "Glenallan" by Lord Lytton, "The Tale of the Mysterious Mirror" by Sir Walter Scott, "The Magic Watch" by Raphael, "The Demon of the Hartz, of The Three Charcoal Burners" by Thomas Peckett Prest, "The Devil's Wager" by William Makepeace Thackeray, "The Expedition to Hell" by James Hogg, "The Iron Shroud" by anonymous, "The Ghost and the Bone-Setter" by Joseph Sheridan le Fanu, "The Tribunal of the Inquisition" by GWM Reynolds.)
Great Tales of Terror from Europe and America: Gothic Stories of Horror and Romance 1765-1840, Gollancz (London), 1972
(Including: "Introduction" by Peter Haining. GERMANY: "The New Melusina" by Johann von Goethe, "The Ghost-Seer, or The Apparitionist" by JF von Schiller, "The Harp" by Karl Theodor Korner, "The Wild Huntsman! Or The Demon's Skeleton Chase" by Gottfried August Burger, "The Bride of the Grave" by Johann Ludwig Tieck, "The Field of Terror" by Baron de la Motte Fouqué, "The Bottle-Imp" by Johann Karl August Musaus, "The Spectre Barber" by anonymous, "The Cremona Violin" by ETA Hoffman, "The Fatal Marksman" by Johann August Apel, "The Devil's Ladder" by Alois Wilhelm Schreiber, "The Hall of Blood" by Professor von Kramer. FRANCE: "The Witch of Eye" by Francois Baculard D'Arnaud, "The Unholy Compact Abjured" by Charles Pigault-Lebrun, "The Wandering Jew's Sentence" by Eugene Sue, "The Parricide Punished" by anonymous, "Louise, or The Living Spectre" by anonymous Jan Schalken's Three Wishes" by anonymous, "Maredata and Giulo, or The Ocean Spirit" by anonymous, "Valdrwulf, or The Fiend of the Moor" by anonymous. AMERICA: "Rip Van Winkle" by a legend, "Memoirs of Carwin, The Biloquist" by Charles Brockden Brown, "The Adventure of the German Student" by Washington Irving, "The Christmas Banquet" by Nathaniel Hawthorne, "The Strange Guests" by anonymous, "Hugues, the Wer-Wolf" by Sutherland Menzies, "The Possessed One" by anonymous, "Ben Blower's Story" by Charles Hoffman, "The Cask of Amontillado" by Edgar Allan Poe, "Shadow, a Parable" by Edgar Allan Poe.)
The Hell of Mirrors, Sidgwick & Jackson (London), 1974
(Includes: "Introduction" by Peter Haining, "Ligeia" by Edgar Allan Poe, "Young Goodman Brown" by Nathaniel Hawthorne, "Schalken the Painter" by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, "The Drowned Man" by Guy de Maupassant, "The Sandman" by ETA Hoffman, "The Middle Toe of the Right Foot" by Ambrose Bierce, "The Squaw" by Bram Stoker, " 'Oh, Whistle, and I'll Come to You, My Lad' " by MR James, "The Old Man of Visions" by Algernon Blackwood, "The Nameless City" by HP Lovecraft, "That Hell-Bound Train" by Robert Bloch, "The Emissary" by Ray Bradbury, "The Hell of Mirrors" by Edogawa Rampo, "Danse Macabre" by Mervyn Peake, "The Fanatic" by Arthur Porges.)
ditto, as Everyman's Book of Classic Horror Stories, Everyman (London), 1976
Weird Tales, Neville Spearman (London), 1976
(Includes: "Introduction" by Peter Haining, "The Man Who Returned" by Edmund Hamilton, "Black Hound of Death" by Robert E. Howard, "The Shuttered House" by August W. Derleth, "Frozen Beauty" by Seabury Quinn, "Haunting Columns" by Robert E. Howard, "Beyond the Wall of Sleep" by H.P. Lovecraft, "The Garden of Adompha" by Clark Ashton Smith, "Cordelia's Song" by Vincent Starrett, "Beyond the Phoenix" by Henry Kuttner, "The Black Monk" by G.G. Pendarves, "The Passing of a God" by Henry S. Whitehead, "They Run Again" by Leah Bodine Drake, "The Eyrie" -- Readers' Letters, "The Valley Was Still" by Manly Wade Wellman, "A Weird Prophecy" by Ken Gary, "Winter Night" by Alice Olsen, "San Francisco" by Caroline Evans, "Heart of Atlantan" by Nictzin Dyalhis, "The Phantom Slayer" by Fritz Leiber, "The Eyrie" -- Readers' Letters, "The Beasts of Barsac" by Robert Bloch, "Bang! You're Dead" by Ray Bradbury, "The Eyrie" -- Readers' Letters, "Cellmate" by Theodore Sturgeon, "The Familiars" by H.P. Lovecraft, "The Pigeon Flyers" by H.P. Lovecraft, "Roman Remains" by Algernon Blackwood, "Displaced Person" by Eric Frank Russell, "To the Chimera" by Clarke Ashton Smith, "From the Vasty Deep" by E Russell Wakefield, "The Shot Tower Ghost" by Mary Elizabeth Counselman, "Tale the Z-Train" by Alison V. Harding, "The Little Red Owl" by Margaret St Clair, "Ooze" by Anthony M Rud.)
Tales of Unknown Horror, New English Library, London, 1978
(Includes: "Introduction" by Peter Haining, "The Reanimated Englishman" by Mary Shelley, "The Dracula File" by Tim Stout, "The Woman with the Velvet Collar" by Gaston Leroux, "Red Mist" by Sax Rohmer, "A Silent Witness" by Richard Marsh, "The Challenge from Beyond" by HP Lovecraft, "Son of a Witch" by Robert Bloch, "Undersea Guardians" by Ray Bradbury, "The Whispering Gallery" by William F Temple, "Dream Damsel" by Evan Hunter, "The Tunnel" by Rosemary Timperley, "Cat From Hell" by Stephen King.)
More Tales of Unknown Horror, New English Library (London), 1979
(Includes: "Introduction" by Peter Haining, "Dr Immortelle" by Kathleen Ludwick, "The Passing of Van Mitten" by Claude Farrere, "The River of Death" by Fred M White, "Morning on the Wissahiccon" by Edgar Allan Poe, "The Spider's Eye" by Fitz James O'Brien, "A Shot at the Sun" by M.P. Shiel, "The Little Man on the Subway" by Isaac Asimov & James MacCreigh, "The Undead Die" by E Everett Evans & Ray Bradbury, "Delenda Est" by Robert E Howard, "On the Theatre Steps" by Rosemary Timperley, "Between Eight and Eight" by C.S. Forester, "The Night of the Tiger" by Stephen King.)
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