Horror Masters

NOVEMBER:

November Night Tales: H C Mercer

SEPTEMBER 2017:

The Waxwork: A M Burrage

AUGUST 2017:

Dark Entries: Robert Aickman

JULY 2017:

They Return at Evening: H R Wakefield

JUNE 2017:

Sleep No More: L T C Rolt

MAY 2017:

R Chetwynd-Hayes, Britain’s Prince of Chill

APRIL 2017:

Mist: The Ghost Stories of Richmal Crompton

OCTOBER 2016:

Demons and Shadows: The Ghostly Best of Robert Westall

APRIL 2016:

The Land of Lost Content

JUNE 2015:

The Great God Pan

DECEMBER 2014:

Nine Ghosts for Christmas

JULY 2013:

Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Ghost

JUNE 2013:

The Angel of Mons

The Strange Life of John Ruskin

APRIL 2013:

The Picture of Oscar Wilde

FEBRUARY 2013:

The Alabaster Hand

DECEMBER 2012:

Edith Nesbit’s Tales of Terror

Christmas Re-union

NOVEMBER 2012:

The Beast with Five Fingers

OCTOBER 2012:

The King of Horror

Imperial Gothic: The Strange Tales of Rudyard Kipling

SEPTEMBER 2012:

The Monkey’s Paw

AUGUST 2012:

E F Benson’s ‘Spook’ Stories

JULY 2012:

The Gothic Tradition

JUNE 2012:

Virginia’s Secret

MAY 2012:

A Haunting at Haworth

APRIL 2012:

Supernatural Sleuths

MARCH 2012:

A Trap for the Unwary

FEBRUARY 2012:

The Strange Case of Ambrose Bierce

JANUARY 2012:

Ghost Writers

Tales of Innocence

Lovecraft and the Bard of Auburn

DECEMBER 2011:

The Ghost Stories of Charles Dickens

Robert E Howard and the Lovecraft Circle

Ghost Stories for Christmas

A Very Dickensian Christmas

NOVEMBER 2011:

The Stoneground Ghosts

The Vampire in Literature

Paranormal Activity: The Enfield Poltergeist

Curse of the Mummy

Wilkie Collins and the Ghost

OCTOBER 2011:

Irish Gothic: The Ghost Stories of J S Le Fanu

Don’t Sit On The Buttercross!

The Ghost of the Gibbs Building

Edgar Allan Poe: A Tormented Genius

The Benson Brothers

Time of the Wolf

East Anglian Ghosts

Oxford Ghosts

Algernon Blackwood – The Ghost Man

The Haunted Bookshop

SEPTEMBER 2011:

An exorcism in Cambridge?

Edinburgh – Dark Deeds in the Old Town

Thomas Carnacki – the original ghost-buster

The Incomparable M R James

The Horrors of H P Lovecraft

Arthur Gray and The Ghost Club

Sherlock Holmes versus The Supernatural

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