Ernest Favenc (1845-1908) is a neglected master of Australian supernatural and mystery fiction.
Best known for his History of Australian Exploration, 1788-1888, he was also a prolific author and journalist, writing for some of the most popular and important literary journals in colonial Australia. His considerable output is now largely forgotten, even among aficionados of weird and mystery fiction.... [click here for more]
Welcome to The Seventh Ghost Story MEGAPACK®!
Once more we have a wide-ranging assortment of supernatural fiction, with setting across the world -- Europe, the Americas, Asia -- and across the centuries. You will note that we have a larger than normal number of "Anonymous" stories. No, the authors weren't embarrassed by their contributions. Victorian-era literary magazines and newspapers... [click here for more]
The summer camp of Woodcrest Military Institute was always an exciting event to the Mercer boys and Terry Mackson.
But when the cadets camped near Rustling Ridge, the boys ran into a series of startling occurrences: a horse stampede, a mysterious fire, the disappearance of a little girl, and most frightening of all, the Ghost of Rustling Ridge, who seemed determined to drive the cadets away.
Don... [click here for more]