Classic ghostly tales of a touch on your hair in an empty room, or the allure of an antique of a time long gone.
Stories of four haunted locations in California which are Easkoot House, Haskell House, Haunted Toy Store and Thelma Todd's Haunted Garage.
Deserted theaters & opera houses, full of broken hearts & dreams where phantom actors are forever chasing fame & fortune before empty seats & dusty curtains full of cobwebs.
From the Nightshade Diary comes ghostly tales of "haints" retold for many years throughout the Old South. Under the moss-draped tree branches, these spirits refused to lie easy in their graves, returning to wreak vengeance and allow the living no peace.
You are alone and lost surrounded by thousands of identical looking trees. The wind moves the branches overhead, making eerie noises, and suddenly you feel the rain start to come down. Then you see the dim outline of an old house through the break in the trees, and you walk quickly towards it, only realizing when you stand before the forboding house, on the other side of the broken entrance gate that it appears to be abandoned. There’s no light coming from any window. The wind picks up and the rain soaks you to the bone, and you realize you have no choice but to take refuge in the House of the Nightmare.
The House of the Nightmare – Edward Lucas White
Out of the Wrack I Rise – H Russell Wakefield
Image you're a lonely traveler who stays at desolate farm next to the sea. You're warned never to go to the beaches after dark, because otherwise It will start tapping at your window pane. You can only ask yourself, "What does it want?"
The Sand-Walker - Fergus Hume
Did Billy the Kid really die in 1881? Who really killed Sheriff Pat Garrett, who became famous because he killed Billy the Kid? The lore of the Old West—stories of gunslingers, tribal and territorial warfare, missing treasure—is undying. But are the historical records to be believed? Let’s find what the clues are and see what’s the truth, improbable or otherwise.
Midnight at the Crossroads, is the witching hour when deals are struck with that tall, dark man standing at the fork in the road. Find out what he wants, and listen to a few other utterly haunting tales, that will make your skin crawl, and your hair stand on end.
From the pages of Nightshade Diary come the haunting and hair-raising tales of ghosts, murder and mayhem. Who's hiding in the closet? What's under the bed? You'll be asking yourself these questions after you listen to these creepalicious tales that'll have you leaving the lights on when you go to sleep.