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"Some of us were born into a world in which all the pictures stood still: and I challenge youth to defend the cause of moving pictures. On my antiquated shield, the motto is Pictures Ought Not to Move."Paine, Thomas 1737-1809
A chapter belonging to the Third Part of the "Age of Reason."Poe, Edgar Allan 1809-1849
Four short tales of fear by the American poet and literary genius Edgar Allan Poe: Hop-Frog, The Tell-Tale Heart, The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar, The Masque of the Red Death. Includes some b/w illustrations.Never Bet the Devil Your Head universal format, v 1.0
Everybody should heed the advise in the title of this story. Actually, never bet the Devil anything, even if it is a safe bet. He is not a good loser.The Black Cat classic format
The classic horror story, with eight black-and-white illustrations. The narrator of this tale seems to think for some reason that black cats bring bad luck. Silly fellow.The Raven universal format, v 1.0
An uncanny poem by one of the best known authors of horrible stories of all times.Three Tales of Terror classic format
A Descent into the Maelstrom, The Cask of Amontillado, The Pit and the Pendulum. Poe didn't only write ghost-stories: these tales display his genius in realistic settings as well. Includes some b/w illustrations.Prescott, Harriet E.
Odd things might be found in cellars, but make certain you have got the right cellar before you start looking.