This week: THE SANDMAN. Written by German author E. T. A. Hoffmann, this is a tale of post-traumatic stress and suppressed memories, a story underpinned by the presence of a nightmarish figure: The Sandman.
This week: THREE SKELETON KEY written by French author George G. Toudouze, tells of a lighthouse keeper's terrifying ordeal whilst stationed at a remote light on an infamous rock.
Written in 1904 by Japanese author, Lafcadio Hearn, YUKI-ONNA or 'snow woman', tells of a woodcutter and of a strange encounter that would come to haunt him.
Audio horror returns to Rue-Morgue.com with a tale of vampirism in rural Serbia written in French by Russian author Aleksey Konstantinovich Tolstoy in 1839.