Short Ghost and Horror Collection 039


Read by LibriVox Volunteers

(4.2 stars; 7 reviews)

A collection of twenty stories featuring ghoulies, ghosties, long-legged beasties and things that go bump in the night. Expect shivers up your spine, the stench of human flesh, and the occasional touch of wonder. You may also feel more jumpy tonight than usual. (7 hr 6 min)

Chapters

The Black Dog 13:44 Read by Dale Grothmann
By Word of Mouth 12:16 Read by Newgatenovelist
The Call 29:22 Read by Dan Gurzynski
The Cask of Amontillado 17:55 Read by Shreya Sethi
The Cats of Ulthar 9:56 Read by Clark Pigeau
A Dead Finger 39:50 Read by Davis Faherty
The Dead Smile 59:09 Read by Rafe Ball
A Diagnosis of Death 8:35 Read by Spen
Four Weird Tales - The Insanity of Jones (Part I) 18:41 Read by Natalie Boulos
The House That Was Not 8:39 Read by Daniel Davison
In the Mirror 25:24 Read by Scarbo
From the Loom of the Dead 15:25 Read by Daniel Davison
The Man-Eating Tree 21:49 Read by Daniel Davison
The Masque of the Red Death 16:33 Read by Spen
The Mezzotint 28:03 Read by NR Collard
Story of an Obstinate Corpse 8:08 Read by Daniel Davison
The Premature Burial 36:23 Read by Piotr Nater
The Scarecrow 21:28 Read by Daniel Davison
The Tell-Tale Heart 15:46 Read by A.E. Heckett
Was It A Dream? 19:47 Read by Louise J. Belle

Reviews

good stories..


(4 stars)

a few Readers were better than others, but most of these Readers did excellent work. I'd especially like to point out the story The Dead Smile. The story rambles a tad, and I found myself a bit confused at one point.. but the Rafe Ball performed incredibly. And yes, he did better than simply Reading the tale, he performed it. thanks once again Librivox & all the Readers.. I thought I'd finished this series of books, so I'm elated to have stumbled upon yet another. I've been scary ghost stories, and this really helped me fill that void. Stay safe, and as the late, great John Lewis was fond of saying, "get in good trouble". ☯️🌻♾💝⚛ just need to add this note: The Man-Eating Tree may cause you to distrust plants, potted or not. I'm sticking with cats.