Collection of all but four of the ghost stories written by the English medievalist and author M. R. James, first published in 1931.
Ghost story by the English medievalist and author M. R. James, first published in 1911. It centres on the trial of the local squire about 200 years earlier, accused of murdering a young woman who several witnesses claimed to have seen after her death.
Ghost story by M. R. James, first published in 1911, about the mysterious disappearance of a school teacher.
Ghost story by M. R. James, first published in 1911, about a spirit released by the removal of a post during the construction of a rose garden.
Witch of St. Albans, best-known for her salve to restore the hymen.
Ghost story by M. R. James, published in 1904, about the vengeance of a witch against her accuser.
Ghost story by M. R. James published in 1904, about a mysterious whistle found on a beach in Suffolk.
Short story by H. G. Wells about a man who dies after re-enacting the masonic passes he had seen a ghost use to disappear.
Account of a ghostly visitation said to have occurred in Canterbury in 1705.
Athenenodorus (c. 74 BCE – 7 AD) was a Stoic philosopher and the subject of the first recorded ghost story.