The Greatest Ghost Stories Ever Told—A New Anthology Featuring Rare Vintage Stories & Originals from Great Modern Writers…

Hello Reader! And Welcome! We are giddy with excitement!

We love it when you pay us a visit. It gets lonely in here, shut up in the dark with all of these haints and haunts. We’d love to see you more regularly, so, we decided to try something new! A whole book of new and classic ghost stories, posted here and our sister blog: Haint-Blue Shudders; one story at a time. For all those stormy candle-lit nights. We know you are going to enjoy this story collection!

FINALCOVER

Cover concept & design by Woody Dexter. ((c) 2017 Sanguine Woods Publishing(sm)

The Greatest Ghost Stories Ever Told will be published here, and at Haint-Blue—story by story—with the permission of the book’s editor, Sanguine Woods; and when it is final, it will be made available as an ebook for sale online (details TBD). As the book grows, we will add an active Table of Contents, which will allow you to jump between posts/stories as you will; and author bios with interesting details as to how their stories came about.

I hope these quality ghost stories—some dusty and long forgotten—will please you as they have us. Thanks for stopping by loyal reader. We appreciate you here at Haint-Blue!



We open our anthology, The Greatest Ghost Stories Ever Told with a short essay by Ernest Rhys. Rhys was a writer and editor who compiled various collections of stories during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The Greatest Ghost Stories Ever Told

Edited with an Afterword, Notes, and Annotations by Sanguine Woods.
The Greatest Ghost Stories Ever Told is a publication of Sanguine Woods Publishing(sm),(c) 2017. All Rights Reserved. (Note: All content in this publication is used by permission of the authors/the authors’ legal representative(s), or is available on the Public Domain. An Acknowledgements page will be included at the end of the ebook and trade paperback editions.)

Click here to read Story #1 “How Love Came to Professor Guildea” by Robert Smythe Hichens, 1900, from The Greatest Ghost Stories Ever Told…

Click here to read Story #2 “What Did Miss Darrington See?” by Emma B. Cobb, 1881, from The Greatest Ghost Stories Ever Told…

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2 responses to “The Greatest Ghost Stories Ever Told—A New Anthology Featuring Rare Vintage Stories & Originals from Great Modern Writers…

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