The Spiritual Telegraph Stories of spirits speaking through the medium of the telegraph.
A Casket 300 Feet Long A casket 300 feet long would be required to bring back the remains of all the US soldiers who died in the Great War in France.
The Death of the Queen of Bohemia Writer Zoe Anderson Norris, the Queen of Bohemia, is warned by the ghost of her mother that she is next to follow her in death.
Cremated Alive We fire up the retort as we look at the third of a terrifying triumvirate of Victorian death-fears: being embalmed alive, dissected alive, and cremated alive.
The Haunted Cab The London cab haunted by the bloody, cut-throat ghost of a suicide.
A Cabinet of Cursed Curiosities A Cabinet of Cursed Curiosities such as Archduke Franz Ferdinand’s death-car, a deadly opal ring, and a drunkard’s chair.
The Waxen Effigy of a Child The horribly realistic waxen effigy of a child, created to commemorate a murder.
The Wild Cat’s Portrait The eyes of a life-sized wild cat portrait brought destruction to the drawing’s owners. A tale of a haunted drawing.
Damned Desks Damned desks, in the Fortean sense, that are haunted or hoodooed.
Posing the Corpse Posing the corpse so the corpse can join in the fun of the wake or have a drink or accuse a malefactor or, simply as a joke.