Tucked Up A narrator is tucked up by an invisible humming hoard.
The Singing None The Catholic family who visited Jumièges Abbey in the summer of 1913 were surprised and delighted at the plain chant they heard in the bare, ruined choir, sung by a chorus of — none.
Magical Folk and Munes Magical Folk has just been published and I contributed a chapter on American fairies. We also look at the “Munes” a brand new (in 1916) breed of American fairies.
Greek Fire at the Parthenon A visitor to the Parthenon is shown a mysterious fire or light.
The Gobblers’ll Git You, If You Don’t Watch Out! Ghostly gobblers who tap at your windows and gobble in the garret…
Louisville’s Hoodoo Dog The Hoodoo Dog of Louisville, Kentucky was said to doom any man he befriended.
Christopher Crellius and the Savior of the Swamp Trapped in a swamp, the Polish theologian Christopher Crellius finds an unlikely savior in a mysterious small man.
The Beckoning Soldier A beckoning soldier is seen by soldiers and their officer. But who does he want?
Ghosts in Grave-clothes Ghosts who appear in Grave-clothes, usually archaic in style.
Here, Mr Hotfoot The Devil is hotfooting it around the Black Country, searing footprints into the soil.