Monday, October 12, 2015

Over 100 of the Freakiest, Creepiest and Scariest Books on DVDrom

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Books Scanned from the Originals into PDF format

Books are in the public domain. I will take checks or money orders as well.

For a list of all of my disks and books click here

Contents of Disks (created on a Windows computer)

A Book Written by the Spirits of the So-called Dead with their own materialized hands, by the process of independent slate-writing 1883 (Communications with Washington, Lincoln, Swedenborg, etc)

Phantasms of the Living, Volume 1 by Edmund Gurney 1886

Phantasms of the Living, Volume 2 by Edmund Gurney 1886

An Authenticated History of the Famous Bell Witch by Martin Van Buren Ingram 1894

Bell Witch Article in McClures Magazine 1922

The Trials of Betsy Bell, Poem

Talks with the Dead, Luminous Rays from the Unseen World, Illustrated with Spirit Photographs by John Lobb 1907

True Ghost Stories by Arthur Conan Doyle 1919

An Adventure by (pseudonyms) Miss Morison and Miss Lamont 1911 (this book made quite a splash in its time. It was written by 2 Oxford academics who claimed to have seen the ghost of Marie Antoinette)

THE WRECK OF THE TITAN - Futility, by Morgan Robertson 1888 (this is the book that was written decades before the Titanic, a fictional story a maiden voyage of a transatlantic luxury liner named the Titan. Although it was promoted as being unsinkable, it strikes an iceberg and sinks with much loss of life. Sound familiar?)

The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket by Edgar Allen Poe 1838
"Another eerie coincidence: One scene in this fictional book visits a whaling ship lost at sea, taking with it all but 4 crewmen. Out of food, the men drew lots to see who would be eaten, the unfortunate decision landing on a young cabin boy named Richard Parker (and here it gets really weird)....46 years later there was an actual disaster at sea involving the Mignonette wherein the men drew lots and decided to eat their cabin boy...a boy named Richard Parker."

Fasting for the Cure of Disease by Linda Burfield Hazzard 1908 (this book attracted many to Hassard's retreat in Washington state, where her patients were starved, and then subsequently died. Linda Hazzard is the subject of many true crime books, including _Starvation Heights by Gregg Olsen_.)

On Murder as a Fine Art by Thomas De Quincey 1887

The Unknown Guest by Maurice Maeterlinck 1914

Ghosts in Solid Form - An Experimental Investigation of Certain Little-known Phenomena (materializations) Gambier Bolton 1919

Poltergeists by Frank Podmore 1897

Realms of the Living Dead: A Brief Description of Life After Death by Harriette Augusta Curtiss 1919

Where are the Dead - Proof that the Dead are Still Alive, by Frederick Altona Binney 1873

The Haunted House, a true ghost story by Walter Hubbell 1879

How to Speak to the Dead - a practical handbook by Sciens, 1918

Haunted Houses - Tales of the Supernatural with some account of hereditary curses and family legends by Charles Harper 1907

More Haunted Houses of London by Elliott O'Donnell 1920

Some Haunted Houses of England by Elliott O'Donnell 1908

Myths and Legends beyond our borders by Charles Skinner 1899

Inferences from haunted houses and haunted men by John Harris 1901

The Coming of the Fairies by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle 1922 (has photographs of fairies)

The Existence of Evil Spirits Proved by Walter Scott 1853

Spirit World and Spirit Life - Automatic Writing, by Charlotte Dresser 1922

Proofs of the Spirit World by Leon Chevreuil 1920

Signs before Death. A Record of Strange Apparitions by John Timbs 1875

Cock Lane and common-sense by Andrew Lang 1894 (Haunted houses, Apparitions, ghosts, and hallucinations, Scrying or crystal-gazing, The second sight, Ghosts before the law, A modern trial for witchcraft, Presbyterian ghost hunters, The logic of table turning, The ghost theory of the origin of religion)

The Religion of the Spirit World written by the spirits themselves (Seances in the Bible) by George Henslow 1920

Occultism and Common-sense by B Willson 1908 (Science's attitude towards the "supernatural," The hypnotic state, Phantasms of the living, Dreams, Hallucinations, Phantasms of the dead, On "hauntings" and kindred phenomena, The dowsing or divining rod, Mediumistic phenomena, The materialisation of "ghosts," Spirit photography, Clairvoyance)

Psychic Research in the Animal Field (The Elberfeld Horses), article in The American journal of Psychology 1914

Psychic Research and Gospel Miracles - a study of the evidences of the gospel's superphysical features in the light of the established results of modern psychical Research by Edward Duff 1902

Remarkable Apparitions and Ghost Stories, Or Authentic Histories of Communications with the Unseen World by Clarence Day 1846

Psychical Investigations - some personally-observed proofs of survival by JA Hill 1917

Adventurings in the Psychical by HA Bruce 1914 (Ghosts, Telepathy, Clarivoyance and crystal-gazing, Automatic speaking and writing, Poltergeists, mediums)

A Book of Ghosts by S. Baring-Gould 1904

The Books on this disk are also included on a larger collection I sell called _The Paranormal and Supernatural - 400 Books on DVDrom_

Apparitions and Thought-transference by Frank Podmore 1894

The Naturalisation of the Supernatural by Frank Podmore 1908

Letters from the Spirit World by C Petersilea 1905

Ghosts I have met and some others by John K Bangs 1899

Contact with the Other World - the latest evidence as to communication with the dead by James Hyslop 1919

Modern Ghosts by GW Curtis 1890

Phenomena of materialisation: a contribution to the investigation of Mediumistic Teleplastics by Albert Schrenck-Notzing 1922
(A lost of Strange pictures of Ectoplasms during Seances)

Masterpieces of Mystery, Volume 1 by Joseph French 1922

Masterpieces of Mystery, Volume 2 by Joseph French 1922

Masterpieces of Mystery, Volume 3 by Joseph French 1922

Masterpieces of Mystery, Volume 4 by Joseph French 1922 (About 36 tales in all)

True Ghost Stories by H Carrington 1915

Real Ghost Stories by WT Stead 1921

Four Ghost Stories by Mrs Molesworth 1888

The Best Psychic Stories by Joseph Lewis French 1920 *

The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce (Can Such Things Be?) 1909

Border Ghost Stories by Howard Pease 1919

True Irish Ghost Stories by St John Seymour 1914

Scottish Ghost Stories by Elliott O'Donnell 1911

St Andrews Ghost Stories by WT Linskill 1921

The Haunted Hour - an Anthology by M Widdemer 1920

Sea-Faring Superstitions (The Flying Dutchman, Sirens), article in The English illustrated magazine 1906

Great Ghost Stories by K Girard 1913

Famous Ghost Stories JW McSpadden 1918

Mysteries of the Sea, article in Munsey's Magazine 1905

Greek and Roman ghost stories BY Lacy Collison-Morley 1912

Seeing Things, article in Pearson's magazine 1909

The Empty House and other Ghost Stories by A Blackwood 1915

Black Spirits and White - a book of Ghost stories by Ralph Cram 1895

The Old English Baron a Gothic story. Also The Castle of Otranto by Horace Walpole (The Castle of Otranto is a 1764 novel by Horace Walpole that is generally regarded as the first gothic novel)

The Mysteries of Udolpho by Ann Ward Radcliffe 1836

In a Glass Darkly by Joseph Le Fanu. Volume 1 1872

In a Glass Darkly by Joseph Le Fanu. Volume 2 1872

In a Glass Darkly by Joseph Le Fanu. Volume 3 1872

Real Ghost Stories, in Pearson's magazine 1899

True Tales of the Weird - a record of personal experiences of the supernatural by S Dickinson 1920

A Relation of Apparitions of Spirits in the County of Monmouth and the Principality of Wales by Edmund Jones 1813

Too Strange not to be True, Volume 1, by Lady Georgiana Fullerton 1864

Too Strange not to be True, Volume 2, by Lady Georgiana Fullerton 1864

Too Strange not to be True, Volume 3, by Lady Georgiana Fullerton 1864

Modern Family Skeletons, article in The Harmsworth monthly pictorial magazine 1899

Posthumous Humanity - a study of phantoms 1887

Thy Soul Shall Bear Witness by Selma Lagerlöf 1922 (has its own wikipedia entry and was made into a movie called The Phantom Carriage)

The Evidence for Communication with the Dead by Anna Hude 1931

A Mysterious Experience, article in The Strand magazine 1896

Not Yet Solved (true ghost story), article in The Argosy 1886

Little Manuel - A True Ghost Story, article in The Overland monthly 1894

The Shape of Fear, and Other Ghostly Tales by Elia Wilkinson Peattie 1898

Ghostly Phenomena by Elliot O'Donnell 1910

Byways of ghost-land by Elliot O'Donnell 1911

The History of Burke and Hare and of the Resurrectionist times by George MacGregor 1884 (Burke and Hare were infamous graverobbers/body snatchers)

Burke and Hare by William Burke 1921

Observations on the Phrenological Development of Burke and Hare & other Atrocious Murderers by Thomas Stone 1829

Where Ghosts Walk - the Haunts of familiar characters in history and literature by Maron Harland 1898

The Banshee by Elliot O'Donnell 1920

Twenty years' Experience as a Ghost Hunter by Elliot O'Donnell 1917


Ghostly Visitors, a Series of Authentic Narrations by "Spectre Stricken" 1882

The Supernatural in Modern English fiction by Dorothy Scarborough 1917

The History of Magic, Volume 1 by Joseph Ennemoser 1854

The History of Magic, Volume 2 by Joseph Ennemoser 1854

Spirit Life, or Do We Die by William Dunseath Eaton 1920 (The Ghost of Philip's Mother, The Ghost of Mrs. Conwell, The Spectre Monk, The Indignant Ghost, A Ghost of Tragic Memory, The Banshee of the O'Neills, Lady Fanshawe Sees a Banshee, The Beresford Ghost, The Famous Wynyard Ghost, The Ghost that Killed Marshal Bliicher etc)

Devils, by JC Wall 1904 (Legends, Exorcisms, etc)

The Watcher and other Weird Stories by JS Le Fanu 1894

Tales of Men and Ghosts by Edith Wharton 1910

Tales of fantasy and Fact By Brander Matthews 1896

Historic Oddities and Strange Events by S Baring-Gould 1891

Freaks of fanaticism and other strange events by S Baring-Gould 1891

The Problems of Psychical Research; experiments and theories in the realm of the Supernormal by H Carrington 1921

Spiritual Manifestations by Charles Beechers 1879

Our Hidden Forces - an experimental study of the Psychic Sciences 1917 by Emile Boirac

Shakespeare's Revelations by Shakespeare's Spirit, Through a Medium by Sarah Shatford 1919

A Strange Story - The Haunted and the Haunters (1857) by Edward Bulwer-Lytton

The Diary of a Resurrectionist by James Bailey 1896

The Two Magics: The Turn of the Screw, Covering End by Henry James 1898

House on the Borderland (1908) by William Hope Hodgson (The book is a milestone that signals a radical departure from the typical gothic supernatural fiction of the late 19th century. Hodgson creates a newer more realistic/scientific cosmic horror that left a marked impression on the people who would become the great writers of the weird tales of the middle of the 20th century, most notably Clark Ashton Smith, and H. P. Lovecraft. ~wikipedia)

THE STORY OF THE MOOR ROAD - A Flaxman Low Story - Pearson's Magazine (1898)

The Story of the Spaniards - A Flaxman Low Story, Pearson's Magazine (1898)

The Story of Baelbrow -A Flaxman Low Story, Pearson's Magazine (April 1898)

The Story of Yand Manor House -A Flaxman Low Story, Pearson's Magazine (1898)

The Story of Konnor Old House -A Flaxman Low Story, Pearson's Magazine (1899) [Flaxman Low is a psychic detective, the Sherlock Holmes of the Supernatural]

John Silence by Algernon Blackwood 1908 (psychic investigator)

THE GHOST FINDER by William Hope Hodgson 1912 (Detective stories in which the great Thomas Carnacki investigates the supernatural using scientific tools such as photography)

The Case of Mr. Lucraft, and other Tales 1876 by Sir Walter Besanet, Volume 1

The Case of Mr. Lucraft, and other Tales 1876 by Sir Walter Besanet, Volume 2

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