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Jeffers’s tenant insists that he pays for his wife’s funeral since he claims her death was caused by the ghost of Jeffers’s wife–a conflict that will end in two brutal murders. A chilling horror tale, chosen from The Best American Mystery Stories.
On Christmas Eve, Della and Jim, a young couple living in poverty and happiness, seek to please each other in a holiday present, but their actions interfere with their intentions. A well-known and beloved masterpiece in the short story genre.
At the beginning of the 19th century, the people of Tarrytown, New York are being terrified by The Headless Horseman–perhaps America’s most famous ghost. A Gothic classic that provides a crystal-clear image of the United States right after the Revolutionary War.
Thomas Grey stumbles on the remains of a car accident. He finds pills and photos and decides to write one of the victims. Does this have to do with the tragedy that haunts Grey from his youth? A story by one of America’s most promising young authors.
Ana, a young and confused artist, can’t really tell what’s real and what’s not, especially concerning her relationship with her ex. In an age when the line between virtual and actual reality in blurred, we find it hard as well.