"The Gong Ringers" by the mysterious author, Hasan Vokine, first appeared in Weird Tales Magazine in January 1926. The story tells of a band of travellers, who unwittingly stumble upon a trap set by the most unlikely of suspects.
"Vale of the Corbies" by American author Arthur J. Burks, first appeared in Weird Tales Magazine in November 1925. The story tells of a man and his terrible nightmares, involving an unkindness of ravens.
"The Horror of the Heights" tells a tale through the blood-stained pages of a notebook found on the edge of a farm, which tells of a strange flight into the jungles of the upper air.
"Genius Loci" is a short story by American writer, Clark Ashton Smith, which first appeared in the June 1933 edition of Weird Tales Magazine. The tale tells of a painter’s strange account of a meadow he felt compelled to draw.
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"The Hunt" is a short story by British writer Jennifer Gill and tells of a young lady’s first hunt of the season, across the sprawling Elderwood Estate, in North Yorkshire.