The haunting of Abercromby Square

The haunting of Abercromby Square

Before I begin this week’s tale of terror, some most welcome writing news! My publisher has chosen the winner of the Name My Book contest, and the lucky recipient of all the honors, including unlimited bragging rights, is JG Faherty with his suggestion, Valley...
The woman in black and the ghost of Paracelsus

The woman in black and the ghost of Paracelsus

Please join me in welcoming back horror author Catherine Cavendish with two true spooky tales. I have set a large part of Waking the Ancients in Vienna, Austria, where many ghosts and restless spirits walk among the verdant parks and lavish palaces. But Austrian...
F is for Fata Morgana

F is for Fata Morgana

A ghost story is only as believable as the teller, and few witnesses ring as true as crusty ol’ hardbitten sea captains. This could be one of the reasons tales of ghost ships have been passed on for hundreds of years. Who could forget the Flying Dutchman? As it...