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by Daniel Polansky

Baltimore isn't safe. Not even for the predatory meat that stalks its nights. Searching for victims who won't be missed, meat doesn't feel regret or pain--only thirst. But the meat remembers something more......


by Bram Stoker

The novel tells the story of Dracula's attempt to move from Transylvania to England so that he may find new blood and spread the undead curse, and of the battle between Dracula and a small group of men and women...

Dimension6: annual collection 2016

by Emillie Colyer, Simon Petrie & Keith Stevenson

Dimension6 magazine takes you on a journey beyond the borders of the real. Our third annual collection features stories from some of the best Australian and overseas writers working in the field today.


Purging Purgatory: A Ghost Story

by Roger Mendoza

Do ghosts exist? To eight-year-old Tommy, they do. He can talk with ghosts. That’s one of his super-powers. Not only that, he can look at anyone, living or dead and see if there is any darkness around them....

Each Man Kills

by Victoria Glad

Eve’s lips parted, showing the even white teeth—those slightly pointed teeth. “You’re quite sane, my dear,” She said calmly. “You are now one of us; a revenant, even as I, and to live you must feed...

Spider Mansion

by Fritz Leiber

“So the last fly has obligingly walked into the spider’s parlor,” he murmured, with a laugh.

The Death of Ilalotha

by Clark Ashton Smith

It was quite impossible for him to believe that Ilalotha had died from a fatal passion: since, in his experience, passion was never fatal.

The Diamond Lens

by Fitz-James O’Brien

How I longed to discover the secret of some perfect lens, whose magnifying power should be limited only by the resolvability of the object, and which at the same time should be free from spherical and chromatic...

The Disc Recorder

by August Derleth

What caught Harcourt’s eye almost immediately was a disc recorder standing near the desk, together with stacks of discs, some manifestly used, others clearly not yet touched, ready for anyone who might care...

The Doors of Death

by Arthur B. Waltermire

A strange and curious story is this, about a banker whose only fear was that he might be buried alive, like his grandfather before him.

The Invaders

by Benjamin Ferris

Big Joe Merklos was the first of them. He appeared at the Wide Bend National Bank one day, cash in hand. The charm of him, his flashing smile, the easy strength in his big body, were persuasive recommendations....

The Lost Gods

by Dorothy Quick

From the backwaters of the Universe came two Beings—radiant, terrible—to challenge the love of a mortal man and woman!

The Monkey Spoons

by Mary Elizabeth Counselman

“The price,” he said heavily, “is five hundred for the set, if you insist on buying it… But I must tell you this, although I am sure you young people will laugh at me—or perhaps be even more intrigued...

The Terror Of The Water-Tank

by William Hope Hodgson

Crowning the heights on the outskirts of a certain town on the east coast is a large, iron water-tank from which an isolated row of small villas obtains its supply. The top of this tank has been cemented, and...

The Salem Horror

by Henry Kuttner

When Carson first noticed the sounds in his cellar, he ascribed them to the rats. Later he began to hear the tales which were whispered by the superstitious Polish mill workers in Derby Street regarding the...

The White Feather Hex

by Don Peterson

For a few seconds, however, the tall stranger seemed to lose all of his cockiness, and a somber look crept over his jovial features. “Have you ever heard of the hex of the white feather?”

Werewolf of the Sahara

by G.G. Pendarves

“This Ilbrahaim, though—he swears our camp’s being haunted. He thinks a weredog, or werewolf, has attached itself to us. Says he woke and saw it prowling about last night.”

Where Are You Mr. Biggs?

by Nelson S. Bond

I didn’t have to ask whom he meant. “Scrawny neck” would mean only one inmate of our void-perambulating asylum. Lancelot Biggs. Genius and crackpot, scarecrow and sage—and soon to become son-in-law of...


by Seabury Quinn

Was it a trick of tired nerves, the retention of the light-image upon my retina in the dark?

The Supernaturals

by David L. Golemon

Named One of Riffle's Ten Best Haunted House Books of All Time

Built at the turn of the twentieth century by one of the richest and most powerful men in the world tucked away in the pristine Pocono Mountains,...