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Tombs Of The Sea: Oceanic Tales

by Edgar Allan Poe & H P Lovecraft

TOMBS OF THE SEA contains the one novella, three short stories and one fragment which comprise Edgar Allan Poe's "oceanic" tales, conjuring vistas of dark horror and elemental violence. "The Narrative Of Arthur...

Spring-Heeled Jack: The Terror Of London

by Anonymous Anonymous

The "penny blood" came into being through a process which began with higher standards of general education and literacy in England at the beginning of the 19th century, and continued with the invention of fast...

Writings On Hashish And Alcohol: Charles Baudelaire

by Charles Baudelaire

In the 1840s, Charles Baudelaire was a regular member of the infamous Club des Hashischins ("Club of the Hashish-Eaters"), a Parisian literary group dedicated to the exploration of altered states of consciousness,...

The Hashishin Club

by Theophile Gautier

The Club des Hashischins ("Club of the Hashish-Eaters"), was a Parisian literary group dedicated to the exploration of drug-induced altered states of consciousness, principally through the use of hashish, a...

Crypt Of Cosmic Carnage: The Very Best Weird Fiction 1917-1935

by H.P. Lovecraft & Colin Wilson

Crypt Of Cosmic Carnage collects over 50 classic works of weird fiction by the legendary H P Lovecraft, presenting a definitive anthology of his very best and most important writings. The book is arranged in...

Night Of The Nazi Werewolf: 6 Keynote Speeches 1939-41

by Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler's meteoric rise to power in 1930s Germany was due largely to his mesmeric skills as an orator. This special ebook anthology collects six of Hitler's keynote speeches, given at venues including Berlin...

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street

by Anonynous Anonymous

The "penny blood" came into being through a process which began with higher standards of general education and literacy in England at the beginning of the 19th century, and continued with the invention of fast...

Fragments From A Shattered Mind: Working Notes And Journal Extracts

by Friedrich Nietzsche

A collection of previously untranslated texts from the period 1888-89, taken from Friedrich Nietzsche's personal working notes and diaries, as the great philosopher teetered on the precipice of insanity. Comprising...

Classic Ukiyo-e Tattoo

by Utagawa Kunisada & Utagawa Kuniyoshi

Some of the most striking and influential Japanese woodblock prints from the Edo and Meiji periods are those with designs within designs, as artists produced portraits of actors, samurai, outlaws and other marginal...

The Mysterious Stranger: And Other German Vampire Classics

by Candice Black

European vampire literature can be traced back to Germany of the 18th century, and the publication of the poems The Vampire (1748) by Ossenfelder and The Bride Of Corinth (1797) by Goethe. The 19th century saw...

Yokai Wars: Demonic Manga by Kyosai

by Kawanabe Kyosai

Kawanabe Kyosai (1831-1889) was an artist of eclectic styles, but remains perhaps best known for his personal pantheon of demons, Hell creatures and night monsters, which he drew in ever-more elaborate configurations,...

Dialogue Between A Priest And A Dying Man

by Marquis de Sade

Written in 1782, the Marquis de Sade's DIALOGUE?BETWEEN?A?PRIEST?AND?A?DYING?MAN (Dialogue entre un prêtre et un moribond) is a classic anti-clerical blast of radical atheism, expressing the loathing of religion...

Suikoden Heroes: Yoshitoshi's

by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi

The Suikoden was first popularized in Japanese art by Katsushika Hokusai, in a series of illustrated books starting in 1806, and then by Utagawa Kuniyoshi in a set of 74 woodblock prints dating from 1827-1830....

Hijikata: Revolt Of The Body

by Stephen Barber

Tatsumi Hijikata (1928-86) invented the revolutionary performance art 'Ankoku Butoh' - now celebrated worldwide as one of the most innovative and haunting contemporary art forms. Hijikata is the supreme figure...

Dracula: The Final Author's Edit

by Bram Stoker

Bram Stoker's classic best-seller "Dracula" was first published in 1897. But in 1901, Stoker revised and edited the book for a new English paperback edition. Since this was the last work Stoker did on the book,...

Olga, She-Wolf Of The Nazi Joy Division: WW2 Fiction

by Curtis Albrecht

Olga Rimmler's secret assignment for the Third Reich was the creation of the Joy Division, a special brothel peopled by teenage girls and maintained for the sole pleasure of the SS officer korps. The girls were...

The Starry Wisdom: Fiction Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft

by D.M. Mitchell

Contemporary visions of cosmic transformation, mutation and madness - many inspired directly by the life and writings of H.P. Lovecraft, others reflecting his strangely presentient themes in their own bizarre...

Brigitte Lahaie: Adult Movie Files 2

by Gus Parfrey

Brigitte Lahaie (born on 12 October 1955) began her film career at age 15 , and went on to perform in erotic and pornographic films from 1976 uintil 1980, at which point she quit the hardcore business. During...

Graveyard Spectres: Five Stories by Jean Ray

by Jean Ray

The Belgian writer Raymond de Kremer (1887-1963) wrote hundreds of short stories, novellas and novels, in the horror and mystery genre, under the main pen-names Jean Ray and John Flanders. In the 1930s, several...


by Gaston Leroux

Written in 1911 by Gaston Leroux, the author renowned for such mysteries as The Perfume Of The Lady In Black and The Phantom Of The Opera, BALAOO is the extraordinary black fable of a pithecanthrope, or monkey-man,...