There is a big difference between being frightened and actually choosing to be frightened. The pleasures of fear have been described as 'being frightened in a safe place." So here are stories to suit all tastes. Turn to The Red Room and find H.G. Wells at his tense, fear-ridden best; then there are the terriblehappenings in the School of the Unspeakable, while The House of the Nightmare is probably the most horrifying tale of all.
In a lighter mood are three delightful eerie tales from Scotland: about a brave Prince Godfrey and the strange, evil land he discovers; the funny doings of Harroby Hall's unwelcomed visitor; and the talk about The Inexperienced Ghost.
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