The Many Morbid Tales of Spookinite Valley
Numerous Ghoulish Stories Await the Living, Here in This Dark Place
Θ “What I Did Not Dare”
Guests are always welcome in Mr. Mansfield’s Inn.
Θ “The Melting Candle”
A traveler who normally passes an abandoned house with a lit candle in the window finally succumbs to his curiosity.
Θ “My Very Own Fiends”
The dead are far more enjoyable company than the living.
Θ “Spider of the Foothills”
Through a forbidden passage in the wilderness, a man traveling on horseback is stalked by a monstrous arachnid.
Θ “The Ghoul of Maple Hill”
An investigator discovers that there is something more to the desecration of graves at a local cemetery than anyone could have ever imagined.
Θ “My Heartless Heart”
The dark wraith of Spookinite Valley describes his own philosophy in a poetic expression.
Θ “The Fear of Deceit”
Fear and the imagination are both impressively powerful. Sometimes, this can lead to unexpected nightmares.
Θ “Ghastly and Veiled”
What at first seems to be another meager haunted house story soon becomes something far more disturbing.
There is something odd about a gargoyle resting on the porch of a home belonging to a strange elderly couple.
Θ “The Pendulum Clock”
Augustus Charles moves into a chamber that he will rent in an old dwelling. However, he is haunted at night by a mysterious sound.
Θ “A Tale of Doleful Joy ”
Death is an inevitable reality of life, as Winter is to Summer and Autumn is to Spring.
Lore of this Realm:
Θ “Prophecy of the Hunter's Moon”
Something brooding can be discerned within the Hunter's Moon.
Θ “The Summoning”
Summon the grisly creatures of Spookinite Valley.
Θ “Disturbing Rituals”
Only for those seeking the gravest of thrills.
Θ “Lingering Ghosts”
An essay on ghosts and death.
Θ “The Shadow of Poetry”
Haunting poems of a grim nature.
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