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Peter Haining – The Clans Of Darkness

Posted by demonik on August 5, 2007

Peter Haining (ed.) – The Clans Of Darkness: Scottish Tales Of Terror  (Sphere, 1972)

Peter Haining - Clans Of Darkness

Foreword – Angus Wilson
Introduction – Peter Haining

Traditional – Thomas the Rhymer
Robert Kirk – The Secret Commonwealth
George Sinclair – Satan’s Invisible World Discovered
Sir Walter Scott – A Night In The Grave
John Galt – The Black Ferry
James Hogg – The Brownie Of The Black Haggs
Allan Cunningham – The Ghost With The Golden Caskett
J. F. Campbell – The Sea Maiden
John Mackay Wilson – The Doom Of Soulis
Robert Louis Stevenson – The House Of Eld
W. E. Aytoun – The Man In The Bell
Neil Munro – Red Hand
Sir Arthur Conan-Doyle – Through The Veil
John Buchan – The Outgoing Of The Tide
Algernon Blackwood – The Wolves Of God
Neil M. Gunn – The Clock
Hugh MacDairmid – Tam Mackie’s Trial
A. J. Cronin – The Strange Meeting
John Keir Cross – Music When Soft Voices Die
Eric Linklater – Sealskin Trousers
Alex Hamilton – Dead Men Walk

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