aka Nobody

  • I live in a world of nightmares
  • My occupation is messing people up
  • I am male (may or may not be human)
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zalgo is my guardian angel



  1. The Squaw (originally published by Bram Stoker)
  2. The Three Sisters (originally published by W.W. Jacobs)
  3. The Voice in the Night (originally published by William Hope Hodgson)
  4. The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow (originally published by Washington Irving)
  5. The Black Lady of Brin Tor (originally published by Guy Boothby)
  6. Strange Christmas Game (originally published by Charlotte Riddell)
  7. Man Size in Marble (originally published by Edith Nesbit)
  8. Judge’s House (originally published by Bram Stoker)
  9. A School Story (originally published by M.R. James)
  10. Well (originally published by W.W. Jacobs)
  11. Derelict (originally published by William Hope Hodgson)
  12. Across the Moors (originally published by William F. Harvey)
  13. The Upper Berth (originally published by F. Marion Crawford)
  14. The Dead Man of Varley Grange (originally published by anonymous author)
  15. The Mummy (originally published by Arthur Conan Doyle)
  16. Marble Hands (originally published by Bernard Capes)
  17. The Mystery of the Semi-Detached (originally published by Edith Nesbit)
  18. Touch and Go (originally published by H. C. McNeile)
  19. Silver Hatchet (originally published by Arthur Conan Doyle)
  20. Black Coat (originally published by Joseph Sheridan LeFanu)
  21. Shadow of a Shade (originally published by Tom Hood)
  22. The Beast with Five Fingers (originally published by W. F. Harvey)
  23. The Corpse (originally published by Charles Baudelaire)
  24. Count Magnus (originally published by M.R. James)
  25. The Dead Smile (originally published by F. Marion Crawford)
  26. The Horla (originally published by Guy de Maupassant)
  27. The Birth-Mark (originally published by Nathaniel Hawthorne)
  28. Canon Alberic’s Scrap-Book (originally published by M.R. James)
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