Lighthouse Horrors

Lighthouse Horrors Storm swept remote light stations and the isolated souls who man the beacons are the perfect inspirations for tales of suspense and horror Lighthouse Horrors collects of the best from such writers

  • Title: Lighthouse Horrors
  • Author: Charles G. Waugh Martin H. Greenberg Charles Francis Coe George G. Toudouze Ray Bradbury Edgar Allan Poe Robert Bloch Jack Vance
  • ISBN: 9780892723409
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • Storm swept, remote light stations and the isolated souls who man the beacons are the perfect inspirations for tales of suspense and horror Lighthouse Horrors collects 17 of the best from such writers as Rudyard Kipling, Robert Bloch, Jack Vance, and Ray Bradbury This is a book to save for a fogbound or rain dark night Once you ve read these pages, you ll never look atStorm swept, remote light stations and the isolated souls who man the beacons are the perfect inspirations for tales of suspense and horror Lighthouse Horrors collects 17 of the best from such writers as Rudyard Kipling, Robert Bloch, Jack Vance, and Ray Bradbury This is a book to save for a fogbound or rain dark night Once you ve read these pages, you ll never look at a lighthouse in quite the same way againNTENTSThe Disturber of Traffic by Rudyard KiplingThe Lighthouse Keeper s Secret by AnonymousThe End of the Reef by T Jenkins HainsGhost Island Light by John Fleming WilsonMessengers at the Window by Henry van DykeThe Woman at Seven Brothers by Wilbur Daniel SteeleOn the Isle of Blue Men by Robert W SneddonMadhouse Light by Charles Francis CoeThree Skeleton Key by George G ToudouzeThe Fog Horn by Ray BradburyThe Lighthouse by Edgar Allan Poe and Robert BlochWhen the Five Moons Rise by Jack VanceAll the Way Home by Dan J MarloweThe Door Below by Hugh B CaveBy the Hair of the Head by Joe R LansdaleLand s End by Delia ShermanThe Driven Snow by Edward Wellen

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    1. After editing an anthology about lighthouses (Lighthouses: An Anthology of Dark Tales / Black Beacon Books), I was surprised to discover that my idea wasn't as original as I had thought. Lighthouse Horrors starts off slowly and improves as the voyage progresses. I've given the anthology three stars over all, but of the seventeen stories, six stood out for me: On the Isle of the Blue Men, Three Skeleton Key, The Fog Horn, All the Way Home, By the Hair of the Head, and The Driven Snow. If you enjo [...]

    2. An excellent antho with a lot of authors I had never heard of.On the Isle of Blue Men by Robert W. Sneddon; the psychological horrors of The Woman at Seven Brothers by Wilbur Daniel Steele, Three Skeleton Key by George G. Toudouze, and The Disturber of Traffic by Rudyard Kipling; and The Door Below by Hugh B. Cave and The Light-House by Poe and Robert Bloch were among my favorites. There is also Bradbury's The Fog Horn.Two stories were familiar to shorts of my own: By the Hair of the Head and La [...]

    3. I loved the stories I read in this book. See how fast I read it? Only six days! (I'm a slow reader.) Many of the stories I still think about to this day and I've love to see some of them made into movies!

    4. I have not finished this book.So far, most of the stories are underdeveloped and fail to demonstrate a reason to be written.

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