New England Horror
- Blood Lines: Vampire Stories From New England, edited by Lawrence Schimel and Martin H. Greenberg (1997)
- Includes stories by Esther Friesner, Sarah Smith, H.P. Lovecraft, Manly Wade Wellman, Lawrence Schimel, and Chelsea Quinn Yarbro.
- Green Mountains, Dark Tales, collected by Joseph A. Citro (1997)
- Stories of the supernatural, set in Vermont. One is on a haunted police academy, another on a ghost ship, a third on a creature with a man's body and the face of a pig.
- Nathaniel Hawthorne Tales and Sketches (1982)
- Tales of New England from the essential Yankee storyteller, including “Fanshawe;” “The antique ring;” “An old woman's tale;” “Alice Doane's appeal,” ‘The ghost of Dr. Harris;” “The young provincial;” “The haunted quack;” “The New England village;” and“The bald eagle.”
- Joseph A. Citro Passing Strange: True Tales of New England Hauntings and Horrors (1996)
- A tour of New England's fog-bound coasts, dark hills, and hidden villages, which have been the sites of little-known but well-documented haunted history and folklore, exposes long-forbidden Yankee ghost towns populated by real ghosts, the mysterious Machiasport Madonna, and much more.
- Hans Holzer Yankee ghosts: spine-tingling encounters with the phantoms of New York and New England (1986)
- Records the psychic and supernatural phenomena of the author's ghost hunting adventures in New England.
- Ann Arensberg Incubus (1999)
- In the small town of Dry Falls, rector Henry Lieber is beginning to lose his faith as it becomes evident that all the women living there are being possessed by evil spirits and that rooting them out will only invite another, greater danger.
- Sarah Blake Grange House (2000)
- In an atmospheric tale of suspense and romance set in 1898 in an elegant summer hotel on an island off the coast of Maine, a young girl considers the attentions of two very different men -- an adventurous writer and an ambitious businessman -- while falling under the spell of the hotel's elegant owner, Miss Grange and dealing with tragedy, a ghostly apparition, and other events destined to change her life forever.
- Linda Hall Margaret's Peace (1998)
- After the death of her only daughter and the subsequent breakup of her marriage, Margaret Collingwood returns to her home in Coffins Reach, Maine, and to the seafront house she has inherited. She goes there to rest, to paint, and to find the God she has lost. Instead, she is thrust back twenty-five years and must relive the accidental death of her sister and face her family's long-buried secrets.
- Stephen King Insomnia (1994)
- Ralph Roberts, a widower suffering from insomnia, begins to experience strange visual phenomena and is unable to believe that they are merely hallucinations.
- H. P. Lovecraft At the Mountains of Madness, and Other Novels, selected by August Derleth ; with texts edited by S.T. Joshi ; and an introduction by James Turner (1964)
- Presents a collection of horror stories, combining scientific knowledge with an imaginative perception of the human mind. Includes At the mountains of madness; The case of Charles Dexter Ward ; The shunned house; The dreams in the Witch House ; The statement of Randolph Carter; The dream-quest of unknown Kadath; The silver key ; and Through the gates of the silver key.
- Karen Novak Five Mile House (2000)
- Attempting to make a new start after her release from a mental hospital, Leslie Stone and her family settle in a small New England town where she becomes obsessed with the story of a woman accused of an unsolved nineteenth-century murder.
- Stewart O'Nan The Night Country (2003)
- A tragic car accident that claims the life of three teens while leaving one hospitalized with brain damage and another alive but suffering with guilt yields still more suffering a year after the event when the spirits of the three dead kids come back to torment the lives of the survivors.
- John Saul Nightshade (2000)
- When his senile grandmother comes to stay with him, teenager Matt Moore finds himself caught up in a shameful secret between his mother and his late aunt that haunts both him and his mother, who seeks redemption for her sins.
- Bari Wood The Basement (1995)
- New England aristocrat Myra Ludens is terrified of her basement, the burial site of a seventeenth-century accused witch, and soon horrific things begin to happen to anyone who has offended Myra.
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