The Ghost Stories of Charles Dickens

Walking Home Late At Night
In Which We Get To The Point
Emily Brontė 1818 - 1848
Wuthering Heights
Ghosts and Marvels
Ann Radcliffe (1764-1823),
The Mysteries of Udolpho
The Ghost Stories of Charles Dickens
To Be Read At Dusk

A Number Of Eerie Pieces

Charles Dickens 1812-1870

phantoms filled the air. [click for larger image]

the stories themselves

THE Christmas ghost story!

an excerpt from Master Humphrey's Clock.

"Yes! -- a madman's!"
chapter 6 of
The Pickwick Papers

a collection of
horrific vignettes
chapter 15 of
The Uncommercial Traveller

an excerpt from Chapter 6
of Nicholas Nickleby which has
taken on a life of its own
as a separate ghost story.

a goblin story of some bells
that rang an old year out
and a new year in

 or The Hanged Man's Bride.
chapter 4 of
The Lazy Tour of Two Idle Apprentices

turns out to be haunted
by ..............

another Christmas ghost story

Dickens' classic
ghost story

the proto-type short story
for A Christmas Carol

aka To Be Taken
with a Grain of Salt
now this is a creepy one.
compare with Martin's Close
by M.R. James

Ignorance and Want. [click for larger image]

The Marchioness

related Dickens internet links

the webpage on our
Walk Awile website.
with links to e-texts of
many of Dickens' writings,
plus a recording of
Ashley Hutchings
reading from:
A Christmas Tree

excellent website that provides
a valuable overview of his
life and work plus the largest
collection of Dickens quotes
on the web

 evocative drawings from several
of Dickens' novels including
A Christmas Carol and
The Haunted Man

David Perdue's Charles Dickens website

 The Consider The Evidence Website
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