The Tractate Middoth is a short ghost story by British author M. R. James. It was published in 1911 in More Ghost Stories, James's second collection of ghost stories. This version of the story was adapted by Mark Gatiss and broadcast by BBC2 as part of the long-running A Ghost Story for Christmas series (2013).
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Charles Dickens’ unlike a lot of his Victorian cotemporaries did not believe in ghosts. Despite this, ghosts did fascinate him and he wrote about them. * His short ghost stories like all of his novels reflected a strong social message. Dickens grew up in London during a time of great poverty and disarray. His stories reflect the London he kn
. Amelia Edwards. As some of you may know, Amelia Edwards was the first female Egyptologist and a first-rate travel writer who lived at the end of the nineteenth century. But before becoming an amazing Egyptologist,, Edwards was first a musician. And then a painter. And then a novelist. And while she was a novelist, Edwards wrote a whole slew of short ghost stories and mysteries, the most famous of which is “The Phantom Coach”.
This is from this website..>>>http://www.ghostsandstories.com/ghosts-blog.html I love ghost stories..I like the true and the fake ones..hence this blog site..I also recently bought a book on ghost stories which you can buy at Barnes and Noble(on Sale)>>>"Real Ghost Stories" "True Tales Of Terrifying Spirits And Haunted Places" by author Brad Steiger (It's very readable and I am enjoying it(and it has pictures and photographs in it as well!)