Illustration from The Life of George Barnwell by Edward Litt Laman Blanchard, 1841
Illustration by Arthur Rackham of The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come for the 1915 edition of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol.
Starry Fright created by MissThrifty, inspired by Van Gogh’s Starry Night, Halloween 2012.
Cover for the inaugural issue of pulp magazine Ghost Stories, July, 1926.
1926 illustration by Charles Walter Simpson of the skeleton of Québécois murderess Marie-Josephte Corriveau (“La Corriveau”) terrifying a traveler from its iron cage, from Légendes du Saint-Laurent.
French illusionist Henri Robin in an 1863 promotional image by photographer Eugène Thiébault.
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