Scare yourself silly this Halloween with fourteen terrifying ghost stories chosen by the master of the macabre, Roald Dahl
‘Spookiness is the real purpose of the ghost story. It should give you the creeps and disturb your thoughts . . .’
Who better to choose the ultimate in spine-chillers than Roald Dahl, whose own sinister stories have teased and twisted the imagination of millions?
Here are fourteen of his favourite ghost stories, including Sheridan Le Fanu’s The Ghost of a Hand, Edith Wharton’s Afterward, Cynthia Asquith’s The Corner Shop and Mary Treadgold’s The Telephone.
Filled with fright and spine-tingling tension, these delightfully disturbing tales are the perfect companion for all this Halloween.