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Ghost Stories, August 1926

by Harry A. Keller

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8 • The Return of Paul Genstare • Gilbert Patten
13 • The Mystery of the Pilotless Plane • Eugene A. Clancy
17 • The Ha'nts of Amelia Island • T. Howard Kelly
22 • The Phantom of the Fifteenth Floor (Part 2 of 6) • Fulton Oursler
26 • Hidden in Hollow Men • Emil Raymond
30 • Told by a Talking Table • W. Adolphe Roberts
33 • The Man Who Killed a Ghost • Edwin A. Goewey
37 • In the Grip of Edgar the Great • Mark Mellen
40 • The Open Door • (1882) • Margaret Oliphant
43 • Out of a Haunted Camera • John Ernest Bechdolt [as Jack Bechdolt ]
46 • The Girl Who Lived With the Dead (Part 2 of 4) • Grant Hubbard
49 • The Voice that Came Through the Night • Walter W. Liggett
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