Three Ghosts, by John Keir Cross

John Keir Cross

This story has  had a special meaning to me ever since I first read it on a rainy afternoon in Poitiers, France a few decades ago. It’s still just the thing for a rainy afternoon – or evening – in Poitiers or anywhere else. Sadly, I couldn’t find out much about the author, except that he penned and edited scary stories, and wrote science fiction scripts for BBC Radio, so I’ve used the cover of one of his compilations in lieu of an author’s photo. If you’ve got one kicking around in your steamer trunk somewhere, please let me know.

Three Ghosts, by John Keir Cross {31:13}

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