Ghost and Supernatural Fiction

Ghost and Supernatural fiction features elements beyond the realm of natural science, such as ghosts, vampires, werewolves, and other mystical or paranormal creatures. The stories often involve characters navigating and battling supernatural forces, as well as exploring the supernatural world itself.
A Christmas CarolCharles Dickens
A Thin Ghost and OthersM. R. James
Better DeadJ. M. Barrie
Can Such Things BeAmbrose Bierce
Cobwebs from an Empty SkullAmbrose Bierce
Day and Night StoriesAlgernon Blackwood
DraculaBram Stoker
Draculas GuestBram Stoker
Four Weird TalesAlgernon Blackwood
Ghost Stories of an AntiquaryM. R. James
Incredible AdventuresAlgernon Blackwood
Jimbo A FantasyAlgernon Blackwood
Lives of the NecromancersWilliam Godwin
My Aunt Margarets MirrorWalter Scott
Present at a Hanging and Other Ghost StoriesAmbrose Bierce
Tales of Men and GhostsEdith Wharton
The Cabmans StorySir Arthur Conan Doyle
The Canterville GhostOscar Wilde
The CentaurAlgernon Blackwood
The DamnedAlgernon Blackwood
The Empty House and Other Ghost StoriesAlgernon Blackwood
The Fiends DelightAmbrose Bierce
The Garden of SurvivalAlgernon Blackwood
The GhostArnold Bennett
The Grey RoomEden Phillpotts
The Haunted Man and the Ghosts BargainCharles Dickens
The Haunting of Low FennelSax Rohmer
The Jolly CornerHenry James
The Lifted VeilGeorge Eliot
The Picture of Dorian GrayOscar Wilde
The RavenEdgar Allan Poe
The WaveAlgernon Blackwood
The WendigoAlgernon Blackwood
The Wind in the Rose-BushMary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman
To Be Read at DuskCharles Dickens