An of all kinds of hauntings and horrors includes one novel, Margaret Millar's The Ivon Gates, two novelettes, C.L. Moore's The Vintage Season and George The Fly, and a number of short stories by divers writers, familiar and less so, older (Cyril hume, M.R. James. Gouverneur Morris) and newer (John Collier, Roald Dahl, Robert Arthur, Philip Macdonald, Evelyn Waugh, Henry Slesar, etc.). With its emphasis on the strange and the unexpected, it is a chilling collection of unidentifiable terrors and unknown worlds, guaranteed to victimize a wide audience.