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Haunted objects in women’s weird fiction

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From gloves to saucepans to scissors, supernatural stories from the 1920s to the 1950s use haunted household items to explore women’s changing social roles. Sarah Jackson explores these trinkets of terror in her first essay for Horrified…​

Celebrating Edward Parnell’s Ghostland

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Joe Howsin interviews the author Edward Parnell about his 2019 book, Ghostland, a haunting meditation on the ghost story, weird fiction in British film, television and literature, and a personal reflection on grief and loss…​

Occult Uncle: Dennis Wheatley (Part one)

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Dennis Wheatley’s work is defined by his occult writing, but his books and stories often incorporated the work of the devil alongside Wheatley’s staunch political beliefs. KB Morris explores the writer’s work and life in the first of two essays…

Once The Thrilling Starts

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An interview with Martin Marshall, the writer of a new, in-depth guide to the 1970s anthology series, Thriller…