The Man by Bram Stoker

THE MAN FORE-GLIMPSE ‘I would rather be an angel than God!’ The voice of the speaker sounded clearly through the hawthorn tree. The young man and the young girl who sat together on the low tombstone looked at each other. They had heard the voices of the two children talking, but had not noticed what

The Lair of the White Worm by Bram Stoker

The Lair of the White Worm by Bram Stoker CHAPTER I–ADAM SALTON ARRIVES Adam Salton sauntered into the Empire Club, Sydney, and found awaiting him a letter from his grand-uncle. He had first heard from the old gentleman less than a year before, when Richard Salton had claimed kinship, stating that he had been unable

The Lady of the Shroud by Bram Stoker

This etext was produced from the 1909 Rider and Co. edition by David Price, email ccx074@coventry.ac.uk THE LADY OF THE SHROUD by Bram Stoker FROM “THE JOURNAL OF OCCULTISM” MID-JANUARY, 1907. A strange story comes from the Adriatic. It appears that on the night of the 9th, as the Italia Steamship Company’s vessel “Victorine” was
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Dracula by Bram Stoker

He bowed in a courtly way as he replied, “I am Dracula, and I bid you welcome, Mr. Harker, to my house. Come in, the night air is chill, and you must need to eat and rest.”
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Dracula’s Guest by Bram Stoker

Be careful of my guest — his safety is most precious to me. Should aught happen to him, or if he be missed, spare nothing to find him and ensure his safety. He is English and therefore adventurous. There are often dangers from snow and wolves and night. Lose not a moment if you suspect harm to him. I answer your zeal with my fortune. — Dracula.
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