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For the reader who hasn’t the endurance to look via a number of cabinets of books and magazines for adequate reliable horror tales to provide a year’s worthy of nightmares—don't depression, these untroubled nights are over. gathered listed here are the simplest horror tales to be released in 1979. the following you'll find either conventional and non-traditional horrors, terrors from the supernatural and from the interior brain. a few of these tales are from the main famous authors of the delusion style, others symbolize simply an author’s first or moment released tale . . .

All of those tales do have one element in universal, despite the fact that, and that's their energy to create a resounding temper of worry and unease. In deciding upon those tales I no restrictive definitions, guidance or taboos. My aim was once to collect jointly the simplest . . .

WELCOME TO THEIR NIGHTMARES.

—Karl Edward Wagner, Editor

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