Hello dear listeners and welcome back to another episode of The ODDentity Podcast on the PodMoth Media Network, your bi-weekly foray into the weird, wonky, and sometimes downright spooky.
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This week, I present you with a Victorian ghost story. Part 1 of it, at least. It’s a little longer, so the next episode will feature the tale’s conclusion. Some of these stories are so wonderful and yet they don’t nearly get the readers and appreciation that they deserve. The Victorians were keen on ghost stories. We have that in common. So, settle in next to the fire, pull the blankets up to your chin, and try to ignore the shadows lingering at the edge of the firelight. I’m sure they’re all conjured by your imagination.
This story and books within this collection are public domain, free to use and reuse, and are provided by the Library of Congress.
Kipling, R. & Carpenter Kipling Collection. (1898) The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Stories. [Philadelphia: Henry Altemus] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/98000499/.
Library of Congress Control Number: 98000499
Contributor Names: Kipling, Rudyard Carpenter Kipling Collection (Library of Congress)
The books in this collection are in the public domain and are free to use and reuse.
Credit Line: Library of Congress