The Most Horrific Ghost Tales: Ambrose Bierce’s ‘The Stranger’

“The man repeated the names slowly and distinctly, as if to fix them in the memories of his audience, every member of which was now attentively observing him, but with a slackened apprehension regarding his possible companions somewhere in the darkness that seemed to enclose us like a black wall; in the manner of this volunteer historian was no suggestion of an unfriendly purpose.”—Ambrose Bierce (The Stranger)

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We bring another Ambrose Bierce horrifying ghost story, ‘The Stranger’. First published in 1893 for Bierce’s epic ‘Can Such Things Be?’ you may want to keep the campfire blazing on this one.

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  1. “The man repeated the names slowly and distinctly, as if to fix them in the memories of his audience, every member of which was now attentively observing him, but with a slackened apprehension regarding his possible companions somewhere in the darkness that seemed to enclose us like a black wall; in the manner of this volunteer historian was no suggestion of an unfriendly purpose.”—Ambrose Bierce (The Stranger)

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