Tales of Terror by Robert W. Chambers
They call him the most popular writer in America Cosmopolitan Chambers strove for charm, action and character he was a teller of stories, and to tell a good story well is a high and difficult art. Rupert Hughes, from the foreword to The King is Yellow
Hugh Lamb has spent over forty years delving into weird fiction. Tired of anthologies reprinting the same old stories, he tried his hand at editing his own. His main area of research is Victorian ghost stories and he has published five anthologies of these: Victorian Tales of Terror, Terror by Gaslight, Victorian Nightmares, Tales from a Gaslit Graveyard, and Gaslit Nightmares. A freelance journalist by profession, Hugh Lamb lives in Sutton, Surrey.