Hingston & Olsen Publishing Announces Ghost Box III Featuring Stories By Poppy Z. Brite, Dennis Etchison, Richard Matheson And David J. Schow

There’s no use trying to run from Ghost Box III, the terrifying conclusion to Hingston & Olsen’s series of limited-edition horror box sets edited and introduced by Patton Oswalt.

Ghost Box III once again contains a range of scary stories, from classics to modern frights:

– Gertrude Atherton, “The Foghorn”
– Charles Beaumont, “The Vanishing American”
– Poppy Z. Brite, “Bayou de la Mere”
– Dennis Etchison, “It Only Comes Out at Night”
– Fritz Leiber, “A Defense of Werewolves”
– Livia Llewellyn, “It Feels Better Biting Down”
– Richard Matheson, “The Distributor”
– Saki, “Sredni Vashtar”
– David J. Schow, “Last Call for the Sons of Shock”
– Terence Taylor, “WET PAIN”
– James Tiptree, Jr., “The Psychologist Who Wouldn’t Do Awful Things to Rats”

“There are relics to remind you of the oblique, subterranean terrors we used to wink at for fleshy thrills,” writes Oswalt in his introduction. “There are also immediate bulletins from our fracturing reality that make the old ghosts start in fear from the monster masks we’ve allowed to meld to our skin these past few years.”

Just like the first two instalments (both of which are now sold out), Ghost Box III is available in a one-time print run. The deluxe clamshell box includes an iridescent, colour-shifting ink foil, a ribbon bookmark, and a magnetized lid.

To celebrate the end of this spooky trilogy, we’re also proud to announce 100 copies of an extra limited-edition version of Ghost Box III. These copies feature a special rainbow holographic foil on the box, and are signed and hand-numbered by Oswalt.

Ghost Box III is available exclusively at www.hingstonandolsen.com, while supplies last.

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