One of the greatest Victorian-era ghost story writers is Charlotte Riddell. She was born in Ireland in 1832. Her stories are extraordinarily spooky and she’s a prolific writer of tales of the supernatural, especially about haunted houses.
She also wrote under the masculine pen names of F.G. Trafford and R.V.M. Sparling. She published such classic short stories like “The Open Door” and “Nut Bush Farm”. You can find her books of stories online through Goodreads and through sites like Amazon for purchase.
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I really like reading some novel from this era.
I did not know her. The Victorian age was really good for Literature. There were so many authors and many great novels were published.
Fools dismiss what it not known. But the more dangerous ones are those that deny the existence of more.
we live in a world, but do we truly know what is here.
I haven’t read her worlds, I will have to check them out!
Mmm, sounds like good,