A father and son’s train ride is interrupted by a sort of cosmic justice that traps a car full of travelers until they come to terms with their wrongs.
A woman cursed to pursue dark forces encounters a lonely, vengeful spirit and invites it along on her adventures.
A young medium receives a cryptic but timely warning before a great disaster.
A woman seeks to exorcise the annoying ghost of her sister.
The ghost of Rasputin haunts a crumbling apartment building until he is outwitted by a resident.
A skeptical newspaperman is surprised by a spirit manifested at a seance and unable to express his new beliefs.
A young medium channeling a spirit who is not approved by his guardian meats out grim justice on a murderer.
This was a delightfully dark little story.
A homeless Maori man helps the unquiet dead find peace.
I enjoyed how this story deftly weaves together traditional Maori traditions in a gritty modern environment; quite touching.
A janitor at a Paris morgue becomes obsessed with the beautiful corpse of a nameless young woman who drowned in the Seine.
A strange and touching story of obsession.
A housewife has a breakdown in the midst of her chaotic home, paralleling the increasing entropy inherent in a closed system.
By turns hilarious and horrifying, poignant and satirical; the battle against chaos is impossible to win because chaos is the universe’s end state.