Literary review on The Ghost Club by William Meikle

L.F. McCabe - Author


When the ghost club was sent to me, I didn’t know what to expect let alone one simple factor… I didn’t know anything about William Meikle, and his large and monstrous contribution to horror and weird fiction, which yet once again I must be punished for.


After being sent the synopsis, I actually got quite excited when I saw imitation stories from Kipling, Stoker, Verne, Stevenson, and more. The anthology even had one of my favorite short story writers, H.G. Welles, let alone the occult scholar, Helena Blavatsky – the latter I had been a student on her writings for at least 20 plus years as my father in -Law was a member of her Theosophical Society and a high-ranking member in the mid-60s and onwards.

Today I’ll be taking a look at how William Meikle cunningly and charismatically channeled legend heavy weight giants…

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